About Us

Situated in Brighton & Hove just a stone’s throw from the beach, Search Seven was founded in 2011, with a determination to provide a highly effective digital marketing service that would lead to real, measurable and above all phenomenal successes for our clients – although don’t just take our word for it, take a look at our case studies here.

We are not only motivated by the results we are able to achieve, but also by the knowledge that our work has a much wider-reaching impact. In setting up Search Seven, we wanted to use the agency as a vehicle to make a difference and that is why we made a pledge in our early days to donate 7% of our profits to charities and local community projects each year.

This approach has seen our work recognised at the 2015 Hove & Portslade At Your Service Awards where we won Best Professional Service, as well as also being a named finalist in the same category at the Brighton & Hove Business Awards (BAHBAs) 2015.

However, none of this would be possible without our highly committed team of search and conversion specialists from a variety of backgrounds both in-house and agency side, who all have expert knowledge of Paid Media (PPC & Display), SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) and CRO (Conversion Rate Optimisation).

Client Testimonials

A selection of happy clients who we have helped.

  • “S7 are great to work with and their strategies for improving online visibility in a cost effective manner have been carefully tracked and have worked extremely well.”

    Mark Bush, Ski Armadillo

  • “The results from the 2015 PPC campaign in promoting the T20 homes games were fantastic, leading to sell-out crowds and a very impressive ROI”

    Gary Pleece, Pleece & Co, Sussex CCC marketing partner

  • “Search Seven never stand still when it comes to adopting latest practices and techniques to keep us up to date and visible on the search engines.”

    Terry Lancaster, Tilsun Group

Clients & Case Studies

A wide range of clients, large and small.

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