Monthly Archives: November 2010

Blinded by Science

R biomedical is a Scottish biomedical company specialising in research, development and commericalisation of regenerative medicine. The company focuses on procedures, protocols and reagents for somatic cell therapeutics with an emphasis in providing new cellular technology as a resource for genetic reprogramming. Phew!  … Continue reading

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New gastro-pub for Musselburgh

Musselburgh has a new place to eat.  Mrs Forman’s Bar & Kitchen is under new ownership and has undergone a complete transformation.  As part of the process, John contacted 45b, as a local Musselburgh web designer, to create a website … Continue reading

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Converting new business leads into a laboured clothing metaphor

After a quiet(ish) week, suddenly the “Leads” column on my whiteboard is packed with potential new website clients.  Moving these into the “Pending” column is obviously where sales techniques come into play.  Not being a natural salesman, I tend to … Continue reading

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SEO on a budget

Just noticed a post on a freelancer job board from someone demanding to be “number one on Google” for their specific search term, but, and here’s the funny bit, they “will pay £100 and not a penny more!“. Any SEO … Continue reading

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Moving and Handling courses

Just built and launched a small brochure site for Safe People Handling who offer moving and handling courses for care professionals in Edinburgh. The job also involved a logo design, which meant I had a decent excuse to use my shiny new … Continue reading

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