Smarter Search, the Search Optimisation division of Swindon-based Smarter Media Ltd have partnered with Bristol-based Agency, LSG Creative.
According to Smarter Media Ltd, the working collaboration has allowed the two firms to ‘drive down’ operating costs through combining and sharing resources such as systems, processes and manpower. In addition to this, the firms have also enhanced their service offering as a direct result of a ‘collective mind approach’.
The firm started in 2011 as SOKP Media and have developed through a share buyout and rebrand which took place in 2014.
This latest move cements the working relationship with the signing of an official Partnership, Smarter Media Ltd, in Partnership with LSG Creative.
Karl Paul, Managing Director of Smarter Media Ltd said: “This is a fantastic development for our business and also for our customers. We’ve always had a dedicated and focused team but we now have more of it, our in-house expertise now spans 14 staff including developers, content writers, SEO strategists, designers, an admin team and key account managers.”
“The combination of driving down our costs and increasing our internal headcount allows us to focus more time on each client for longer each month, at no extra cost to the client. The reality for them is that they’ll see results even faster.”
The Partnership will be dual branded with Smarter Media continuing to be based in Swindon and LSG Creative based in their Bristol offices, operating through the use of technology and purpose-built systems.
Luke Sartain, Director of LSG Creative added: “Working with the team at Smarter Media for the past year or so has been great, we’ve been able to streamline a lot of our processes, implementing effective sales methods and set the businesses for serious scale. We have a combined client bank of over 250 SEO subscription customers and we’re signing new clients every day.”
For more information on Smarter Search take a look at their website: www.smarter-search.co.uk
Pictured above from left to right: Luke Sartain and Karl Paul