Showing posts with label adelaide writing. Show all posts
Showing posts with label adelaide writing. Show all posts

Tuesday, 24 June 2014

Adelaide Online Blog Writing Service

A central part of an effective social media or content marketing campaign is the way you engage with potential new customers and build relationships with your existing ones.

Online blogs are a cost-effective means of communication


An online blog is a cost-effective and efficient way of doing this. It allows you to share a wide variety of information quickly and easily, and in a way that is easy to share across your social media platforms and on your website.

You can use your online blog to get a whole range of information out to the community:

  • new products or lines
  • sales and special offers
  • new members of staff
  • a change of premises
  • developments in your industry

However, for many small and medium enterprises, finding the time to devote to a blog can be difficult. With all of the other challenges involved, it can be tempting to neglect something that you might not consider a 'core' part of the business. A blog can too quickly become something that's easy to put off until 'later'—whenever that may be.

It may also be that writing is something that doesn't come easily to you. Undoubtedly you know your business inside out, but sometimes finding the right words can be difficult. Settling down in front of a keyboard to write 400 words can fill some business people with fear and trepidation.

Cadogan and Hall provide Adelaide copywriting services
Visit our website to learn more about our Adelaide online blog writing service

We can take care of your online blog writing for you


At +Cadogan and Hall we can take care of this for you. Our professional Adelaide blog writing services ensures that your blog is updated regularly with industry-related information and news about you and your business in a style that is engaging and informative.

You can also have as much or as little input into your blog as suits you and your schedule—you can advise us on the subjects that you would like us to cover for you, or we can take care of the whole process for you, from choosing a topic, to writing blog posts, to posting on social media, to bookmarking your blog across the internet.

We currently write blogs for a number of Adelaide businesses, and we encourage you to visit these to see for yourself the high quality copywriting services that we provide:


Contact Cadogan and Hall to find out more


To find out more about our full range of Adelaide copywriting services, please visit our website or feel free to email us with your queries.

Copywriting by +MarkAngus

Tuesday, 4 March 2014

Welcome to Solar Fix Network, Adelaide

Copywriting by +MarkAngus

We're delighted to be working with Adelaide company Solar Fix Network, specialists in inspecting, maintaining and cleaning solar panels. We're working with them to help inform the community about the importance of keeping your solar panels in good working order, and having them regularly inspected, as required by SA legislation. 

Cadogan and Hall are writing website and online content, and managing social media for Solar Fix Network, including Google+ and Facebook posts, tweets, and we are also maintaining their blog for them.

Working with local companies is one the best parts of the work we do, and we enjoy promoting Adelaide businesses and trades and showcasing them to the world!

We hope you find this information brochure informative and useful and we welcome your comments and input.

Copywriting, online and website content, press releases and blogs for Adelaide businesses
Please click here to read or download the information brochure 

Tuesday, 14 May 2013

Cadogan and Hall Now Working With ONiA in Adelaide

At Cadogan and Hall, we are delighted to be working with ONiA, South Australia's largest orthodontic network.

We are working with ONiA to produce a series of articles focussing on orthodontics in general, and their practice in particular.  Our first piece for them is below.

If you would like to find out more about what Cadogan and Hall is doing for ONiA and other leading Adelaide businesses, we invite you to visit www.cadoganandhall.com

Orthodontics is a very specialised field dealing specifically with problems associated with the alignment of the teeth and jaw
To read this article in a downloadable PDF format, please click

Saturday, 11 February 2012

What we will be seeing during the 2012 Adelaide Festival and Fringe

It is always the same with major festivals - how is it possible to fit in everything you want to see along with still trying to do at least some work, keep up with research and still find the time to do all the other things that go along with modern life?

Therefore, after much deliberation, juggling of calendars, shifting of appointments and generally clearing the decks, the Cadogan and Hall Festival and Fringe programme of events is as follows:

Judith Lucy: Nothing Fancy - Thebarton Theatre, Friday 24 February @ 8.45pm
Charles Barrington:  Inside the Actors Studio Apartment - Tuxedo Cat, Tuesday 28 February @ 8.30pm
5-Step Guide to Being German - The Austral, Wednesday 29 February @ 8.15pm
All My Friends are Leaving Adelaide - Pembroke School, Friday 2 March @ 7.30pm
Wee Andy - Holden Street Theatre, Saturday 3 March @ 9.00pm
Legacy of the Tiger Mother - Adelaide Town Hall, Sunday 4 March @ 7.30pm
Bob Franklin:  An Audience with Sir Robert - Rhino Room, Wednesday 7 March @ 7.15pm
The Right Dishonourable Dickie Daventry - The Austral, Saturday 10 March @ 5.45pm
Your Days are Numbered: The Maths of Death - Science Exchange, Saturday 10 March @ 8.00pm
The Ham Funeral - Odeon Theatre Norwood, Sunday 11 March @ 3.00pm
Sarah Furtner:  The Good German - Gluttony, Sunday 11 March @ 6.00pm
The Caretaker - Her Majesty's Theatre, Tuesday 13 March @ 6.30pm
Bob Downe:  20 Golden Greats - Arts Theatre, Wednesday 14 March @ 7.00pm
Iolanthe - Opera Studio, Friday 16 March @ 8.00pm

Thoughts on this list appreciated - have we made some terrible mistakes?  Any sure-fire winners amongst this crowd?  Where have we wasted our money or where are we amongst the avant-garde?

Reviews will follow in due course...