Leeds-based Source Marketing Communications has started 2019 on the right foot after securing four new clients, and adding SEO (search engine optimisation) and PPC (pay per click) advertising to its service offering. To find out more, contact Source here.

Hightech medical device specialist Acteon; bathroom designers Highlife Bathrooms; business park owner, operator and developer Potter Space; and Isle of Man TT record-setter Dean Harrison, are the new clients to be added to Source’s rapidly growing client roster.

Commenting on the new accounts, Peter Downey, a director and co-founder of Source said: “Adding four new clients is a great achievement at any time of year, but to welcome them on-board at the start of the calendar year is a real boost for us all. Importantly, the varied nature of the new accounts provides a great reflection of the diversity of strengths we offer as an agency.”

The Park Square-based firm has also launched SEO and PPC services, and believes by combining PR and social media with online advertising and SEO strategies it can provide the best visibility for a company, its brand, services and products.

Martha Phillips, a director at Source explained: “Content is at the heart of SEO, social media and PR, as they all share the common objective of delivering engaging and valuable content to the right audience at the right time, and ultimately creating awareness. With all three aligned and working closely together, we can create the biggest possible impact for our clients.



Source has also promoted Marta Rijo to account manager. Marta, who joined the team in 2016 as an account executive, will be responsible for the management of both existing and new clients, and will have a key role in business growth and development.

Graduating from Leeds Beckett University in 2016, with a master’s degree in public relations and strategic communication, Marta has experience in working with a wide range of local and national B2B and B2C clients.