Are you looking for a marketing agency in Hull? One that will boost both your visibility and your revenues? A Hull marketing agency that will bring you qualified traffic that will convert into customers? If the answer to these questions is yes, then you've come to the right place.

Before we continue, please allow me to introduce myself. My name is Gaz Hall and I'm a marketing consultant based in Beverley, just outside of Hull. I specialise in one of the most cost-effective form of marketing there is - one that delivers brand awareness and highly qualified, relevant traffic to your website: Search Engine Optimisation.

The Benefits of Search Engine Optimisation

Traffic on search engines is the best type of traffic because people are actually searching for the problem that your business solves. SEO can "pull" traffic to your business. You do not have to "push" out messages to persuade people to buy from you. Search traffic is already interested in your products and services. This is one of the main benefits of SEO.

In addition to this, SEO traffic is more likely to convert than any other source of traffic. In fact, search traffic has the best conversion rates for the majority of websites. By ranking highly on Google and other search engines, you are positioning your Hull business to win more conversions.

Why not just pay for traffic on Google?

Some Hull marketing agencies specialise in pay per click adverts on search engines. Whilst this will bring immediate traffic to your site, it is not sustainable and will dry up as soon as you stop paying. Furthermore, people realise that Google Ads is a paid advertising product and many avoid Ads and click on the natural search results.

Getting consistent, free traffic from organic results eliminates the need for paid advertising and will significantly reduce market expenditure.
Also, when you buy 1000 visitors from a paid ad, 2% of those visitors might convert into a sale. When you get 1000 clicks from SEO, 4% of those visitors will convert into a sale, leading to a better return on investment. This higher conversion rate is just another one of the benefits of SEO that cannot be matched by any other form of marketing.

What are you looking for from a marketing agency?

There are many marketing agencies in Hull to choose from so how do you make an informed decision as to which one to select as your marketing partner? How do you determine which marketing agency in Hull is right for you? Why would you choose a marketing consultant rather than an agency? And why an SEO specialist?

Marketing agencies specialise in different areas of marketing, so think about what it is that you need to achieve. For example, is your website you main priority or do you need an agency that can manage your entire marketing function?

If you're looking for an agency to manage all of your marketing, including print, TV, radio, social, email, etc. then my service is not for you however I can point you in the right direction.

Marketing agency in Hull

Some general purpose marketing agencies in Hull include:

  • Superfly Marketing
  • Salt
  • Two Heads
  • Fred Marketing

Between them, these companies offer a variety of services including but not limited to PR, reputation management, branding, rebranding, logo design and graphic design.

Why choose me as your Hull marketing agency

If you're still reading, then I'm assuming that you're interested in a specialist agency (or consultant) that focuses on search engine marketing in Hull.

So, without further ado, let me explain why I believe that I can be your Hull marketing partner:

  1. I have over 20 years experience of SEO in extremely competitive markets.
  2. I have lots of satisfied customers (see my Google reviews) that I look after on a monthly basis.
  3. I provide the full range of SEO services including audits, keyword research, competitive research, technical SEO, content writing, link bulding, analytics and reporting.
  4. I am based locally so am available for face to face chats.
  5. Over the years, I've established a large network of contacts who can assist in all aspects of search engine marketing.
  6. Search on Google for "SEO Hull". You'll find I'm number one, and have been for a while for this and many other keywords. You could be in this position too for your desired search term!

Lastly, and importantly in these economically challenging times, my costs are a lot lower than those of an agency. As an internet based business, my overheads are small which makes my prices very competitive too.

Get in Touch

If you like what you've read then why not get in touch for a chat to determine how we can use search engine marketing to boost your position in Google's rankings, bring in more qualified prospects to your site and ultimately generate more revenue for your business. Thankyou.

Interesting Hull Marketing Information

And finally, a web page about a marketing agency in Hull wouldn't be complete without some marketing information about this wonderful city of ours.

Hull really is a marketing agency's dream. The city has been transformed in recent years from an economy that grew up around wool, wine trading, whaling and fishing, to a thriving Yorkshire city with a hip cafe culture and an assortment of great tourist attractions. The waterfront and Old Town have been redeveloped in recent years and, in the Fruit Market district around Humber Street, derelict buildings have been reclaimed as artists' studios and cool cafes and bars.

History is around every corner in Hull, with tales of King William, the abolition of slavery and Philip Larkin heritage. The cobbled streets of the city's Old Town transports visitors back to days gone by when Hull was trading with the medieval Hanseatic League.

The port of Hull is the third biggest port in the country and is located where the River Hull and the larger River Humber meet, around 20 miles west of the North Sea. By road, Hull can be found at the end of the M62 motorway, east of Leeds. The city takes its name from the River Hull; its official name being Kingston upon Hull.

The city has important links to Europe. P&O Ferries sail to Zeebrugge (Belgium) and Rotterdam (Holland) on a regularly basis, from the ferry port in the industrial east of the city. The Humber Ports is the UK’s largest ports complex, handling one million passengers and 90 million tonnes of cargo.

Hull's interesting history dates back to the 11th Century when a settlement called Wyke was built by the Cistercian monks. The settlement was purchased in 1293 by King Edward I and was named Kingston upon Hull, which was when the city was established. During the English Civil War, Hull was the first place to be openly hostile to King Charles I.

During the second world war, Hull was bombed more than any other city in the country apart from London. It is said that this was because the German’s mistook the Humber for the Thames on their bombing raids, due to the similarity between the two estuaries. More than 1,200 people died in air raids on the city and some 3,000 others were injured. A lot of the city was rebuilt shortly after the war and Hull has seen a resurgence in recent years due to it being awarded the city of culture in 2017.

Hull's Museum Quarter, on the High Street in the heart of the Old Town, consists of Wilberforce House, the Arctic Corsair, the Hull and East Riding Museum and the Streetlife Museum of Transport. The Ferens Art gallery was home to the Turner Prize in 2017 and has a good range of art and regular exhibitions. The city has two main theatres: Hull New Theatre and Hull Truck Theatre.

Every year, Hull runs the Freedom Freedom Festival; an annual free arts and live music event that attracts big name performers to the city as well as cutting edge performing arts groups. Other attractions to see in Hull are Hull Marina and The Deep, a city landmark. Hull is also home to three shopping centres: St Stephen's, Princes Quay, and the Prospect Centre.

Sport is important in Hull. The city has two rugby league clubs, one in the east of the city (Hull Kingston Rovers) and one in the west of the city (Hull FC). The city also has a premiership/championship football club: Hull City.
  • The George Hotel in Hull claims to have the smallest window in England.
  • Boiled sweets, liquid crystal displays (LCDs) and Lemsip were all invented in Hull.
  • It has been called the "most poetic city in England", and has been home to poets such as Philip Larkin and Andrew Marvell.
  • The 17th Century “thieves’ (or beggar’s) litany” prayed “From Hell, Hull and Halifax, may the good Lord deliver us”. Hull was included here for the notorious strictness of its law-keepers and its jail.
  • Amy Johnson, the first female pilot to fly alone from Britain to Australia, was born in Hull on 1 July 1903.

There has been £1.5billion of regeneration investment in Hull over the last five years .Having its own Telecoms company, KC, Hull is great for digital connectivity; the city’s technological infrastructure gives the city a competitive advantage over those in other UK cities.

Ranked as one of the best locations for businesses in the UK, the city now has more jobs than ever before. More than one million people live in Hull and its immediate hinterland, with a further nine million people living within a two-hour drive. Many creative businesses, marketing agencies and Freelance SEOs are situated in Hull's beautiful, recently transformed city centre.