Website Design for Big Data Storage Specialist, Netscion.

Choosing photography is my favourite part of my job, I don’t always get to choose, but this time I did! I loved picking images that are quite abstract, it’s actually quite hard to do! Dealing with the abstract is always tricky as it often feels easier to resort to being very literal, which can be… well boring! Hopefully the images here will help to portray the function of data storage, and help illustrate the purpose of the company in a creative and attractive way.

New! Marketing Service for The New Forest.

I would like to offer a basic marketing service designed specifically for small business owners in The New Forest area, where we meet once a month, devise a plan, I action this plan, which (for example) could be in the form of:

  • Branded social media content.

  • Hash tagging your images on Instagram effectively.

  • Producing blog posts optimised for SEO.

  • Sending out marketing emails to your mailing list, & help you grow a mailing list! 

  • A quick rundown on your websites analytics at the end of each month to update you on your websites (& my) performance.  

New Website created for Hair and Make-up Artist...

This week I completed a website for another local creative, Hair and Make-up Artist, Joe Hopker.

Joe, being obviously very talented has worked on some amazing films. It was a blast from the past pulling together all the photography from the films Joe has worked on. Bringing me back to my days on the Sunday Express, captioning film stills! It was great to be working with Joe, hoping this website serves her well as a source for future employers.

Making Hay in January

Using your Blog to improve your SEO

Three of my clients took me up on my offer of a free Website Health-check this January, and after looking at their analytics in detail one thing was clear, and I would like to share this with you… Blogging drives visitors to your site, every time!

As all three of these clients were already experimenting with blogging, it was clear to see that if you want to drive traffic to your website organically - that is without paying for advertising, writing a blog regularly will help.

Blogs can be easily optimised for SEO (search engine optimisation) by customising the URL for each blog, sounds complicated but its easily done.

Spark Pages

Adobe has some great apps for creating social media, one is Spark Page, where you can create a beautiful web story of your own. See my Spark Page on 'Photographing & Quilting in Greece'