Digital Technical Analyst at Johnson & Johnson
Information Services | Guildford, United Kingdom, GB
I am a highly motivated and dynamic Internet professional with an enthusiastic, dedicated and methodical approach. My extensive repertoire of digital and business skills include almost everything required to run and maintain high traffic websites with very capable copywriting talents, expertise in SEO, social media and digital marketing, supported by years of web design. I am an exceptional communicator, able to liaise clearly and effectively at all levels.
I currently work as a Digital Technical Analyst at Johnson & Johnson for their Lifescan division.
In 15 years as a digital professional I have been a Social Media Outreach Officer and Drupal Webmaster with my longest tenure for over a decade at business advice website www.is4profit.com as a Researcher before becoming Web Designer/Webmaster and later Editor.
I have project managed & maintained Drupal, Joomla and Wordpress platforms, written copy for business news, articles & blogs and spent many years in digital marketing, focusing on organic traffic, social media & newsletter marketing. I have also provided IT support, SysAdmin and other IT consultancy.
Since 2000 AD I have run my own business providing web design, graphic design and IT support although now I tend to focus on selling domain names, providing web hosting & email, website updates and SEO/digital marketing. In 2015 I set up my own limited company.
Personal web projects include long-running blog, environmental and automotive sites.
I am well versed in HTML/XHTML, CSS, Fireworks & Dreamweaver (since the Macromedia days), used to be a whiz with Flash but am now using Adobe Creative Suite including Photoshop. I know Joomla, Wordpress and now Drupal CMS, prefer LAMP stacks, but still offer and set up MS Exchange for my clients when they need more than just IMAP. When it comes to SEO I live on Google Analytics and Google Webmaster Tools, Bing Webmaster Tools and supplement this with Microsoft IIS SEO, Xenu Linksleuth, Screaming Frog, SEMrush...