Thursday, 28 March 2013

Projects I am working on currently MARCH 2013

Hi there,

I haven't disappeared off the face of the earth, nope, I have been busy working on lots of projects! I cannot complain though as it's been lots of fun (and hard work!), but I must admit it is so refreshing to have a variety of different projects to get my teeth into.

A few examples:
I was recently asked by one of the UK's top freight forwarding companies to help them with a few of their websites and naturally I said Yes! Naming no names (as per their own request) this company boasts over 400 websites and I look forward to working with them again in the near future and to hopefully building a long term relationship with them, too.

The creator of the fansite Onesie got in touch with me and requested that I become a contributor to the site, dedicated to everything OnePiece. Of course I accepted as hey, who doesn't love the Onesie? Anyway, I swiftly got on with writing a blog about OnePiece's funky new Spring/Summer 2013 collection and here it is if you want to take a look:

Words written by me (pictures not mine!):

I am hoping to be a regular blogger to this site so watch out for more posts written by me, Hannah Chesterfield of Purple Bubble Writing!!
An ongoing project:

Every week London's top Speed Dating hosts, Dateinadash, receive two blog posts written by me on anything and everything to do with London Speed Dating. As well as creating lots of new pages of search engine tuned content for their site, the blog posts are really helping with the site's ranking on the search engines and I couldn't be happier! (And they all seemed chuffed to bits too, so win, win I'd say!)


More details to follow...........

Thursday, 7 March 2013

Is your website or online store delivering what you think it should?

Is your website or online store delivering what you think it should?

Build your online presence - one bite at a time.

Perhaps you aren't getting enough traffic and customers or don't seem to be appearing in search engines like Google?

We all know that there's a wealth of potential online, but there's so many elements to running a successful online store or website that it can become positively daunting...

Once upon a time, in a simpler pre-Facebook world, it was easy to generate business online; just post a basic webpage and count the hits! These days though, competition is fierce. Even many small businesses have dedicated online management and first-class web campaigns.

An online presence can be an excellent method of building your business but can also pose many challenges, especially where time and resources are limited. Today, an effective web presence could include:

·         Creating and maintaining a website

·         Ensuring mobile device compatibility
·         Ensuring your website ranks well with search engines
·         Maintaining partner relationships
·         Managing pay-per-click and other advertising campaigns
·         Managing multiple sales channels - eBay, Google shopping etc
·         Keeping in touch with customers through email and other methods
·         Maintaining a social media presence

At Purple Bubble Writing I can help with every aspect of building and maintaining an effective and viable web presence through words! No can do on the design front (but I have a sister who is a web designer in Devon!) but I can help you with all of your copywriting needs wherever you are in the UK!

I can work with just about any budget, generate new or revised search engine tuned content, blog posts, social media copy, helping you to maintain your online presence.

I'd love to discuss how I can help your business - please contact me any time and discover how Purple Bubble Writing can transform your online offering, today!

Have a lovely evening,

Hannah xXx

Friday, 18 January 2013

Search Engine Optimisation

Having a great website is only one part of the story; to be successful people also need to be able to find it!There are many ways to promote your website but one of the major sources of traffic is internet search engines such as Google and Bing.

It could be expected that search engines would provide the majority of traffic to a new website – perhaps 80% or 85% - so it’s critical to give your website the best chance of being found.

Search Engine Optimisation, or SEO, is the process of enhancing your website’s performance in search engines.

At Purple Bubble Writing I recommend that SEO forms a major component of your website's promotional budget.

Pay-per-click and other advertising campaigns can provide an immediate response but the benefits are offset against the transitory nature of this spend; there is no lasting benefit to your business beyond the leads which it may have generated.
Applying sound search engine optimisation practices to your website enhances your website quality and develops it as an asset for your business - a sustained return on investment.

So why wait?

With various factors impacting the cost and effectiveness of an SEO campaign please speak me, Hannah Chesterfield, about your requirements if you have any questions.