SEO and a sausage sarnie!
On Thursday 30th January, we are hosting first digital marketing seminar of 2014 – a free SEO Breakfast.
Local business owners and marketing managers alike are cordially invited to the Jury’s Inn, Gateshead Quays, to gain insight into the SEO agenda of 2014. The event starts at 8.45am with a social sandwich (vegetarian options available!) and the seminar itself will run from 9am until 10.30am.
What will attendees learn?
In the ever-changing world of digital marketing, keeping on top of the latest trends and techniques can be time consuming and tricky. So, we want to help you learn some new tricks that you can take away and implement as soon as you get back to the office in the afternoon.
To help businesses of the North East maximise their online potential, we’re running a free breakfast event to give you a strong understanding of what the future of online marketing and search optimisation looks like.
We will cover a number of topics, including:
- How you can compete online in a crowded marketplace
- How Google uses algorithms to rank your website
- How to future-proof your online performance in the face of algorithm updates
- How you can improve your company’s online competitiveness
Mediaworks was recently credited as the Top Digital Agency in the North East in the Drum Digital Census 2013, and 15th nationally in the 51-100 staff category, and we would love to share our knowledge with you.
So, come along and enjoy a breakfast roll and talk to our experts, who will be sticking around after the event to help with any specific questions you may have.
Question time – ask now!
We understand that many of you will have specific questions about your campaign – how Google’s Hummingbird update affected search ranking factors or how to make the most of your online marketing budget overall – so we’re encouraging attendees to ask us questions beforehand!
If you have a query that needs answering, or there’s an aspect of SEO you’re unsure of, please email email@example.com and we will add your question to the covered seminar topics.
How to book your place
To attend the event, please call Ashleigh Smithson on 0191 404 0115 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted by Hannah Mattinson on 9th January, 2014