Conscious team expands to meet increased demand

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12 June 2014


Conscious Solutions expands team with addition of Russell Gregory, search marketing manager

Since the beginning of 2014, Conscious Solutions, the UK’s largest provider of website & digital marketing services to the legal sector has more than doubled its planned client acquisition.  In response to this demand their team is expanding.

Russell Gregory and Jamie Stevens have both joined the business in the role of Search Marketing Manager.  David Gilroy, Director of Stuff & Things, commented “Search engine optimisation has been a service we have always provided to clients and with the recent addition of our Social Media Marketing service we needed to expand our team.  Bringing in two experienced search engine optimisation and social media professionals shows our commitment to providing the best service we can for law firms, this also frees up time of our Account Managers to be working on different projects with our clients.

Russell Gregory was most recently working for Click Intelligence and Strategy Internet Marketing and prior to that he was a Senior Manager Smart Traffic, one of the UK’s largest providers of SEO services.

Jamie Stevens is joining the Conscious team next month and comes direct from Smart Traffic where he been an SEO Campaign Manager for over two years.

David continues “search engine optimisation and social media marketing should be a key part of any law firm’s marketing mix and with more and more clients and prospects using online as part of their law firm selection research, firms have to ensure that their “digital footprint” is at least a size 12!”



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