SearchFlow launches new website and brand strapline

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17 April 2014


‘Making lawyers’ lives easier incorporated into Searchflow’s new logo

Following its acquisition in November by DMGi, SearchFlow has launched a new pre-logged in website and an updated brand strapline. The new ‘making lawyers’ lives easier’ strapline has been incorporated into the SearchFlow logo.

The website is content-rich with the inclusion of regularly updated conveyancing market news and insight. As well as a valuable information resource, the site is designed to be simple to navigate in a market where technology is becoming increasingly important.

The site will continue to be developed over the next few weeks with further functionality such as Live Chat and other new digital channels to provide feedback. The popular SearchFlow ordering platform remains unchanged by these recent enhancements, although new developments are planned for later in the year.

Perran Moon, Marketing Director said: “Using the latest digital marketing techniques and implementing user experience best practice, we have created a site to drive relevant content to our thousands of conveyancer customers. The website will support our promise of making lawyers’ lives easier and with a plethora of new initiatives planned for the coming months, this is a really exciting time for SearchFlow customers.”



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