High Position wins national SEO contract for Hillarys Blinds
October 26, 2008 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology NewsEssex-based search engine marketing consultancy High Position has beaten off stiff competition to win the account for the UK's largest blind manufacturer.
High Position, which specialises in organic search engine optimisation, has been chosen to put Hillarys Blinds websites at the top of the search engine rankings country-wide.
Terry Heffernan, Commercial Director for High Position, said: "We were up against several other agencies with a demanding brief. Hillarys Blinds were quite firm that they wanted to see stellar performance across all of its online brands.
"As one the UK's leading specialists in the field, we were confident of getting the contract, but in the end it was our passion for search engine compliance that won the day. We believe that we are very good at what we do and the amazing results we have achieved for clients proves that. We will bring this experience to our partnership with Hillarys Blinds."
Susan White, Online Marketing Manager, said: "We were extremely impressed with High Position's achievements and what they proposed to do for us. We look forward to a strategic partnership that will take us to new levels."
This latest win for High Position comes on the back of other major national successes, including Sony Europe, Lloyds TSB, Inchcape, Budget Car Rental, haart, Infospace and Denby.
With more than a decade's experience in the search engine field – including paid advertising and online public relations – Colchester-based High Position has grown to become one of the UK's most successful search engine marketing agencies.
The company is currently expanding into new premises in the town and is continuing with its growth strategy to strengthen its 40-strong team, which includes Head of Search Shaun Parker, Commercial Director Terry Heffernan – former IT Manager for GlaxoSmithKline, and Non-Executive Director Giulio Brunini, former Trade Marketing Director Yahoo! Europe, London and now CEO of BrandAmp.