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SiteVisibility opens for business in Birmingham; bringing new online markets to local businesses.

SiteVisibility has been busy in 2012; we’ve grown our customer base, published more SEO and Social Media case studies showing huge RoI for our customers, attracted more top Search talent into the SiteVisibility team, the Internet Marketing Podcast has reached 1 million downloads, BrightonSEO exceeded 1000 delegates for the first time and now we’ve opened up our office in England’s 2nd largest City.

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SiteVisibilityKeane is a joint venture with one of the UK’s top creative marketing agencies, Keane Brands whose HQ is in Birmingham. The new venture combines the “digital brains” of SiteVisibility with the “beauty” offering of Keane Brands to provide a full suite of digital services to businesses in the Midlands and in particular to manufacturers and leisure sector operators.

This is particularly exciting for me having spent several years living in the beautiful Ironbridge Gorge and working in the Midlands for Tarmac plc and Carillion plc. I know that the area is full of ambitious and innovative British businesses who would benefit from effective digital marketing. Birmingham has a growing digital community and we look forward to investing in growing the local digital talent base to help local businesses to sell their products and services online.

To launch our Search Marketing services in the Midlands, we are hosting a Search and Display Marketing Seminar on 17th May at our new Birmingham office. Featuring a number of SEO and Display Marketing presentations by our team and a SEO case study from James Little, Partnerships Director of TopCashBack, we’re looking forward to sharing our knowledge with the members of the Midlands business community. If you work in the Midlands or are passing through on the 17th, please register here: http://svksearchinnovationseminar.eventbrite.co.uk

See you in Birmingham!

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