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The new Ground Control website is launched

chris
15th January 2014

We are proud to have recently launched the new Ground Control website – it was a real pleasure working with their team and getting to understand all about their amazing business model. The website planning and build is already showing great results with some main keywords already ranking on Google on first page and #1 positions.

We are already working on another exciting part of the website.

 

Website Features

responsive layout
dynamic content throughout website
1 point media distribution
mega menu
staff profiles
case studies
twitter integration
liked by Google

Initial Keyword Rankings

commercial landscape design   #2 & #3
decorative fencing for parks    #1
rail vegetation management    #3
retail landscape architects    #2
retail landscape design   #1 & #2
healthcare landscape design   #4 & #5
grounds maintenance jobs london   #3

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