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    Climb Online appoints new Head of Organic Performance

    Climb Online
    Tom Wilson

    Independent marketing agency, Climb Online, has today announced the appointment of its new Head of Organic Performance, Tom Wilson.

    Tom joined the digital marketing agency in July, following a series of enterprise brands campaigns for the firm, and will use his extensive industry experience to build on the company’s SEO offering and performance to date.

    With expertise in working across several high-profile enterprise brands including Curry’s, LiveScore, Disney Store and Johnson & Johnson. Tom joins Climb Online’s existing management team, where he will lead the future direction of all organic decisions.

    Tom’s appointment follows the transition of Climb Online from SME to enterprise and an expansion of its management team. Alongside the agency’s digital marketing services, one of Tom’s short-term goals is to establish a world-class Digital PR offering.

    Speaking on the new appointment, Tom Wilson confirmed: “Joining Climb Online was a no-brainer for me. Climb Online is one of the most exciting digital marketing agencies coming out of the UK and has gone from strength to strength every year since its inception. I am very impressed by the strategic vision of the board, and I am very excited to be part of the next phase of Climb Online’s growth.

    “My career so far has led me to deliver organic growth both for agencies and direct for clients. I intend to use this experience to enhance the SEO offering at Climb Online to not only be innovative and best in class but also digestible and transferrable to our client’s business challenges.”

    Michael Bush, Managing Director of Climb Online, commented: “We are absolutely delighted to welcome Tom to our team here at Climb Online, and the wealth of experience he brings with him as our new Head of Organic Performance.

    “We are really excited with the vision that Tom holds for both Climb Online and SEO, and with his huge ambition and drive, he is a great fit for the team and for the company.”

    Established in 2015, London-based marketing agency 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, with a leading client portfolio of key brands including HERA, TOMS and CARBON THEORY.

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