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Business Club - Raise The Ranks on Google: Your Guide to Being Visible Online

Event Details

Tuesday, 18th September 2018
6:00 pm to 8:30 pm
54 St James Street, Liverpool, L1 0AB

You’ve probably heard the terms ‘Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)’ and ‘Digital Marketing’ but what does it all actually mean?!

'Raise The Ranks on Google: Your Guide to Being Visible Online' will look at the simple techniques you could be implementing on your website and content to improve your ranking on search engines and ensure that you’re visible online to your customers.

We’ll be hearing from expert marketeers who will help you develop your knowledge of the best SEO practices and tell you why it’s vital that you jump onboard for your business.

So who will be joining us...

Mark Russell - bmicro - Marketing Consultancy Based in Liverpool

Mark has over 5 years of digital marketing experience and has worked with global brands to micro businesses in Liverpool. He will be sharing his knowledge of SEO and provide helpful tips that you can take action with to improve your online presence. 

Ruth Hartnoll - J&R - Founder & Content Director 

Founded in 2018, J&R empowers small businesses to think bigger. With expertise in content marketing, social media, WordPress websites and SEO to help small businesses make smarter business decisions. Founded by Ruth Hartnoll, J&R is a female-centric company. They love pairing with small businesses in all forms – especially those with female founders and decision makers: empowered women empower women. 

Join us on Tuesday 18th September, 6 – 8:30pm at 54 St James Street.

Business Club

The Women's Organisations Business Club is an exclusive women's only networking group which is open to female business owners.

Membership is open to female business owners only and is per individual not per business. Additional staff members can be booked onto individual events as you go. Our events will mostly be held at our flagship building, 54 St James Street in Liverpool but members are welcome to join from anywhere.

How much does it cost?

We don’t have a membership fee as such. All we ask is that you make a one-off donation to The Women’s Organisation charity. This donation will help towards the cost of running Business Club and help us continue to deliver our support for women in business. The minimum donation is £25 and this instates you as a 'member for life' - that's right, no annual renewal fees. We also welcome larger donations, just specify the amount when completing your membership form.


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