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theEword SEO Manchester named in top ten UK agencies

Manchester SEO agency theEword is proud to announce it has been named as one of the ten best search engine optimisation providers in a new survey.

The list, which is based on ratings given by clients, was compiled by independent search vendor authority TopSEOs, taking into account not just Manchester SEO companies but ones from all over the country.

Every month, TopSEOs carries out an exhaustive assessment of the state of SEO. Manchester based agencies and others from around the UK are judged primarily on customer satisfaction but also on vital factors such as analysis, competency, creativity, costs and reporting.

The ratings are calculated by asking at least three clients from each SEO agency to evaluate the agency’s performance across these key areas and to rate how well their needs have been met. Manchester SEO firms had a strong showing in the list, with theEword being one of the best-performing newcomers.

theEword, which debuted in the list at number nine, had the highest client retention rate for any agency of its type, with clients giving an overall rating of ‘Excellent’ for its services.

The award capped a fantastic 18 months for theEword during which the company grew to 14 members of staff from just two, while taking on board several key new clients and picking up accolades including an award for MD Al Mackin, who was named as one of Crain’s Manchester Business’ 40 Under 40.

[b]About theEword[/b]

theEword SEO Manchester is a thriving digital marketing agency specialising in e-commerce, electronic marketing and commercial website design. The Trafford Park-based company was founded in 2006 by Al Mackin (managing director) and Tom Glass (creative director), and currently employs 14 members of staff.

The company handles PPC (pay per click) and SEO (search engine optimisation) campaigns for its clients, employing a development, content and optimisation strategy that has seen them generate millions of pounds worth of sales for its client base.

Testimonials

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

~ Screwfix Bathrooms ~

  Screwfix Bathrooms

"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 ~

  Parasol

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

~ Linder Myers ~

  Linder Myers

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We scooped Silver in the Sites and Search category! No Gold was awarded. #Fresh2014

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