LM Global Retains Student Marketing Agency as Digital Agency-of-Record

Student Marketing Agency (Los Angeles) will provide a range of digital marketing services to LM Global's eCommerce business which sells contact lenses to the consumer market.

Burnaby, Canada - August 10, 2018 /PressCable/ —

LMG Global announces the appointment of Student Marketing Agency as digital agency of record.

LM Global operates multiple eCommerce brands in the contact lens industry, including;

https://www.perfectlens.ca

https://www.lenspure.com

https://www.perfectlensworld.com

LM Global Marketing Director, Hannu Rauma, stated “During an 8-week trial period, Student Marketing Agency reduced our Adwords PPC expenses by 42%, and significantly improved our conversion optimization process. Our former agency had not been able to achieved these results after more than a year of ongoing effort which made these results even that more impressive. Student Marketing Agency demonstrated a high level of competence for optimization which led us to a renewable annual contract which we believe will be instrumental in our company’s growth over the next several years.”

LM Global is relying on the Student Marketing Agency for SEO, conversion rate optimization, traffic generation consulting and ongoing development of its digital properties.

Background:

LM Global Enterprises Ltd. is headquartered in Burnaby, BC and is an online eCommerce provider of contact lenses to the Canadian and US consumer markets.

Marketing eCommerce websites requires a customer-focused approach, meaning the value proposition and unique selling points must be highly relevant to an immediate purchase, fast delivery, solid warranties and customer service which produce trust between the customer and the company. LM Global’s commitment to superior service has enabled the company to become one of the leaders in the online eye care industry in Canada, and its US properties are rapidly gaining market share.

The company sells a broad selection of the most well-known brands of contact lenses, including Acuvue, Air Optix, Freshlook and Bauch & Lomb. Since its inception in 2014, LM Global has improved year on year service ratings and remains committed to exemplary customer satisfaction.

Student Marketing Agency is a full-stack digital agency located in Los Angeles, California.

Press contact:

Hannu Rauma

1-888-595-7150

Contact Info:
Name: Hannu Rauma
Organization: LM Global Enterprises Ltd.
Address: 118-6741 Cariboo Road, Burnaby, BC V3N 4A3, Canada
Phone: +1-888-595-7150

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 392065

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