Is it ‘Game Over’ for blogger freebies, reviews and sponsored posts?

Leading digital specialist Saija Mahon will discuss what Google’s new blogger guidelines
mean for your business at FunFest

Google is now watching out for bloggers who post content and links it believes are related to free products – so what does this mean for your blogging business and the brands you work with? Leading digital marketer and SEO specialist Saija Mahon will talk through the obstacles to avoid and reveal how to increase your website’s ranking in a few simple steps.
 
Mahon is the founder of Mahon Digital Marketing, an international award-winning digital media agency. Her business specialises in website, search engine and social media optimisation and works with Blue Chip companies across Europe. She has presented at many business conferences and works closely with both Google and Bing on behalf of her clients.
 
Her presentation at FunFest – Is it the end of the line for freebies, reviews and sponsored posts? What Google’s new blogger guidelines will mean for you – will resonate strongly with all bloggers, and will provide useful and practical advice for anyone currently working with brands.
 
“As the digital landscape rapidly changes, new tactics and techniques to rank your website and blog also emerge,” said Mahon. “Hence, whilst search engine giant Google’s algorithm amendments will be imperative to keep up with, there are plenty of other opportunities in the ever growing internet to be seen, heard and noticed. I look forward to lifting the lid on the world of blog optimisation at FunFest.”
 
“We’re delighted that Saija will be talking to our delegates about this important issue,” said Kirsty Barr, MD of MI PR Global, which hosts the FunFest Blogger Summit.
 
“Saija and her company work with significant Blue Chip companies across Europe, advising on SEO and much more; her advice to our blogger delegates will be invaluable. We have experienced her expertise first-hand with our clients and she will give a no-nonsense and very topical discussion from which I’m sure the delegates will learn plenty and be able to incorporate into their day to day work.”
 
The FunFest Blogger Summit 2016 takes place on Saturday September 10th at beautiful Whittlebury Hall Hotel & Spa. Tickets to attend cost just £39.99 and kids can come for free. Find out more by visiting www.funfestuk.com.
 
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For more information please contact Kirsty Barr at MI PR Global.
 
Kirsty.barr@miprglobal.co.uk
 
Telephone: 01494 372130