Keyword-research company Wordtracker (www.wordtracker.com) has appointed Justin Deaville as Marketing Manager.

Prior to joining Wordtracker Justin was marketing manager at one of the world’s largest financial-publishing companies, Euromoney Institutional Investor.

After graduating from the London School of Economics (LSE), Justin worked as a management consultant for market research company Datamonitor. His experience over the past 10 years has included freelance working, and teaching presentation and communications skills to senior managers in both the public and private sectors. Clients included Freshfields law firm, the Department of Work and Pensions, the Foreign Office, the Royal Bank of Scotland, and Amerada Hess.

“Justin’s role is crucial in the continual development of Wordtracker’s offering to our customers. He’ll be developing subscription revenues, new business and cross selling, building strong third-party relationships and streamlining our marketing systems, which together with his excellent organisational skills and an eye for detail made him the ideal hire,” said Ken McGaffin, CMO, Wordtracker.

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For further information on Wordtracker and its services please contact:
Karen Durham-Diggins at kddPR
T; 0044 (0) 20 8989 2541
E: kdd@easynet.co.uk
M: 0044 (0) 7808 584 624

Editors Notes:

About Wordtracker:
Wordtracker (http://www.wordtracker.com ) is a privately owned London business that started in 1997 and provides keyword research services to search engine marketing professionals and website owners worldwide

To succeed online clients need to know what keywords users are searching for and then type into a search box. Wordtracker provides thousands of clients throughout the world with that specialist information.

The Wordtracker Academy was launched in May 2006 (http://www.wordtracker.com/academy ), which is dedicated to helping websites achieve success and profitability online. The Wordtracker Academy publishes expert articles, case studies and tips and tricks that help people maximize their ROI from keyword research.

Clients include Monster.com, MarketPosition.com, iExposure.com, Hearst Publications, AsktheBuilder.com, ParkSeeds.com, BrowserMedia.co.uk and a host of other search engine optimization companies.

Published on: 2:24PM on 26th August 2009