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Health Unlimited launches search marketing agency

Search Unlimited will be led by the group's Matt Lowe

Health Search Unlimited Creston Matt Lowe

Health Unlimited has launched a search engine optimisation and marketing agency, adding to its roster of healthcare communications firms.

Search Unlimited will be based in the healthcare communications group's London and New York City offices and headed up by Matt Lowe (pictured above).

Lowe, who joined Health Unlimited in 2012 and was previously its head of digital, will report to Health Unlimited's executive director Nicky Walsby and CEO Catherine Warne.

Warne said: “We are incredibly excited about working with our clients to demonstrate the benefits of SEO in the health and wellness space.  Our bespoke team demystifies search engine marketing and brings simplicity to a complex field, delivering outstanding natural and paid search results and returns for our clients.”

The new agency will offer natural (organic) and paid search solutions for clients, as well as search engine marketing training and best practice advice.

Lowe said: “Search Unlimited is a unique offering in the healthcare space. Many SEO agencies trying to enter the healthcare market struggle because they don't understand the essential regulations that surround the pharma on-line space.

“At Health Unlimited we have a 200-strong healthcare team which means the Search Unlimited offering is built on a solid foundation of healthcare knowledge and expertise.”

Search Unlimited will now stand alongside Health Unlimited UK-based agencies such as Liberation Unlimited, Red Door Unlimited and PAN Unlimited, and US companies that include CooneyWaters Unlimited, and Propeller Unlimited.

Article by
Dominic Tyer

7th July 2015

From: Marketing

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