Tea Time SEO – Web Accessibility and SEO

Wanting to ensure your site is accessible for all of your users? Tune into this episode of Tea Time SEO where our speakers will be sharing their advice to check your website is user friendly for everyone! We’re really looking forward to hearing from our speakers and learning more from their expertise. Learn more about our speakers and what they have been up to below.

Lucy is a CIM-qualified digital marketer focused on making websites work for all users. She is Web UX manager at The Access Group, a growing SaaS company with headquarters in Loughborough. She also works for herself as Nine Seven Digital, offering marketing, product management, SEO and accessibility. Lucy is a mentor for Women in Tech SEO and WYK Digital and writes about inclusive design for Silktide.com.

Billie is a Senior Account Manager & Training Lead at The SEO Works, where she splits her time between upskilling other SEO professionals and managing SEO campaigns for a wide range of clients. Billie worked across high-growth startups and global brands from local businesses to global publishers. In the last year, she has been focusing on advocating for more inclusive approaches to SEO and speaking about it to whoever will listen!

Bradley Webster, is an SEO Account Manager and Team Leader at The SEO Works. Recently, in his own time, Bradley has been working with a local charity specialising in providing sensory rooms to vulnerable people, helping them to expand on their site and improve their SEO while keeping it accessible and intuitive to use.

 

What a great team to have share their tips at Tea Time SEO?! Tune in 4:00pm on the 30th of September, we look forward to having you join us! Sign up below, or here and get updates of our talks and never miss a session again!

 

     

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