Services

helping our clients interact with people, not consumers

We help web-users to find our clients’ products and services. We use a variety of approaches, including complex analytics data, relevant messaging and super-efficient campaigns on PPC, SEO and social media. All of this is measured, optimised and reapplied, delivering efficiencies and business growth.

Pay Per Click

Paid Search now accounts for a major spend for most marketing departments, so running it efficiently is key. Digital Clarity use their extensive experience to identify search terms and run a strategy specific to your goals. On average, our clients achieve over 34% ROI.
Some of our PPC services include:

  • PPC management
  • Keyword Research
  • Google AdWords
  • Bing Ads
  • Optimisation
  • Shopping
  • RLSA
  • Dynamic Ads
  • Reporting & analysis

Search Engine Optimisation

Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) goes beyond web results and ranking. At Digital Clarity, we know that converting potential customers is a blend of technical know-how and creative content management.
Some of our SEO services include:

  • SEO audit
  • Mobile SEO
  • Content creation
  • On-site optimisation
  • Local SEO
  • Structured data
  • Offsite optimisation
  • Online PR

Social media

Social media platforms provide a unique opportunity to connect with people and send a message that has the right content and context. Paid social media advertising can be a powerful element in your marketing strategy.
Some of our Social Media services include:

  • Social Advertising
  • Social Networking
  • Social Strategy
  • Display

Analytics

To convert customers, it’s vitally important to understand the customer journey. Why do they need your product? How do you break down the barriers to buying it? Digital Clarity can help you gain a deeper understanding through analytics. Highly experienced with platforms like Google Analytics, they can interpret the data and turn it into meaningful actions that increase conversions.
Some of our analytics services include:

  • Google Analytics
  • Third party analytics
  • Google Tag Manger
  • Attribution modelling
  • A/B testing
  • Analytics training
Conversion of browsers into buyers from Google search remains a major priority f
Conversion of browsers into buyers from Google search remains a major priority for brands as we head into the festive season. How does your business stack up? Talk to us @digitalclarity #seo

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Conversion of browsers into buyers from Google search remains a major priority for brands as we head into the festive season. How does your business stack up? Talk to us @digitalclarity #seo

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“If you’re not prepared to be wrong, you’ll never come up with anything or
“If you’re not prepared to be wrong, you’ll never come up with anything original.” - Ken Robinson

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“If you’re not prepared to be wrong, you’ll never come up with anything original.” - Ken Robinson

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High st. Ken #highstreetkensington
High st. Ken #highstreetkensington

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High st. Ken #highstreetkensington

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The march of the puffa. An art installation by Craig Costello for @moncler to ce
The march of the puffa. An art installation by Craig Costello for @moncler to celebrate the launch of their flagship Hong Kong store.  As part of the launch 1200 of these interesting pieces were given away. Nice! Picture via @telegraphfashion

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The march of the puffa. An art installation by Craig Costello for @moncler to celebrate the launch of their flagship Hong Kong store. As part of the launch 1200 of these interesting pieces were given away. Nice! Picture via @telegraphfashion

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Fever pitch! Leonardo da Vinci's Salvator Mundi (Saviour of the World) was bough
Fever pitch! Leonardo da Vinci's Salvator Mundi (Saviour of the World) was bought for $450 million (£342 million) in New York on Wednesday evening, becoming the most expensive artwork ever sold.

The painting, which was once part of Charles I's Royal collection and was sold for just £45 in the 1950s is the last remaining Leonardo in private hands.

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Fever pitch! Leonardo da Vinci's Salvator Mundi (Saviour of the World) was bought for $450 million (£342 million) in New York on Wednesday evening, becoming the most expensive artwork ever sold. The painting, which was once part of Charles I's Royal collection and was sold for just £45 in the 1950s is the last remaining Leonardo in private hands.

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Love the game, the grind, the bad moments and watch your accomplishments GROW. #
Love the game, the grind, the bad moments and watch your accomplishments GROW. #workhard #worksmart #garyvee #patience

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Love the game, the grind, the bad moments and watch your accomplishments GROW. #workhard #worksmart #garyvee #patience

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Tears as Azzurri miss World Cup finals for first time in 60 years #italia #footb
Tears as Azzurri miss World Cup finals for first time in 60 years #italia #football #worldcup2018 #russia

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Tears as Azzurri miss World Cup finals for first time in 60 years #italia #football #worldcup2018 #russia

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LinkedIn continues to drive growth for companies of all sizes. Learn how to maxi
LinkedIn continues to drive growth for companies of all sizes. Learn how to maximise the opportunities and results #digitalclarity #linkedin

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LinkedIn continues to drive growth for companies of all sizes. Learn how to maximise the opportunities and results #digitalclarity #linkedin

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