We’re delighted to announce the latest addition to the Kayo Digital team - Introducing our new SEO Executive, Jasmine Lee.
Jasmine joined us on 1st July having previously worked in the SEO team at Reflect Digital.
Now Jasmine has been with us for a week or so, I figured it would be a good time to ask her a few questions to help us get to know her a bit better;
What are your areas of expertise?
I’m passionate about all areas of SEO, from conducting technical audits and writing content, to developing client strategy. I love to follow a client’s SEO plan from the initial brainstorming and planning phase, through to implementation and ultimate success.
I’m particularly good at identifying where there are gaps in a client’s SEO strategy: What are the website’s biggest problems, in what areas are there the opportunities?
What are going to be your key focuses in your new role?
I will be focusing predominantly on developing and implementing client SEO strategies as part of their wider business goals.
I’m also looking forward to assisting in building long-standing relationships with clients where they understand our value and exactly what SEO brings to the table for their business.
Which projects or clients are you particularly looking forward to working on/with?
Initially, I’d like to focus putting structured SEO deliverables in place. This ensures every client receives the same, outstanding experience when working with us. I’m also looking forward to helping Kayo Digital enter the next phase of their journey by contributing to their brand development and providing that extra push so they stand out in the industry.
What do you like to do when you’re not at work?
Outside of work I like to keep myself busy. I’m really into fitness and going to the gym, I’m a budding musician that plays piano and guitar, and I’m also an avid reader.
Do you have any hidden talents?
I can wiggle my eyebrows like the 2009 Cadbury’s advert (and no, I won’t demonstrate!)
What was the last book you read?
I tend to have a couple of books on the go at a time, but I’m currently reading ‘Thinking Fast and Slow’ by Daniel Kahneman (often described as a book that will change your life), and Daphne Du Maurier’s collection of short stories.