Synthetic diamond and supermaterial maker Element Six appoints Click Consult for organic SEO

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Element Six, a world leader in synthetic diamond and other supermaterials and a member of The De Beers Group of companies, has selected Cheshire search marketing agency Click Consult to provide its long term organic search (SEO) strategy, following a successful SEO audit and analysis phase.

Element Six’s innovations are used in industries such as manufacturing for automotive and consumer electronics, mining and road components, and oil and gas drilling. The company is also opening up new applications for the extreme properties of synthetic diamond in a wide array of industries such as optics, power transmission, water treatment, semiconductors and sensors.

“Click Consult demonstrated the right skills and experience for our SEO needs,” commented Ellen Zimmer, head of marketing communications for Element Six. “We needed a partner that complements our approach toward technology innovation and the different priorities of our customers globally. We look forward to working together to redefine our online outreach strategies and topical authority in the industries we operate in.”

Discussing the partnership, Click Consult chief executive and founder Matt Bullas, said: “Element Six is a company steeped in history and part of the world’s largest diamond group. We want to create and implement a workflow which will reflect this and see Element Six’s presence and visibility grow even further.

“Our data-driven strategies are proven to achieve long-term results for our clients and the calibre of the brands we work with, along with our list of recent award wins, are testament to the skills, experience and passion of our team of experts.”

Element Six operates worldwide with its head office registered in London, and primary manufacturing facilities in China, Germany, Ireland, South Africa, US and the UK.

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