London, Greater London United Kingdom (PressExposure) June 20, 2007 -- Brad Callen, CEO of Bryxen Software and highly acclaimed search engine optimization expert, has today announced his company's decision to recruit the assistance of a UK based SEO Company in the form of Gaps Ltd. to further enhance their online marketing and branding of it's best selling product 'SEO Elite'.
Brad stated "We are in the process of expansion across our full range of products, however, we felt that at this time we needed to gather together a few search engine optimization teams across the globe to assist in the massive growth of SEO Elite".
"The selection of a UK connection was always within our plans and Gaps Limited suited our particular needs. They have some amazing people working over there and understand and implement our products across the range".
Gaps Limited will assist in the day to day promotion of initially the SEO Elite brand, by providing content articles and copy writing support to the online advertising team currently active within the internet arena.
Spokesman and CEO of Gaps Ltd. David Edwards was found to be in exuberant mood when asked about these current events. "We are over the moon that Bryxen Software chose us to help out, we have been waiting for this day of recognition for some time. Our current clients all know the skills we bring to the table, assisting in keyword phrase generation and LSI (Latent Semantic Indexing) to assist in search engine positioning and online promotion".
"We have been utilizing Bryxen Software's products into our daily operations for some time now, and are very happy with the results these products can have on the online marketing campaign of any company be they a dot com or not".
When asked if there was any negotiations behind the scenes for a future merger or accusition between the two companies, this was met with a swift rebuttal. "Bryxen Software provide specific products and services to a hungry, under educated market, whilst we (Gaps Ltd), do what we do to support this, there are no plans to change things at this time".