Hallam BoardroomSusan Hallam will be sharing her views on the latest Google developments at two breakfast briefings taking place in place in September. This is a small group session, so book your place for this free event now.

A Google insider recently confided to us that the next 12 months will bring more changes in Google than in all of the last 10 years. These are challenging times for your business, and this session will help business owners and marketing professionals by introducing the key concepts, and providing you with a practical set of steps that your business needs to take.

Susan will be covering three topics:

  • understanding the latest Google search updates: Panda and Penguin
  • what Panda and Penguin mean for your website, and the steps you need to take to address common problems
  • how your business needs to be using Google+

Keeping up to date with changes in Google can be an overwhelming task because there is so much information to absorb.  Whilst we don’t promise this one hour seminar will make you an expert, what it will do is give you a solid understanding of the latest changes in Google, and what your company needs to do to stay ahead of your competitors.

The two sessions are being held in our boardroom in Nottingham, and we want to invite you to come along.

 10 October and 23 October at our new office location in Nottingham city centre

Where – The Clock Tower, Talbot Street, Nottingham NG1 5GG
Start – Arrive for 8:30am and a light breakfast followed by a prompt start at 9:00am
Finish – By 10.30am
Your Host – Susan Hallam

You are sure to take away a list of practical ideas that your business do straight away, so be sure to book your place now.

Book your place now


Maximum of two attendees per company please.



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One response to “Breakfast Briefings: Keeping Up to Date with Google”

  1. Emma Moffett says:

    Please may I apply to attend your seminar to be held on Thursday 27th September 2012. Many thanks Emma

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