The Urban Element online marketing department is pleased to welcome Paul Wood to the team. Paul brings with him experience in SEO and digital marketing after three years working in the field. Working alongside Charlie and Lucy, Paul will be responsible for delivering SEO projects to our clients.
Paul graduated from the University of Winchester in 2009 with a degree in Journalism. As part of a project at university Paul helped to plan and develop a dedicated news website for staff and students as well as manage the site on an ongoing basis. The site proved a success and gave Paul a taste for the digital world.
Upon leaving university Paul took on the role of website manager at an e-commerce website that sold beauty products. Working in the areas of paid search management, email marketing, website design and development as well as SEO, Paul put in place plans that saw sales of the company’s products rise, helping bring specialist beauty products to the masses!
Following on from this, Paul moved to the island of Guernsey (not Jersey!) where he joined a web agency as digital marketing executive. The role saw Paul continue his work in the areas of SEO, paid search management and other forms of digital marketing as well as enjoying down time on the many beaches of Guernsey! Working with clients large and small, Paul was able to demonstrate successes in increasing website visitors and ultimately helping businesses realise their potential online.
Paul has now returned across the English Channel and is excited to join the growing team at Urban Element in what promises to be exciting times for the online marketing team! You can find Paul on Twitter – @paulwould.
A results driven, self-motivated and resourceful director with a proven ability to develop and strengthen client relationships. With 14 years marketing experience Jon’s main focus is to ensure clients receive return on investment from their online investment. Jon has excellent people skills and possesses the valuable ability to explain technically-complex subjects and make them comprehensible.