Dec. 11, 2006 – 11 December 2006 – Online marketing firm TheSeed.com is bucking the current trend for employing Poles in the UK by employing them in Poland, with the opening of a new office in Gdansk.
The company, which provides an advanced online Pay-Per-Lead business generation solution for SMEs, has taken on a team of four web experts to increase capacity in its online marketing services, including search engine optimisation, for UK clients.
Keir McConomy, managing director of TheSeed.com, said: “Poland offers a fantastic skills base for employers. The Poles are very educated and highly skilled, with the online sector home to some fantastic talent.
“We’ve all heard about the growing number of Poles working in the UK. They are securing jobs here because their skill and work ethic is very high. In the online markets people can work from anywhere in the World, so we took the decision to take the skills of the Polish Internet experts and put them to work in Poland for the benefit of SMEs in the UK.”
Launched earlier this year, TheSeed.com is gaining growing popularity among SMEs in markets as diverse as print, commercial finance, recruitment and IT, with users reporting new business conversion rates from The Seed of up to 40%.
An automated web-based service, The Seed is the first marketing solution to provide genuine, pre-qualified new business leads at a cost of between just £10 – £15 per lead. Unlike other marketing solutions, lead generation from The Seed guarantees genuine business enquiries from companies that have read about the business and are interested in its services, significantly increasing conversion rates.
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TheSeed.com is an automated web-based marketing service for Small & Medium Enterprises (SMEs) providing genuine, pre-qualified new business leads at a cost of between £10 – £15 per lead.
The Seed’s Pay-Per-Lead approach ensures that customers only pay for the genuine targeted business leads that they receive. Each lead is pre-qualified over the phone by The Seed’s customer services team so that SME subscribers only get genuine business enquiries – if no genuine leads are received there is nothing to pay.
There are no large up-front fees – sign up is free and opening an account costs just £50, which could create up to five genuine leads. In addition, there is no contract lock-in, allowing the service to be stopped at any time.
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