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Rob Arkell

The UK’s Number 1 Curtain Store Appoint Digital Marketing Agency Koozai

10th Feb 2011 News, Koozai News Less than a minute to read

Paul Simon Logo Paul Simon are an award-winning curtains retailer with 48 superstores across the UK, with further openings planned over the forthcoming months. Established in 1990 Paul Simon continues to grow from strength to strength.

We are delighted to have been appointed as the company’s professional Digital Marketing Agency in order to increase their search engine visibility and look forward to working with the team at Paul Simon on the project.

To enquire about our market leading services please visit our SEO Services page or call our helpful sales team today on 03332 207 677 for a no-obligation quote.

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