Published on Feb 4, 2019

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Hunter Region Business Hub will be running the first of its 2019 workshops for digital business skills next week, Tuesday 12 February, 10am-12pm. Entitled ‘make Google fall in love with your website’ it is designed to give you the skills to attract more customers to your website and ultimately to your business.

The HUB will be offering these monthly digital workshop over the next few months, each split over two weeks and they are designed to allow flexibility and reflection before implementation. They anticipate this type of delivery will be of real value to participants.

The sessions promise to offer lots of great content and as they are running for only two hours per session they should fit in to many people’s busy schedule.

“The two hour timeslots should make it more manageable for people to get away from their businesses” says Ian MacDougall, digital business advisor at the HUB. “Longer workshops can also be overwhelming when you’re learning new skills.”

This workshop covers 10 key insights into Search Engine Optimisation or SEO, to help you make the most of your relationship with Google.

They won’t be using technical jargon, and they will give you tools that you can apply in your own business.

You’ll learn how to get seen on the net, how to get more visitors to your website, and how to get more business while reducing your advertising costs.


Who’s Presenting?

Kimberlie Clare-Campbell and Iain MacDougall who are digital business advisors at the Hub. Between them they have run several small businesses, developed many websites, and helped lots of small businesses improve their rankings on Google.

They understand small business and they aren’t trying to sell you anything. They aim to make a positive difference in your business.


What Should You Bring?

Your laptop, pen and paper, and a can do attitude.

Bookings are through eventbrite and the cost is $58.51 per session.

Hunter Region Business Hub is at the corner Barton and Merthyr streets, Kurri Kurri.

Call 4936 2557 with any enquiries or email

Visit their website for more information about the HUB and upcoming workshops.