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The ability to interpret your goals and expectations and to make it all happen is the foundation of any successful web design firm and proper project management is key. We have been fortunate to partner with one of web-media’s leading firms and their strong suit is in project management. Here at youBlether pride ourselves in having a spot on working relationship with each and every client and this partnership affords us the opportunity to not only see your dreams and goals come into view, but you can rest assured all the components of your project are tested, tried and true.

The projects we take on are discussed in detail and is brought back to our discussion table with our project managers and web-development team. The lines of communication are kept open between you, our client and the team so all expectations are met and on-time.

So, now you might ask, “What in the world is a blether? And what does it have to do with websites or  marketing?” Well, you know – we had to stop and ask ourselves the same thing. When you think of marketing or advertising your business, you most likely think about all of the social networks out there aside from the creative expansive websites on the internet. You know, social networks such as Blogster, Facebook, Flickr, Linkedin, Myspace, Plaxo, Stumbleupon, Tumblr, Twitter, etc.

‘Blether’ is a word described by Websters as idle or foolish and irrelevant talk. For businesses who don’t know how to advertise or market their branding – you know, what defines who they are and what they do – that’s what their ‘budget’ do-it-yourself website is speaking to the world. Now the true intent of the word ‘blether’ is used by the Scots in Scotland as a term to have a ‘talk’ or ‘catch up’ on the latest. That is what we strive to do for you! The world needs to see who you are and what you do and let it be presented in such a way that your clients see your branding and they see a faithful  friend.

Here are a few videos just for kicks, that show you a little insight from the Scots point of view what ‘blether’ means to them. Enjoy yourself!