Jellyfish hired by ExtremePie for paid search work

LONDON - Jellyfish has been appointed by extreme sports retailer ExtremePie.com to handle its six-figure paid search account.

ExtremePie.com: Jellyfish will handle paid search work
ExtremePie.com: Jellyfish will handle paid search work

The paid search agency won the account without a pitch and will work to increase sales to the website.

Extremepie.com, which stocks extreme sports clothing and equipment, previously handled its search marketing in-house.

The win for Jellyfish follows a raft of new successes for the agency, including the recent appointment by Fairpoint, the consumer financial services group, to its £3m paid search marketing brief.

In October, the agency was appointed by Haymarket Consumer Media to its subscriber acquisition account.

 

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