Nicky Walker | Senior Marketing Developer

nicky-profileNicky Walker is the senior marketing developer at Connect. He works closely with our operators and virtual receptionists to ensure that our websites and other marketing avenues are informative, welcoming and professional, just like our services.

Nicky has been instrumental in establishing our online presence via our websites, social media and PPC.

Graduating in Historical Studies from Sunderland University in 1999, Nicky soon realised that his degree had fairly limited uses in the real world and turned his hand to website design and eventually search engine optimisation.

Away from work, Nicky enjoys spending time with his wife and three children, karate, working out at the gym and supporting a terrible football team.

Achievements / Training

  • BA Hons: Historical Studies
  • PHP, XHTML and CSS
  • Site & Domain Management
  • WordPress Management

Recent posts by Nicky:

How to spot and stop phone scams

We frequently read about the dangers or perceived dangers of smartphones these days, whether it be from arthritis in our thumbs to walking into a tree as we browse through our Facebook feed but despite this the number one danger still remains actually receiving phone...

The hidden cost of a telephone number

A lot has changed in the telecoms industry recently and will no doubt continue to change so please be aware that the figures and costs quoted below are correct as of July 2017*, they may not still be accurate if you are reading this whilst whizzing about on your hover...

Staying up late for the election?

So Mrs May has called a snap election to take place on the 8th of June 2017, 3 years before many of us were expecting to drag ourselves down to the polling station yet again. What does it mean to Connect? I know my children will be heartbroken at having to miss...

The problems of starting a new business

Starting a business is not really as big a deal as it is to maintain it. But for new businesses, trying to break even and soar above zero profit is something to think about. The difficulties common with new businesses are not unique problems but are normalities...