How much do you charge for website support?
How long does it take to build a website?
I have an existing website built by a third party agency, can you help manage this for me?
Are you able to help provide graphic design / stock photography and imagery?
How do you build a website and what systems do you work with?
What type of website pages would I normally need?
- Business Overview (About)
- What you do or plan to offer (Services)
- How to contact (Contact)
- Latest News (Blog)
Will my website be secure?
If my website is hacked what should I do?
What type of payments do you except?
I have an existing website that needs a refresh but I don't want to redesign or go down a custom development route. What are my options?
I already pay for hosting and manage my domain separately, can you still help me build a new website?
Will I have access to make changes to my website once it's built?
Can you host a website that I have built?
Are there any hidden costs involved?
Once you have built my new website will I own it?
Do you outsource any of your services or is everything done in-house?
I am interested in a service you offer, whats next?
Will my website share information socially to the likes of Facebook / Twitter?
I have video content that needs to be hosted, how I do this?
Can you register a domain for me?
How will my website help my business?
What kind of digital contents do you provide?
We can write anything from the initial content for your website, and then keep your website current with news articles and/or blog posts. We can also write your social media posts for you and write the content for your email campaigns.
Can you write my entire website and do all my social media for me?
What kind of off-line copy do you provide?
I’ve written stuff for my website / brochure / blog post – can you see if it’s any good?
Sure. We can do a general proofread (also known as a first edit) of your text if that’s sufficient for you. We can also provide comments, critique, order and layout changes and tone of voice analysis (also known as a second edit) if you’d like the full service.
How did you get all these PR media contacts?
We also use a media database, which holds contact information of everyone who is anyone in the world of media. So, in case we’re not quite so familiar with a certain media category, we will still know who are the best people to contact.
What do you mean by a PR Campaign?
A PR Campaign can encompass as much or as little as you like, but should always be based on something newsworthy in your company. For example, we can organise a campaign around a new product, a new service, the launch of your brand, a new direction for your company, etc.
A standard PR Campaign generally consists of us producing a series of press releases, blog posts/ website news articles and social media posts. We will then make our media contacts and influencers aware of these, so they can use this info in their own articles and reviews (journalists) or share these (influencers).
A more elaborate PR Campaign could involve the above plus a product or brand launch event, advertisements, advertorials, off and online competitions and brand collaborations.
How can you help with running an event?
If you’ve already got a (trade) event in mind where you’d like to exhibit, we can make sure that all your written brand materials are ship shape. We can also arrange for journalists and influencers to visit your stand, where we will host them and talk them through your brand messages, so they can write about it to their audiences.
If you want to throw an event around your brand or a new product or service, we can organise this from start to finish. From event space booking, to invites, to getting the right media and influencers there and most importantly: to gain media attention, leave it all to us!
How do you find the right influencers for my brand?
First off we listen very carefully to you, about what your brand means to you and what type of audiences you want to attract.
We already have some good influencer relationships in place, and one of these influencers might fit your brand very well. If not, it’s a matter of finding them. This might take us some time, as it takes a lot of research and pattern spotting before we identify the right person. We then approach them with a killer pitch about your brand.