I have an apology to make to those of you who are dedicated readers of this blog, because over the past couple of months the regularity of my posts (which for over five years went out almost every Sunday) has wobbled somewhat. The reason is that for a little over a year now I have been transforming the way that I work and building a business beyond my freelance work, and for the past nine months or so this project has often taken precedence – resulting in the frequency of my postings to An Tor Orth An Mor becoming a little erratic. So, without further ado, let me introduce you all to Hailer; you can hold Hailer entirely responsible for the disruption to your Sunday evening browsing.
Hailer is a difficult entity for me to label easily, but it is essentially in the business of storytelling. You could pin such labels as “content marketing studio”, “digital marketing agency” or “brand growth consultancy” on it, and all are equally valid definitions and yet each one on its own doesn’t adequately describe what Hailer does. What Hailer does is craft the stories and imagery that define brands, grow followings and improve performance. If you’re interested in a more concise explanation and taking a look at the various client case studies then please head over and check out www.hailer.media, otherwise I’ll just be repeating myself in this post.