We hope this will allow us to offer a more bespoke, and focused social media service that can deliver our clients a healthy ROI while actively developing their brand reputation.
(PRWEB UK) 23 March 2012
Click Consult, a premier UK digital marketing agency, have announced they are to review how the latest changes to Google Analytics might impact their social media marketing services.
Click Consult are experts in a range of different search marketing services including Search Engine Optimisation, Mobile SEO, Web Development and Social Media Marketing. In a recent blog post, Google announced that Google Analytics is getting a new social reports feature to help internet marketers more accurately measure conversion rate and ROI related to social media efforts. Click Consult are conducting the review to analyse how the additional information could be used to improve the quality of their social media services.
Click Consult have an internal Research and Development team that are constantly monitoring the internet for any changes to Google's Webmaster guidelines. It is hoped that this proactive approach will ensure that all their services remain in line with Google's latest updates, and utilise any new features to promote the chances of achieving online success.
"At Click Consult we're highly aware that social media is becoming increasingly important for both inbound marketing purposes and for SEO performance itself. That's why we take any developments to how Google treat social media very seriously, and hopefully we can use this new Google Analytics feature to improve the quality of our social media marketing services." said Matt Bullas, Managing Director of Click Consult. "Thanks to the work of our Research and Development team, we are already looking at different ways we can use the more detailed social reports to improve how accurately social media campaigns are targeted. We hope this will allow us to offer a more bespoke, and focused social media service that can deliver our clients a healthy ROI while actively developing their brand reputation."