How do you make £1 turn into £35.10?

10 Apr 2015

angelfysh put you (the client) first. It’s in our slogan and it’s in our day-to-day, too.

£1 turns into £35.10

It means we get to know you and your business before we do a thing. We really do understand business of course – but we don’t understand your business until we’ve grilled and prodded and poked.

It’s the approach we took with small-but-growing Old Autumn House and it’s the approach we took with big-but-still-growing Sage Gateshead.

And as a result, here’s what happened with Sage Gateshead…

The number of transactions (people that bought concert tickets online) increased by 22.14% between April 2014 and March 2015 (12 months).

Revenue overall (cold-hard-cash!) increased by 30.65% between April 2014 and March 2015 (12 months). That’s almost a seven figure uplift in sales within one year.

Revenue from Organic Search alone (Google, Bing, Yahoo etc.) (cold-hard-cash!) increased by 105.13% between April 2014 and March 2015 (12 months). This means that SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) alone got this sales increase. This is significant because SEO is often seen as something that takes ages to get results. Not here.

Website visitors from Organic Search (Google, Bing, Yahoo etc.) increased by 71.25% between April 2014 and March 2015 (12 months). Again, this means that SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) alone got this increase in visitors. This again is significant because SEO is often seen as something that takes ages to get results. And again, not here. It also reveals that driving more of the right kinds of people to the website converts better (71% increase in visitors resulting in a 105% increase in cash sales/revenue).

The cost to Sage Gateshead

And what did this cost Sage Gateshead? Their spend with angelfysh was just under 3% of the online sales increase for the same, 12 month period. Or to put it another way, investing in angelfysh represented a 3,410% return on investment.

Or to put it another way, for every £1 that Sage Gateshead invested in angelfysh, for the period between April 2014 and March 2015 (12 months), that £1 turned into £35.10.

Which just goes to show – when you put the client first – the results can be fabulous!

Thanks for reading.

Lisa