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theEword celebrates record first period

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More than half a million pounds worth of new business has been brought in at Manchester specialist search marketing agency theEword so far this year.

Since the start of 2012, 15 new clients have put their trust in theEword, signing contracts with a combined value of 525,000 pounds per annum. These clients come from a range of industries, including the legal, government, property, charity, PR, employment, automotive and leisure sectors. theEword has been appointed to boost their performance in search engine results using a mixture of search engine optimisation (SEO) and pay-per-click (PPC) marketing.

To service the new accounts, theEword has also taken on 6 full-time members of staff. Web developer Tim Giblin, trainee account manager Oladamola Babalola and designer Chris Au have been brought in since the turn of the year, joining PPC client manager Rik Cookson, assistant William Mainwaring and Jade Smith who came onboard at the end of 2011. theEword plans to take on an additional three new members of staff in the next four months to support further growth.

Al Mackin, CEO at theEword, commented: “In an uncertain climate the team at theEword has worked extremely hard to grow the business, and 2012 has so far been a record year. Our clients turn to us because of our honest and hard work – our award nominations and campaign successes show that we can have a significant impact on businesses large and small.”

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