Having worked in online marketing roles for various digital agencies as well as in-house, Paul is an experienced consultant.
Paul is a Journalism graduate and also lectures on the MA Journalism course at the University of Winchester where he helped create a multi-award winning digital news service for the university and community.
Paul is also experienced in the development of quality control procedures and has previously managed a successful ISO:9001 accreditation process.
Paul writes about all areas of search marketing and explores the implications of wider marketing considerations, with a particular focus on user experience and behavioural economics.
I go on the internet quite a lot. I go on the internet everyday in fact. Whilst on the internet I use my skills of observation to look at what is out there. In an un-scientific study, I’ve concluded that 98% of the internet can be broken down into two broad categories: naughty websites and blogs. Sometimes the two categories merge, but let’s ignore that for now.
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