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Jonny Pennington

Jonny Pennington

SEO Consultant

Jonny joined PushON towards the end of 2012 to join the expanding SEO team; working on on-site and off-site SEO activities, and keyword and competitor research for clients across a number of industries.

Whilst studying Marketing Management at Manchester Metropolitan University, Jonny undertook a 12 month industry placement working in an online marketing role. This gave him the opportunity to develop a range of marketing skills, including work on PPC, SEO and email marketing campaigns. After graduating with a 2:1 in 2012 he returned to this position and successfully helped to develop and launch a mobile site for the company.

It was whilst studying on MMU’s successful digital marketing course that Jonny identified this was the industry he was keen to work in, and this was further strengthened on the back of his 2012 MMU SEO Cup win; one of the most prestigious awards for digital marketing students.

Outside of the world of marketing Jonny keenly follows Manchester United across the country and Europe; and when not watching he is attempting to play as the dream of becoming a professional slowly slides away.

Latest posts by Jonny Pennington:

“The Internet has killed April Fools”

Anyone else struggle with the desperate and repetitive attempts from companies trying to out-fun each other online yesterday? What was painful about the exclusives from every business around is that there was more noise yesterday than any other “holiday”, and even worse, pretty much everyone woke up expecting to see April Fools littering social media. In fact,… Continue reading

Screaming Queens vs Plain Janes: Where Next for Metrics – SASCon Mini 2014

Talk 2 of the day in the main room features our very own David Gerrard alongside Tim Langley of Canddi, Ryan McKay of MediaCom and Richard Gregory of Latitude chairing the panel of ‘What Next for Metrics’. SAScon metric slides from PushON Ltd The panel started off with a introduction about why we need metrics… Continue reading