BETHANY LAUREN BLOG

Learn more about my recent projects and my fantastic clients, alongside a collection of general advice about how to grow your business too.

 
 

Print Workshop FAQs

As we expand and grow the range of products we offer here at the Bethany Lauren Print Workshop, I felt that now was the perfect...

How to Boost your SEO using Blogs

Blogging is one of the best ways to encourage your website to organically reach clients. Here is a few tips to help get you started.

Fallen Equine

Specialising in the humane disposal of Horses and Livestock, the agents at Fallen Equine contacted me about building a new website for them.

Photographic Printing Service

There is such a high demand for a reasonably priced, high quality printing service we decided to incorporate it within Bethany Lauren.

Chrissy Lutzu Photography & Film

Chrissy Lutzu is a fantastic Portrait Photographer based in Greenwich, London and I have loved working on her brand new website.

Luke Granger Photography

As many readers will know, alongside running Bethany Lauren, I am also PA to the best wedding photographer in Kent, Luke Granger.

Working In Lockdown

If you are trying to juggle running a business from home whilst keeping your children entertained, you have my greatest respect. Its not eas

Recommendations to Clients

If I truly believe in recommending a product or service then I do my best to share it to others as I feel it is important to help those busi

North Kent 3D Face Shields

During the recent coronavirus outbreak, Luke and I started the North Kent 3D Face Shield project with some other local volunteers. It was...

Ops Manuals Uk

Ops Manuals UK specialises in supporting drone pilots across the UK and has been running for a number of years by my partner Luke. As...

Beyond Cleaning Services

One of the most fantastic selling tools any business can have is a website that allows them to showcase their products or services to...

Building My Own Business.

You only get one shot at life, so make it the best it can be. Read how I took the plunge into being my own boss