Sunday, 19 May 2024
Sunday, 19 May 2024

GA Agency appointed by Ocean Generation for web regeneration project

GA Agency has announced a new partnership with leading Ocean conservation charity, Ocean Generation. The London-based international digital marketing agency will be working with Ocean Generation to help enhance the charity’s web presence and performance. 

Having built a name for effective web optimisation, SEO consulting, and in-depth analytics, the unparalleled experience offered by GA Agency’s international team – led by Guido Ampollini – was the perfect fit for Ocean Generation’s needs. Looking for a way to enhance both the general performance and sustainability of its website, Ocean Generation needed to find a partner able to conduct an exhaustive technical analysis of not just the charity’s web presence and performance, but its environmental impact. 

GA Agency appointed by Ocean Generation for web regeneration projectAs a global charity that tackles human-made Ocean threats through the power of science and storytelling, Ocean Generation needs not only to reach as many people as possible to spread the word about its work. But do so in a way that shows that they practise what they preach. With too much fear-mongering and greenwashing already taking place in the digital world, Ocean Generation wanted to stand out from the crowd for all of the right reasons. GA Agency is proud to have been invited to help make that happen. 

Founder and CEO of GA Agency, Guido Ampollini, said: 

“Our partnership with Ocean Generation marks an exciting chapter for both organisations. We are honoured to lend our SEO expertise to amplify their web presence and support their vital mission.”

Brad Davidson, Head of Strategic Development, at Ocean Generation, said: 

“GA Agency’s reputation for proven SEO proficiency aligns seamlessly with our vision, and we’re excited to work together to spread our message effectively. Our collaboration signifies a significant step forward in enhancing our online impact.”


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