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Growth still good as theEword announces latest contract win

theEword's client list: always growingFrom the very beginning, when we launched theEword with the mantra 'Growth Is Good', we have been a company that is dedicated to growing. Indeed, we are an agency that specialises in helping our clients to grow business, nurture their web presence and realise their full potential.

This commitment to growth doesn't end with our clients, though. Over the past 12 months, we've grown too, at a tremendous rate. Pivotal contract wins and staff expansion mean we're a burgeoning force in the SEO Manchester scene, something which hasn't gone unnoticed by the local press.

Our growth shows no sign of stopping, either, as we continue to pick up new contracts from around the region. The latest of these is a brief to develop a microsite and handle PPC marketing for Bolton-based property firm Miller Metcalfe.

We'll be working closely with the company - which is recognised as one of the most respected independent property companies in the North West - to digitally market their services, which include residential sales, lettings, conveyancing, mortgages, surveys and valuations.

Speaking about the latest contract win, theEword managing director Al Mackin said:

"We are delighted to have added yet another client to our ever-expanding list. theEword is a growing company and contracts such as this one prove that we are as dedicated to our own growth as we are to our clients'."


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