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Discover Southampton has partnered with SEO Agency theMediaFlow and web design agency Superrb to redesign their website.
Hampshire - 13 September 2012 - Leading SEO agency, theMediaflow and web design agency Superrb are pleased to announce they have been awarded a joint contract from Discover Southampton. Working in partnership, both agencies will undertake web development, user experience optimization and SEO strategy that will form the new Discover Southampton website.
The two primary goals for the new website is to provide an updated portal website to promote the city of Southampton, but to also have a section for tourists (overseas and UK based), residents, students & local businesses - there'll be a wealth of information for anyone seeking to live, visit, learn, do business in the city as well as sharing some of the vision for the future of the city.
Giuseppe Saieva, Project Manager for Discover Southampton said: 'We're looking forward to users now having the opportunity to get more socially involved through real-time Facebook and Twitter feeds, as well as having access to a wealth of information about what Southampton has to offer.'
Matt Pilkington, MD of Superrb said: 'As experienced website developers, our focus is always on making sites easy to use and providing information to visitors in an engaging and accessible way'.
Nichola Stott, MD of theMediaFlow said: 'We're extremely excited to be working on this project. The new website is an important step in Discover Southampton's evolution and we're pleased to have such a pivotal role in its success.'
Work on the project has already commenced and the new Discover Southampton website is due to be launched in quarter four 2012.