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Hit Search launches Brand New Site with improved functionality and videos

Hit Search launches Brand New Site with improved functionality and videos

homepageHit Search have launched a brand new website which better illustrates the evolution of the company as it grows into a leading UK provider of online marketing and bespoke reputation management.

The company invested heavily in the launch of the site, which marks the first significant change in the short history of the company. It features improved visuals, functionality and brand new videos which quickly illustrate the importance of each facet of online marketing.

Importantly, the site is also mobile responsive, something that all businesses should be aiming for as the use of smartphones and tablets becomes more widespread.

For Andrew Redfern, Director of Hit Search, the message is that all companies that aim to benefit from their online presence should be prepared to invest.

He said: "The landscape of the internet industry is constantly changing, particularly in web design and online marketing; but the pace of change has never been higher than it is right now. Businesses need to embrace this change or risk being left behind by the competition.

"Whether by improving the responsiveness of the site to different devices or adapting to the latest SEO guidelines laid out by Google and other major search engines, it is important that your company website is ready to meet the challenges that lie ahead.

"As always, the user experience of the site should be the top priority but there are other things to consider. We’ve worked hard to make our site as content rich and informative as possible to meet the high standards laid out by Google, as per the algorithm updates like Google Hummingbird.

"We’ve also used the latest development technology to create a site that’s teeming with animation, vivid imagery and videos on each of the marketing disciplines we specialise in.

"The site is an example of the groundwork required to succeed in competitive online markets".

Are you a fan of the new Hit Search site? Is it easier for you to find the information and advice that you need? Let us know how you feel in the comments below.

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