I truly believe that we are able to offer an unparalleled quality of service to each of our 325 clients, and this is because of our dedication to understanding of the minutiae of our industry, as well as the expertise of our staff.
(PRWEB UK) 14 February 2012
Click Consult, a market leading agency specialising in a range of search marketing disciplines, are set to review a series of key search quality updates made to Google's algorithm in February.
Based in Cheshire, Click Consult have reacted to the information that Google recently shared on their public blog regarding 'search quality highlights', and tasked their internal research and development analysts with exploring how these updates might affect their range of services. Click Consult are anticipating that the most significant search quality update relates to Google's freshness algorithm, which has been tweaked to provide more accurate results. This is expected to increase the importance of their clients frequently updating their website content in order to become more visible on Google.
Click Consult's area of expertise includes social media marketing, PPC, and Web Development, and keeping those services in line with the latest Google guidelines is integral to the success they have achieved as a digital marketing agency. The results of the review Click Consult have conducted is expected to be published in the coming weeks on their company blog.
"Google is without a doubt the leading search engine in the world, certainly in terms of market share, and arguably in terms of result quality as well. That's why we at Click Consult invest so much time in ensuring our services are constantly evolving to remain in line with Google's latest quality guidelines." said Matt Bullas, Managing Director of Click Consult. "I truly believe that we are able to offer an unparalleled quality of service to each of our 325 clients, and this is because of our dedication to understanding of the minutiae of our industry, as well as the expertise of our staff. We are determined to maintain our analysis of any publically announced search quality updates, and leverage this analysis to keep our services leading the industry."