We can help you revamp your existing website or set up one from scratch. We’ll write the copy, take the pictures and build it for you. The PR Store is based in central Scotland in the lovely town of Bo’ness – within a short drive from Glasgow and Edinburgh.
Scroll down to see some samples.
Spoke ‘n’ Boot
This “glamping” site – offering camping pods close to the Falkirk Wheel – commissioned The PR Store to deliver a new website, using some of the client’s photography and pictures from our own photo library. Adrian Mahoney from The PR Store developed new content – including news stories, useful links and an interactive map – and built the site using the WordPress content management system. We also linked to the client’s online booking system (hosted by a third party).
Sandra Morrison from Spoke ‘n’ Boot said: “We are delighted. Our new website is now more succinct, informative, attractive and SEO friendly. Adrian (from The PR Store) sorted out IT issues which we are extremely grateful for. He consulted with us regularly throughtout and worked extremely hard for a very fair price. Adrian is reliable, trustworthy and dependable with great knowledge and expertise.”
The year 2019 marked the 200th anniversary of the death of Scottish inventor James Watt and the 250th anniversary of his patent to improve the steam engine. Heritage and engineering partners across Scotland – including Historic Environment Scotland – joined forces to celebrate Watt’s legacy.
Adrian Mahoney from The PR Store was commissioned to build the Watt celebratory website and develop content for the site, including audio and video interviews, news stories and event listings.
The PR Store also project managed a final celebratory event, held at the Hippodrome Cinema in Bo’ness, to round off the special year of activity.
The Story of Hope
We developed this microsite to promote a new book by author Katherine Elizabeth James. The PR Store worked with Katherine’s consultancy, Copy That Sells, to build the one-page website to highlight the new book, give information about the author and link to online sellers. As an additional service we also provided some PR support for the book launch.
The site was built in WordPress using photography, text, graphics and video supplied by Katherine.
Bo’mains Farm B&B
We helped this bed and breakfast set up a new mobile-friendly website, replacing an out-of-date HTML site. The site includes new photography and links to local attractions.
Nether Kinneil Farmhouse
Nether Kinneil Farmhouse, offering accommodation on the outskirts of Bo’ness, was expanding its services to offer a new self-catering apartment and a rehearsal/recording studio.
The PR Store developed a new website and also promoted the expanded services to the local media, resulting in front-page publicity.
Gina Young from Nether Kinneil said: “Adrian Mahoney of The PR Store was very knowledgeable, professional and easy to work with . . . . I am delighted with the end result and would certainly recommend his company.”
(2021 Update: Gina and her husband are moving to pastures new, so have wound up business. Therefore the site is now offline.)
Sea Kist Antiques
The PR Store developed a new online look for antiques shop Sea Kist, based in South Queensferry, Edinburgh.
We replaced an old HTML website with a new offering (running on a WordPress content management system). The new, mobile-friendly site delivers news, photos, shop history and contact information. Copy across the site, and most of the pictures, were created by The PR Store’s Adrian Mahoney.