Speaker Bio

Luke Quilter

Co-founder of Sleeping Giant Media, Giant Campus, and Pocket Giant, and CEO of all, Luke Quilter has found something that he enjoys and excels at. With an excess of 15 years’ worth of experience, he runs three businesses and regularly lectures, coaches and teaches in his expertise; namely – search engine optimisation, pay per click advertising, social media and business start ups. Luke was chosen to carry the Olympic torch in 2012, and was recently recognised for his achievements as England’s Digital Leader of the Year at the Wirehive 100 Awards, as well as Entrepreneur of the year at the 2017 KEiBA Awards.

He has a wealth of experience in search marketing and brand management, coupled with an entrepreneurial spirit that propels him to use his knowledge and experience to further himself, his businesses and others.

Sleeping Giant Media operates as an award-winning Digital Marketing Agency in Kent, recently being recognised as the Chartered Institute of Marketing’s Agency of the Year, with an accolade from the same institute for the Best use of Data and Insight. With over 40 full time staff, they are the largest specialist Search and Social Marketing Agency in Kent.

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Recently, Pocket Giant has seen quick growth in its infancy, providing white label solutions for a number of agencies up and down the country. Simultaneously, Giant Campus was developed to facilitate specialist training in all areas of Digital Marketing, providing this niche service to individuals, businesses, and corporations. Giant Campus were chosen to provide the content for Google’s Digital Garage Workshop, working closely with the global giant to build a host of courses for Google customers. Working closely with Sleeping Giant Media, in its first year of operation, Giant Campus has trained businesses locally, nationally, and globally. Luke Quilter has developed a fully comprehensive CEO course for the Giant Campus offerings, providing keen insight into the necessities, trials, and successes of being a strong CEO.

With all Giant Things, Luke Quilter has fervently involved himself in the development of all service offerings, leading to ensure the success of each business.

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Optimising ROI in your Digital Strategy

In a cyclical environment where everyone has a website because everyone else has one, we want to dig deeper and explore the true purpose of your business’ website to help focus your efforts and drive ROI.

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Optimising ROI in your digital strategy

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the purpose of your company website and digital presence.
  • Strategizing through defining your consumers and their likely online behaviour.
  • Managing the business performance through better understanding the future of website and digital optimisation.

Overview:

In a cyclical environment where everyone has a website because everyone else has one, we want to dig deeper and explore the true purpose of your business’ website to help focus your efforts and drive ROI.

In order to drive digital performance, there are some key metrics and techniques to understand. The session will look at these, in order to help you coach your management team on what they need to do next.

By exploring your consumer base, their drivers and motivators, we will pinpoint key areas of interaction to define the purpose of your digital marketing strategy. This, in turn, will allow you to identify areas of development.

Ultimately, to get ahead of the curve you need to know where it is going. To help drive performance into the future, we will explore what areas are just hype and what new areas are the ones to watch.

Action points:

  • Analyse the purpose of your website.
  • Understand what impact digital channels can have on your brand, and how to optimise them to meet your performance criteria
  • Explore the impact that offline and external factors have on digital performance
  • Establish a process of defining and understanding your consumers and their online habits. Your consumers and their activities are key to all business activity
  • -Develop a strategy to align the website and digital marketing activities to meet the consumers during the moments that matter

Added August 2017.

Optimising ROI in your Digital Strategy

In a cyclical environment where everyone has a website because everyone else has one, we want to dig deeper and explore the true purpose of your business’ website to help focus your efforts and drive ROI.

Read more

Optimising ROI in your digital strategy

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the purpose of your company website and digital presence.
  • Strategizing through defining your consumers and their likely online behaviour.
  • Managing the business performance through better understanding the future of website and digital optimisation.

Overview:

In a cyclical environment where everyone has a website because everyone else has one, we want to dig deeper and explore the true purpose of your business’ website to help focus your efforts and drive ROI.

In order to drive digital performance, there are some key metrics and techniques to understand. The session will look at these, in order to help you coach your management team on what they need to do next.

By exploring your consumer base, their drivers and motivators, we will pinpoint key areas of interaction to define the purpose of your digital marketing strategy. This, in turn, will allow you to identify areas of development.

Ultimately, to get ahead of the curve you need to know where it is going. To help drive performance into the future, we will explore what areas are just hype and what new areas are the ones to watch.

Action points:

  • Analyse the purpose of your website.
  • Understand what impact digital channels can have on your brand, and how to optimise them to meet your performance criteria
  • Explore the impact that offline and external factors have on digital performance
  • Establish a process of defining and understanding your consumers and their online habits. Your consumers and their activities are key to all business activity
  • -Develop a strategy to align the website and digital marketing activities to meet the consumers during the moments that matter

Added August 2017.

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