Hat-trick of client wins helps Toinfinity go beyond its expectations

February 18, 2014

Swindon digital marketing consultancy Toinfinity is celebrating a strong start to 2014 with three new client wins.

Toinfinity, launched by managing director Al Keck in 2005, specialises in helping businesses become more profitable through generating more leads, attracting and retaining customers, and building relationships.

Its new clients are Nottingham-based Gill Marine, a long-established manufacturer and retailer of sailing clothing and accessories, Logistics Job Shop, an independent specialist recruitment board for the logistics sector based in Bristol, and Tileflair, which sources and sells quality tiles from around the world in a chain of stores across the South.

Al Keck said: “We get to know all our clients individually, and work very closely to ensure our digital marketing strategy dovetails with their existing marketing.

“For example, having previously focussed on its wholesale and product development, Gill has brought us in to improve its UK online offering, increasing traffic and sales to agreed targets.”

Logistics Job Shop has tasked Toinfinity with helping it improve its search engine visibility and growing its online leads with search engine optimisation and pay-per-click advertising.

Tileflair also wants Toinfinity to look at search engine optimisation and pay-per-click advertising, having initially engaged the team’s input with the redesign of its website.

Tara Staniforth of Logistics Job Shop said: “We liked Toinfinity’s open, clear-cut approach, so they were the obvious choice when it came to finding help with our online presence and pay per click advertising campaigns.”

Al added: “We’re really excited to be working with all three new clients, and helping them to grow their sales and their customer bases. It’s a great start to the year for Toinfinity.”

The firm says it delivers on average a 900% return on investment for clients. It is also working with Business West as a key provider in Wiltshire for the Superfast Business Program, funded by the European Regional Development Fund.

Qualifying businesses receive up to 12 hours of fully-funded advice and specialist support from Toinfinity. 

Pictured, from left: Kirsty Trainer, Daniel Kingshott, Colette Grattan, Jo Pearce, Lol Lowe and Al Keck



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