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Liberty Aims Sights at New Target Market with its Own Sniper


Three experienced digital marketing specialists have been recruited by Liberty Marketing to strengthen their expanding teams as a result of the company winning a succession of new accounts with companies based here in Wales and nationally.

Allan Tan an ex-Elite Commando with the Singapore Army joins as an experienced Technical SEO specialist. Since retraining his sights from shooting targets to evaluating website analytics, Allan has focused on the onsite SEO elements of clients’ websites and making recommendations based on most current SEO best practise and keyword research.

The Liberty content team has been further strengthened by the addition of Siobhan Tumelty. Siobhan is originally from Cardiff and has travelled the globe writing guest blog posts and articles professionally for leading brands as well as documenting her own experiences. As well as being an experienced copywriter, Siobhan is also a recognised social media expert and will be using these skills for the benefit of both Liberty clients and Liberty.

Sam Roberts, digital account coordinator joins the company bringing with him a wealth of knowledge from his previous roles project managing national events in London including the Ideal Homes Show and Grand Designs Live. At Liberty, Sam will be responsible for creating SEO strategies in line with client goals and objectives.

“We’ve had a very strong start to 2015,” said Kris Davies, operations director at Liberty Marketing. “Since we announced our three year growth plans at the beginning of the year we have made significant progress and won new accounts. Our relationship with Google as one of their Top Tier Agency Partners has strengthened and we are the only digital marketing agency in Wales delivering their latest Pay Per Click products.”

“Allan, Siobhan and Sam have the knowledge and expertise to deliver for Liberty and all three have already received glowing endorsements for their work from clients and their co-workers.”