SALT.agency is proud to announce that it is teaming up with the Department for International Trade and Google with a half-day workshop at the Google Digital Garage in Sheffield on November 16.
Discussing how to grow trade internationally, members of the SALT.agency team will advise businesses on how to identify potential countries and territories, technical limitations, country code targeting, and technical tips and tricks.
Aside from focusing on technical SEO, the gang shall also help with and discuss content considerations as well as reporting and Google analytics.
Businesses who attend will be given clear insights about what steps they need to take so that they can grow and export to new countries throughout the world.
SALT.agency Operations Director, John Ward said:
“We’ve always been passionate about helping businesses expand internationally, and we’re proud and excited to team up with both Google and the Department of International Trade to help Yorkshire businesses achieve a global reach.”
The event will be held 10:00-13:30 on November 16.
It is worth noting that businesses will be restricted to one delegate per workshop.
You can register for the event here.
"Weve always been passionate about helping businesses expand internationally, and were proud and excited to team up with both Google and the Department of International Trade"
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