In a world where all costs have to be scrutinised, you need to know you are going to get value. As the Village Websmith for Brentwood and surrounding areas, our philosophy is to offer a combination of DIY input and professional support to wring every last drop of value out of your promotional pound. If you are based in Essex and thinking about your advertising strategy, you may like to consider:
- Average Circulation of local news titles in Essex is 21,007
- The county has 37 local newspapers
- To advertise with a quarter page in all of them would cost something like ?9250 per week
- Total circulation of all 37 titles is 789,264
- Regular Internet users in Essex estimated at 786,501 (Population of 1,310,835 x national average of 60%)
- Total estimated Internet users in Essex is 1,074,885 (Population of 1,310,835 x local average of 82%)
- Webinthebox costs are peanuts compared to even the most limited local newspaper advertising
As your village websmith, I am taking over this area from the 1st November 2010 and will be managing a customer base that represents a varied mix of trades, professions and businesses.
Businesses as varied as independant financial advisors, complemtary therapists, estate and lettings agents, restaurants, pubs, care homes, taxis and limosine companies, hair dressers and salons, even funeral directors have used our services as a part of their marketing strategy.
Whether you are a one man band or a large international company your business can be promoted more effectively to local markets by using Webinthebox? from the Village Websmith.
Being a local business ourselves we understand the importance of working with clients within your area in order to gain the most profitable possible work from your web enquiries. I would welcome the opportunity of a meeting to explore the ways in which Webinthebox? may work for you. To start the conversation, simply click in the header of any page to email us, or call free on 0800 970 9135.
The Village Websmith in Brentwood trusts nobody but Power Visual for moving images, promotional videos and web streaming of live events. Peter Walters has a wealth of experience in making all sorts of businesses look good in video and is a Master Member of the Institute of Videography.
For perfect still images to illustrate your point on the web, Robert Banham from RSC Photography is the person we turn to. Robert, quite apart from being a great photographer of events, products and action, has a broad business experience too, so is the perfect choice when matching images to your message.
. For more information, please call us on the number shown, or click in the header of any page to email email@example.com.Photo from Featured Project near Brentwood, South Essex
Welcome to Winning Wednesday
Wednesday is derived from the Norse god, Odin who was their supreme god and god of victory. Winning is what today is about, winning new business, winning the right price for every job we do and winning ore referrals from happy customers.
Today in 1820, the whaling ship Essex sank 2000 nautical miles of South America after being attacked by a sperm whale. Not a very positive thing you may think. However, Herman Melville was so inspired by this that he wrote Moby Dick, one of the best known books of all time.
Now, I am not saying that you have to have a disaster of any kind, just that inspiration can come from unexpected sources. All times of change are times of opportunity and conversation starters don't have to be about business.
How about taking a look at an item of world news today, using it to start a conversation and then turning that round to business. Think about how the connections and mental synapses may work. See the conversation unfold in your mind. Rehearse it from statement to statement so that the connection between opening and business is clear in your mind. Conversation is wonderful, ending it with some new business opportunity is even more so.
The 'left field' message, starting off with a seemingly unrelated topic can work just as well for your web presence. For ideas, just call us on 0203 239 0350 or click in the header of any page to send an email.