Branded3 has launched a new venture specialising in search marketing, led by Patrick Altoft, internet and social marketing expert with clients including Dial-a-Phone, Ling’s Cars (of Dragons Den fame) and AT&T.
With over 155 million websites online it can be hard to make yours stand out from the crowd. With approximately 75% of people using a search engine to find what they are looking for, paying attention to search engine optimisation can make the difference between a standard ROI and an outstanding ROI. Branded 3 Search will work with clients to improve their positioning on Google and other search engines, not only for their most profitable keywords but for thousands of less popular ones too.
Branded3 Search offers ethical SEO for long term gains through its social media expertise in blog marketing and social media. We offer an integrated service, with sister company Branded3 as the technical development partner. This allows for an improvement on usability and search engine visibility.
Patrick Altoft, Managing Director of Branded3 Search says
“In the past few years online marketing has evolved quickly and clients find themselves working with different teams of web developers, social media consultants and search engine optimisers. This not only adds to the overall cost but can also impact on the efficiency of the campaigns.

Branded3 Search offers the full package of services right from the design & development stage through to search engine optimisation, Pay-Per-Click, viral marketing, blog promotion and social media campaigns. Our blog consulting services are based on years of experience creating and editing some of the largest weblogs in the UK to give you the best chance of success.”

Branded3 is a digital agency specialising in a wide range of digital and technical production solutions. Branded3 Search is a natural extension to Branded3, creating an integrated development partner offering a full suite of services.

To find out more about Branded3 Search, or to arrange a visit call Patrick on 07967 827539 or email

Published on: 12:00AM on 11th February 2008