Miromedia.co.uk wins new account from Concept Resourcing

Ian HancockCompany News


Midlands-based SEO agency Miromedia.co.uk are pleased to announce the addition of an exciting new client to their roster, having been appointed to provide search marketing services to recruitment specialists, Concept Resourcing.

Following a competitive three-way pitch with other local search marketing agencies, the Kenilworth agency were awarded the account by showcasing their expertise in search marketing and their results with other high profile and competitive clients.

Miromedia.co.uk will be responsible for increasing Concept Resourcing’s digital presence by utilising search and content marketing. As part of the brief, the online marketing specialists will also be training key members of the Concept Resourcing team on the use of social media and PPC advertising for recruitment.

Chris Short, Managing Director of Concept Resourcing, comments: “We are really looking forward to working with the team at Miromedia. We were impressed with their search engine and broad digital knowledge and the results they have achieved for other clients. The ‘value add’ advice and training is also a big win for me and my team”

Miromedia.co.uk Director, Ian Hancock, adds: “We are delighted by this win. We have in-house experience in using digital and search marketing to increase ROI in the recruitment sector. We’re looking forward to getting started and helping Concept Resourcing grow further”

Established in 2000 and now celebrating over 13 years of success, Dudley-based Concept Resourcing are one of the UK’s fastest growing, independent recruitment consultancies and operate across the IT, Engineering and Public Sector. Concept Resourcing are also the staffing partner to a broad and prestigious portfolio of clients in both the public and private sector, and are also an approved Government Procurement Service supplier.

This latest client win comes off the back of a recent string of business successes, which have seen Miromedia continue its record growth of 2013.