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SAMTEQ

SAMTEQ home page

SAMTEQ home page

SAMTEQ is a web and touch-screen company based in Dunoon, Scotland. It has built web-based products for hundreds of businesses and organisations across the UK and Europe. We work closely with SAMTEQ. As well as providing copywriting and SEO services for websites, we’ve also created interpretive content for a number of interactive touch-screen kiosks. Here are just a few of the websites we’ve worked on with SAMTEQ:

We also wrote the content for SAMTEQ’s website. Ken Coley, SAMTEQ Director, said: ‘We always thought we could write the copy for our website, but when Eve set about re-writing the site the value of a professional copywriter and well written words soon became apparent. Even Google likes the site so much more, and that makes a real difference to the success of our business. Working with Eve was a pleasure as she immersed herself in understanding our business to ensure great results.’

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Kilfinan Community Forest

viewpoint-panel-smallWe love our local community forest. Eve served as a Director for three years, leading on marketing and communications. During this period, she secured funding to develop a path project in the forest, and, as part of this, worked with staff to develop a series of interpretation panels. The panels introduce visitors to the wildlife and heritage within the forest, including a Victorian reservoir.

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