Introducing the new website

Introducing the new website





Introducing the new website


Aled Herbert
Content director

Aled oversees all editorial as our content director. He loves a good story – which is no surprise, as he started out in children’s publishing.

Let’s be clear, Collective Content’s primary business isn’t web design. Nor is it even provision of content on itself. But that shouldn’t mean we don’t have a decent website.

This week we have launched the all-new

We wanted to do three things.

  1. Keep it simple (stupid).
  2. Make reading our blog easy.
  3. Make contacting us a cinch.

We hope we’ve at least taken steps in those directions.

We started the year with a basic WordPress Twenty Ten theme cobbled together with a few DIY nips and tucks – a glorified blog to get our thoughts out to the world.

Now we’re confident that – while still using WordPress as our content management system (CMS) – the site looks more elegant, is easier to use and properly makes use of the Collective Content logo design.

We’ve kept things really simple with our blog and signing up to our newsletter or contacting us is as simple as possible.

The site breaks down our main services into content marketing, consulting and bespoke blogging services. We do more than that but those are our focus, spelled out for the first time.

And that big image on the homepage? We like it because it’s a stunning photo but at times we will use that space for promotions – or simply collapse it altogether.

We would love you to leave us feedback on any aspects of all this below or through social channels where we have a presence. They feature at the bottom of every page now. We’re on Facebook, Twitter and Google+.

Our tagline here is ‘We tell your stories’. But this time the story has been about us. Thanks for your interest.

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