Tecmark has welcomed three further new faces to its growing SEO and content marketing team.
AJ Mussell arrives as an Account Manager, joining from O2, having previously served more than eight years in the military. He will be charged of managing relationships with new and existing clients, all while he prepares to take part in a charity event cycling 215 miles in a day and then running the London Marathon.
Music enthusiast Ben Hughes has taken on the role of Junior SEO executive, where he will be producing content and researching for clients as part of the team headed by Tecmark’s Director of Search, Stacey MacNaught.
Completing the trio is web developer Joe Curran, from Blackpool, who will be charged with developing and improving websites and online applications as part of client strategies.
Senior Account Manager, Richard Bannister, said: “We are pleased to welcome three new additions to the team.
“Recruiting for any role is always a challenging and thorough process, and we have found three people who we believe have the attributes to be a great success within the Tecmark environment.
“We’re also expecting to see a few more new faces in the coming weeks.
“With a couple of client wins under our belt this year, these additions enable us to gear up for further client wins as we head in to a busy summer.”
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The chances are if you’ve come across Tecmark, you’ve encountered Rich. He is the key link between clients and the operations team. Formerly with Yell.com, Rich was also part of Trinity Mirror’s first digital marketing team.Visit Richard's Page
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