Once in a while everyone wants to take a minute to shout about themselves, so that’s what we’re going to do today. Or rather, we’re going to shout about what everyone else has to say about us.
With our lovely new website design in place we’ve been talking to journalists across the land, asking them to try out Greatvine and speak to our experts to hear what they have to say. There’s a lot still in the pipeline, but what’s hit the newsstands so far has been resoundingly positive.
Web User reviewed the site last month and gave us 4 stars, calling Greatvine ‘a great place to get reliable help fast’, which we hope you all agree with. The Good Web Guide have also published a glowing review recently, calling us ‘a fantastic resource’ that combines ‘excellent service with a first rate website’ and even goes as far as to say that ‘like all great ideas, it seems amazing that no-one has thought of doing this before.’
We’ve always felt that we offer a great service to our users, but it’s lovely to see that independent third parties agree.
Our experts are also being quoted left, right and centre of late. Nutrition consultant, Charlotte Stirling-Reed, commented on levels of salt in children’s food and her quotes have found their way all around the Internet over the past week, including The Co-operative Magazine, the website of the British Psychological Society and Yell.com.
Meanwhile, another Greatvine nutritionist, Shaleen Meelu, has been commenting on dieting in Candis magazine and Jen Nash, a Clinical Psychologist, recently gave advice on how parents can help teenagers suffering from depression in the Daily Mirror.
Keep your eyes pealed for Greatvine’s experts the next time you’re reading the daily paper or catching up on the latest wellbeing news online – you never know where they might spring up next.