Clients

You might be new to us, so of course you want to check whether we know what we’re doing.

There are heaps of cowboys out there who claim to be good at navigating the wild west of online marketing – but where’s the proof?

As well as the barrel loads of testimonials we have, we’ve also outlined a few mini case studies so you can see the sort of stuff we do and the kind of clients we’ve worked with.

If you want to know the juicy details, just shout.

Training

Warwick School

Spaghetti Agency have trained the marketing manager and business development director from the prestigious independent boys’ school. Phil Rothwell commented after our copywriting course: “Such a thought-provoking course that made me realise how important writing is to my job of persuading people to support the school.”

Mike Vallance

As a senior managing consultant in the banking and finance industry, Mike demands quality. So we were delighted with his comments after our workshop: “Interactive, energetic, fun, loads of great examples and very absorbing. I don’t think I’ve concentrated so hard on a training course for about 25 years! It hit all my objectives”.

Warwick District Council

Customer-facing teams from the council needed to get to grips with social media fast. Enter Spaghetti Agency to get WDC on the right track. We delivered an engaging course on customer service using the main social media channels, which was well-received and left the account managers with the confidence to manage the accounts comfortably.

Guide Dogs for the Blind

Raising money and awareness for a lifeline service should always involve storytelling and teamwork. Spaghetti trained staff and volunteer teams from across Warwickshire and the Midlands, and even threw in some fun activities and outdoor team building exercises too. And there were two guide dogs on the course, which was ace.

Myton Hospices

Myton Hospices had a well-known brand locally but needed to better understand social media and how it fitted in with their other marketing efforts. Since training the team, including members from all main departments, their social media activity has been attributed to the largest Santa Dash event in their history. #Winning.

Touch FM

Touch FM presenters had a good handle on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter but even we were amazed how much more we were able to add to their social media skills. The room was buzzing with ideas and creativity, which has led to them introducing more interesting on-air features. We’ve live tweeted their awards events, too.

Content

Coventry City Council

A client had challenging remit at the council, but with our digital handholding package their reach has sky-rocketed. We loved how she took our advice and created great things! She says it all: “A Facebook response of over 12.5k views with enquiries coming in. #Overwhelmed. Couldn’t have done it without your help. Big thanks.”

4Networking

National company 4Networking believed in Todd’s ability to run the national Twitter feed. He’s not just the voice of the company but the face too, with the avatar being his ugly mug! Team Spag tweeted over 500 times in one day at The Business Networking Show. Yes, we do things properly. And yes, we have sore thumbs.

University of Warwick

The University of Warwick is a special kinda place for Jo, as it’s where she studied for her Degree and her MA. A research department needed Spaghetti Agency to make some noise around an exciting project. They got us on board to raise the game and attract attention to their project, which we did successfully.

McLaren

When someone’s just spent over £250,000 on a car, they demand quality. Jo has written numerous email newsletters, sales letters, and advert copy for the McLaren dealership at One Hyde Park. She’s also proofread a large number of direct mail pieces to ensure accuracy. It’s fair to say Jo enjoys life in the fast lane.

The Economist

The Economist needed to craft some sales tweets to promote their online offers including a new app and a morning news briefing. To do this, we adopted the trademark style of the Economist’s advertising, targeted for an international audience. The client was delighted and signed off the work without hesitation.

Helen Taylor

Rugby-based aesthetics expert Helen Taylor is a true perfectionist, as you’d expect when it’s your job to inject faces and use a microscopic tattooing machine! When she tried a cheaper company for a few months she then returned, admitting leaving had been a mistake and that people had told her how much they’d missed her online.

Interested? Say ‘howdy!’

Whether you’re a small business, a startup, or a long-established household name, if you have a positive attitude and a decent idea we’re keen to hear from you.

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