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Essex: 11th July 2012
Ex Cheeze Client Services Director, Mike Groves, has extended his range of online marketing consultancy services with a number of new projects.
These include social media consultancy and implementation services for a specialist brand agency working on the launch of an exciting new financial services brand, and an online reputation management project for a healthcare sector client.
These projects complement Mike's existing PPC Search, Search Engine Optimisation, Affiliate Marketing, Online Marketing Consultancy and Training services.
Commenting on the these latest projects, Mike said: “As business becomes increasingly social I've seen more demand for a holistic approach to search, social and other online media channels"
"There still appears to be a need for consultancy and hands on training and support, for businesses of all sizes - and a skills gap which makes finding appropriate agency or consultant support difficult for clients"
“Many smaller businesses are still not fully taking advantage of the ever changing range of channels available. And it’s also harder for smaller specialist agencies to get access to the right level of experience and expertise”
“I'm able to help both agencies and clients plug this gap and can provide a high level of expertise and experience – without the costs associated with the top regional and London based agencies.”
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Mike Groves Online Marketing Ltd offers agencies and clients a range of digital marketing services, from one off projects and strategic consultancy, to a fully fledged online marketing management service.
Based in Essex, Mike Groves Online Marketing Ltd is ideally placed to work with agencies and clients in London, Essex and the South East.
Published on: 10:35AM on 12th July 2012