De-mystifying SEO - More Traffic More Business

3rd October 2014

SHEFFIELD internet marketing agency Ignition Search is launching a series of free seminars explaining the growing importance of digital marketing.

The 'Be Seen Be Found' series will start on Thursday 23 October 2014 at The Sheffield Brewery Company in Kelham Island with a session on Search Engine Optimisation. The session will be headed up by Ignition's Director of Search Jon Colegate, who has been sharing his skills and expertise with the local business community for over 15 years. In his seminar, Jon intends to give an overview and introduction to SEO before covering 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 Ignition will be following up this session with a further seminar on AdWords, and then one specifically for e-commerce sites. 'Ignition Search have expertise like no other, a forerunner for SEO since the early days of online search, I encourage all local companies to make use of this expertise. Attending just one of these sessions will be time well spent!' Dr. Andrew Hirst, Programme leader for Business and IT, Sheffield Hallam University 'De-mystifying SEO More Traffic More Business' is an invitation only event, so if you are interested in attending this, or any of the events, please contact Alex Hughes either by email ahughes@ignitionsearch.co.uk or call 0114 272 2444.

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