Make Your Website Work To Bring You Sales

Yesterday evening the St Neots Business Network was joined by three panel experts to share their knowledge and answer questions on Search Engine Optimisation (SEO). We would like to thank:

Ellie Morgan at Studio24 , James Rodgers & Sam Taylor

You can follow the speakers on twitter :

@studio24 @James_Rodgers1 @IDoDigitalStuff

SEO is often considered as one of the ‘dark arts’ in marketing.  This is because, as a term, SEO is well known but few people actually understand it.

The panel members started with a brief introduction abut themselves and background to their expertise in this field. This immediately led to questions from the audience about things such as ‘backlinks’, ‘meta-tagging’, ‘Google’s algorithm’ and much, much more. A very lively and engaged discussion followed.

It was clear that as the discussion progressed the scales were being lifted from many people’s eyes as they started to comprehend some of the basic terms, what they mean, and the importance of SEO to all our businesses.

As the evening came to and end there were still many questions and we had barely scratched the service of this murky but critical area of the digital world.

Thank you to everyone who attended.

Studio 24 have written a great piece on their website about the evening – you can read it here.

For more information on SEO and help with your website please don’t hesitate to contact any of the panel members for further advice.

Please do leave a comment below on how you found the evening.

The St Neots Business Network meets on the 3rd Wednesday of every month at The Workstation in St Neots from 6 to 8 pm.

4 comments

  • Thanks very much for organising! It was a very enlightening discussion. Great topic. Got some great tips on what I need to do to get my site up the rankings.

    Ellie, James and Sam certainly know their stuff and would recommend them to anyone.

    Looking forward to the next one!

  • This was s really good meeting and the Q & A format meant that audience members could direct the discussion into the areas that were most useful to them. The panel members managed to make the topic accessible to beginners as well as those who knew enough to be dangerous!

  • Great evening – I managed to get in early with some questions. The Q&A format meant that everyone had a chance to pick the expert’s brains. I don’t think I will be the only one making changes to my website soon. Thanks to all concerned.

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