Good Relations hires Henry Elliss to bolster content team

Henry Elliss BC

Henry Elliss

PR  and content agency Good Relations has appointed Henry Elliss as senior online strategist to enhance its content marketing team.

Elliss will focus on senior client counsel and team development. He will also play a key role in new business growth.

With 15 years’ experience in digital and content marketing, Elliss has particular expertise in SEO and social media.

Elliss said: “The breadth and scope of Good Relations’ work, as well as the enviable client list makes this an incredibly exciting challenge for me. I’m looking forward to getting stuck in and helping build the content marketing offering.”

Robert Anderson, executive director of content marketing at Good Relations, added: “Clients are increasingly coming to us for integrated campaigns with content at their centre. Henry is hugely talented online strategist and we’re delighted to welcome him into our fast-growing content team.”

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