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theEword branches out with major client wins

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Manchester specialist search marketing agency theEword is branching out after winning some major marketing contracts across the property, professional services, health, employment, food and transport sectors.

First up, UK accommodation specialist First Step invited theEword to set up and manage its paid search advertising (pay-per-click) campaigns. Meanwhile, law firm Ralli Solicitors, care home provider Meridian Healthcare, recruitment consultancy ePeople, ready meals brand Ross Burgers and System One Travelcards – the UK’s largest integrated multi-operator ticketing scheme – have asked theEword to boost the search rankings of their websites by handling their search engine optimisation campaigns. German skincare specialist Dr.Hauschka is the latest company to call on theEword to enhance its consumer-facing marketing output.

Al Mackin, managing director of theEword, said: “The last few months have been an exciting period for theEword, with our staff helping make this the busiest quarter in our history. We’ve taken on board new clients across a range of industries, and it’s wonderful to see companies in different business sectors putting their trust in our services.”

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"theEword soon became an essential extension to our internal online marketing team."

~ Screwfix Bathrooms ~

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"We are extremely happy with the online visibility achieved through SEO and PPC."

~ Pure Student Living ~

  Pure Student Living

"theEword has consistently produced great results; very happy with the service."

~ Parasol ~

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"theEword team has excelled itself in terms of client service, campaign measurement and responsiveness."

~ Linder Myers ~

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