Marketing Mole: Who Does Google Think You Are? - Sally Cowdry, Marketing Director, O2

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Marketing Mole: Who Does Google Think You Are? - Sally Cowdry, Marketing Director, O2


- The first result is a filmed interview with Shiny Media from July 2007 on the future of mobile technology at The O2 Arena. The interview appears again in fourth place, this time hosted on YouTube.

- The second listing is a link to Cowdry's profile on O2's online media centre. Third is her Pipl profile.

- The final link is to a series of O2 press releases on blogs site wikio.co.uk.

Verdict - Cowdry's Google profile is very strong. Although there are a few old results, they all relate to her current role. The fifth result provides a good overview of her recent activity.

Action - Cowdry has recently returned from maternity leave and should work on a fresh round of media interviews about O2's plans. She clearly features in a lot of O2 PR content, so she should focus on getting the most recent content up from fifth to first place.

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