ClickThrough Marketing Provides Helping Hands With Digital Marketing

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Live-in care provider Helping Hands has signed up with ClickThrough Marketing to boost its online visibility. The company helps people in the UK with 24-hour, live-in care, providing award-winning, specialist services for older people with conditions such as dementia, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s, and younger people who want help to live independently.

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We are really excited about working on the Helping Hands campaign in 2013.

Internet marketing agency ClickThrough is celebrating after signing up live-in care specialists Helping Hands for SEO services.

ClickThrough will focus on search engine optimisation as part of a digital marketing strategy designed to boost Helping Hands’ online visibility.

Helping Hands, established in 1989, offers live-in care for elderly people suffering from conditions like dementia, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s, and provides support services for younger people with a range of conditions.

The company has won awards for its services over the past 24 years: most recently, Helping Hands’ dementia care specialist, Jayne Vale, scooped the Dementia Care Personality of the Year award at the National Dementia Care Awards 2012.

Lindsey Edgehill, sales and marketing director for Helping Hands, explained: “ClickThrough has provided us with some great ideas to help boost our organic traffic and visibility.

“We were one of the first care providers in the UK to use pay per click marketing back in 2005 – now, we’re looking at a much broader approach to our digital marketing strategy.

“We want to make sure the right people see our services, as it is really important for us to build on a very successful and award-winning 2012. ClickThrough Marketing was a stand-out choice to support our continuing expansion into 2013.”

ClickThrough Marketing’s commercial director and founder, Phil Robinson, said the company was excited about working with Helping Hands in 2013.

“Helping Hands provide an excellent live-in care service for people all over the UK,” Phil said.
“When we initially spoke to them about SEO, it was clear they were already very switched-on when it comes to digital marketing – but they had taken their activities as far as they could in-house.

“We are really excited about working on the Helping Hands campaign in 2013, and hope we can meet their excellent levels of care and service when working on their strategy.”

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For more information, please contact: Ali Harris, head of content at ClickThrough Marketing. Call +44 (0)1543 410 014 or email aharris(at)clickthrough-marketing(dot)com.

About Helping Hands:

Helping Hands has more than two decades of experience caring for, and supporting people who want help to live well independently. Its specialist staff provide 24-hour live-in care for elderly people with a range of conditions, including Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s, as well as offering help for younger people who need support to live independent lives.

With recognition from the National Dementia Care Awards, and glowing testimonials for its levels of customer service and care, Helping Hands is committed to providing high levels of personal support for all its customers. Helping Hands works closely with Dementia UK, to continually improve its training and resources and ensure it always provides the very best in live-in care and respite care.

About ClickThrough Marketing:

Based in Lichfield, Staffs, ClickThrough Marketing aims to be Europe’s No.1 digital marketing agency. Since 2003, the company has helped clients in the UK and abroad get to grips with Internet marketing, SEO, PPC, content, online PR and web design. A trusted agency, ClickThrough is committed to providing clients with the best in results, innovation and excellence. ClickThrough is included on the Recommended Agencies Register and is regularly featured as one of the world’s top linkbuilding and reputation management agencies by independent authority

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