PRLog - Nov. 3, 2011 - CARDIFF, U.K. -- Liberty Marketing continue to push forward as the largest specialist online marketing agency in Wales, with four more key appointments and three internal promotions taking them to 14 full time employees.
Liberty new recruits (sm)
The online marketing firm welcomes Andrew Isidoro to the SEO and social media department. Previously, Andrew worked as an online marketer in the travel sector at Peter Sommer Travel. Former Leekes ecommerce executive, Amy Lyddon, joins Liberty’s Pay Per Click advertising team and will bring her experience to client Google AdWords accounts.
Holly Hartzenberg is a new addition to the content and web copywriting team after creating a strong portfolio as a freelance copywriter. Holly will now be charged with creating dynamic content for websites, blog posts and web articles. Graduate Rachel Bloom starts her online marketing career with Liberty as a link builder in the SEO team.
Kris Davies has been promoted to Operations Manager at Liberty, overseeing all client work and acting as the creative lead on projects. Over the last year, Kris has been a fundamental part of the development of the company saying, “Taking on this role is an exciting time for me and Liberty. We are attracting high profile clients from across the world and it is a joy to oversee the campaigns and work with the help to develop great strategies.”
Steve Morgan is taking over the R&D strategy for the firm after being promoted to Senior SEO Account Manager. Steve will be responsible for keeping client projects at the forefront of internet marketing by testing out advanced search engine strategies. Chris Gurner now heads up the PPC section as Team Leader.
Managing Director, Gareth Morgan commented, “Liberty has had a brilliant twelve months and it is the team that I have to credit for that. We are still a young business, but we have plans for much further growth and I can see Liberty as a hot bed of talent in our industry within the next few years.”
Liberty focus strongly on developing ethical search engine and social media marketing campaigns and this ethos is something that all new and existing employees take seriously. In this challenging and competitive market, the agency is thriving due to the quality of its team members and the work they produce.
Liberty Marketing will be present at the Think Digital event on the 11th November at the KuKu Club in Cardiff, talking about search engine marketing for businesses and the common mistakes to avoid.
Notes to Editor
Image Attached: New Liberty Faces – from left to right
Chris Gurner, Steve Morgan, Holly Hartzenberg, Andrew Isidoro, Amy Lyddon, Rachel Bloom, Kris Davies.
Liberty is the largest online marketing agency in Wales and one of the fastest growing in the UK.
Embargoed until further notice: Liberty will be announcing an industry first in the coming month; Innovative software that will be a game changer for the search engine optimisation industry. *release anticipated in November 2011*
They specialise in Search Engine Optimisation (SEO), Pay Per Click advertising management, website copywriting and social media marketing.
Liberty employs 15 members of staff with expectations to expand the team to 20 in 2012.
Liberty has helped to fill a gap in the market - a specialist agency that delivers an affordable, but above all ethical, SEO and online marketing service to businesses.
As an ethical agency, Liberty stays away from practices that produce short term results but inevitably harm a website’s ranking or a client’s brand.
Liberty’s client list includes Howells Solicitors, Van Compare, Millennium Stadium, Hopkins Law, BB International, Target Group, Ron Skinner, and over a hundred other businesses across the world.