Fresh Content.

Make things new.

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Photo by Dawid Zawiła on Unsplash

Good things grow at Fresh Content.

Marketing in 2018 starts with your website, so create content people want to share. Make sure it looks nice, reads easy, and is designed to display the good stuff fast. If you do it right, potential customers will know right away what you’re all about (and why they like what you’re all about). They’ll share your quality content and their happy experience, which works for you because your business grows gangbusters.


Get fresh copy + design.

Because old is poop. 

If you already have a website, you have content on it. But content gets old fast. So if a friend of your nephew made your website in 2008 and it’s fugly with bevelled buttons and flashing starburst badges [shudder], it’s time to update your page with fresh content that creates a better user experience (UX), makes a friend in Google, and lifts up your business above the crowd.


Who is Fresh Content?


Fresh Content is a small but powerful content studio created by Andi Coombs in 2016. We design creative websites that speak to your brand, using fonts and colours that pop. Our witty word choice gets rave reviews and is often the reason we score our awesome clients. With SEO always in our minds, we write copy that ranks well according to Google but reads well according to people.

Are you ready to get fresh?


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That not-so-fresh feeling.

Maybe you hired Fresh Content and now your website is fresher than bread out of the oven—hooray!

But what about your other content? 

No worries! We wouldn’t hang your sheets on the line but leave your socks in the dirt! We spread freshness to your social media hangouts and email templates. And, since paper is still a thing, we freshen up your business cards, brochures, trade show booths, pop-up banners, posters… you name it! Fresher than cut grass on a crisp morning.

Click the button below and freshen up!

Say hello.

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Photo by Jeff Hopper on Unsplash