MNA Media launches H1 Search

MNA Media launches new specialist search engine marketing agency

Leading regional news publisher the Midlands News Association (MNA) has launched a new digital agency to meet the demand for high-quality search marketing services.

Specialist search engine marketing agency H1 Search has gone live to offer a range of support for businesses and organisations looking to grow their results from online searches through the likes of Google and Bing.

Named after a tag used in web language HTML that is also vital in search engine marketing, H1 Search is designed to cater for clients wanting high-volume pay-per-click (PPC) and search engine optimisation (SEO) services.

The agency is focused on delivering data-driven paid search campaigns for clients. Every member of staff that handles a client account has received accreditations from search giants Google and Bing.

The agency’s ethos is to “drive growth through collaboration, research and analysis”.

H1 Search is the latest business to be launched by our business MNA Digital, the online arm of the Midland News Association, publisher of the Express & Star and Shropshire Star.

Andy Hill, the managing director of MNA Digital, said H1 Search will be a “high quality agency partner for customers looking for search marketing.”

“We intend to work with clients across a wide range of stages in their digital output, whether it is a business with an exact idea of what they’re looking for or a customer needing a little more guidance.

“H1 Search will work closely with each client to understand their needs to craft an effective results-driven digital strategy. No matter what the objective, the H1 Search team of search specialists will aim to help.”

The H1 Search team have worked for a host of clients when they operated as part of MNA Digital in Wolverhampton. The MNA publishes the UK’s biggest regional newspaper the Express & Star and its sister paper the Shropshire Star, which is the UK’s eighth biggest.

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