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Great news from e-strategy – Exeter Business Network members!

October 3, 2012

Digital strategy paying off for Torbay tourism

The English Riviera Tourism Company engaged e-Strategy to assist with the strategic planning of their new website and to undertake a managed digital marketing campaign which encompassed SEO, paid search and social media.

The impact has been impressive with visitors to the website increasing by 70 per cent, referring visitors from Google increasing by 92 per cent and visitors from social media platforms, such as Facebook, increasing by 462 per cent on 2011.

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e-Strategy approved as a recommended agency

We are delighted that we have approved as a recommended agency by RAR. Our recommended status is an independent quality mark of our award-winning digital marketing work.

RAR (Recommended Agency Register) offers an independent platform for businesses to search for suitable agencies based on existing client ratings and reviews.

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e-Strategy selected for the BIMA digital initiative

e-Strategy will be one of a select group of digital agencies across the UK participating in and supporting the BIMA initiative.

The BIMA D-Day initiative is designed to link schools and digital agencies to make young people aware of the opportunities that exist in digital across a broad range of disciplines and to arrest the current UK wide skills shortage in our industry.

D-Day will take place on the 10th October 2012 and the e-Strategy team are looking forward to spending the day at a school in St Austell, Cornwall.

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