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Building relationships – Bruntwood chooses theEword

It’s hard to live or work in the north west without having some awareness of Bruntwood. The family-owned commercial property company manages some of the region’s most iconic buildings, including City Tower, Portland Tower, 111 Piccadilly, Elliot House, Oriel Chambers and Orleans House – and its distinctive red badge appears on countless more. Besides Greater Manchester and Liverpool, it also has a major presence in Leeds and Birmingham.

That’s why we’re delighted to announce that Bruntwood has selected us to handle their pay-per-click (PPC) and search engine optimisation (SEO) accounts following a competitive pitch. Having been appointed as Bruntwood’s retained agency, we will be responsible for ensuring the brand is as visible online as it is on the streets of Britain’s cities.

Building for success with Bruntwood

Emma Nevison, marketing manager at Bruntwood, has explained why she feels theEword fit the bill:

“From the outset, the team at theEword impressed us with their knowledge and genuine enthusiasm for digital marketing. This passion, topped with their track record of delivering measurable campaigns, was a key reason behind our decision to appoint them.”

Exciting win for theEword

Speaking on behalf of theEword, meanwhile, managing director Al Mackin has offered his thoughts on the partnership:

“Bruntwood is a company that needs no introduction and we are thrilled that they have chosen theEword to run their SEO and PPC campaigns. This is an exciting win for us and I have complete faith that our marketing team will deliver great results for Bruntwood over the coming months.”

Bruntwood is not the only high-profile client to join our books recently. To name just two examples, we were chosen to manage the SEO campaign of news and lifestyle website Manchester Confidential and build a mobile site for London venture capital firm Atomico.

Richard Frost

Written by Richard Frost

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