Looking For Something Else? My Recommendations
Let’s not beat around the bush. I might be a great copywriter, but I’m not a Jack of all Trades. Sometimes, your business will need more than just compelling words to meet all of your objectives.
If you need a website design, help with development work, or something I can’t provide to take you to the next level, I’m more than happy to recommend one of the following businesses to put you on the right track.
I’ve worked alongside every one of the service providers mentioned here, and I’m happy to point you towards them in your time of need. Just remember – if you ask them to recommend a copywriter, they’re going to send you straight back here!
Print and Website Design
Pine: a full service creative agency – I was lucky enough to work with Pine co-founder Chris Seed in my last in-house role, and we’ve worked on a number of projects since. Chris also designed the 603 website, and I’m happy to recommend his services to anyone looking for something that’ll stand out from the crowd.
Shape: Ecommerce website design experts – Out here on the edge of civilisation (the hotly-contested Salford/Wigan border) there aren’t many creative agencies. But there is one that’s well worth recommending, and that’s Shape. If you’re looking for an Ecommerce website, give them a shout. And tell them that nobody spells it ‘eCommerce’ any more.
James Nock: web development and management – James is often found giving sage, sensible advice on various forums, but he’s also a reliable developer if you need a little help on a project. He’s also available to work in-house if you need assistance, so keep his details to hand.
Make Do: WordPress development – Another former colleague of mine, David Green, is one of the better developers I’ve worked with. He’s now one of the developers that make up Make Do, specialist WordPress developers. If you want a website you can control, where you can add pages at the push of a button, and where you can blog, Make Do has you covered.
Additional Online Marketing Services
MCR Marketing: online marketing – Bryan Pilkington at MCR Marketing knows his onions when it comes to marketing a business. And because he knows the value of great copy, we’ve worked together on a few projects in the past. If you want to increase your online visibility, drop him a line.
Neil Simpson: social media coach – I’m fairly indifferent to social media as a business tool, subscribing to Bob Hoffman’s views. Or I was, until I was lucky enough to have a chat with Neil. If your business needs to make use of social, I highly recommend dropping Neil a line. Tell him Andrew Nattan sent you!
Barry Adams – SEO Expert – Awful SEO companies are a dime a dozen. It’s no wonder that so many of my clients come to me skeptical about SEO or with tales of woe about poor quality service providers. Barry is an SEO expert that you can trust. Even if you don’t hire him, make sure you read his blog and follow him on Twitter.
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