Web Design Jeremy Jacobs

 

Project overview

As an award winning host and presenter Jeremy Jacobs has long for a long time had a prosperous and ever growing presence on the internet. When we first started working with Jeremy in 2009 his current site had become outdated and unusable. With a collection of over a thousand post already posted to his site it was our task to transfer Jeremy's online content to his new site. Three versions of his site later Jeremy has not only himself grown in stature as a host and present but has enhanced and broadened his overall presence on the web as the internet itself has evolved.

We have accompanied Jeremy through this process ensuring that his site was up to date with the latest technological advances while developing with Jeremy his overall marketing position on the web and exposure within his field.

The latest version of Jeremy's site brought in the talents off Tara Daye a freelance designer based locally to New Time Media. From her design we converted the pages into code and then elaborated on the design to be adaptive to multiple devices. This was an important factor to Jeremy, as he will often demonstrate his material to people in situations where mobile devices are the most likely the viewing mechanism.

Website Screenshots

 
19 September 2018, 6:53 pm
 

Jeremy Jacobs: How Engaging Are You?

How Engaging Are You?

There is nothing worse than people talking while you are trying to give your speech or presentation this lack of respect seems to be nversal and it is high time it was stopped Howone goes about that I do not know This...

 
25 August 2018, 4:28 am
 

Jeremy Jacobs: Conference Presenting – Rule 13 – Be Social

Conference Presenting – Rule 13 – Be Social

I always make a habit of meeting at least one person I haven't spoken to before at events This keeps you on your toes and can also enhamce your personal reputation as being a warm and friendly individual

 
21 July 2018, 11:52 pm
 

Jeremy Jacobs: Disappearing London

Disappearing London

Sometimes there are business costs you just can't forsee.

 
4 June 2018, 12:39 am
 

Jeremy Jacobs: Conference Presenting White Paper

Conference Presenting White Paper

Event managers and planners will find my White Paper of great interest

 
15 April 2018, 11:39 pm
 

Jeremy Jacobs: What I Learnt From Martin Sorrell

What I Learnt From Martin Sorrell

So Sir Martin Sorrell has stepped down from his position as CEO of WPP. His name was always bandied around over the dinner table by my father and my uncles. You see my father had been in the employ of Sir...

 
31 March 2018, 12:41 am
 

Jeremy Jacobs: Conference Presenting – Rule 12 – Smile

Conference Presenting – Rule 12 – Smile

Always ask questions that exhibitors and attendees find easy to answer.

 
29 March 2018, 11:41 pm
 

Jeremy Jacobs: Latest Promo Video

Latest Promo Video

Jeremy Jacobs - 2018 MC/Host Promotional Video

 
17 March 2018, 4:25 pm
 

Jeremy Jacobs: How To Eliminate Sales Mistakes

How To Eliminate Sales Mistakes

Speaking at exhibitions can be challenging as you never quite know the make-up of the gathered audience.

 
5 March 2018, 4:21 pm
 

Jeremy Jacobs: How To Ask Questions At Exhibitions

How To Ask Questions At Exhibitions

It's really important to ask "open" questions which encourage people to respond with something more than a "no" or a "yes"

 
6 February 2018, 1:24 pm
 

Jeremy Jacobs: In Dispute With Someone?

In Dispute With Someone?

Mediation can sometimes be less expensive than litigation.

 
4 January 2018, 11:48 am
 

Jeremy Jacobs: Are You A Bookworm?

Are You A Bookworm?

What's your favourite book?

 
29 December 2017, 5:45 am
 

Jeremy Jacobs: Making A Fresh Start

Making A Fresh Start

Just get going!

 
15 November 2017, 11:02 pm
 

Jeremy Jacobs: When Will They Ever Learn?

When Will They Ever Learn?

Call me on 020 3303 3172

 
12 October 2017, 10:18 pm
 

Jeremy Jacobs: Talking Cancer

Talking Cancer

It's always humbling when one is talking about personal loss.

 
4 October 2017, 2:53 pm
 

Jeremy Jacobs: Never Hire An Amateur

Never Hire An Amateur

The drop in energy was palpable.