The Compensation Experts appoint The SEO Works

28th October 2020

Sheffield based digital agency The SEO Works have been selected to develop an SEO strategy for one of the UK’s leading personal injury brands The Compensation Experts, part of the mmadigital group of companies.

The SEO Works will be responsible for delivering an organic search approach that enhances their acquisition of new claimants across a multitude of different personal injury claim types, alongside their own multi-million pound paid search efforts.

“We researched a number of SEO agencies during our competitive pitch process and found The SEO Works to have a huge amount of competency in what we specifically need. Therefore we felt incredibly satisfied they were the right partner to help us achieve the growth we are seeking, alongside our own PPC efforts”, said Jonathan Corris, Senior Marketing Manager at The Compensation Experts.

Alex Hill, Director at The SEO Works added: “From the outset, the team and I felt we were a very strong fit for this project and their brief, given our experience and reputation for taking websites to the next level of organic visibility in an extremely competitive market. We look forward to commencing the campaign!”

The SEO Works specialises in SEO, PPC, web and paid social advertising and has clients across the UK and abroad in the eCommerce, health, education, finance and retail sectors.

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