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Digital Spring Clean for Exeter-based businesses
Posted on: March 4th 2016
Section: Member news

Award-winning digital agency Rokk Media will be offering local businesses the opportunity of a “digital spring clean”. Celebrating their 14th year, the company headed up by CEO Adam Stone offers complete digital solutions from website design and full-service digital marketing to mobile applications and bespoke software.

Adam Stone said: “It's this time of the year when businesses want to 'refresh' and pick up momentum. A lot of businesses want to improve their existing website, but don't really know where to start. In many cases we have helped clients to look at their projects more holistically and thereby achieving far greater returns on their digital investments.”

“It really is difficult to keep up with all the latest developments”, he added, “nobody expects you to know exactly what you need, but you are the one who knows your business best and we are the ones who understand digital, all you need then is to bring the two together”

Having worked on projects for clients as diverse as the Exeter Chiefs, HSBC, Devon County Council, Otter Nurseries and Heart of Devon as well as numerous small businesses and third sector organisations, Rokk Media are well placed to provide the relevant experience when it comes to getting your online presence right.

The Digital Spring Clean offer is for a free consultation to review where you are digitally and where you would like to be and to share their experience with you in order for you to get the most out of digital.

You can contact them on 01392 424300 or at

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