LIMO BROKER LAUNCH NEW HIGHLY SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMISED (SEO) WEBSITE

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Top chauffeur driven limo hire provider, Limo Broker, have launched a brand new version of their successful website (www.limobroker.co.uk) featuring state of the art search engine optimisation techniques.

The luxury transport operator is already a giant in the world of online marketing within its industry, with the company’s old site consistently ranked highly within the organic search results lists on all major search engines. However the leading internet based company is hoping to build on their current success with the introduction of their newly revamped website.

Limo Broker has employed a team of highly experienced search engine optimisation experts to ensure the new site is highly optimised and continues to be a dominant force with the online limo hire industry.

The luxury transport operator is also planning to extend its links with social media networks via the new website which will enable customers to keep up to date on any special offers or one off discounts being offered at Limo Broker through their Facebook or Twitter feeds.

The main Limo Broker site has undergone a complete overhaul in preparation for the launch of the revamped site. State of the art computer graphics as well as a new logo design help give the site a fresh new look. With a selection of exclusive high quality images, new videos showcasing the limousines in action, plus helpful articles with tips on how to make the most of limo hire and advice on how to get the best deal, the new website aims to offer a comprehensive service for potential customers to source their perfect limo for their special occasion.

Special thanks to www.website-leasing.co.uk

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