names.co.uk Select SearchQuest as Official SEO Partner
(M2 PressWIRE Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Digital marketing specialists SearchQuest have been named as the official Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) partner for names.co.uk, one of the UK's top domain name registrars.
Leading domain name and web hosting provider names.co.uk have selected Lancaster-based digital marketing agency SearchQuest as their preferred partner to provide Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) services to their clients. As one of the UK's first SEO companies, SearchQuest's expertise in digital marketing will complement the services provided by names.co.uk, allowing customers to create a strong and recognisable digital presence.
In an increasingly online world, it is important not only to register the right domain name, create an attractive website and have reliable hosting - services which names.co.uk excel in with their user-friendly interface and affordable packages - but also to invest in the right methods and techniques to bring your site to the attention of web users searching for your products or services. SearchQuest offer a range of integrated services to help their customers increase their online profile and naturally improve search engine positions, which will be a vital asset to customers of names.co.uk. For information on the packages available visit http://www.names.co.uk/site-promotion/seo.
As well as recommending SearchQuest's services to their customers, names.co.uk now includes Managing Director of SearchQuest, Vilayte Essa, as one of a panel of experts to provide free Online Business Training and webinars to their customers.
Of the partnership, Mr Essa said; "We are very excited about our new partnership with names.co.uk and really looking forward to being able to work closely with a company of this calibre. We believe that our expertise in digital marketing and SEO will really make a difference to customers of names.co.uk, helping them to increase their website's visibility and reach the audiences they deserve."
In addition, the partnership strengthens the position of names.co.uk, allowing them to offer their customers a complete solution for their website, taking them from domain registration to search engine results.
Stephen Ewart, Commercial Director at names.co.uk said, "We are thrilled to partner with SearchQuest as we've witnessed first-hand the results they deliver for clients. Our services get customers and their businesses online and we want to ensure that once there, they gain a strong online presence. SEO is key to this and to the long term success of any business online. We're confident that with SearchQuest's expert SEO service, our customers will get even more value from their websites."
names.co.uk provides professional online services for businesses and individuals including Web Hosting, Domain Name Registration, Email services, Office 365, Ecommerce solutions and a range of managed and unmanaged servers. names.co.uk has over 17 years' experience in the Internet industry and employs a team of nearly 200 expertly trained individuals across the UK.
names.co.uk is part of the DADA Group, an international group of companies who specialise in providing professional Internet services. As a group, they currently have over 1.7million domains registered and over 520,000 clients using their products and services.
For more information on names.co.uk and their services please visit their website at http://www.names.co.uk/.
Based in Lancaster, SearchQuest is one of the UK's leading digital marketing agencies. With over 14 years' experience in Search Engine Optimisation (SEO), digital marketing and web design they offer an expert service to a wide range of businesses, from home start-ups to global corporations. They offer a tailored solution for each client, using on-site optimisation techniques, content marketing and social media strategies where relevant to achieve natural and sustainable results.
For more information on SearchQuest and their services, please visit their website at http://www.searchquest.co.uk.
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