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Facebook for Business - Part 1 of 4 Building a Page

Posted onTuesday, 15 October 2013

Tagged withfacebookSocial Media

With social media continuing to dominate the online world, using an effective social media site such as Facebook to engage with your customers and potential customers is a step in the right direction for your business. Having decided to create a Facebook page for your business, part one is all about how to go about building your page from scratch.

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Your Conveyancer

Posted onThursday, 01 August 2013

Tagged withPortfolioDrupalClient Website

Your Conveyancer is Scotland's largest provider of conveyancing services to the financial services and property sectors.

The website was a re-design and a re-development of their existing site. The re-design featured a complete overhaul of all the visual elements plus the re-development on their existing Track Your Case functionality.

The project also involved the development to prove the business model of conveyancing online. The development required complex calculations to provide the end user with a conveyancing quote.

View site: www.yourconveyancer.co.uk

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Make Your Move Kirkcaldy

Make Your Move Kirkcaldy

Posted onWednesday, 31 July 2013

Tagged withPortfolioDrupalClient Website

Make your move Kirkcaldy is a project aiming to encourage more cycling and walking in Kirkcaldy. The project is a partnership between Fife Council Transportation Services and Sustrans, with funding from the Scottish Government. The website describes what they are doing in Kirkcaldy as part of this project, and gives visitors lots of information to help them make a move, including advice for people who would like to give cycling a try.

The website was a brand new creation including design and development. The site was constructed using the open-source Drupal CMS system to meet their functional requirements.

View site: www.makeyourmovekirkcaldy.co.uk

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Local Business Marketing

How To Get Customers: Local Business Marketing

Posted onFriday, 12 July 2013

Tagged withSyndicateMarketing

Are you good at what you do, but frustrated because only a small number of people know who you are?

Look. You can have the best product or service on the market, but if nobody knows about it – you’re screwed! After all, no customers = no business.

I see so many talented entrepreneurs struggling because they lack the one critical skill that’s the MOST important aspect of any business: marketing.

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