Award Winning Digital Marketing Agency in Manchester - Fabric Digital
Manchester Town Hall

Fabric are a creative digital marketing agency in Manchester

* We want to hear about you,
not talk about us

We’re here to learn about your business, what digital goals you have and create strategies to help you achieve them.


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Building Brand Awareness

Crafting digital landscapes to position your brand at the forefront of its niche, from concept to design. Building bespoke websites that are tailor made for your target audience, harnessing our innate knowledge of design, UX methodology and SEO website optimisation.

Generating Online Traffic

Creating campaigns designed to increase your website’s traffic levels from sources including search engines, social media channels, content and paid promotion.

Creating Conversions

Developing new or leveraging existing online designs, tailoring user experiences to maximise contact form or e-commerce conversions, helping your business to increase its online revenues. If your conversion rates are increasing, you’re happy & that’s all we ask for.

Managing Business Growth

Securing the long-term digital strategies that will ensure the growth of your business. What does digital business growth look like? The strategy, support and ongoing promotion of your website, including phased development for scalable projects.


Digital Marketing News

6th Oct // 2016
Google waives €100,000 Adwords bill for 12-year old
30th Sep // 2016
“Companies should prepare for GDPR” says ICO

Google waives €100,000 Adwords bill for 12-year old

Many marketing beginners make mistakes with Adwords, but perhaps not on this scale…

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“Companies should prepare for GDPR” says ICO

There was a clear message from the new Information Commissioner, Elizabeth Denham, that companies should continue to prepare for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) to come into force in the UK, despite Brexit.

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