A glossy magazine or an e-zine, a brochure or a company newsletter – online or offline, they can increase profile, brand and ROI, and we work tirelessly to ensure all three add value to the core product. Editorial, advertising and marketing are all areas where we can add further value.
‘I have just finished reading all the editorial content you have created for the brochure and I have to say it’s absolutely fantastic – I knew when I asked for you it would be good but you have truly exceeded my expectations and for that please accept my sincere thanks.’
Emma Gibbon, Sales and Marketing Coordinator, Suzuki GB PLC
Web content, design and build
We create great websites and then drive traffic to them. We take a holistic view that simply creating a great site isn’t enough, we need to work on everything from SEO to marketing to ensure the site doesn’t simply sit there, lost in space.
It sounds obvious, but we use designers to design the site and builders to build it – too often you get great design that can’t translate to code or a very clever build that is not user-friendly. We never forget the core competencies, offering speed, ease of use, security and practicality to go with the eye-catching, engaging content.
‘The Message Medium came on board and totally redesigned, rewrote and rebuilt our website. They listened to what we actually wanted, were helpful and proactive, and delivered on time and on budget. We’re very happy with the results and we enjoyed working with them. We highly recommend the services of Graham and his team.’
Tim Rosser, MD, Turning Circle Solutions
Feature and copywriting
Thousands of features, millions of words – we love them all! Award-winning writing, on subjects as diverse as motorcycle accessories, foraging for food or what it’s like on a superyacht. Clients have included everyone from Top Gear to the Financial Times and Hello!
‘Graham is one of the most professional writers it has been my privilege to work with. His stuff is a joy to read, consistently well researched and, most importantly, absolutely on the brief.’
Alan Harper, Editor, Lunchtime Publishing
A declining demand, but a demand will always be there for a printed product, and we can take it through from creation to print buying and then passing on press – all skills which are harder to find. Would you know what to say to a press operator when he tells you his blankets are dirty?