“Over the past two years, Big Star have helped us deliver a large number of projects for the likes of Qatar Airways and Hertz. Based on the timely and professional manner Derryck and his team have operated in those past two years, I would gladly recommend them to any current or future client of ours.”Andrew Tonks, RBBi
“Big Star have been writing high quality content on behalf of our clients since 2012. We can rely on them to tackle virtually any subject from complex technology through to entertainment and create engaging, effective pieces in line with our clients’ brand values”Neil Goddard, Tug Search
“I have worked with Big Star for almost two years now and can’t recommend them highly enough. They have provided descriptive content for our websites and implemented different tones of voice for our different brands. They have managed high volumes of work and always delivered to deadlines. The team is a pleasure to work with.”Thomas Lynch, Hotels4U
“Big Star supported the re-launch of one of our travel brands with site content. A large volume of content was delivered on time and adhered to our brand guidelines. Strong project management skills were demonstrated. I would recommend Big Star as a supplier for similar projects.”James Barnett, Thomas Cook
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Five steps to stellar content
We ask all the right questions to get to the heart of your business, and offer straightforward online-marketing advice too.
If anything doesn’t match the brief, we’ll change it.
We provide a sample so you can confirm we’ve got the right tone, structure and style.
Our in-house editors check everything before you see it, giving you an extra guarantee of quality.
Our writers are carefully selected for their experience, reliability and sector expertise, and we match the right one to every job.
Working with an established insurance company has it’s own unique challenges and opportunities. Providing dynamic content marketing to Park Insurance not only meant understanding the difference between gap insurance and no claims protection (plus an array of other insurance products) it also meant understanding the company as a whole and its objectives. For example, Park … Read More
With 80% of restaurants shutting down within five years of opening it’s not hard to see why businesses in the food industry need to be incredibly creative to stay afloat. Even the big hitters can no longer survive on reputation alone. For a modern day restaurant to keep thriving, continual digital marketing is a necessity. … Read More
As an e-commerce product manager, you are faced with many different pressures from multiple angles on a daily basis. You’re required to have a near encyclopaedic knowledge of your product range. You also need to seek out and aid the development of new products. You’ll probably need to analyse use cases and customer requirements, … Read More
When most of us are looking for a particular product we’ll most likely end up with one of a few “favourite” options. If we know what we want, Google gives us a few clues and we go with a balance of what we think is the best product, at the best price, from the most … Read More
Every company with a mature attitude to marketing wants to receive positive editorial in media publications. You can’t buy that kind of publicity. Although it won’t guarantee you headlines in your target publications, writing and distributing high-quality press releases should be part of your overall strategy if you want to make a start in PR. … Read More
If you take a look at the product descriptions of any successful e-commerce brand – from the Amazons and Asos’ of the world, to smaller yet flourishing websites, they share many things in common. This is no coincidence – it’s the result of making decisions to do more of what works and less of what … Read More