Neil Hannam - Head of Organic Search

Neil Hannam - Head of Organic Search

Neil not only works as a digital marketing consultant at the agency, but has more recently been moving into speaking at conferences and events on the subject of SEO and Marketing Automation. When hes not at work Neil enjoys all things outdoorsy like cycling, rugby and long walks with Barney (his adorable dog). Neils also partial to a bit of traveling, as was made evident in his 6month trip around the world.

Take a look at the latest posts by Neil below:

Brighton SEO Round Up – Part Two

Gary from Google Keynote Speech

Part Two of our trip to Brighton SEO rounds up the highlights for the remainder of the team. There is a lot to take in throughout the day so studying the schedule and breaking it up lets us cover a lot more ground. Holly’s Highlights Brighton SEO provided a jam packed agenda of one thought…
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‘Ask Me Anything’ With Google’s Gary Illyes at SMX Advanced – Seattle 2016

‘Ask Me Anything’ With Google’s Gary Illyes at SMX Advanced – Seattle 2016

  Day one of SMX advanced concluded with an “Ask Me Anything” (AMA) session with Google’s Webmaster Trends Analyst, Gary Illyes. Gary has become something of a lightening rod for SEOs over the past couple of years and is frequently subjected to grillings from the SEO industry on the changes and updates Google is making…
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Workshop Presentations from the B2B Marketing Expo

Anicca Digital have once again been out and about exhibiting and speaking, this time at the B2B Marketing Expo at the Excel Centre in London. As well as a seminar slot we also ran two workshops, alternating each hour across the two days. Below you can find the slideshows from each of the talks. What’s…
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What’s the BBC Got Against Google?

What’s the BBC Got Against Google?

  This morning started like every other. A late bus and and a 45 minute commute into the office that was spent reading what caught my eye on my Twitter and Feedly feeds. This morning a story about the power of Google caught my eye, that’s not unusual, but the fact it was published by the…
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