November 19, 2012 - Comments Off on Scratching your head about SEO and digital marketing? Our surgery could help!

Scratching your head about SEO and digital marketing? Our surgery could help!

Search Engine Optimisation can be a bit of a scary term. Faced with a mix of complicated algorithms, Google updates named after zoo animals and an industry full of conflicting advice, if you want to get stuck into SEO it can be hard to know where to start. Marketers are regularly left scratching their heads in confusion, unsure of who or what to believe.

It might be that you already have an SEO agency, but you are worried that they only tell you what they want you to hear or that you’re starting to take SEO more seriously.

That’s where Bloom’s free SEO surgery comes in. Taking place from 4-5:30pm on the 6th December at our Leeds offices, our award winning team are keen to take some time to share our knowledge and passion for SEO with local businesses, without any obligation.

From explaining the importance of pandas and penguins to PPC basics, SEO on a shoestring and local search for local businesses, we’re able to answer your SEO and digital marketing questions in a relaxed environment. You’ll get to hear the answers to other local senior marketers’ and managers’ SEO questions too – and learn from the issues they’ve faced.

So, how does the surgery work?

  • Come along on  the afternoon of Thursday 6th December to Bloom’s lovely offices in Leeds, we’ll lay on some refreshments and a host of experienced SEO bods will be ready and willing to answer your queries.
  • We’ll ask you to send us your questions before the event.
  • On the day, we’ll be able go round the room to address each of your questions individually. You’ll benefit from hearing everyone else’s questions answered too!
  • There will be an opportunity after the session to network with other regional business managers.

This event is completely free to attend, but places are limited so be sure to act fast and book your place early here to avoid disappointment!