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Auckland SEO Company Pure SEO Win David Awards 2011

Auckland, NZ (PRWEB) November 09, 2011

Founded in 2009, Pure SEO offers search engine optimisation (SEO), and digital marketing consultancy services to more than 50 businesses from New Zealand and Australia. Search Engine Optimisation is the process of optimising a website to appear higher on search engines for targeted keywords to get qualified traffic that generate leads.

Last month, Pure SEO has been named as the winner of New Zealand’s most outstanding Fledgling Business, by the David Awards 2011. There were a huge number of entries this year in the category with the other finalists including Pregoli and PA for PTs.

Heather Douglas, who organised the awards says, “The David Awards recognise the unsung heroes in home and small businesses throughout New Zealand, the “Davids” whose tenacity, courage and ingenuity place them firmly at the forefront of entrepreneurship in this country.”

One of the reasons that Pure SEO is so successful for their clients is the background of the owner and Managing Director, Richard Conway. Having worked in SEO since 2002, Richard brings with him a vast array of international experience, optimising websites in USA, UK, Asia and now the Asia Pacific.

Richard Conway says, “The thing that upsets me is that there are so many sharks in the industry. We try and remove the smokes and mirrors to give clients a realistic understanding of what they should achieve and how it is achieved.

“Our aim is to exceed expectations. Our goal is to make lots of money for our clients – if we do this then we are doing a good job.”

Based in Parnell, Auckland, Pure SEO ( is one of the only digital marketing companies in New Zealand that do not lock their clients into long term contracts.

Richard says, “We are that confident in what we do, we know our clients will want to stay with us and recommend us to their friends.”

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