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theEword wins microsite and PPC brief for Miller Metcalfe

The contract wins keep rolling in at theEword, with the company continuing to build on the success it has seen in the past 12 months.

The latest brief comes from Bolton-based estate agents, chartered surveyors, valuers and auctioneers Miller Metcalfe.

The contract will see theEword develop a new microsite for the property company, as well as look after their PPC (pay per click) marketing in future.

Miller Metcalfe is acknowledged as one of the most respected and progressive firms in the North West of England and covers all aspects of the property market.

The range of services that theEword will digitally market on behalf of Miller Metcalfe includes residential sales, lettings, conveyancing, mortgages, surveys and valuations.

theEword will design, build and develop a new microsite for Miller Metcalfe aimed at attracting new visitors and business to the company. In addition, a strategic PPC campaign will be implemented to improve Miller Metcalfe’s standing in paid search listings.

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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