Venue: Tompkins on Swan
- May 10, 2019
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
SEO is a term thrown around a lot these days as the power of search grows, but what is SEO actually?
Understanding and carrying out SEO on your website is crucial if you want to generate leads from search traffic. But there’s an overwhelming amount of information available on the topic it’s confusing to know where to start…but don’t worry, Kristy Morton has got you!
Kristy will cover how search works, what SEO means and why it’s important, what drives good SEO, what are keywords and how to choose them for your website and the future of SEO. PHEW!
Join us for a delicious lunch, refreshments & tea/coffee. Connect with other amazing like- minded women and experience the Behind the Brands community.
The Working Lunch series brings female entrepreneurs together to learn, share, support, inspire, and to equip you with the knowledge to help move your business forward. These are always welcoming and intimate events, don’t be shy if you’re coming alone. We will be there to support you and welcome you with open arms.
There is plenty of free onsite parking.
As always our events are child friendly. We know first hand what it is like to try and juggle business and babies. If you have a baby, are breastfeeding or simply can’t find a sitter and want to attend, then you are more than welcome to bring your little ones along. Baby cuddles!
About Kristy Morton
Kristy combines her excellent technical knowledge with her ability to translate this into ways that are understandable to the average person so her clients feel informed and in control of how their websites are developed and managed. It is her aim to create a “happy place” for her client’s and their websites.
Prior to establishing her consultancy, Kristy worked for over 10 years as Management Accountant in the private sector. Now she works with clients of across diverse industries but her experience in the business sector means that Kristy is focused on optimising results for clients based on their unique needs and budget.