Branching Out BusinessesCertificate of Excellence 2019
Canterbury, Kent, Kent(2 Reviews)
Branching Out Businesses offers an A-Z plan, helping you to launch your idea from concept to reality. By splitting the services into four distinct sections, we can help you no matter how far along the journey you are. The four stages are as follows:
1) Starting Out Advice - e.g. mastering companies house, HMRC, business accountancy and more.
2) Design & Branding - e.g. Working out your visual representation, including logo designing, business tone, intended customer and relevant content.
3) Website Design & Build - e.g. Making an online platform for your business, including contact forms, blogs and landing pages.
4)Content & Marketing - Getting your business out there. From leaflet designing to blog writing to social media management, to Google Adwords and the power of your content - make sure you use your money wisely and grab the attention of the right customer for your business.
My name is Louise, and I am the owner of Branching Out Businesses. My approach to work is pretty simple, I only ever offer services that I can do - I work with transparency and I value the same in return. I am currently a professional content writer and developer, so if you are looking for organic, SEO driven content that is relevant and accessible, look no further.
If you would like to know more than what is on my Bark profile, then please take a look at my website: https://www.branchingoutbusinesses.com/
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What makes a great website?
A website needs to be easily accessible and simple to use. From a design point of view, you should never be afraid of white space. That's not to say that colour isn't good, it just needs to be used in the right way. My websites are content focused - meaning I help to make sure your services/products are what gets noticed first.
What questions might you ask a client when starting a new project?
What is unique about your service/product?
How do you want your business to be known?
What do you think is important and needs to stand out?
Do you already have a vision/design style in mind?
What do you love most about your job?
My talent has always been that I can write about anything. Just give me to research it, and then watch as I write about it like I've known about it my whole life. This job allows me to come into contact I probably would never normally meet, and also never normally research or get to write about. Now, I get to throughly research and write about a plethora of different things every day, constantly coming into contact with new information ready to be learnt
What inspired you to start your own business?
I have always wanted to be my own boss - cliche but true. After a stint working with marketing and media firms, I knew I could go freelancing, but that wasn't enough. Then after helping a friend set up their business, I realised there was no consistency or fluidity in starting up a business. It seemed to me you had to go to several different institutions for each thing. That's when I decided that I could eliminate the stress for people and allow them to get most of what they need in one place.
Why should our clients choose you?
I became disenchanted with marketing firms when I realised they would tell people lies. My whole ethos is that I work as transparently as possible - if I can't do something I won't take the job on. And if I do take it on, then I work until it succeeds and is what the customer asked for.
Content Writing & Website Development
Recently worked with two sisters to create the branding, content and building of their Yoga business. I worked with them to develop the tone and aesthetics of their website and included SEO loaded content to help them find potential customers in their area. After 3 days online, they had two people find them via their website - and have now begun classes.
Content Writing & Website Designing & Brochure
I have currently worked on a website specifically for loft conversions. After a brief with the client, I made sure to research their business and went on to write about the trades involved when converting a loft. Alongside the benefits of what a loft conversion can do for your property. I then condensed the website into a Brochure using Indesign, so that he could print it professionally and give it to customers.
Content for Designer
I have recently written a piece about how a Designer would like to start giving to charity.
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