Digital Marketer and SEO Account Director @ Maxus UK
Adam is a professional SEO with several years experience in digital marketing. Having previously worked as a consultant at leading corporate agency Ayima, he has contributed to the SEO strategies of several large, global clients in highly competitive niches. As well as being a freelance SEO consultant based in Essex he also works for Maxus UK, the fastest growing media agency for the last 4 years.
SEO Manager @ Maxus UK
from 2013 to present day
Maxus UK, London
SEO Consultant @ Ayima Search Marketing
from 2012 to 2013
Ayima Search Marketing, London
• Produced full technical site audits for large, Blue chip client sites. Audits include both off-page and on-page SEO elements.
• Conducted in depth analysis of client sites & competitor sites using proprietary software and various 3rd party tools such as Google Analytics, Omniture (SiteCatalyst), Hitwise, etc.
• Produced regular reports and performance reviews for clients detailing key SEO measures such as traffic reports, keyword ranking reports and market intelligence reports.
• Liaised directly with clients and their web teams/developers regarding the progress of SEO campaigns on a regular (weekly, monthly, quarterly) basis.
Freelance SEO Consultant
from october 2009 to 2010
Freelance, London & Essex
• Designed and developed websites with on-page optimisation including meta tags, alt description tags,
header tags (h1, h2 etc.), images, internal links and url structure.
• Created and maintained webmaster accounts with Google and Bing and integrated Google analytics data for analysis of performances.
• Analysed and improved existing PPC advertising campaigns with major platforms such as Google Adwords and Facebook Ads.
• Designed and maintained various social media accounts such as Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook Fan Pages and online blogs.
• Monitored rankings and backlink profiles using sophisticated SEO tools from SEOmoz PRO account.
Oxford Brookes University
from 2009 to 2011
MSc International Marketing
University of Reading
from 2003 to 2006