Our technical SEO consultants have a track record in boosting rankings, enhancing site speed, and having Google penalties removed. From one-off organic search consultancy to a comprehensive on-site and off-site optimisation strategy, we can help - and we employ only future proof techniques.Read More »
Delivering return on investment through the competitive channels of pay per click, display and social advertising requires a lot of skill. Our paid advertising specialists pride themselves on an innovative and target-focused approach, always striving to bring you the best results for your budget.Read More »
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theEword is a digital marketing agency that specialises in using content marketing to positively influence buying decisions and drive measurable business results. We use our blend of technical and creative skills, including content marketing, SEO, PPC, copywriting, web development and social, in order to meet your goals.
Founded in 2006, we have grown from two people to a team of more than 40. From our home in Trafford Park we have worked with some of the biggest brands and most exciting start-ups from the UK and overseas, cultivating a proven track record of increasing traffic, conversions and brand awareness.
At theEword, we strive for true quality and long term improvements – we don’t take shortcuts. We're dedicated to finding creative solutions to your problems, blending the skills of our specialist teams into a unique digital marketing strategy and tailoring our approach to the specific requirements of your business.
Whether you are looking to generate more organic traffic, higher e-commerce revenue, increased brand awareness or lower cost per acquisition, with transparent analysis and reporting at every step of the way the benefits to your business will be clear from the outset.
With more than 40 experts including SEO consultants, paid advertising specialists, creative content marketers, copywriters, account managers, web designers and developers under one roof, theEword is bursting at the seams with talent.
Alongside that talent comes a deeply ingrained focus on results. The agency is founded on the delivery of transparent, commercial and future proof solutions. From our free digital marketing training sessions to the award-winning CRO tools we have built in-house, these values run through everything we do.
We believe that in order to achieve results in a particular field, you need to fully understand it first. In-depth, client-specific research allows us to tailor our service from day one, and build a solution that suits your brand, your audience and your goals.
Our planning phase is designed to align your marketing strategy with ours, and give you complete transparency on the content we will produce, the audiences we will target, or the ads we will run.
Campaign progress is closely monitored, and we produce highly detailed reports that are open and honest regarding important factors such as traffic, conversions and costs. Coupled with our in-depth analysis, our transparent reporting aims to help you understand how the campaign is progressing, and what action we are taking to further refine and improve it.
We also offer our clients training sessions in a range of our specialist areas, to support your in-house teams and improve understanding and collaboration for the duration of the campaign.
"theEword are scrupulously honest and hardworking"
~ Britannia Living ~
"theEword consistently go above and beyond"
~ Merlin Entertainments ~
"They are so creative, they come up with so many fantastic ideas"
~ Manchester Law Society ~
"They really care about what they do and they care about your business as well"
~ Bermans ~
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