A Bristol-based digital marketing agency has won three new clients.
Loom is to provide services to energy switching service Flipper, as well as apprenticeship training and development specialist Lifetime Training, and software business Ghyston.
Flipper will be focussing on pay-per-click (PPC) services while work for Ghyston will be building upon its search engine optimisation (SEO), content and its PPC.
The company will also work on Lifetime Training’s PPC, paid social advertising, SEO and content.
Loom founder,Nikki Ellison said: “Here at Loom, we champion Flipper’s innovative approach to saving on energy bills and its overwhelmingly selfless and successful customer-first approach to business.
“We look forward to working with the team to build upon its digital growth strategy and drive its potential even further.”
Alongside the three new clients, long-standing clients include Permagard, ForrestBrown and Infinity Motorcycles.
Director of client strategy and co-owner Karen Pearce, added: “We are very excited to be working with Flipper, Ghyston and Lifetime Training.
“All three are innovative, Bristol-based companies and we are so pleased they have chosen Loom to help them with their digital growth strategy.”