Architect James Butterworth Talks Direct Advertising Methods for Architects

Today we dive into direct advertising methods and client retention with UK architect James Butterworth of Studio J Architects. James shares some interesting strategies that he’s used to spread the word about his boutique architecture firm.

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Some work by James Butterworth and Studio J Architects:
Modern Folding Glass Wall Open To Outside

View from kitchen of the Adel House

New Mixed-Use Development

New Mixed Use Development

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Enoch Sears
I am a licensed California architect who loves researching and sharing about running a great architecture business. I founded Business of Architecture to help solo architects and small firms run a better business so they can have the peace of mind to focus on creating great architecture.
Enoch Sears

@businessofarch

Solo architect? Get the work you want. Marketing and business info for architects. Author of 'Social Media for Architects, FREE download: http://t.co/tQnt6ENDxv
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3 Responses to Architect James Butterworth Talks Direct Advertising Methods for Architects

  1. Dennis February 15, 2014 at 6:00 pm #

    Nice interview James and Mark – I enjoyed hearing someone else re-affirming the things that seem to work and those that don’t in a new marketplace.

    Keep it up

  2. mark February 11, 2014 at 5:25 am #

    Great interview Enoch. Thanks!

    • Enoch Sears February 11, 2014 at 5:43 am #

      Thanks Mark. Good to hear from you and I hope all is well.

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