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Daniel Collier

Daniel Collier

Link-building Specialist

Daniel moved to the growing digital city of Manchester mid-2012, soon finding a home within the marketing team of PushOn. Having worked for an agency in Brighton previously Daniel has brought with him a wealth of experience in offsite optimisation and outreach work. As an SEO consultant he currently works on providing clients with up to date insights in various blogging niches as well undertaking outreach work within those niches.

Prior to working within digital marketing Daniel held a wide variety of interesting positions from Undertaker to Bank Manager to Trainee Nurse, giving him a solid understanding of people from all walks of life. He has found this understanding to be invaluable to his work in the Digital Marketing sector now he has settled in to a role he loves.

In his life outside of digital marketing Daniel struggles as the only Arsenal supporter in the office, as well as reading as many books as he can get his hand on. Looking after his two children gives him an excuse to indulge in his inner child so he is often found visiting places such as the Lego shop and the MOSI on the weekends.

Latest posts by Daniel Collier:

Joining the Dots – PR, Social & Search in Perfect Harmony – SASCon Mini 2014

Joining the Dots – PR, Social & Search in Perfect Harmony +   Andy Barr – Visionary, 10 Yetis +   Robin Wilson – Director Digital and PR and Social Media, McCann Erickson +   Rob Weatherhead – MediaCom i-Lab Simon Wharton (Chair) – Push ON  Andy has been asked if SEO agencies are approaching him to work with his agency…. Continue reading

Introducing Online Marketing Superheroes!

  What Is Online Marketing Superheroes? Online marketing. Just a mention of the phrase can send certain folk into paroxysms of bliss and bring forth tales of hard-won campaigns about page ones, measurably improved conversion rates and outperforming that ad with the woman peeling glue off her face. Well it’s time for recognition. Real recognition…. Continue reading