Press release: London-based digital consultancy 7dots expands its offering with new specialist search division
"7dots Smarter", led by managing director Nick Williams, will offer a full range of SEO and inbound marketing services, to help clients maximise website traffic and generate additional revenue.
The move recognises that in today’s competitive online marketplace, search and inbound marketing are becoming a key aspect of marketing strategies, as businesses compete for market and audience share.
Existing clients will now benefit from greater integration between the SEO and technical teams.
Nick, who brings over ten years of search industry experience adds:
“Being a part of the 7dots group will also enable us to provide a full-service search offering from the get-go and also help clients stay ahead of the competition long after launch.”
Sam Page, Director (Client Services) of 7dots comments:
"We’re delighted to bring Nick into the 7dots family. He brings a wealth of experience and skills, and is a firm advocate of our approach - providing a friendly, expert, client orientated service."
Ed Gossage, Director (Operations) of 7dots adds:
"We’ve always made search engine optimisation an integral part of website builds, but bringing this service in-house will further deepen and strengthen our expertise in this area, reaping rewards for clients."
Notes to editors:
Founded in 2009, 7dots has built corporate and e-commerce websites for a diverse range of clients, from start-ups to blue chips. An impressive portfolio of projects includes work for companies including ITV Studios, Hendricks, Fiorelli, The British Council, Glenfiddich, The School of Life, JLT, WorldPay, British Bobsleigh and Skeleton, Kaspersky, NetNames, IRIS Software, Pearson Cycles.
This offering has included strategy, UX, design, development, hosting/infrastructure and support as well as consultancy. The new division will extend the core offering to include strategy, content marketing, social publishing, technical and international optimisation, paid search and analytics.
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