Be Seen Be Found - Free Essential Digital Marketing expertise

10th February 2015

Following on from the success of Ignition Search's 'Be Seen Be Found' seminars, the Kelham Island based digital agency has teamed up with the Sheffield Chamber of Commerce to continue the series and ensure that the local business community continue to receive this free information about digital marketing.

 The second series of 'Be Seen Be Found' will commence on Thursday 19th March 2015 at 08.30am and will be held at the Sheffield Chamber of Commerce offices.  The seminar is titled 'De-mystifying SEO More Traffic, More Business' and will be headed up by Jon Colegate, Director of Search at Ignition, alongside Account Director Dan Kavanagh.  The seminar will cover the following areas:-  Why Some SEO Strategies Fail How Google Works & Monitors Spam/Malpractice Basic Building Blocks of a Solid Strategy Why Content, Expertise and Trust are Important The Key Role of Marketing your Brand/USP's  The seminars have been designed with both the private and public sectors in mind, and will provide invaluable insight into what you can do to help your business be competitive online.  'The speakers do a great job of covering what is clearly a vast and complex topic, and breaking it down into digestible chunks for those who aren't as web-savvy. The team are really passionate and knowledgeable, and there is definite sense that Ignition are head and shoulders above the competition.'  Ellie Agnew, The Children's Hospital Charity  'The speakers at the event answered all my preconceived questions and they answered the participant's questions with great knowledge which felt reassuring.'   April Rye, SVM Europe        

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