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Beginner’s SEO workshop for National Coding Week

26th September 2016 by Lauren Pearson | Content & Search, News & Events

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On Monday 19th September we took part in 2016’s National Coding Week by hosting a free afternoon seminar on basic SEO in the events space of our Edinburgh office.

National Coding Week is an annual week-long event offering adults an insight into digital industries, with events planned up and down the country. The aim is to give adults an opportunity to learn how to write computer code, potentially opening the door to a new career.

national coding week seo workshop

The sell-out presentation offered by our Head of SEO Richard Falconer required no previous experience, and covered the essentials of search engine optimisation for beginners – ideal for any small business owners or anyone with responsibility for a website who wanted to understand some of the essential SEO techniques used to raise the ranking of websites in search.

We’d like to thank all of our participants for coming along to the session and for making it a success, as well as National Coding Week for encouraging people up and down the country to explore all things digital.

Lastly, if you happen to be interested in the topic but were unable to come along to the event, don’t worry – you can find all of the slides from the session via SlideShare.

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