(PRWEB) June 21, 2012
Digitalis Reputation, specialists in the field of Online Reputation Management, who utilise proprietary technology in order to analyse and manage search engine results pages, have hired Darren Fullerton, former Head of SEO and Social at Omnicom Media Group Agency PHD Media. At PHD, Darren developed a strong SEO and Social Media team working on clients such as ING Direct, Sainsbury’s and helping win new business such as Pandora. Prior to PHD, Darren headed up SEO at Aegis Media’s Diffiniti. Darren’s employment is effective immediately and will be based in Digitalis’s new Mayfair office following their relocation from Southwark, a move fuelled by expansion and a desire to locate closer to the core of their client base – in Mayfair and the West End.
Dave King CEO Founder of Digitalis Reputation said: “We’re delighted to have Darren on board. Darren was the outstanding candidate in a rigorous recruitment process which was designed to find someone with our same high quality and delivery expectations. Having someone of Darren’s experience and gravitas is essential as we continue our rapid growth.”
“Our clients use us because we utilise a strategic, data driven approach to formulate the most effective strategies for them. Darren’s appointment enables us to continue to improve our offering and expand our skill set by harnessing his knowledge and experience.”
Fullerton will oversee Digitalis Reputation’s client strategy and will lead a team of 15. Fullerton joins Digitalis Reputation’s Senior Management team alongside Dave King, CEO; Steven Hall, CFO and Tim Waddington, Client Services Director.
About Digitalis Reputation:
Founded in 2009 by Dave King (CEO), who is a qualified lawyer, Digitalis Reputation deploys technology, which was developed in house, in order to monitor the online landscape for clients. This in turn enables them to deploy strategic SERP Management in crisis situations for clients in a variety of sectors such as finance, utilities, consumer retail brands and private HNW individuals.