Rebecca Caroe is an accomplished public speaker delivering keynotes, workshops and seminars. She is a B2B marketing and CRM specialist with experience in Australasia, European and US markets.  She delivers tactical digital marketing insight framed around a practical methodology which listeners find easy to understand and take action.

As an expert in search engine marketing and direct response copywriting, her focus on practical digital marketing suits SME businesses.  She is known for her involvement with the sport of rowing and commentated for the BBC at the London Olympics.


I went to a Creative Agency Secrets breakfast in early Dec 2016, and met the Creative Agency Secrets crew. It was an informative and lively session on SEO for Growth, presented by the CEO, Rebecca Caroe. Rebecca’s presentation also valuably covered the Do’s and Don’ts of Websites, which was an unexpected bonus. As a person who was ‘green’ to SEO and the architecture behind Great Websites, I came out of the breakfast feeling considerably more informed.

Toni Snelgrove, credentialed Executive Coach

I first saw Rebecca Caroe speak on a marketing and technology panel at SXSW in Austin, Texas. I was so impressed that I got in touch to discuss marketing with her further. I subsequently invited Rebecca to speak at the inaugural DiG Festival, and event I run in Newcastle, Australia. Her preparation, content and delivery was so well received that I have subsequently had Rebecca speak at two more DiG Festivals. Rebecca’s knowledge around content marketing and local marketing strategies is world-class and I highly recommend her to any event organiser.

Craig Wilson, Founder, Sticky Digital Marketing, Co-founder, DiG Festival

Rebecca has always proved to be a popular presenter for us. She always provides polished presentations which contain lots of practical tips for attendees to use later. I have always found Rebecca’s collaborative approach to hosting a webinar to be thorough and professional and she is a presenter who I know I can rely on to deliver what she has promised.

Richard Dams, Webinar Manager, Wolters Kluwer

I would highly recommend Rebecca’s workshops. The information she shared was both relevant and easy to implement. She is highly knowledgeable and gave all attendees great advice. We have all walked away with effective strategies to improve our websites.  

Megan Rees, Author, Grey Lynn Business Association

Thanks so much for coming to speak to us and giving us practical, attainable marketing tips to action – feedback was that several members were intending to immediately put your advice to work.  

Robynne Pringle, Manager, Te Atatu Business Association

I asked participants to rate the workshop overall and it scored an average of 9.3 out of 10, which is excellent!

When asked how effective you were as a speaker the majority of people said that you were an ‘extremely effective speaker’ and there were also a few who thought you were a ‘very effective speaker’ which is a great result!  Similarly, when asked to rate how worthwhile the workshop had been most people rated it as being ‘extremely worthwhile’ with a few rating it as ‘very worthwhile’.  The participants found the workshop clear, concise and relevant, packed with great low cost ideas for optimizing their internet marketing.  It seems most people have come away with new value adding tools that can be implemented in their businesses.  They also thought you were great at delivering the workshop and kept the it relevant and to the point.
Jordan Hills, Project Manager, The Icehouse Business Incubator

Rebecca spoke at the Online Marketing meetup on the integration of online and offline media. I loved the case study she presented, which was perfect to showcase how offline and online media was integrated to reach an audience, no matter how niche it was. Her presentation was clear, thorough and gave me new insights on more marketing ideas I can use in the future. Thank you Rebecca! =). 

Nicole Tan, Digital Nomad

It was good to be in the group and to feed off Rebecca’s comment and experience. I don’t record leads and whether they were successful and that will definitely be useful in future. 

Nicola Manning, Nicola Manning Design

I enjoyed it.  It was definitely worthwhile.  I thought it was a good bunch of people and it was very interesting. 

Dave Sauvage, Sauvage Design

It was really good and I will do a strategy accountability partner each month.  I am going to leave my paid mentor group and do this instead. I have to get into the headspace to actually go back and review everything and set goals for each month. The wide range of people was very good especially the male female diversity. 

Jo-Anne Hitchcock, H Architecture

I thought it was useful and when people are at different stages that’s interesting.  I could do a few things differently which is partly a time thing. Beneficial – I got out of it as much as I could.  

Jeremy Sutton, Jeremy Sutton Lawyers