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- Theresa Hayes
Sharp Monkeys have effectively supported Fish4Dogs Online marketing for many years. They have helped us keep ahead of the curve and are always easy to work with. I would always recommend them for any start up, medium sized business or large organisation. They really know their stuff and help lighten the load in the fast paced world of digital.
Good personal service. Sales have grown already
Excellent expertise and support. Lovely team to deal with. Actions and results. Couldn't ask for more.
- Speller Metcalfe
We were really impressed with the Sharp Monkeys team and their approach to our SEO training. Having gone through a bad experience of SEO a few years ago, they made everything simple and easy to understand, and the training has given us clear pointers for improving our SEO. We enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere where everyone felt able to ask questions and contribute, and both John and Lawrence were very succinct and helpful.
The guys at Sharp Monkeys really know their stuff!! They've been helping us build a better online presence and have always found them knowledgeable, approachable, professional and reliable. Definitely would recommend !!!
I've used Sharp Monkeys on and off for support in all aspects of Digital marketing. They set up adwords for us, offered practical advice about content on our website and they are all round decent folk. Highly recommend John C for web advice. Thanks SM.Tom Watkins , Animal Search UK. The UK's Leading Search Service for Missing Pets.
Some of the things we do:
At the tip of a monkey’s tail is a patch of bare skin that acts similar to a human’s fingertips. It is sensitive to touch and also has tiny ridges that gives the tail a better grip.