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Geoff Moore
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Freelance Web Developer + SEO Expert for Hire in Worcestershire
Freelance Web Developer + SEO Expert for Hire in Worcestershire

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A great info-graphic outlining the core steps and relative importance of each stage of a web design and development project from inception to completion.
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I have always been passionate about British handmade, superior quality products, products that hanker back to yesteryear of skilled craftsmanship attention to detail and products that manufactured with a lifetime of durability in mind. Sadly very few companies of this ilk remain within the British manufacturing scene with a couple of exceptions, one being that I have worked with for nearly 5 years.

I have been privileged to work along side Tim Hardy (www.timhardy.com) the originator of the iconic and world famous Quick Release Belt (http://bit.ly/LUtPZo) who realised that there was a need to marry traditional best of breed english craftsmanship with the modern method of selling online.

With this in mind the Worcestershire Leather Company Website was born (www.worcestershireleathercompany.com) and has proven to be a very successful venture for Tim and myself. Further to this, both Tim and I have been looking at ways to promote some of his flagship products like the Pershore Postie Business Bag (http://bit.ly/IcgltN) in a way that would allow us to break away from the typical ecommerce mould.

One suitable idea of flagship product promotion may come in the form of visual solution provided by the talented Jeremey Fleischer (http://bit.ly/QmvKNH) that is a  website dedicated to the flagship product with very high quality supporting imagery, a product landing page if you will.

Regardless of what solution Tim & I decide, it goes without saying that the UK is loosing it manufacturing heritage and craftsmanship to foreign countries with cheap labour and materials, at a rate, that will see a generation of young people not truly appreciating time effort and skill that goes into traditional craftsmanship of yesteryear, by bringing 'online' traditional english manufacturing, perhaps we can bridge the gap between generations and put real value back into everyday products and at the same time save our priceless heritage.
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