14th March 2019, 6pm – 9pm

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MKGO brings together some of the best digital marketers in the UK and, combined with a fun and relaxed atmosphere, gives the digital marketing community chance to learn and share over a few well-earned drinks (we’ll be throwing some money behind the bar too).

This isn’t a networking event; it’s a meeting of minds. No name tags. No formality. Just some fantastic presentations and the chance to ask any burning questions.

Our Speakers

Dom Hodgson
Ultra low budget digital marketing | Dom Hodgson

Just over a year ago, Dom launched his latest project (Little Warden) to hundreds of retweets and likes, but as it turns out the bank doesn’t accept likes and retweets to pay the mortgage. So follow Dom on his adventures in outsourcing his entire digital marketing spend ($50) as we get an SEO Audit, content written, a PPC campaign and more. Has Dom found the ultimate secret to winning ‘best low budget campaign’ at the next search awards?

twitterDom Hodgson – Founder Little Warden & CTO at Kerboo
Rob Kingdom
Biggest challenges of running SEO for a well-known travel brand | Rob Kingdom

Rob will be covering a few of the major hurdles that he faces as an SEO specialist in the travel industry, as well as a few ways in which TravelSupermarket has attempted to overcome these issues. Whilst examples will be mainly travel industry specific, he’ll attempt to generalise the problems in a wider context.

twitterRob Kingdom – Senior SEO Manager at TravelSupermarket
Aliyah Loughlan
Being a small business and gaining coverage on top-tier national and industry press | Aliyah Loughlan

Aliyah will be taking you through three steps that will help you get your business – however small or large – on top-tier national and industry sites. As well as providing you with client examples, industry hacks and her own personal experiences, you will be leaving with some handy tips in your back pocket.

twitterAliyah Loughlan – Digital PR consultant at Aira 
Aoife O'Connor
The psychology of language and tactics we should be using for PR & link building | Aoife O’Connor

Aoife will be looking at the link between psychology and PR and providing her top tips for applying this to content, outreach and link building. Looking at over arching psychological theories and methods and how this can help us get that all important coverage for our clients and build relationships with journalists.

twitterAoife O’Connor – Digital PR Team Lead at Aira 

Event Address

Jurys Inn, Midsummer Blvd, Milton Keynes, MK9 2HP


+44 (0)1908 669526



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