Fireworks at PSG as it celebrates the launch of new website

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6 November 2012


PSG, one of the market leading providers of searches and reports for conveyancers in England and Wales, is pleased to launch its new website: www.psgconnect.co.uk.

The new site has been developed with the client in mind with the national part of the site portraying the corporate credentials and heritage of the company. For the first time the national network of local offices, the company’s true USP, have their own sub domains or microsites. These contain information such as profiles of the staff, details of local events and CPD seminars arranged by PSG offices and demonstrate PSG’s unique mix of professional and personal service.

The site is designed to give more information, service and support than ever before to existing customers and those wanting to find out more about the company and what it has to offer them and their clients.

As well as containing a wealth of information about the company and the services it can provide, it is also the access point to PSG’s state-of-the-art online ordering platform.

A first in social media

The site – www.psgconnect.co.uk – also links visitors directly to PSG’s Linked In account and allows them to follow the company on Twitter. By embracing these social media platforms it marks an exciting move forward for the company.

Industry news and events

The site features news and events sections at local and national level and combine with the social media tools that have been incorporated into the site enabling PSG to engage with clients and potential clients at every opportunity, keeping them informed of relevant industry news and events that may be of interest to them.

Andrea Glover, managing director of PSG, says of the new site, “This is a tremendously exciting time for PSG to launch our new website. It’s been developed by listening to what both our clients and our local offices want from our online presence. The new website combined with our personal, local service enables us to provide a unique, unrivalled offering within the conveyancing marketplace.”



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