Category Archives: Wordpress Sites

Another new client for Hello Henley

I’m very excited to let you all in on a little secret! We’re currently working with Debbie Page of Yellow Shed Pottery to help rebrand her Social Media Platforms and build a WordPress Site. I’ll be sure to let you know when it is all finished.

In the meantime, check out her beautiful work:

We’ve been busy bees. Indeed.

Hey there Hello Henley fans.

We’re so sorry. We have been slightly neglectful of late *slaps back of own hand*.

Thing is, we’ve been super busy.

Our lovely client Reids decided to have a complete overhaul of their website, so we have spent the last 10 days working tirelessly on it – making it look super sexy and turning it into more of a blogging platform – from where Reids themselves (as well as Hello Henley) can keep all their lovely customers up to date with news, offers and general ‘behind the scenes fun stuff’.

Take a look at it here: http://www.reidsofhenley.co.uk – we’d love to hear your feedback.

We have also been having lots of meetings around town and talking to businesses who are interested in Hello Henley managing their Social Media for them. Feel free to book a free consultation with us if you’d like to know more.

And then, of course, we are gearing up for the Creative Duck Talk on Monday 12th June 2017 at The Hotel du Vin in Henley on Thames. Here, Aspen Weatherburn, will be giving a talk on Social Media aimed at those starting small businesses and wanting to know how to reach their audience. She will also be sharing some tips and tricks that Social Publishing Agencies use to increase reach and engagement on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. We also hope to go ‘Live’ on Facebook for the event – so tune in to the Hello Henley page at about 8pm on the night.

Squeak.

With wags and a woof.

We are super proud to announce that we will be looking after this year’s Henley’s Top Dog Competition in conjunction with The Henley Standard. This competition woofed its way onto Henley’s canine scene back in 2010.

This barkingly brilliant event sees Henley’s dog owners going to paw-to-paw to win the coveted title of Henley’s Top Dog.

Every year this competition launches a new theme – and invites guest judges on to the panel for the all important judging process. In the past we have seen Olympic themed entries (judged by Olympic Rower Debbie Flood) as well as blooming wonderful entries in conjunction with Henley in Bloom. We’ve met rescue hounds, pampered pooches, characterful cairns, performing pups and much much more. We even had local artist Clive Hemsley donate five amazing portraits to our winning dogs in 2015.

2017 will see a partnership with the Sue Ryder Care Hospice and their fantastic dog -friendly Forget Me Not walk on Saturday 16th September 2017.

Henley’s Top Dog is given a huge amount of support by The Henley Standard and Editor Simon Bradshaw. It also has an amazing partnership with Erik D’Arcy Donnelly who works as a vet at The Henley Veterinary Practice, and steps up every year as a judge. Guest Judges have included – Town Mayor Jenny Wood, Olympic Rower Debbie Flood, Radio DJ Mike Read, Henley in Bloom Chairwoman Kellie Hinton, Artist Clive Hemsley and MBE Alex Gregory.

Hello Henley has been working on building Henley’s Top Dog a wordpress site and we will be publishing on Facebook & Twitter throughout the Summer as the entries roll in! We are very excited to be working alongside The Henley Standard to help promote this wonderful event – which is now in it’s eighth year!

Visit the website http://www.henleytopdog.wordpress.com or follow all the goings on via Facebook and Twitter.

WordPress Sites

I have recently been asked to help my friend, ok, my boyfriend, get ‘noticed’. Don’t get me wrong, he’s got my attention. But he needs more. From the right business contacts. Alistair is in the process of writing his final case study to become a Master of Wine, and in-between all the academia he also writes articles for wine magazines like Decanter; judges wine; hosts wine tastings; and a whole lot more! He needed a site which did much more than his Facebook page did. And this seems to be doing the trick!

http://www.alistaircooper.co.uk

Do you like the idea of having your own site? Please visit my Contact Page and get in touch for a quote.