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e-business: Google page ranking says consultancy is on target.

A Birmingham-based Internet consultancy has won recognition from google.co.uk for its search engine optimisation facilities.

Tamba Internet is enjoying the same popularity, according to the PageRank measurement system, for its tamba.co.uk website as ebay.co.uk and is now ranked even higher than msn.co.uk.

Google PageRank is assigned to a website based on its relevancy, link popularity and accuracy.

'A site is only as good as the traffic it delivers which is why our expertise in search engine optimisation has become a winning factor to our operation,' said managing director Kay Hammond (left).

'Clients not only want a well designed website that's innovative yet professional and simple to use, but more importantly they want to drive visitors to their site via the search engines to generate cash sales or business leads,' 'It's definitely a case of practising what we preach, and having established a number one position for www.123domainname.co.uk - something which we are immensely proud of - we know exactly how to achieve it for our clients.'

Tamba, which is run by 26-year-old Ms Hammond, recently acquired a number of new clients including a Mayfair designer handbag boutique, iguana sanctuary, avant-guard photographer, pop stars, TV channels, speed dating agency, lawyers and a hypnotist.
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