Thursday, 17 March 2011

NUDE Skincare selects 7thingsmedia for search marketing

London, UK – March 17, 2011 – 7thingsmedia, the performance-based digital marketing agency, has been selected to manage all search activity for luxury skin care brand NUDE Skincare.

Joining the agency’s luxury fashion client list, NUDE Skincare appointed 7thingsmedia after a successful PPC test campaign, driving considerable sales return to the NUDE Skincare website.

The agency will run the recently LVMH acquired brand’s pay-per-click and natural search activity, as NUDE Skincare looks to boost its use of digital marketing.

Annmarie Harris, Marketing Manager for NUDE Skincare said: “We are delighted to be working with the team at 7thingsmedia. After a highly successful campaign in 2010 we are happy to further commit to the search channel with 7thingsmedia. The agency shares our entrepreneurial spirit and have demonstrated their desire to contribute to the development of Nude’s business.”

Chris Bishop, Founder & Managing Director of 7thingsmedia said: “We are delighted to be leading NUDE Skincare’s digital marketing efforts. We’ve made some great strides already with a solid PPC campaign and we are confident we can further heighten the brand’s online expectations with an innovative holistic search engine marketing campaign.”

ENDS

Notes to editors:

7thingsmedia are a young, dynamic and entrepreneurial performance-based digital marketing agency with a proven track record of delivering hugely impressive returns for clients. With offices in both London and New York; 7thingsmedia’s services span the digital marketing mix including affiliate management, display advertising, lead generation, paid and natural search.

Client list includes: Agent Provocateur, Econsultancy, Gio Goi, Liberty, MARS, Secret Sales, Ted Baker, UNICEF, USC & Vosges Haut-Chocolat.

7thingsmedia – http://www.7thingsmedia.com

Contacts:
Chris Bishop, Founder & Managing Director, 7thingsmedia, 0207 017 3191 / 07740 340148, chris.bishop@7thingsmedia.com

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