It has been a busy period of late for both brands. RuckinRugby always comes alive around now as the season ends in both the Middle East and the UK around April/May. The Pig Farmer has had a few jobs come up that have been smouldering on the back burner for some time and a thought provoking emergency for an old friend …
In the last month or so we have seen new websites go in to ‘build’ for The Bali Legends and the UAE Rugby Federation and the UAE Rugby League guys. We have also seen Tiverton RFC, Jebel Ali Dragons RFC, Jeddah RFC and Ashford RFC all agree to be upgraded to the new WordPress platform – which is very exciting. Tiverton’s website looks really good, as does the Dragons’ – and we are putting some experimental commerce plug-ins into Jeddah’s new website, which is an exciting challenge for all concerned.
Meanwhile, we are working with Khelo Rugby and the Jungle Crows Foundation to look at ways of providing their stash while 1) Removing any cash burden on them and 2) Maybe even making them a little bit of profit too … watch this space.
The Pig Farmer
The first quarter of 2013 has been really busy here for us and it’s great to be doing so much for existing clients. We are in the early stages of creating a new layout and website for Freeman Project, one of our oldest and best loved customers. We are also in the middle of a revamp for James Pryce Tractors Ltd, again – another long time client of ours. But Bespoke Installations are particularly special as their website is the very first website I ever produced for a client. We have taken their new branding (courtesy of Sam at Brighter Creative) and built them a completely new website using a WordPress platform and it looks great.
We are currently running a very successful SEO campaign for The Ash Stud and in the planning stages of another for The Car Concierge. Both of which are quite focused and labour intensive but really yielding great results, I will try to write up a report once we are done.
Lots bubbling away for Q2 – see you all soon!