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Premier hair extension brand, Cliphair, appoints Climb Online to drive SEO strategy

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Climb Online and Cliphair

The UK’s premier supplier of hair extensions, Cliphair, have today announced the appointment of leading digital marketing agency, Climb Online, to drive the next phase of its SEO strategy. 

The South London-based hair extension brand, founded in 2007, is known for its range of 100% Remy human hair extensions and specialist haircare products, and brand ethos that encourages women to express their beauty and be who they want to be.  

Cliphair boasts over a decade’s experience in providing exceptional quality hair extensions to thousands of happy customers worldwide, empowering women to be the best version of themselves through incredible hair. 

The appointment of London digital marketing agency Climb Online follows a period of increased growth for the hair brand that has seen them outgrow their small shop, opening a new office in South London. 

Focused on boosting their SEO strategy and increasing market share within the UK, Cliphair officially appointed Climb Online in April following a competitive pitching process. Impressed by the marketing firm’s extensive industry experience and expertise within the hair and beauty sectors, Climb Online has begun work developing an impactful search engine optimisation strategy to further drive Cliphair’s organic growth. 

Speaking on the appointment, Michael Bush, Managing Director of Climb Online, said: “Our team have gone above and beyond at all stages of the pitching process to showcase our expertise and insight within the hair and beauty industry, and commercial first approach to digital marketing. 

We are now thrilled to welcome Cliphair on board, and are excited to begin work on supporting the brand during their next stage of growth in the UK market and beyond.” 

Farhan Mehdi, Founder and CEO of Cliphair, added: “Cliphair have come so far in the last ten years, and as we enter this new exciting phase, we feel extremely confident in Climb Online’s ability to expand our reach into new audiences, and spread our mission of inspiring women to feel happy, beautiful and confident with their hair.” 

Cliphair joins a leading client portfolio at Climb Online, with key brands including ICONIC London, Carbon Theory, HERA and TOMS. 

Established in 2015, Climb Online has honed a proven track record in helping private and Enterprise organisations achieve their business objectives via core services in SEO, Paid Media and Social Media Marketing.

For more details, visit:
https://climb.online/
https://www.cliphair.co.uk/

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