We’re looking forward to publishing more exclusive white papers on-site, and we hope to impart our knowledge and other vital information on to the wider search industry as a result
(PRWEB) April 20, 2011
Click Consult has re-launched its web presence, redesigning the entire site to offer a more accessible user experience and introducing a brand new search marketing white papers section, with in-depth industry analysis produced in-house by Click’s internet marketing experts.
The new Click Consult website is cleaner, emphasises their fresh, original content in a clearer fashion, and is easier to navigate for users visiting the site. Strong, prominent call-to-action buttons allow users to find the services and information they are looking for quickly, and the site also promotes their new core services, which includes conversion rate optimisation (CRO), social media optimisation (SMO) and unique content creation.
Click Consult has also recently made a new addition to the site in the form of a ‘Search Engine Marketing White Papers’ section, which are produced in-house with the aim of informing other marketers about industry topics and developments relevant to the online marketing community. Click Consult is planning on regularly updating their new white papers section with their findings, with the information gathered also helping them to better angle their clients’ campaigns for the future.
“Redesigning the company website has been something we’ve been planning for a while, and we’re delighted with the end product from both an aesthetic and functionality point of view,” commented Matt Bullas, Managing Director of Click Consult. “Everything took place in-house, and our web development team has done an excellent job of getting both our new and existing services across to potential clients in an easy-to-understand, well-informed manner. We’re also looking forward to publishing more exclusive white papers on-site, and we hope to impart our knowledge and other vital information on to the wider search industry as a result.”
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