How to Do SEO on a Shoestring Budget

I spoke at the Search London meetup today on how to convince SME clients to move-away from tired, old fashioned SEO techniques and take the plunge into Creative Content, even if they have a limited budgets.

I gave examples and the process behind Content Curation, News-Jacking & Buzzfeed-style list campaigns that didn’t cost the earth to make but still won links from sites like HuffPost, Lifehacker. & Inc.

Massive thanks to Jo Turnbull & Tim Sheed for letting me come along and talk.

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