Google Partner in Sussex

Digital Growth’s own service standards have always been extremely high, working on the basis of best advice for clients. We always knew that this road is harder to travel, but is not only the right thing to do and better for clients and would be better for us in the long run.

We are pleased to announce that Digital Growth have achieved Google Partnership Status.

This comes as a result of exams plus best practices. As a small agency serving local Sussex clients we are very proud to have met achieved this status.



To speak to Digital Growth about Analytics, Adwords or best practices for promoting your business call us on 01444 316320.

Essential update: Google Places for Business:


handsGoogle have, inevitably, made additional changes to their Google Places service, probably as an ongoing part of their reconciliation between business listing on ‘Places’ and ‘Plus’.

This will effect your listings, possibly with detriment if no action is taken.

Google may have sent you a warning but this alert may have been caught in your spam folder.

All Google places listings need to be verified and and resubmitted and may require re-verification.

Call us today to go through this process. It takes approximately 1 hour.

Active customers will receive this service for free.

Good news from Google

Google are reconciling the data held on Google Places and Plus to display one set of business data listings.

This means if through happenstance you have multiple listing Google will de-list one and alert you to it.

While this may have initially means your listing has disappeared, ultimately this is very good and means, as usual, that honest business owners can represent themselves fairly.

If you want a pointer on how to resolve your listings don’t hesitate to call us for a free informal chat.

Why you may not need a mobile site!

imageIn line with our policy of best advice we would like to highlight a worrying trend.

By 2015 over 2 billion people will access the internet from iPads and smartphones with small screens that are harder to show content on or navigate. Yet your “content” must be equally visible and, actually, easier to find given the busy mindset of the mobile user.

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