Tuesday, 4 June 2013

Let your satisfied customers help you to promote your business

Satisfied customers, or customer success stories, are always a helpful and insightful way to promote your business and to share with others how your products are being used, or the response to your services.  If you’re an Adelaide company who would like to share with the wider community what your customers think of you and your products, we will happily work with you to create pieces that highlight just how highly your customers think of you!  Visit us at www.cadoganandhall.com to find out more.

Lewis Construction Equipment have customers all over Australia, often working in demanding and isolated environments.  For this reason, their products and services need to be first-rate, and their customer care second to none.  They have recently been working with two SA contractors in the mining industry, supplying them with machines for use in the Cooper Basin.  Read more here, or visit www.lewco-equip.com.au.

Lewis Construction Equipment, based in Adelaide, has recently supplied two South Australian companies working in the mining industry in the region with wheel loaders from the LiuGong CLG856 series.
To find out more about how success stories can be used to promote your business, please click here

Thursday, 30 May 2013

Improve the experience of visitors to your website

If you want to improve the experience of visitors to your website, a good way of doing so is to provide them with information beyond your products and services.  This helps to establish you as an authority in your field, but also increases the size of your website, adding extra pages for search engines to find.  We have been helping a number of Adelaide businesses to help their customers while adding pages to their sites - to find out more, visit www.cadoganandhall.com

For a recent example of the work we have produced for Adelaide chiropractor Amber Laris, please click below.
Online writing for Adelaide businesses
For other examples of Cadogan and Hall's work for Adelaide businesses, visit www.cadoganandhall.com 

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

Thursday, 2 May 2013

Cadogan and Hall and Media Gain create a new website for Adelaide osteopath and chiropractor Amber Laris

Cadogan and Hall have been working with Adelaide web designers Media Gain to create a great new website for Adelaide CBD osteopath and chiropractor Amber Laris.  The site looks great, it's easy to navigate, and is designed to enhance the experience for users.

This site is a good example of the way in which your website serves not only to promote your business, but also to inform the wider community about your trade or industry in more general terms (see the articles on the left of the home page).  If you are looking for articles or content to enhance the overall effectiveness of your site, please visit us at www.cadoganadhall.com.  If you need a new website, or a website redesign or overall, visit www.mediagain.com.au to find out more about high quality and affordable website design for Adelaide businesses.

Chiropractic and osteopathic clinic Adelaide CBD
Amber Laris Adelaide Osteopath and Chiropractor
www.amberlaris.com.au

Thursday, 25 April 2013

Monday, 25 February 2013

2013 Adelaide Fringe Review - Charles Barrington in One Character or Less

2013 Adelaide Fringe Review - Charles Barrington in One Character or Less
The Tuxedo Cat until 2 March

I can't help thinking that Adelaide punters are constantly missing a trick with Charles Barrington.  I have seen his last couple of shows here and the audiences have been - I am sure Mr Barrington won't mind me saying this - poor.  Not in terms of quality, of course (indeed, when I have been there the shows have been enthusiastically received), but certainly in terms of quantity.  I may be under a misapprehension here, and on nights when I haven't been in the house has been full, but it seems that Adelaide theatre-goers are depriving themselves of the real treat that is Anthony Rogers' delightful comic creation.

Part esoteric musings, part pseudo-Hollywood gossip, part lecture on bees, the actor-producer-writer-director Charles Barrington (he started as a child actor when he was very young...) has a unique way with a punchline; he will often not only lead you to it, but will sometimes wait for you to get there before him.  The show has a distinct, easy-paced, almost shambolic rhythm to it and there is undoubtedly more than a whiff of substance or alcohol abuse in Mr Barrington's past that goes some way to accounting for this.  The performance has spontaneity and charm and, as one would expect from an international star of Mr Barrington's stature, he has an easy - and yet arm's length - rapport with the audience.

I think Charles Barrington is one of the most unique comic personas to have appeared in Australia in the last few years, and one that has the potential to really grow.  The jokes are funny, the character has depth, and there is a rich vein of comic material to be mined in parodying the pomposity of the self-absorbed performer.  If a less frantic, more reflective style of comedy is what you are yearning for, I would urge you to pay Mr Barrington a visit, as I think an undiscovered gem is being hidden in full view, while Adelaide just doesn't seem to be looking.