FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
No Pork Pies offers ecommerce expertise.
Brighton, England – 1st August, 2013 - Brighton based digital marketing agency, No Pork Pies, have today announced a rebrand as ‘The Conversion Agency’, with a specialist focus on e-commerce.
No Pork Pies have worked on accounts such as Claims Direct, giffgaff and thomsonlocal.com over their three and a half year existence in such areas as SEO and Social Media Marketing. Today they have evolved their direction to focus on Conversion Optimisation, Usability and Web Development, as well as their previous marketing channels of Paid Search, Email and Affiliate Marketing. These services combine to offer an e-commerce specialism to maximise clients’ conversions through digital channels.
Adam Lee, No Pork Pies founder and Managing Director said, "much like all digital agencies we have to evolve and show we are experts in what we do. Our new direction isn't really a change for the company as we have been offering conversion optimisation, design and development to our clients for almost a year now. We completed the build of the thomsonlocal.com business hub nearly six month's ago so we aren't just starting up within this space.”
“The change is more of a specialist direction. Our services have helped our e-commerce clients excel through our ability to offer design and development for A/B testing and our in-depth analysis allows us to see the full picture right through to conversion, helping to identify core opportunities through data insights. With so many e-commerce websites performing below par due to poor user experience and lack of mobile device support, it made sense to package all of these services into an e-commerce specialism to help companies generate more business through their website."
No Pork Pies have launched their new website, built using the latest Responsive Design coding to work across all devices seamlessly. They have also rebranded with the strap line 'The Conversion Agency' to emphasize their focus on conversion based services and specialism in e-commerce.
To add to this there is also the rare option of performance related pay model, Adam Lee explained why: "We are offering four pay models for our on-going marketing services, including a performance related model. Companies regularly ask us if we work on performance pay models and in the past we’ve avoided it due to unpredictability within SEO and Social Media, as well as difficulty to track client's conversions. By focusing on 'controllable' digital marketing (Conversion Optimisation, PPC, Email, on-site SEO and Affiliate Marketing) we will have complete influence over what to target and what to turn on/off. By focusing on e-commerce we are able to track the full sales processes from initial action to final sale. These are two key areas that make performance related pay models possible, plus we have the expertise to be able to improve these channels."
To tie in with the rebrand No Pork Pies are offering companies the chance to win a free e-commerce website by signing up to their newsletter. Details and an entry form can be found here – competition link
For more information on No Pork Pies and their services please visit their website or call them on the details below:
4th Floor, Claremont House
95 Queens Road
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