We are pleased to announce that we have been appointed by UK-wide affordable luxury bathroom retailer Sanctuary Bathrooms for an SEO and Digital PR brief.
With a brief to deliver high quality links and coverage across national media, as well as maintaining the strong ecommerce and SEO performance over the last 18 months, we were chosen due to our PR-focused approach and extensive experience in delivering consistent results for our PR clients. Sanctuary Bathrooms join our growing list of home improvement clients including Wren Kitchens, Tapi Carpets and Barker & Stonehouse.
David White Content Marketing Director said:
“We are delighted to have been appointed by Sanctuary Bathrooms to support with digital PR and link acquisition.
“We were chosen because of our proven ability to deliver consistent results for our clients, particularly within the home improvements and retail space.
“We look forward to working with Sanctuary Bathrooms and helping to support them with their digital growth goals”
Mark Fullilove, Digital Marketing Manager at Sanctuary Bathrooms said:
“Having grown significantly as a brand in recent years due to the digital first approach we have taken, it was time for us to look forward and find the right partner to help deliver the next stage of our ambitions.
“It has taken time to build the foundations we wanted but it is now about looking at the bigger picture of growing our brand, and really being present in customers’ minds when it comes to shopping for quality and reliable bathroom products at a time when value for money is more important than ever.
“connective3 really stood out with their ambitious PR-led approach, an area I know so well and place a high importance on, and we were really impressed by the team’s enthusiasm, passion and reputation as a growing and established agency to watch.”
We’ve had a hugely successful start to 2022 winning new clients including Tapi Carpets, Domu Brands and Lucy & Yak, and have seen significant expansion of our team, now numbering 80 headcount across our three offices in Leeds, London and Manchester, after less than three years of trading.