Our next Peterborough event

Thursday 26th April

Peterborough Marriott Hotel, 12.00 noon - 2.00pm- Lynch Wood, PE2 6GB


Time - Registration 11.00am for a prompt 11.15am start

Presenter - Anna Morrish from Quibble Content

Topic - What You Need To Know About Getting To The Top Of Google


Everyone wants to rank well in Google, but how do we achieve this? There is so much conflicting advice out there, so during this session we'll look at tried and tested ways you can increase your position in Google, improve brand awareness and gain more inbound leads - the right way. This seminar will be an interactive session that will require you to engage and take action.


* Understanding your current position
* Bad practice Vs Good practice
* Creating the right strategy for you

About The Presenter:

Anna Morrish of Quibble Content has ten years' experience in the marketing industry and set up her company two years' ago. She has a passion for quality content creation, along with a keen eye for digital marketing strategy. She prides herself in her transparent approach to business.


Members - £39.60 - Book Here

Non Members - £39.60 - Book Here

Come and join us at


Thursday 26th April

Peterborough Marriott Hotel, 12.00 noon - 2.00pm

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