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Bigmouthmedia wins SEO contract for Wallis
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Global digital marketing company bigmouthmedia has announced that it has won the contract to implement an ongoing SEO campaign for online and high street women's fashion retailer Wallis. The contract will see bigmouthmedia build on Wallis's substantial online customer base by significantly growing the firm's search engine performance around its tens of thousands of products, specific product launches, promotions and seasonal sales.

The project draws on bigmouthmedia's strong retail expertise, which was recently on display when the agency published its "Innovations in Retail" white paper, which is still available from its site. Bigmouthmedia's extensive retail clients list includes SEO campaigns for other Arcadia Group brands such as Topman, Topshop, Burton, and Dorothy Perkins. The present project will also see the agency leverage its digital and technology expertise, particularly its command of optimising on enterprise retail solution WebSphere.

Beverley Imrie, head of ECommerce at Wallis / Arcadia group said: "We pride ourselves on understanding our customers in particular how and where they like to shop. Online forms a huge part of this picture and so it is essential that SEO holds a central role in our digital marketing strategy. Bigmouthmedia has a proven track record in the retail sector and has shown that it really understands our needs from day-to-day account management right up to being able to respond quickly to strategic and technological refinements."

Phil Gripton, MD at bigmouthmedia said: "This is a significant win for bigmouthmedia, not least because Wallis is one of the UK's most established retail fashion brands and fits neatly with our existing retail portfolio. We are looking forward to delivering on our commitment to service and quality by providing Wallis's customers with every opportunity to engage with them as a brand."

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