Whilst winter was having a leaving party at the beginning of March, A Way With Words was celebrating a very busy February full of blogs, websites and networking.
Home to our favourite pair of cowboy boots (ok, ok, two pairs of cowboy boots), Texas-based cart abandonment software provider, CartStack were after a blog on how A/B testing could be used to improve email address conversion rates. Having already worked with two bloggers who couldn’t quite get their heads around the requirements, the stakes were high when we promised to deliver clear and understandable copy on this complex topic.
Luckily, we produced a royal flush with our finished blog post, with Colton commenting that:
“Niki was able to take an article concept that two other writers had failed to grasp & produce a beautifully finished piece in no time. Very happy to have found A Way With Words.”
The feeling is mutual Colton!
From Milton Keynes, to Texas to Dubai — This month we were also involved in proofreading the new website for a Dubai-based recruitment consultancy. Unfortunately for our flip flops, they didn’t require a face-to-face service but nonetheless, we were able to quickly turn around some English proofreading and website tweaks, in time for their launch date.
City Of Dreams
Back in Milton Keynes, we were working with ongoing Client Expandly, writing blogs on the latest ecommerce news and writing features on the top ecommerce marketplace providers.
We also attended Enterprise Nation’s Go and Grow Online talk, as well as Entrepreneurial Spark’s Social Matters talk and networking event, featuring, Kathy Ennis and FNSCreative.
Get Your Motor Running
We were lucky to help Newport Pagnell Carnival announced the first of their 2018 main arena entertainment acts but we’re even more excited adding the final touches to the blog announcing act #2. Watch this space.
Listen…Do You Want To Know A Secret
Pulling out all of the stops, we also produced a blog piece for a rather large international client this month…but more on that next month.
A Way With Words was busy itself writing blogs on the latest Facebook changes, social media management tools, bullet points and, most importantly, chocolates.