SEMINAR: How to increase your online visibility through SEO

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Thursday 26th September 2019 

This is a free seminar in partnership with Barclays Bank and Southampton City Council as part of their fantastic new initiative called Eagle Labs.

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Well be looking at some of the main challenges SMEs have when trying to capture organic traffic in Google. We’ll explore the five main pillars of SEO and talk through some of the main tasks you should be doing to maximise your visibility.

We’ll also show you how SMEs are using advanced technology such as machine learning to get the edge over bigger players in the market.

Agenda

14:30 – 15:00 Arrival and introductions
15:00 – 16:00 Speakers
16:00 – 16:30 Networking  

Address

Portland Terrace (street level entrance opposite Old Mutual Wealth), Southampton, SO14 7SJ

Speakers

Sally Newman and Marie Turner (SEO Specialists at Vertical Leap)

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Michelle Hill

Michelle joined Vertical Leap's Portsmouth office in 2011 as Marketing Manager, having spent the previous 15 years of her marketing career in the recruitment, leisure and printing industries. Her passions include dogs, yoga, walking, the beach, mountains and nice food.

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