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Sam Rutley

Sam Rutley

Digital Director

Sam joined PushON in 2008 as a technical SEO consultant, specialising in open-source web development and online marketing. He’s since progressed to the role of Digital Director, taking on responsibilities in sales, consultancy, project management, analysis, development and quality assurance, although he is particularly focussed on e-commerce marketing and development.

The list of clients Sam has provided web development and online marketing solutions for PushON include are Vodafone, Bench, Hyundai, Best Western Hotels, The Little Greene Paint Company and Thomson Al Fresco. His work is typically to an award-winning standard, and he expects no less from his team.

Sam’s work has been recognised with numerous industry awards; the E-Targeting and Marketing prize at the Fresh Awards for his work with Hyundai; Best Website or Microsite for G&J Greenall at the CIPR Awards; Best Use of Search for Love Those Shoes at the Big Chip Awards; and Best Use of Animation for AHD-MI again at the Big Chip Awards.

Prior to joining PushON, Sam studied Computer Science with Business Management (BSc) at the University of Birmingham and went on to join the UKs largest professional services firm, PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PWC). He then spent just under a year at Just Search.

In his spare time Sam runs a number of successful websites, plays squash and drinks a significant amount of real ale. He is also a keen Manchester City fan, and regularly attends games at the Etihad when time, and his digital interests, permit.

Latest posts by Sam Rutley:

Check Your Site’s Mobile-friendliness – It Could Affect Your Rankings

Google recently announced updates to the search engine results page to incorporate a new mobile-friendly label alongside search results. The growth in mobile usage by consumers has been rapid, but the adoption of mobile-friendly websites by businesses has been slow. The mobile-friendly label is aimed at encouraging businesses to focus on user experience and provide… Continue reading

77 Takeaways from MagentoLive UK 2013

Magento U: SEO in Magento Implementations Danny Essner, Head of Merchant Marketing @ Magento Ensure you enable canonical URLs through Magento to prevent duplicate content issues. Utilise microformats/Schema to enable rich snippets in the search engine results pages. Allow users to leave reviews on product pages using Magento EE/CE core reviews functionality, and provide delivery/service… Continue reading