Creative Content

Think outside the box

Creative content is a great way to keep your
audience involved in what you do.

We have the ability to create buzzing content for a variety
of mediums such as blogs, video channels,
podcasts, and social media channels.

What’s part of creative content?

Content involves many steps including research, planning and development. We believe great content can be imitated but never replaced, thus we do our best to create unique content for your needs. Depending on your goals, we will develop a content planner with a strategy on how we will distribute the content for the best results.

Psst… this service is solely for companies looking to thrive in the social media game.

How long does it take?

Timelines are key when it comes to content. A piece of content can be planned in a day, but it can take much more time to develop and distribute. We strive to accommodate your schedule and the goals of your company.

Content that brings attention

At Talks, we truly believe the content we produce is top-end, we don’t do boring, naff or poorly produced. If you request something, we’ll deliver on every front and that’s our promise.

For companies looking to expand on blog content, video content, or simply social media content that interacts with your audience through funny jokes or serious data, we’ll deliver the content for your campaign objectives.

Want to work with us?

Get in touch. We don’t bite…

Email

hello@talks.co.uk

Phone

0333 210 0717

You’re still here? Here is more reasons to choose us.

If you’re unsure about the process and how we can help, we have compiled some common questions from our clients before they start working with us. From website development questions to how we help after we’ve finished the project.

Can you simply fix/redesign my website, instead of making a new one?

We try to avoid touching third party sites. However, if we feel secure using your site from the backend, we can implement or add changes to suit your needs. Many people ask for additions to their websites; these include eCommerce features, contact forms, image galleries, blogs, and others.

Do you help with SEO (Search Engine Optimisation)? 

Yes, we love SEO, and we make sure that SEO is at the core of each site we create from the get-go. Whilst it is a shifting element that constantly requires other needs, we optimise sites to act in a way that helps boost your rank on Google, Bing and other search engines. We also help with link acquisition and blog building afterwards if you are interested in further growth.

Which platforms do you work with?

We work with various content management systems to build sites, including WordPress and Joomla. For eCommerce sites, we work with WooCommerce and Shopify. We also work with Moodle and PhpBB if you have other needs, such as running a forum or an educational website.

Do you create content for the website?

Depending on the options you choose as part of the package, we can create unique content for your website to grow faster. These options include blog posts, videos, photos, podcasts. Although all content add-ons are extra and require a different timeline to the website, we usually commence work after the site is launched and ready for content.

How long does a website take to make?

Website creation is a long process because it includes a complex plan, revisions, design, development, content creation, security, and other essential elements that hold the site together. However, the shortest time a website can take is a week. This is for websites that are one page and include reasonable content. Within that week, we would devote a total of two days for planning and drafting—two days for designing and development and then a day for revisions.

However, most sites take much longer, including multiple pages and more complex structures that require more planning. Thus, it takes longer to plan and create these sites, as we have to allow for scalability later on in the process and SEO management. For example, if you’re a shop selling a hundred products, but you’re going to add a thousand more next year, we need to know, so we don’t limit the website on the design functions and can also implement a more in-depth menu and search system.

How much does a website cost?

We know there are vastly varying sizes of companies in Cambridge and that not all fit the same budget. Usually, a website starts from £1000 and goes up depending on the website’s functions. So if you’re a school, or a business looking for a site that integrates various features like Moodle or a login dashboard for your customers, we’ll quote you a special price for your needs. All the pricing will be broken down, so there will be no hidden or unexplained fees.

What happens if my website breaks or becomes unresponsive?

If your website goes down, we will do our best to fix it. All our packages include recommended hosting, which provides for daily backups. We can perform a backup or even offer you an hourly backup package that helps restart your site quicker. If your site is down to server issues, we will enquire with the host of your website about the issue and will attempt to get your site running as quickly as possible.

Are your sites scalable?

We ensure that all sites we develop can be scaled to fit more extensive needs, such as bigger audiences, larger databases of products, and vast new pages to suit your needs. From global eCommerce sites to flashy fashion blogs, we work with a variety of industries. Thus, if you’re a local Cambridge bakery or a university, we’ll have the solution for your mission.

Can you guarantee Google rankings for my website?

As Google is a third party, we cannot guarantee specific spots on Google. However, we follow the best practices to make sure your website ranks well amongst your competitors. SEO is a long-term investment and requires consistent management, planning, and action to make it work for your company. We will be very clear on how we will plan to build content, acquire links and improve your website technically to ensure it’s compliant with Google, Bing, Yahoo and other search engines.

Will my website work on a phone and tablet?

With most of our sites taking 60% of their traffic through mobile devices, we truly understand the importance of running well-optimised and compatible websites that work on your phone and tablet device. Therefore, we make sure to cover different web screen sizes, including for iPhones, Samsung devices, and other Apple and Android devices. Our team will also implement tracking for your analytics and include any specific elements you may want on your website when it’s on mobile mode.