As Digital 22 continues to grow, we grow bigger and stronger! And over the last couple of months we have had new additions to the team. Make sure to say hello to the new recruits!
Say hello to Sam!
Born and raised in Oswaldtwistle, Sam completed his A Levels at Blackburn College where he studied Business Studies, Media Studies, English Language and ICT.
With an interest in marketing, Sam wanted first-hand experience in the industry so he joined our team as a Technical Search Apprentice. He will assist the SEO team and be completing technical fixes on our clients' websites.
If you want to learn more about SEO you can find out more here.
Video gaming enthusiast and football supporter, Sam's favourite football team is Chelsea - if you ask him why, it'll make you feel very sentimental.
Say hello to Amy!
Amy joins Digital 22 as our Outreach Apprentice.
Before joining our family, she studied Art & Design at Nelson and Colne College where she recognised she wanted to work in a creative industry and use her ICT skills. This is where Digital 22 came in!
Working as part of our Outreach team, Amy will help build link connections for our clients. Natural links are very important for SEO and can help improve website rankings.
Originally from Clitheroe, Amy now lives in Clayton-le-Moors. She enjoys going to the cinema and eating out, she loves her dogs (but not so keen on Chihuahas!).
Say hello to Steph!
Steph joins Digital 22 as our Content Ninja or rather our Content Executive.
She will be assisting the Inbound Marketing team to create original content that will help turn your site visitors into qualified leads.
Inbound Marketing is used to help businesses understand their customers and content is a valuable device to attract visitors and convert them into customers.
Born in Bury, Steph now lives in Blackburn. When she's not writing, she enjoys seeing her friends, visiting new places and walking with her dogs.
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