Socially Rich is a social media business working with sole traders and SME's who want to be seen and understood on social media.
Through monthly planning meetings, I research, write, post and engage with content for my clients. I work with a wide range of clients such as an electrician, events management company, software solutions company, IT training company, hypnotherapists, stone masons to name a few............
The only sector that does not work for me would be finance, due to the regulatory nature of that sector and it is a bit dull...
"We have been working with Rich of TaylorBoyle, since in May 2017 and he has worked on a number of different types of projects for us – including research, case study/blog writing, event related admin and most frequently all of our Social Media. We always find Rich to be very flexible, reliable and pro active when we ask him to do creative tasks for us. He is a great addition to our team, especially with regards to our Social Media and is always happy to look at suggestions for us of posts to share and also track all of the data and admin associated with this. We would not hesitate to recommend him."
Recommended by Vicky Gardner at ZiaBia
"There is nothing more frustrating when you visit a website and the latest blog article is a few months out of date. I have found that this is a regular occurrence for a lot of my clients with time being the contributing factor. I needed to find them a solution and that solution was Taylor Boyle. Taylor Boyle have been managing a number of my clients blog articles for me. Every month they come up with fresh ideas, research and write the articles but more importantly keep my clients sites fresh with new engaging content. I would like to take this opportunity to thank Richard and Jayne for a great service and would have no hesitation in recommending you."
Recommended by Carolyn Anderson at Mediatube Limited
Becoming self employed is a huge leap of faith. It has now been 9 months since I jumped ship from the Corporate World to start a Virtual Assistant business. It has been a massive learning curve and at times a "what have I done...
If you could give one single piece of advice to a new start up business, what would it be?
Like Dory said, "just keep swimming". In my first year of business I often wondered if I had made the right decision jumping ship from Corporate Hell. Once your business gains traction and the wheels stop spinning (quote from Tamsen Garrie) then you are a long way to making your business succeed.