New service from Swindon digital agency aims to debunk myths around small firms’ websites

December 17, 2013

Swindon digital marketing consultancy All Things Web has launched a service to help fledgling and small businesses get their websites noticed by both online search engines and all-important first customers.
The service was started as a result of a presentation made by All Things Web director Helen Moloney at a recent conference for female entrepreneurs. 

“Digital marketing is an area that is clouded by hearsay, myth and misselling, and while start-ups and small businesses need to be found on the web, they can spend a lot of their precious budget achieving very little in this area,” she said.

“The confusion and frustration felt by many was very clearly articulated by those who attended my presentation.”

The new service will help business owners and their staff understand what to prioritise when optimising their web presence. 

it includes a monthly hour of phone or email support and advice; a monthly ranking report showing the business’ position in the search rankings using five keywords and tracking against a major competitor; a monthly analytics summary tracking the business’ performance against its goals; a monthly newsletter containing tips and expert advice; free guides on subjects including how to use social media in business; access to a trusted and pre-qualified supplier network able to give advice on complementary aspects of marketing including web design, photography and PR; and a discount on additional services from All Thing Web.
It costs £99 plus VAT per month on an annual subscription.

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