Jo Turnbull

Jo Turnbull

Jo Turnbull

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Jo Turnbull is a freelance SEO consultant and is the founder of SEO Jo Blogs, a site to help those in SEO, capturing many of the updates in the industry. Jo is the organiser of Search London  which holds events in the London, UK, featuring key search professionals in the industry. She has increased membership by more than 250% since taking over as organiser in October 2010. Jo is passionate about search and travel and this summer combined both as she took part in the first "State of Search Euro Roadshow", meeting SEO professionals throughout Europe and blogging about her experience on State of Search.

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4 reasons to attend the International Search Summit

In October, I was fortunate enough to attend the International Search Summit conference in New York. For those who have not yet attended an ISS, make sure you put it as your New Year’s resolution for 2013.

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5 simple ways to recycle more

Recycling has been a hot topic for many years, but it is only recently that offices have jumped on board. If your workplace hasn’t joined the trend, here are few ways to get you on the right track to being environmentally friendly.

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5 things to know before starting up

So you’re keen to run your own business. You’ll be leaving behind all the securities that come with a full time job to meet a host of new challenges, so here are just some of the considerations you should look into before going it alone.

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Five industries where offline marketing still works

With all the talk of online and inbound marketing, it can be easy to forget that many offline and more traditional tools are still available for the marketing of your business. Here are five sectors in which offline marketing still delivers tangible results.

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How to manage your own accounts: Five steps

Working for yourself means not only do you need to market your products and services and bring in new business, but you also need to manage your own financial accounts. You have to keep on top of the money coming in and out if you want to survive the first year in business. These five tips will help.

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