Hi, I’m Jon Crannage,
Digital Client Marketing Manager
For new clients one of the first tasks we do is a wide-ranging technical audit of your website to find issues that could be causing you problems in search results. I can explain what the SEO issues are and what we can do to help solve them. Boom can do this independently or work closely with you and your team.
I will audit your site and by researching your competitors, market and customers find the right keywords and phrases for you to target. I can then help you optimise your pages from meta tags to on-page copy to make your website drive sales and leads to your business.
I'll work with colleagues at Boom to create great ideas for content that we'll use to get your website high quality traffic and links. We'll make sure that your content will attract users who will want your products or services.
I can analyse your current website to find out what's working and identifying any weak or gaps in content that we can help you address here at Boom.
My experience in working online started in 2002 as Web Manager at the Government Office for the East Midlands. Since then I’ve worked in a variety of web-focused jobs, spending the last 6 years as Digital Content Coordinator at Loughborough University. My digital marketing role at Loughborough was wide-ranging covering SEO, content optimisation, campaign management and social media strategy.
My work here at Boom is currently focussed on SEO, working closely with colleagues in our design and development teams. If you’re looking to grow your business online please get in touch!
I’m a dedicated recreational runner although in recent years injury and parenthood have put paid to taking part in many races. This means I’ve started cycling quite a lot, which I’m even slower at. Last year I circumnavigated London (in the rain) and I’ve ridden coast to coast more than once.
I love music (yeah, any kind of music) and music history. I play bass in the finest band in Nottingham, Heroes of Switzerland, and look forward to when we’re back playing stadium shows. I’m a Notts County fan at possibly the most depressing point in the clubs history. I’d also describe myself as a ‘train watcher’. I’ve got a real interest in the railways but don’t collect numbers or spend weekends standing on platforms in the rain. Not yet, anyway 🙂