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London, UK: Digital business information and research publisher E-consultancy (www.e-consultancy.com) has published the most comprehensive directory of new media and digital agencies in the UK, which now includes more than 2,500 listings and dynamic functionality to ensure the directory is up-to-date whenever it is downloaded.
First published last year, the updated directory contains key information on the majority of the UK’s estimated 3,000 new media agencies. Listings include a full agency description, client lists, area of expertise and contact details.
The 2004 New Media Agencies Directory is dynamic, ensuring that new listings appear in the report as soon as they have been approved and added to the website. Accordingly, agency personnel can edit their listing safe in the knowledge that the changes will be reflected in future downloads of the directory.
E-consultancy’s subscribers can take advantage of an enhanced listing, where search terms are optimised – great for internal and external search - and a colour logo is added. E-consultancy charges an annual fee of £99 for access to exclusive, best practice content, as well as roundtables, ‘Beauty Parade’ events, press release distribution and networking.
“This is the most comprehensive directory of UK new media agencies available and has always been a great source of leads and exposure for our users,” said E-consultancy CEO Ashley Friedlein.
“E-consultancy has become a kind of best practice hub for the new media industry, so it naturally follows that the vast majority of new media agencies in the UK use the site to raise awareness,” he added. “We are planning to launch additional features and tools to help these companies over the coming months.”
Download the 2004 New Media Agencies Directory now:
If your agency isn't listed you can add it for free - simply visit:
For subscribers, we can enhance listings with a logo and optimise search for better results - for more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
To subscribe, visit http://www.e-consultancy.com/about/membership.asp.
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Images of the publication, screenshots of E-consultancy.com and photographs are available of Ashley Friedlein upon request.
Since 1999 E-consultancy has provided UK e-business and marketing professionals with access to the best information and advice to help them get the most out of interactive channels:
* Information - Specially commissioned reports, white papers and guides as well as 100,000+ pages of articles, case studies and features from leading sources.
* Advice - Exclusive roundtable events, Beauty Parades, bespoke training courses, seminars, expert forums and a network of over 40 specialist e-business consultants.
E-consultancy charges for individual subscriptions and multi-user corporate membership as well as for consulting work. E-consultancy has over 15,000 registered users, 30% of whom are CEOs, Directors or Senior Management.
E-consultancy was co-founded in 1999 by Ashley Friedlein and Matthew O'Riordan. Ashley is a twice best-selling Internet author. E-consultancy's shareholders include Philip Redding, former Managing Director of Wheel, which he helped grow to the largest UK new media agency.
About Ashley Friedlein, CEO, E-consultancy.com:
Ashley Friedlein began his career in digital media at Pearson and Bloomberg, before becoming Lead Strategist at Wheel, where he successfully managed the development, delivery and ongoing maintenance of several major Internet sites, in particular for media owners.
Ashley is also the author of the books "Web Project Management: Delivering Successful Commercial Web Sites" and "Maintaining and Evolving Successful Commercial Web Sites: Managing Change, Content, Customer Relationships and Site Measurement" [Publishers Elsevier Science & Technology Books].
More information at: http://www.e-consultancy.com/book2/
For more information about this release or E-consultancy contact:
Chris Lake, Editor, E-consultancy
0207 071 8612
Published on: 12:00AM on 3rd February 2004