From SMEs to multi-nationals, we have experience across an array of industries. Read case studies and quotes from our clients.
"theEword soon became an essential extension to our internal online marketing team; with our SEO campaign growing month-on-month in year one, we have definitely benefited from working with a dedicated and professional team who understand our products, business and competitors."
- Screwfix Bathrooms
"theEword team has excelled itself in terms of client service, campaign measurement and responsiveness to an ever evolving online environment. The results speak for themselves, with over 30% growth in web traffic over the past 12 months. Against the backdrop of an increasingly challenging legal sector, theEword’s input into our business has also helped to position us as genuine thought leaders."
- Linder Myers
"They've never let me down, they've never let any of my clients down so they're extremely easy to recommend. In a world where digital marketing can be seen by a lot of people as a black art that they don't really understand, theEword makes it very easy and they get genuine results. They really care about what they do and they care about your business as well." - Steve Kuncewicz, Head of IP and Media
"The team at theEword have used their expertise and experience to implement a strategy that has consistently produced great results, and we are very happy with the performance to date."
"I took the decision to appoint theEword based on a number of factors. Their reputation, their expertise within the digital arena, the culture of their organisation and also the chemistry that I had with the account team. I enjoy working with theEword due to their passion, their commitment, their can-do solution focused attitude. Above all, it's the teams genuine commitment in helping our business succeed. theEword consistently go above and beyond." - Cassie Forshaw, Head of Marketing
- Merlin Entertainments
"The team at theEword have increased our online visibility for brand and non-brand keywords as well as ensuring that we drive relevant traffic to the website resulting in user engagement."
- Newburn Bakehouse
"theEword have helped the business to achieve a substantial online visibility through their SEO and PPC efforts. We are extremely happy with the service provided and look forward to what the future brings."
- Pure Student Living
BCL Legal: generating traffic and enquiries in the legal recruitment sector
"theEword are scrupulously honest and hardworking! Hitting targets and achieving success is a must so ensure they’re on board with your business." - Michael Haigh, Marketing Manager
- Britannia Living
"I trust them implicitly. They deliver everything that they say they are going to deliver, they never ever let you down. They're so easy to get along with, they are so creative, they come up with so many fantastic ideas, and they've just totally changed all our social media and we have so many hits now on the website." - Fran Eccles-Bech, Chief Executive
- Manchester Law Society
"theEword approached our needs with great insight and passion and since taking over the campaign have worked well with us to drive our business upwards in the digital sector."
- BCL Legal
We have worked with some of the UK's most respected brands, including Visit Blackpool, TJ Hughes, Warburtons, Pannone LLP and Parasol, as well as SMEs and start-ups in a range of industries. Across sectors and channels, our approach generates strong and future proof results.
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