Providing Web Design, Graphic Design and Marketing Services in Yorkshire
Northern Media have been one of the leading marketing agencies in Yorkshire for many years. As a full service agency, we have a strong team of graphic designers, web designers, web programmers, copywriters, SEO specialists and pence per click (ppc) specialists, working collectively to exceed our client’s expectations.
At Northern Media, we are not just passionate about marketing. We are passionate about deploying strategies that help our clients businesses grow, develop and improve and take great pride in the quality of our work. We also take return on investment seriously and will consistently strive to measure the impact of campaigns with the objective of making results completely transparent.
We work with a diverse range of businesses in both the business to business and business to consumer sectors. This experience, coupled with outstanding creative flair has meant that we have continued to grow the business year on year since we started. Ironic though it may sound, around 90% of our work in Yorkshire comes from recommendation and referral, a fact we are extremely proud of.
Our full range of marketing services includes:
- Website Design and Programming
- Search Engine Optimisation
- Pence Per Click Advertising (PPC)
- Digital Advertising
- Digital Marketing
- Public Relations
- Direct Marketing
- Graphic Design
- Marketing Strategy
Whilst we like to work long term with our Yorkshire clients, we appreciate that confidence is built on results. We are therefore flexible as to how clients want to work in order to give our people the opportunity to earn that trust.
If you are looking for a marketing agency in Yorkshire who has a hands-on approach to marketing, is passionate about making a difference and is not just in it for the quick win, come to Northern Media.
Economic History of Yorkshire
Yorkshire is an historic county of England, centred on the county town of York. The region was first occupied after the retreat of the ice age around 8000 BC. During the first millennium AD it was occupied by Romans, Angles and Vikings. Many Yorkshire dialect words and aspects of pronunciation derive from old Norse due to the Viking influence in this region. The name, Yorkshire, first appeared in writing in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle in 1065. It was originally composed of three sections called Thrydings, subsequently referred to as Ridings.
Following the Norman Conquest of England in 1066, Yorkshire was subject to the punitive harrying of the North, which caused great hardship. The area proved to be notable for uprisings and rebellions through to the Tudor period. During the industrial revolution, the West Riding became the second most important manufacturing area in the United Kingdom, while the predominant industries of the East and North Ridings remained fishing and agriculture. In modern times, the Yorkshire economy suffered from a decline in manufacturing which affected its traditional coal, steel, wool and shipping industries.
Today, the picture is very different. Yorkshire’s economic growth outstripped the European average for five years running. The GDP of over £75 billion is large enough to rank it in the top 20% of the world’s national economies and represents 8% of total UK output. However, this growth has not been sufficient to begin closing the productivity gap between Yorkshire and the Humber and either the London or South East regions. Whilst businesses in Yorkshire benefit from average salaries below the national average, operating costs remain up to 20% lower than the UK average.