Your Words

Here’s what other people have kindly said about my work:

“Looks perfect… Going down a storm with the valuations I’ve been out to so far – took 3 on over the weekend! The checklist idea seems to work especially well and we’ve had a fair few hits on the blog article as well” – Carey Gilliland, Partner, Madison Oakley (estate agents)

“Oooooh! Now I know why you’re “RobTheWriter”! Thank you soooo much, it’s chatty and friendly and just what is needed! I am so delighted that you haven’t used the cliche “Wow factor” which is on just about every balloon decorating website! Can’t wait to see what you come up with for the Smile homepage! Hugs and big thank yous.” – Sarah Bartley, smileinabox.com

“You are the headline king!” – CG, Copywriter

“Many thanks for all your hard work” and “…personally I really like it” – Matt Lucas (about the Little Britain audio tin)

“Brilliant email” – Sam Newman, Sales Director, AudioGO

“Terrific synopses by the way. I could never come up with anything that brilliant! Well done!” – Andrew Pixley, Journalist/Writer

“And I really love all the synopses. You capture the spirit of these wonderful shows so brilliantly – all the zany, strange, surreal quality. Quite superb!” – Andrew Pixley, Journalist/Writer

“You’ve done a terrific job!” – Andrew Pixley, Journalist/Writer

“Much better! Thank you Rob!” – Mo Hooker, Online Sales Manager, AudioGO (after improving some web sales copy for an Archers landing page)

“Wicked. Cheers!” – Mo Hooker, Online Sales Manager, AudioGO (regarding some copy for an online promotion)

“I like it!” – Mo Hooker, Online Sales Manager, AudioGO (after tweaking some online text)

“Thank you – am going to send to the Guardian, as that’s great!” – Caroline Beggan, Business Development Manager, AudioGO (having shown how effective my Twitter campaign was)

“It’s fab, I love it!” – Emily Milroy, Sales and Marketing, AudioGO (after submitting a radio script, which was then followed by “they (and a few others that overheard) absolutely loved your script! Thanks very much for resurrecting my very dull starting point!”

“Brill – thanks!” – Caroline Beggan, Business Development Manager, AudioGO (about a succession of tweets)

“Thanks for this Rob, I used all your suggestions!” – Emily Milroy, Sales and Marketing, AudioGO (after adding some thoughts to a press release)

“Rediscovered Railway Mysteries has sold well due to a Twitter campaign by Rob…” – Mo Hooker, Online Sales Manager, AudioGO

“This is brilliant marketing – love it!” – Caroline Beggan, Business Development Manager, AudioGO (Regarding a Twitter campaign to publicise a new audiobook)

“Brilliant idea! Let’s do it” – Caroline Beggan, Business Development Manager, AudioGO (After suggesting a new approach on Twitter to canvas opinion)

“Just thought you’d be interested in this amazing piece of digital marketing Rose and Rob are doing…” – Caroline Beggan, Business Development Manager, AudioGO (Taken from the start of an email to the Chief Executive of AudioGO)

“Brilliant!!” – Caroline Beggan, Business Development Manager, AudioGO

“Ooh! Cool!” – Caroline Beggan, Business Development Manager, AudioGO (after hearing about who was following us on Twitter)

“Sounds great to me, much more polished!” – Caroline Beggan, Business Development Manager, AudioGO (after I’d tweaked her copy on a web landing page)

“Ooh I like your first one… think I will use that” – Emily Milroy, Sales and Marketing, AudioGO (after I’d supplied a list of taglines)

“That’s exactly what I wanted you to do!” – Emily Milroy, Sales and Marketing, AudioGO (after tweaking her initial copy in a children’s brochure)

“Thanks Rob, that’s perfect. Thanks for adding in all those details, much clearer now!” – Emily Milroy, Sales and Marketing, AudioGO (after rewriting a direct sales letter to schools)

“Well done… [the] king of words!” – Jemma Young, Production Manager, AudioGO (after rewriting some audio text)

“This is perfect!” – Sales and Marketing Manager, AudioGO

“…the best tagline in living history…” – Sales and Marketing Manager, AudioGO

“Inspired!!  Thanks Rob for keeping up with this” – Sales and Marketing Manager, AudioGO (in regards to some promotional tweets)

“That is an amazing number of hits, Rob” – Sales and Marketing Manager, AudioGO (in regards to converting tweets to hits on the AudioGO website)

“Rob well done this is a fantastic result…” – Sales and Marketing Manager, AudioGO (relating to the number of products bought after a series of tweets)

“You’re a marvel!” – Sales and Marketing Manager, AudioGO (in relation to the number of click-throughs to an iTunes app)

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