We’re a small digital marketing agency by design. We’ve purposely kept our team small – around 35 – because we believe small is beautiful, and independence is essential. It gives our clients direct access to our specialist teams, and builds meaningful connections between the people commissioning the work and the people building it.
Our decision-making is driven by our client’s best interests, and our teams work closely together to ensure campaigns are connected and agile. We want what our clients want – amazing digital experiences for their audiences.
We build these experiences by hiring the most talented people and getting out of their way. We believe that if we attract the best people and treat them well, they can do their best work for our clients. We aspire to nothing less than being the best digital marketing agency in the UK – both as an exciting place to work and as a frenetic engine of growth for our clients.
We are appointed Premier Google Partnership status, diversely benefiting our clients and agency.View the press release
We expand our Board of Directors with the appointment of Marc Young, who joins following a stellar career in the publishing industry.View the press release
The Independent Agencies Census ranks by client satisfaction, financial performance, and peer recognition.View the press release
Sian Leaker joins RocketMill as head of the Strategic Services, bringing a decade of digital experience to the agency.View the press release
We appoint Jon Norris, as Head of Content and Oliver Hughes as Head of Paid Media.View the press release
We are relocating to a landmark development in the heart of Brighton.View the press release
We take the honours as we win Employer of the Year and Digital Marketing Business of the Year for a third consecutive year.View the press release
We have been recognised as one of the 50 fastest growing technology companies at the annual Deloitte Tech Fast 50 Awards.View the press release
We are delighted to announce our inclusion as a RAR recommended agency.Visit our profile on RAR
For the second year in a row we win Digital Marketing Business of the Year.
We were also announced as one of the three finalists for Employer of the Year.View the press release
Following the global adoption of Social Crawlytics we are proudly announced on the shortlist for Innovation in Software at the UK Search Awards.
Kate Watts, our Head of Bid Media, is recognised by The Guardian for her outstanding achievements over the past year.Read about Kate in The Guardian here
We are proud to announce a charitable partnership with Chestnut Tree House, a children’s hospice in Sussex.
We fend off competition from numerous notable agencies to win Digital Marketing Business of the Year at the GDBA 2014 awards and celebrate in style.
Launched at the Measurefest conference in London, CRO Monitor lets you monitor your competitor’s websites for key changes. By automating the challenging process of understanding what your competition is testing and what is successful, we have developed a tool that short circuits the conversion optimisation process.Visit our free tool CRO Monitor here
In an effort to help the University of Brighton foster digital talent we announce a partnership to develop their Digital Marketing BA curriculum, lecture undergraduates and judge end of year projects.Read about the success of our partnership here
Launched via a keynote at Brighton SEO, Social Crawlytics allows you to reverse engineer your competitor’s content marketing. You get to know what content is being shared, where it is being shared, and who are the most potent influencers sharing it. This then empowers you to learn, develop your own strategy and compete.Visit our free tool Social Crawlytics here
Yousaf Sekander, one of the most influential figures in SEO here in the UK, joins our Board of Directors.
Following a combined fifteen years in national press, at The Daily Mail and Express Newspaper Groups, Ben and Sam Garrity announce the launch of the agency. During it’s initial phase the agency focuses it efforts exclusively on organic search.