Wildshark making big waves in business
A search engine optimisation and inbound marketing company from St Annes has proved itself to be a major player in its industry despite only starting to trade just over a year ago and having invested almost nothing when starting up.
After trading for only 15 months, Wildshark - based on Orchard Road, Lytham St Annes - has built up a six-figure turnover business without having to take a single penny of investment or borrow any business loans. The business is continuing to organically grow by securing larger contracts for well established companies based on their own success.
“I’m really proud of the business growth we’ve managed to achieve in such a short space of time,” said Mark Preston, managing director of Wildshark SEO.
“At a time when most companies in our industry have invested heavily to continue or have stopped trading altogether, it’s testament to our skills and expertise that we have been able to buck the trend by growing organically and now have more and more customers coming to us than ever before.
“We understand the world of search engine optimisation and inbound marketing thoroughly and have been very successful at growing our business. And we have used our skills to then grow our customers’ businesses too, based on the same techniques.”
The 45-year old married father of four has strong roots in the industry having been involved in SEO for 15-years in a number of successful businesses before starting Wildshark last July. He currently heads up a team of seven, which will be growing month on month, including customer account managers who are each assigned their own customers and deal with everything from daily reporting of results to long-term strategy.
“At Wildshark, we are passionate about our customers and strive to offer them the best service we can by making sure we take care of them better than anyone else. That, plus our unrivalled knowledge, means we can help businesses of all sizes improve their search engine optimisation and inbound marketing and, ultimately, increase their profits,” he added.
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