Freelance SEO Essex Moves Up to EDA18 Headline Sponsor

April 6th, 2018
Freelance SEO Essex

Long term supporter of the Essex Digital Awards, Freelance SEO Essex (FSE), has stepped up to become Headline Sponsor for 2018.

The Great Baddow-based company – which is one of the leading providers of Search Engine Optimisation and pay-per-click management in the region – has moved up from Associate Sponsor, a position it has held at the EDAs since its first year in 2014.

Speaking on the decision to take centre-stage at EDA18, Director of FSE, Danny Hall, said: “We want to continue to support the Essex business community as much as we can,” he revealed.

“Since we got involved almost five years ago, the EDAs have grown to become one of the most important events in the county’s business calendar and they offer a brilliant platform for sponsors and winners to gain recognition for their work.

“We cannot wait to hear about some of the fantastic examples of businesses, charities and schools from across Essex driving their businesses forward with great results.”

The team at FSE will now announce the winners of the Best Website and Best Blog awards on stage at the Presentation Evening at Hylands House, Chelmsford on May 3rd.

The agency helps businesses from all industry sectors improve their Google rankings, manage social media and offers pay-per-click services.

It also offers link removal services and web copywriting packages.

Iain Johnson, from the EDAs team said: “We are thrilled to have Freelance SEO Essex as our Headline Sponsor for the first time.

“We have built a very strong rapport with them over the past few years and regularly recommend them to companies for SEO services on top of the work  they have picked up directly from sponsoring the EDAs.

“Their support to us is extremely valuable and we are couldn’t speak highly of them, this is an example of a great business relationship.”

For more information about Freelance SEO Essex or to book a free consultation visit or call 01245 477449.

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