hoyland marketing

  • for you, the solopreneur

    Help to set up, help to grow

    Step 1

    Why do people want what you sell?

    What's going on right now that shows there is a need for the product or service you are providing?

    Step 2

    Who's your perfect customer? 

    Where are they? What do they do, what are their interests, where and how do they talk about them?

    Step 3

    What is brand and does yours work?

    What do you want to achieve? Which is the best way to get there? What marketing should you do?

    Step 4

    Which digital platforms are best? 

    Social, email, web? Which offline activities: networking, events, print advertising? What should you post?

  • for you, the SME leader

    Support to develop, diversify and grow


    Successful development relies on objective analysis.

    A detailed look at the environment in which you operate.

    Current social and tech trends as well political and environmental landscapes.


    Objectives are achievable when they are aligned. 

    Corporate, sales and marketing goals designed to work in harmony. Brand analysis to reflect core values. Strategy analysis.


    Tactics for achieving goals identified.

    Outline of activities that need to be undertaken. Timeline for completion. Allocation of roles. Coaching of individuals.


    Metrics must be set to measure success.

    Measurements that will show progress in line with objectives. Analysis and adaption when required.

  • why use hoyland marketing?

    What customers say

    "Expert advice ... I was struggling to see any direction with regards to marketing. There are countless things I hadn't thought of and having a professional set of eyes on the business has been worth its weight in gold."

    Helen Richards

    The Little Calm Company


    "Hannah took me through my customer journey. I have since had new clients from my website and social media platforms. She listens to and understands "you" so the work expresses you and your business.​"

    Helen Clements

    Troy Accounting Ltd


    "I was able to hit the decks running and start reaping the benefits [of instagram] immediately. Plus Hannah also guided me in other elements of my web site and company strategy that has already proved very beneficial."

    Kenny Deane

    Vintage Vinyl Art


    "Working with Hannah at this stage of our business growth has been great fun and hugely rewarding. We now have a clear focus."

    Mike Compton

    Managing Director

    Zuba Ski

    Established Business

    "Having an external pair of eyes on my business has been invaluable. I recommend Hannah to anyone who needs to develop their business."

    Emma Ryan

    Managing Director

    Emma Ryan Coaching

    Established Business

    "I needed focus for my business. Hannah has given me a detailed, well researched plan and lots of ideas for getting it to the next level."

    Liz Raffles

    Managing Director

    The Mantique

    Established Business

  • how did hoyland start?

    (Its an old family name, ask us for the scandalous backstory!)



    Financial recruitment in the 90s was hard-core and this is where Hannah's work ethic was formed. She studied English Literature (ironically in Wales), and then lived and worked in London. Clients included CIBC, Scotiabank, Barclays and LSE.



    At the end of 1998 Hannah packed her bags and set off around the world. She still believes travel is important: "I love experiencing other cultures and landscapes, the energy and variety feed my inquisitive and creative nature".



    When she returned from her travels, Hannah worked in marketing and then property. In 2001, she was asked to build and run a lettings business for Hampshire's leading property company, which she did: it was profitable within the first year of trading.



    In 2014 Hannah joined the leading legal conveyancing services firm in the UK. She started as a territory sales manager, was promoted to key account manager, strategic business developer, supplier manager then product sales and marketing.



    Hoyland Marketing was created, like so many good ideas, after redundancy. Hannah saw a gap in the market to help businesses make sense of their marketing; cutting costs and increasing profit by creating plans and structure for development.

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