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Hit Search worth its Salt as five new clients join portfolio
May 19, 2014
Hit Search, the Liverpool and London-based online marketing specialist, has added five new clients to its portfolio in recent weeks, including Californian designer beachwear brand, Salt Resort Wear. The agency, which specialises in SEO, PPC as well as content marketing and conversion rate optimisation, is a specialist in retail digital marketing.
Hit Search has also begun working with Daisy London, Forbes Solicitors, Kymco and R3MC. Salt Resort Wear and Daisy Jewellery selected Hit Search in order to increase both companies’ worldwide reach and visibility. Salt Resort Wear has tasked Hit Search with supporting campaigns in Australia, America, Europe and the Middle East whilst also offering social media marketing strategies regarding their ‘Follow the Sun’ brand aesthetic. Hit Search, the fashion digital marketing specialist, has also asked to support their marketing efforts via keyword rich blog posts. Daisy London, the iconic handmade jewellery company with such celebrity endorsees as Cara Delevingne, approached Hit Search for help with their reputation management and translation services.
Furthering its legal digital marketing sector specialism, Hit Search have been appointed by Forbes Solicitors. Hit Search’s experience in delivering increased case enquiries via SEO and content marketing within the legal profession, specifically for Personal Injury, in a well-recognised area of expertise. As well as tracking enquiries through analytics, Hit Search has played a key role in the introduction of an innovative, integrated case management system, reducing administration overheads and improving the online customer experience. Services included helping to provide Forbes’ team with forms watermarked with a unique number, that shows exactly how many cases they have garnered through Hit Search’s efforts whilst enhancing the user experience by introducing a seamless case tracking system, as well as optimising what Hit Search are doing and how they can help Forbes and other clients.
Kymco UK, who are the largest importers of Kymco scooters, motorcycles and ATV’s in the United Kingdom, were looking for a marketing company that could not only fulfil onsite SEO and content marketing requirements that would drive sales up, but also serve as a creative content think-tank.
Hit Search is also branching out to new sectors with R3MC, a new branch of Biffa, referred to Hit Search by an existing client, Tarmac Building Products. Hit Search will be working with the environmentally friendly waste management solutions company, to deliver on/off site content as well as PR, SEO and enquiry tracking, promoting the core service offer; viable solutions to achieve zero waste to landfill at zero cost. Andy Donaldson, a director at Hit Search, said “We are extremely proud of the client wins and it shows the way we approach the online marketing space from a multi-channel angle, is working. Our focus on ROI and transparency is what sets us aside from our competitors.”