Tom has been working to show accountants how they can embrace their creative side! Recognising the importance of content marketing, he works with firms across the UK to help them use their marketing to get the results they want: Better, more educated clients who want to work with them.
Tom is a Client Manager at The Profitable Firm, the creative agency for accountants. In his role, he is constantly working on branding, websites and outsourced marketing for firms who want to embrace content marketing and achieve awesome results.
What people are saying about Tom
Tom is brilliant at taking our conversations and randommumblings and turning them in amazing, coherent marketingplans! Managing the whole process, we get to sit back and watch those plans then come to life!Jonathan Bareham
I really enjoyedworking with Tom, he was quick to understand our needs, cameup with some really good ideas, and executed everythingperfectly. He is a real pleasure to work with, ultra organised andalways on the ball. I can’t recommend him highly enough.Tasnim Mustafa
From start to finish it was a pleasure working with Tom. Nothing was too much trouble and Tom always responded promptly. His insight into what works and doesn’t work was invaluable. He knows his stuff.Reza Hooda
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Last week I started writing about how powerful your website is in building trust. It’s your marketing hub, one that ought to be filled with information and answers for your audience so that they can be educated from the moment they discover you to long after the sign...
You’ve probably heard time and time again that your website is your marketing hub. Well I’m not here to tell you that that’s no longer true, but what I’m going to do is take it one step further. Yes, your website is your marketing hub, but it is also what I like to...
Riddle me this: “Not chest or box is now discussed. Money can be held in it, but just as we test its metal, within there is rest.” “Neither bought nor sold but more valuable than gold. It is built but not by hand. What is it?” “What is it that you ought to keep after...