This was a combined webinar and seminar run in January 2012. We are looking to include another one alongside other webinars in the near future. Please do get in contact with us if you are interested in attending.
Learn how to monitor website performance and understand the importance of optimising your website to make it load more quickly and provide a better user experience. This free seminar/webinar is delivered by UKNetWeb and Niddocks in association with The Mobile Conference.
As mobile website usage soars and people upgrade to superfast fibre broadband, the need for faster websites is increasing. Slow websites will deliver a more noticeably poor user experience whilst organisations with faster websites will shine through.
Rob is a Google AdWords Certified Individual in Search Advertising, Display Advertising and Reporting and Analysis; Google Analytics Qualified Individual and a PRINCE2 practitioner.
Rob’s primary role is to develop Niddocks’ technical offering, deliver training, workshops and provide structural SEO and complex PPC support to Niddocks’ client base.
Although Rob has a deeply technical heritage, he has the ability to translate technical ‘geek-speak’ into easy to understand, friendly, non-patronising advice.
Rob spends a great deal of his time reading up on the latest techniques, trends and developments in everything related to the search engines and works closely with Google’s team over in Dublin to ensure that Niddocks’ clients receive the very best advice possible which is up-to-date and follows best practice.
Toby has worked with a range of small, medium and large businesses to identify routes to maximise their revenue online. His work with UKNetWeb has seen him deliver a number of world firsts on behalf of clients. In 2007 he was responsible for generating a mobile application for Nokia, forming part of a multi-channel campaign across numerous countries.
For more information on this event please call 01872 555933, email firstname.lastname@example.org or click the link below to book into the event directly.