Bronco and 10 Yetis to Partner in PR and SEO

Bronco and 10 Yetis to Partner in PR and SEO

31st August 2012

PR and online are getting integrated more and more. Our bloggers Claire Thompson (PR Expert) and Nichola Stott can tell you all about that. So it makes sense that the two are being combined more and more.

SEO Agency Bronco, owned by our friend and long time SEO celebrity Dave Naylor has also acknowledged that and is now entering a partnership with tech and consumer PR Agency, 10 Yetis.

From the press release:

“In practical terms, the partnership now also sees the two companies opening up their respective offices for each to share, meaning that Bronco can now have a presence in the South West of the UK and the same for 10 Yetis in the Leeds and Yorkshire region. There will also be an employee exchange programme set in place, so that skills and best practice can be shared.

The two companies now collectively employ 37 staff and offers everything needed from a full service digital agency including design, web development, SEO, PR, video production, ad buying & creation, social media and affiliate solutions.”

Dave Naylor himself, who is as hardcore SEO as you will find them, says:

“There are exciting times ahead for the two companies, and it’s been really refreshing working with 10 Yetis over the last few months while we have been getting this all in place. We identified some time ago that we needed to align with a digital PR agency that not only had a clear understanding of the search sector, but had a strong history in delivering online media campaigns and 10 Yetis, fit the bill perfectly”.

We off course wish the friends over at Bronco all the luck with their new found partnership!


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Bas van den Beld is an award winning Digital Marketing consultant, trainer and speaker. He is the founder of State of Digital and helps companies develop solid marketing strategies.
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