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Judith is a renowned international speaker, writer, trainer, blogger and digital media consultant specialising in applying strategic understanding of digital technologies to help businesses innovate and optimise their effectiveness within the new, networked communications environment.
She is a regular speaker and trainer around the world on SEO, content strategy, link building, paid media, and digital strategy, and has been recognised by her peers as one of the most influential people in the UK digital industry.
Judith judges the industry leading Search Awards around the world, and has every year since their inception. She has worked with market-leading global businesses including Google, NatWest/RBS, National Gallery, Fidelity, GalaCoral, NBC Universal, Readers Digest, Bayer, Amadeus, AMD, AmEx, Virgin.com, Virgin Startup, Zopa & more.
She has over 23 years of experience, predating Google in her entry into the market, and now runs her own consultancy. She has worked both in-house and agency-side. Judith also blogs about chocolate, has contributed to the book “Pimp My Site” and the Econsultancy guide to Paid Search, and rewrote the large foundational Econsultancy Best Practice Guide to SEO.
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Judith Lewis has been working in the online marketing business in 1996. As was the case with everyone at that time, she learned through patient testing and experimentation on how the various search engine algorithms worked, especially the Google algorithm which establishes which sites rank for what searches. She found her niche in online marketing by combining her degree in psychology with her background in programming. Her passions are SEO and chocolate and she blogs extensively about both.