Jon Payne – Noisy Little Monkey
The Clifton Club
Tuesday 9th February 2016. 5:30 to 7:30pm
Slides now available here.
Practical SEO Checklists to Make You Rich and Sexy
Jon Payne will share Noisy Little Monkey’s tried and tested methods for auditing websites, launching new sites and monitoring their progress monthly. This practical SEO talk will give you a checklist that ensures you are (or your web developer is) doing the technical fundamentals right today, tomorrow, next week, next month and next year. Jon will suggest essential tools and releveant audit components across:
- On page content
- Architecture and Technical SEO
- Mobile Compatability
- Rank Tracking
After that, it’s over to you. Bring your SEO questions! Jon has been doing this for 17 years now, so there’s a good chance he can help straight away!
Bristol-based Noisy Little Monkey are an SEO and social marketing agency known for helping their clients unlock potential online through a unique and strategic approach to digital marketing. Not only do they provide consultancy, training and implementation of various effective online strategies, but they are also the organisers of the popular Digital Buffet conferences and hold seminars and workshops across the South West. They have helped improve hundreds of websites for a variety of clients, using search and social techniques that are honest and viable.
About the Speaker
Jon Payne is founder and Technical Director of Noisy Little Monkey. His succesful sales career stretches back some 20 years with the last dozen or so working online. For the last 8 years, Jon’s focus has been Search and Social Media Marketing, in addition to his role as “Great Ape of Inbound” at Noisy Little Monkey, Jon gives frequent talks and seminars about digital marketing. A knowledgable and entertaining speaker – Jon will make you laugh and make you think. Sometimes both.
When and Where
Our venue for the evening is The Clifton Club, Bristol. As always, the evening starts at the bar with networking from 5.30pm. The talk starts at 6.30 and finishes by 7.30pm, allowing for even more networking time afterwards.
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