Freelance Marketing Consultants Agency Rebrand Their Award Winning Yorkshire Social Media Platform.

Freelance digital marketing consultants celebrate award for growing large online community with a rebrand.

Leeds, United Kingdom - October 21, 2017 /MarketersMedia/ —

Freelance Digital Marketing Consultants from Leeds - Make it Happen Marketing, have rebranded their award winning social media platform formerly known as 'I'm From Yorkshire' to 'I-Yorkshire'

After a growing an online community of over 225,000 users, and generating £200,000 revenue in 2014 they where given an award by the Yorkshire Society. The founding partners Kristian & Edward attracted a promised investment from a local businessman. One year into the arrangement, their relationship deteriorated, the pair withdrew from the agreement due to the businessmen having not paid the agreed amount for the project, or awarding the pair their shares in the new alleged partnership.

After putting a years worth of business, sales revenue, hard work into the new alleged partnership, then never receiving the agreed full payment or shares, the pair went back to the drawing board. 'I-Yorkshire' was born. This was a total rebrand and rebuild of the original concept the pair felt was needed to shake of the bad taste left behind from it's predecessor.

Now doing better than ever, I-Yorkshire is set to be a huge hit once again.

Specialising in website development, SEO, PPC, FB ads and Branding, the pair of 'Freelance marketing Consultants' are putting their skills into action to deliver a spectacular platform for their huge online community once again,

Contact Info:
Name: Kristian Wilkinson
Organization: Make it Happen Marketing
Address: 2 lower Brunswick street
Phone: + (44) 3333 444 728

Source URL: https://marketersmedia.com/freelance-marketing-consultants-agency-rebrand-their-award-winning-yorkshire-social-media-platform/253163

For more information, please visit https://mihagency.com/

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