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Twitter Professional Accounts

Have you heard of Twitter Professional Accounts? They’ve been gradually rolled out since April 2021 and you can now change your Twitter account from a standard account to a professional account. If you run a business, or if you wish to raise your brand awareness, we would recommend using Twitter Professional Accounts.

Twitter Professional Profiles allow you to display specific information about your brand or business, directly on your profile. A Professional Profile will enable you, for the first time ever, to have a unique and clearly defined presence on the platform, separate from the general user.

This is our Professional Twitter account (you can see “Advertising & Marketing Agency” in the profile, above our website):


Twitter Professional Account, One To Three new profile


Unfortunately the categories currently aren’t that great, so many of our clients have selected “Professional Services”. Here’s the current list you can select from:Twitter Professional Account, Category List


To change your account to a Professional profile, simply go to your Twitter profile and select “Edit Profile”. Scroll down to the bottom and you will see “Switch to professional”.

Twitter Professional Account, set up

You then need to select your category and click next. Then choose between “Business” or “Creators” (the latter is for public figures and influencers):

Twitter Professionals Account, Account Type

Additional functionality will be added over time.  You can read more here.

If you are having problems changing your account to a Professional account, please ensure your existing Twitter profile adheres to these rules:

  • You must not have a history of repeatedly violating the Twitter User Agreement.
  • You must have a complete profile with an account name, a bio, and a profile picture.
  • Your authentic identity must be clear on your profile. Your profile must not feature another person’s identity, brand, or organisation, nor does it use a fake identity intended to deceive others. Profiles that feature animals or fictional characters are ineligible unless directly affiliated with your brand or organisation. Parody and fan accounts are not eligible for Professional Accounts.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. Happy tweeting!

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Google My Business logo missing, contact Google Support

Google My Business logo missing and showing as 85% or 80% complete, but logo is there

Is your Google My Business logo missing?  We’re encouraging all of our clients to check their Google My Business listings and ensure they are still 100% complete.

We’re massive fans of Google My Business and if you’ve worked with us over the years, chances are you’ll have a listing.

We’ve noticed that over the last few days, several of the listings we manage are showing as 85% or in some cases 80% complete as the Google My Business logo is missing. However, in many cases, the logo has been there for years and we’ve never had a problem.

Google My Business logo
If you have this issue YOU DON’T NEED TO CHANGE YOUR LOGO. This is an issue with Google My Business. Here’s an official update from them in February 2021:

“Unfortunately, this issue is still occurring but there is no workaround at this time. Performance of your Business Profile or visibility of your logo are not affected and it’s is purely an interface error. We plan to have a resolution by the end of year, thanks for your patience.

For more information, See what’s new in Google My Business & read through our Google My Business Help Center.”

You can go also go on a live chat with Google if you would like to flag any issues with your listing.

If the live chat facility is not an option, you can ask Google to contact you via email instead. Hope this helps some of you!

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Facebook New Look Business Page 2020

Classic Facebook Vs New-Look Facebook for Business Pages

Facebook has gradually been rolling out a new look and this blog looks at some of these changes, along with sharing some hints and tips to help you get to grips with the new look Facebook. In our latest group Facebook workshop, we likened this to your favourite supermarket changing all of the aisles around – you know everything is still there but you might have to hunt a little to find it!

Whilst many of us had the option to revert back to “Classic Facebook” it looks like we are all being forced to move to this new version. Although Facebook has said that Classic Facebook would no longer be an option from September 2020, we still have a few clients on the old version (and we can still currently switch back to Classic Facebook ourselves). However, it’s only a matter of time before we will all need to use the new version so what do you need to know? (Please note the images are taken from a desktop, so things may look slightly different on a mobile version).

Facebook Business Page, Manage Page option

Updating your business page

You can access most things on your business page from the menu down the left hand side including Insights, Publishing Tools, Edit Page Info and Settings.

Facebook Business Page Menu

We recommend you click on each section and ensure you are happy with the set up of your Facebook business page.

Go through each section of the “Edit Page Info” to ensure everything is up-to-date including your contact details and your about section.

Also click on your settings to check who can post to your page, how messages and auto responses are set up along with tagging options etc.

Top Tip: Ensure you have more than one page admin under page roles (just in case something happens to your own Facebook personal account, this ensures you still have access to your Facebook business page).

New Format of business pages

The header of your Facebook page will have changed, so it’s even more important to ensure you are using the correct template for your Facebook business page, along with the correct headings / tabs. This can all be managed under settings and “templates and tabs”. For our page, we use the services template. Our reviews and services are important to us, so we have this information showing first.

We also recommend adding a call to action button e.g. “Contact Us”.

One To Three Marketing Facebook Business Page Cover

Top Tip: From your business page click on the button “View as visitor” so you can see how your page looks to others.


The best advice we can give you is to use Facebook’s Publishing tools, as this will give you access to more functionality (including Facebook polls). If you try and post directly from your business page, the functionality is limited (and doesn’t always work). We find it easier to use Facebook’s publishing tools when posting.

Facebook Business Page posting options

Top Tip: Mix up the type of posts you are sharing, including polls, Watch Parties, slideshows or photo albums.

Creator Studio

You can also use Facebook’s Creator Studio to create your posts (and even live videos). We find the Creator Studio is the best place to go if you are scheduling content ahead of time as you can easily see what you have scheduled from here. If, like us, you manage multiple Facebook pages you can also see everything at a glance from the Creator Studio. To access the Creator Studio, select Publishing Tools and then you will have the option to try the Creator Studio.

Creator Studio Facebook Business Page

Top Tip: If you want to view certain pages at a time, you can create “collections” so you can easily look at multiple pages in one go.

The best advice we can give you is play around with the new format and you will soon get to grips with it. We’ve already got used to the new format and find it easier to access everything now. If you get stuck or have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

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Google announces a large change for 2021 called the Google Page Experience Update

Google has recently announced a set of changes that will impact page rankings. Why is this big news? Firstly, Google doesn’t often announce when it is changing its algorithms, so when announcements are made we should really take notice. Secondly, we’ve been given 6 months’ notice. This has never happened before in the history of Google announcements, so we should all start to consider the changes we need to make.

What will these changes be?

In summary, from 2021 Google will start to rank your website based on “page experience criteria”. This means that your website will be judged on how users perceive the experience and if Google thinks your site provides a poor user experience, your pages might not perform so well on the search results. As these changes won’t go live until 2021, we have plenty of time to prepare. Google have called this the Google Page Experience update.

What is Page Experience?

Google has provided a detailed developer document on page user experience  but in summary you need to think about the end user experience, and these factors include:

  • Is your site mobile friendly according to Google (check here:
  • Page loading times (you can check this information in Google Analytics).
  • Is your site secure – we have always encouraged our clients to move from http websites to https. If you don’t have a secure site, we would encourage you to make this move now (speak to whoever hosts your site). You can check your site security here.
  • The page shouldn’t contain malicious (for example, malware) or deceptive content.
  • Does content jump around the page when it is loading?
  • We should avoid intrusive ads / pop-ups.

What are the metrics?

Page experience is already made up of these existing Google search ranking factors and Google calls them “Core Web Vitals”. These are measured as follows:

  • LCP (Largest Contentful Paint) – Measures loading performance. This should ideally be within 2.5 seconds of when the page first starts loading.
  • FID (First Input Delay) – Measures interactivity. This should ideally be less than 100 milliseconds.
  • CLS (Cumulative Layout Shift). This measures visual stability and should ideally be less than 0.1.

You can speak to your web developer to ensure your website meets all of these metrics.

What does Google say?

Google has specifically said that page experience is not a ranking score, but rather, each element within has its own weights and rankings in the overall Google ranking algorithm. The good news is that content is still King! This is something we have been telling our clients for 10 years – make sure you have good quality content on your website that people want to read.  Google made it clear that great content will still rank highly in Google Search, despite a poor page experience. “While all of the components of page experience are important, we will rank pages with the best information overall, even if some aspects of page experience are subpar. A good page experience doesn’t override having great, relevant content. However, in cases where there are multiple pages that have similar content, page experience becomes much more important for visibility in Search,” Google wrote.

We’ve got plenty of time to prepare for this update, but if you have any questions or if you would like to know more then please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Google Page Experience Update 2020-2021

10 Lessons Learned after 10 years in business

We are celebrating our 10th anniversary this month and wanted to share some lessons learned along the way!

Lessons Learned

Remarkably, 660,000 new companies are registered in the UK every year. That’s the equivalent to 70 new businesses being formed every hour.  60% of those new businesses will stop trading within three years, and 20% will close their doors within just 12 months. We therefore feel it’s a real achievement to reach our 10th birthday and here are top 10 tips.

1.The people you work with are the most important thing

Our first point has to be to thank everybody who has helped us along the way.  From the amazing clients we work with to our fabulous support team, we couldn’t have survived 10 years in business without you all. It’s also worth mentioning the relationship between us. Although we’ve been friends for 30 years it’s our identical work ethic which has really made One To Three work. We feel very lucky to have each other and we’re in touch on a daily basis, whether it’s discussing the latest enquiry, how we’re working on a project together or running ideas past each other.  We honestly don’t think One To Three would work without each other.

2. You won’t win every project and that’s ok

The memory of our first ever prospective client meeting still makes us chuckle! We arrived in Windsor, heels and lippy on, PowerPoint presentation at the ready on a HUGE lap top (we weren’t earning enough for swish Macbooks then!), business cards, handouts – you name it. Thinking back to this meeting we’ve said to each other we can’t even really remember what the prospect was after! We bombarded him with our scripted PowerPoint,  told him everything we’d ever done in the field of marketing and came away with ….unsurprsingly….nothing!

No experience is wasted though and never again did we turn up to a meeting with ‘all the gear and no idea.’ We now pride ourselves on being ‘just us’ and for taking the time to ask the right questions of a prospective client and prepare, prepare, prepare whether it’s for a 1-2-1 or a large client proposal!

3. Just say no!

Those of you of a certain age will be singing this tune from “Grange Hill.” Well, it took us a good few years to ‘just say no’ but a massive lesson learnt is that it’s ok to not take work on. Sometimes the timing isn’t right, the project is too big or too small, the area of expertise doesn’t quite fit or there might be a client clash. No isn’t a bad word. In fact it’s a great word because used in the right place at the right time saying no is extremely empowering (and has most certainly kept us sane over the years).

4. Work with other specialists

Just saying no, leads us nicely on to referring any work that doesn’t “fit” to the people who can really help.  We’re very honest with any new enquires and know where we can help best. In fact some prospective clients have fed back how refreshing it is to be totally upfront and honest.  So if somebody wants a complex Facebook Advertising campaign, or running an all singing all dancing Google Ads campaign, we surround ourselves with specialists who we can send them to.

5. Know your skill set and where you want to work

When we first started back in 2010 we were offering all sorts of marketing support from corporate communication channels, event management to PR.  However over the years, we’ve realised how we can help our clients the best and more importantly the work that we actually enjoy doing.

When we look back at how far we’ve come since 2010 we’ve got reason to pat ourselves on the back and one of the most successful journeys we’ve been on is to become sought after social media and SEO trainers.

We put the work in, of course, but we’ve developed ourselves into professional trainers who regular run group and 1-2-1 workshops with businesses in and around Bucks and Berks.

We still get that flutter of nerves and adrenaline before we run a course but that’s a good thing and we will continue to learn ourselves so our training becomes better and better.

Knowing the areas you want to work in and how you want to work will certainly make your job more enjoyable. Whilst we work with a wide range of companies, when new business enquires come our way we know immediately which ones we will be able to help the most and this is how our business will continue to grow, with our support team helping along the way.

6. Push out of your comfort zone

Whilst saying no is a good thing, sometimes a project comes along on a very large scale, but you know you have the skills you have to do it, it’s just a little bit daunting at the time.  We’ve had several occasions where we’ve been asked to present to large audiences or travel to places further afield. We’ve also set up webinars and trusted the technology to take our training all over the World (as far a field as the USA and Canada). We’ve also seen some of our larger clients go though massive change, with changes in senior management and we’ve been to some pretty full-on meetings.  However the scale of this work doesn’t mean we can’t do it.  Sometimes we have to pinch ourselves that “little old us” has been involved in such big projects.  However pushing out of your comfort zone gives a real sense of achievement (and also makes the day-to-day stuff seem so much easier).

7. Networking

Joining a networking group is the single best decision we made for our business. It’s brought countless clients our way, amazing contacts who we now outsource to, training, support and friendship.

When we began networking back in 2010 we joined WIBN in Maidenhead and we joined together! It took us back to our A-level English class where we’d sit together, petrified that Mrs Jones would ask us a question about Chaucer!

It wasn’t long before we were brave enough to network separately, spreading our net. After all there were no scary Mrs Jones’ at WIBN and Athena, only lovely friendly ladies – many of whom we still network with today.

8. Flexible working wins!

The whole point of setting up One to Three Marketing was so that we could work flexibly around our families and without a doubt we’ve achieved that. We love that we are able to do the school drop offs, watch sports fixtures and plays and still get to do the job we love. Some days we might not be at our desks much at all, but the world doesn’t stop spinning and we can work that evening.

We now have extra virtual members of our team who do regular work for us and we don’t mind if they work at 2 in the afternoon or 2 in the morning! We are huge advocates for flexible working and hope to see more businesses embrace it in the future.

We’ve also learned it’s ok to let others know our hours.  We don’t want to be in client meetings or on conference calls when our children are home from school (even though they are all teenagers now) and all of our clients are totally respectful of this (and in fact lots of them work in a similar way).

9. It’s ok to be happy with where you are

We get lots of advice from well-meaning individuals encouraging us to grow the business, employ staff and perhaps even set up a joint premises.  Whilst sometimes these thoughts cross our minds we know that what we currently have works well for us and our families.  We don’t want to have a huge company to float on the stock exchange (although retiring in the Caribbean does sound attractive)!  Seriously, we think it’s ok to say we’re happy with what we’ve got and we don’t want to be managing teams of people and working longer hours than we do now.  That’s not to say we’re not ambitious and that we don’t want to succeed.  We’re just content with what we have. It’s more important for us to have time in our busy weeks to fit in some exercise, go on a dog-jog or even meet up for one of our board walks.

10. Proving that mixing business and friendship can and does work

There were a few cynics when we joined forces in 2010. Would our friendship crash and burn? Was business worth testing our friendship? Well, to those cynics….look at us now!! We’re not saying it would work for everyone but we are lucky to share a very similar outlook on business and life and it’s fair to say never in these 10 years have we shared a cross word. We totally have each other’s backs, are 100% honest with each other and wouldn’t want to be in partnership with anyone else.

Of course we’ve learned loads more over the years but these things really stand out to us – here’s to the next ten!!!

Our Top Ten Free Tools for Digital Marketing

To celebrate our 10th anniversary of being in business, we’d like to share our top 10 free tools which we couldn’t live without when it comes to digital marketing.

  1. Google My Business – Every business owner should have a Google My Business listing. It’s free and appears at the top of the page for local search which is amazing for your Google rankings. Google My Business functionality continues to grow on a regular basis. Read our blog about making the most of this great free tool.
  2. Google’s Keyword Planner tool – Anybody who works with us knows the importance we place on keywords.  We encourage all of our clients to consider which keyword phrases they want to be found for and then RESEARCH them. Keyword phrases are not just for your website! They should be used on your LinkedIn profile, your blogs and your social media posts.
  3. Google Analytics – It’s the first thing we do when we start working with anybody; ensure they have Google Analytics on their website.  It’s our favourite tracking tool and this is a must-have for every website owner. Again it is free and only takes a couple of minutes to install on your site. You can make all kinds of decisions from Google Analytics and review what’s working well and what needs changing.
  4. Google Alerts – Struggling for things to say on social media?  You can search for any topic on Google Alerts and you will find everything in today’s press on that subject!  You can even set up daily and weekly alerts around your keywords to ensure you don’t miss any latest news.
  5. Pixabay – We’re always telling our clients about the importance of good imagery.  You should always use an image or video on any social media posts. Please be careful of copyright on images (you can’t just use any image from Google as you might get fined).  Pixabay has a whole bank of images and videos which are royalty free.  Simply visit the site and type your keyword or theme into the search bar.  Our tip is to scroll down and go past the first page, so you don’t end up using the same images as everybody else.
  6. Canva – You don’t need to be a graphic designer to create your own bank of images.  Canva is really simple to use and creates images in the right size and format e.g. Facebook covers, LinkedIn banners and Instagram posts. You can use your own images and add wording, contact details and even photos.
  7. StorySwag – There are various apps to create moving images and videos but we love Wordswag. So simple to use and you can create videos and tell stories quickly and easily, again adding words over your images and they even have a bank of quotes and jokes you can tap into.
  8. Hootsuite – We’ve tried various social media management tools but Hootsuite has always been a firm favourite.  It’s easy to set up and you can manage all of your social media platforms from one place. Please note that the free version allows up to 3 social media platforms with the scheduling of 30 posts at any one time, but for most small businesses this is sufficient.
  9. Mailchimp – If you are sending any form of email communication to a group of people we always recommend using an email campaign tool so that you can measure open rates, see who clicked through and follow up accordingly.  Our favourite email tool is Mailchimp. You can set up your own templates to use time and time again.
  10. CollageMaker – Finally if you are looking for a way to display multiple images in one frame, we suggest CollageMaker.  There are a wide number of layouts and designs and you simply upload your photos.  You can add texts, frames and even emojis to really make your imagery stand out.

There are lots more free tools available to help with your digital marketing, but these are the ones that stand out for us and the ones we use on a weekly basis.  Have you got any free tools that you’d add to to the list? We’d love to hear from you!

Free Tools For Digital Marketing

Making the most of your Google My Business Listing

Every business should have a Google My Business listing! It’s free to set up and when done properly, performs brilliantly in local search.  We’ve been telling our clients for nearly 10 years that they should be making the most of Google My Business and this message is increasingly important in today’s competitive market. In recent months we’ve been seeing Google My Business listings appearing in more searches than websites.  The functionality is changing all of the time, so here are some top tips to make the most of your listing.

Create your listing

Creating a listing couldn’t be easier! You just need a free Google account to get started. Go to Google My Business and follow the steps, completing as many fields as possible:

Ensure your listing is complete

Ensure you have a listing that is 100% complete as listings that are incomplete won’t perform well in searches.  Google will tell you what you need to do to get to 100% complete on the “home section”. Ensure you add your business hours and include your keywords in your description.  Add photos under every category and add products or services. Ensure you update the areas in which you work too, which is brilliant for local search. The more information you can add, the better. Make it clear and easy for potential clients to get in touch with you.

Add posts 

Now you can add even more information to your listing by adding posts (read our blog about Google My Business posts).

In order to keep posts against your listing for a period of time, you need to create offers and events.  These can be listed with an end date of up to one year in advance and will sit against your listing until that date.  If you offer a free initial consultation, then set this up as an offer against your listing.

Short name

You can now add a profile short name to your Google My Business listing. Please ensure you do this, otherwise your listing will go back to 85% complete (which will impact your rankings).

Our recommendation is to include your business and geography if possible, separated by underscores (limited to 32 characters).

By adding a short name to your listing, you will also get a link to easily send to your customers for Google reviews (much easier and quicker than the old method).

Get reviews and respond to reviews

It’s really important to ask your clients to review you on Google.  If they take the time to leave a review, please ensure you respond (this also has an impact on how you are ranked).

Keep an eye on Insights

Google My Business Insights will show you how well your listing is performing for you.  Not only will it show you the number of searches, it will also show you the search terms people have used to find your business, along with how much traffic your listing is driving to your website.

Continue to revisit your Google My Business listing as new functionality is being added all of the time.  Keep your listing up-to-date and add fresh content (just like any other social media platform). If you need any help setting up a listing or if you have any questions, then please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

7 tips to help your summer marketing

Summer holidays and summer marketing don’t seem to mix, or do they? The summer holidays are fast approaching and people are increasingly taking more time off work as some business seems to go “on hold” during August. We were recently asked for our top tips as to how to keep your marketing going over the quieter summer months.

Here are 7 tips as to how small companies can keep things “ticking over” during busy holiday periods.

  1. Make the most of scheduling tools for your social media, such as Hootsuite or Buffer. You can schedule messages for while you are away. Social media is a great way to stay in touch with your networks over the holidays. You can also use Facebook‘s own scheduling tool to share content during the holidays and even boost your boosts while you are away to reach a larger audience. Find out how to make your social media posts authentic and credible in our latest blog post.
  2. Newsletters or email campaigns are also a really good way of keeping in contact. Again with tools like Mailchimp or Constant Contact you can schedule these for any time to suit you and your business.
  3. A good way to keep things ticking over is via a blog – A once a month update can keep the content of your website fresh and interesting. This can also drive the subject matter for your social media, so your marketing becomes “joined up” and focused. Our top tips for blog writing can be found here.
  4. While we are on the subject of websites, small amendments like updating your client list and adding some latest customer testimonials will keep your site current and up-to-date. We’ve shared our top tips on improving your Google rankings here.
  5. Make the most of visiting networking groups. If people are away, now is an ideal time to offer to sub for them, a great opportunity to visit different groups and meet other like-minded business people. Who knows, you might even pick up some new business along the way.
  6. Remember to update your Google My Business listing. You can add special hours, to suit your summer working schedule. It’s also a good idea to add an event or an offer that lasts over the Summer, as this will appear against your listing until the end date (rather than posts which drop off after a fortnight).
  7. Finally have you considered some reporting during the quieter summer months? Ensure your website has Google Analytics and use this to track which areas of your website are working well and which areas need improvement. You can use the quieter summer time to work on any problem areas so you are raring to go in September.

Are there any other tips you’d like to share? We’d love to know if we’ve missed anything to help your summer marketing!

Summer marketing

Google’s June 2019 Core Update and what it means for your website

The 2nd June 2019 will be marked as an important day in Google Updates’ history because for the first time ever, Google announced the roll-out of a major core algorithm change IN ADVANCE!

In short this means we should all take notice!

The roll out took 5 days in total from the 3rd June – 8th June. Here’s what we know:

There has been a lot of discussion about Google’s June 2019 Core Update on social media, with lots of speculation as to what the changes actually mean for website owners. Some companies have already reported large drops in website traffic and falling off the search results.  CCN’s traffic from Google searches dropped more than 71% on mobile overnight, causing the company to shut down temporarily, blaming Google’s Core Update as the reason (N.B. they have since released a statement to say they are trying to work things out with the help of Google and SEO experts) . The Daily Mail has also reported a huge loss in website traffic. You can read more here.

Something to bear in mind is that Google constantly updates their algorithms, often multiple times per day. The fact that Google made the announcement prior to the update suggests that the changes are big. However, nobody knows for sure exactly what these changes are yet and we will need to wait over the coming weeks to see how this pans out. One of the updates is that Google will stop returning multiple listings for most search results (apart from exceptional circumstances). This is due to Google’s domain diversity update which was rolled out between the 2nd-4th June 2019. You can read more about this update here.

Our advice for now is to continue to use use good practices and let’s monitor what changes roll out over the coming weeks. We are encouraging our clients to:

  • Keep an eye on Google Analytics data to measure any drop in traffic.
  • Keep an eye on keyword positioning in search results.
  • Use Google’s Search Console to track the keywords people are using to visit a website.
  • Continue to make the most of Google My Business listings, as these continue to perform brilliantly for local search.

If you have any questions or if you are concerned about your website’s performance, then please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

June 2019 Core Update

Introducing our experts in Google Ads

We’re often asked by our clients what do we think about Google Adwords. We think they are brilliant if you are trying to reach a wider audience and want to get ahead of your competition on Google. Organic SEO (the natural listings that we like to work on with our clients) and Google Ads should work together and complement each other to drive more traffic to the right pages of your website.

We are therefore delighted to announce that we have teamed up with Dominic Renshaw and the team at Ad-Extra, who are now working as our preferred partner for all things Google Ads!

Google Ads Expert Reading BerkshireWe were trained on Google Ads by Dominic, so we have a good basic understanding and we were really impressed with Dominic’s knowledge and experience.

We have seen first hand the results that can be achieved through Google Ads managed by Dominic’s team, so we’re excited to be working together.


If you answer “yes” to any of the below questions, a Google Ads’ campaign could be for you.

  • Do you want to turn Google into a revenue stream for your business?
  • Do you want to appear at the top in searches by prospects who are actively searching for your service?
  • Are you more interested in targeted Google Ads marketing that generates results, rather than broad marketing with no provable income?
  • Do you want to remarket your services to customers who have visited your website, but not bought from you yet?
  • Would you like to know exactly how your website and ads are performing on Google, so that you can maximise your investment?

If you are looking for somebody to set up and run ongoing Google Ads’ campaigns, we would be you in the very capable hands of our friends at Ad-Extra.  Interested to find out more? We’d love to put you in touch!

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