Brighton SEO 2016 Speaker Slides
September’s Brighton SEO introduced many new things.
The event doubled in size, moved to a new venue and I got the opportunity to speak for the first time.
View my slides below:
The other talks from the day are below:
Stacey MacNaught: Lessons from Link Building in 2009 that Apply Today
Paul Madden: Navigating an ocean of link data, a former pirates story
Dave Naylor: The hidden pitfalls of ecommerce SEO
David Whatley: Why local search should be part of your e-commerce strategy
Tom Anthony: Emerging types of Search
Stephen Kenwright: Best practice is not enough
Dara Fitzgerald: Analytics 360 Suite: Is it a game changer?
Dr Jess Spate: Custom variables in Google Tag Manager
Anna Lewis: Analytics horror stories
Dewi Nawasari: Sharing framework for international success
Christina Xu: Creating digital success in China
Justyna Wilner: Utilising Yandex to grow in Russia
Sam Thomas: Does CTR really affect website performance?
Chris Bullick: How a reviews strategy helps your SEO?
Martin Chillcott: Content Marketing, approaching it as a publisher
Steve Linney: Why email rules content marketing
Helene Hall: Content marketing framework
Simon Bennison: How to put a price on digital content
Martijn Scheijbeler: Content Marketing, approaching it as a publisher
Lauren Greatorex: No Idea? How to create B2B marketing campaign ideas that sell.
Kirsty Hulse: Why we need to stop avoiding content personalisation
Christoph Cemper: 7 more things you didn’t know about links and redirects
Sophie Turton: Getting your users to do your content marketing for you
Yiğit Konur: Keyword research in autopilot by Google spreadsheet macros
Lizzie De Freitas: How we search on mobile
Marcin Chirowski: How to create an international blog to boost your SEO
Emily Mace: Domain strategies for international succes
Felipe Rossi: Developing personas for international Social Media
Jon Earnshaw: How to avoid a site migration disaster
Malcolm Coles: SEO for news. We do WHAT?
Will Critchlow: SEO split tests you should be running
Shane Redding: Marketing Automation Masterclass
Bas van den Beld: The psychology behind the content
Olga Andrienko: Tinder science of A/B testing and conversion optimisation
Maria White: Blogging from inside a conflict
Phil Nottingham: Optimizing video across social media platforms
Greg Gifford: How to be a Facebook Advert Superhero
Paul Curry: Building Viral Web Toys At Lightning Speed
Mike Briggs: SEO is Dead
Luke Regan: Pokemon Go Impacting Local Search for Businesses
Daniel Kershaw: This talks going to be fleek, bruh! Detections of language change and evolutions in Online Social Networks.
Berian Reed: Moving the dial
Richard Petersen: How to build a business case for SEO fixes
Laura Crimmons: Finding the value of Digital PR beyond the links
Cosmin Negrescu: An agency’s strategy to ABC: Always Be Closing!
Briony Gunson: Integration, Integration & Integration: SEO and Content Marketing
Kate Barrett: Email Marketing Masterclass
Christian Ward – Why Local Search Is Essential for Brands And Agencies Who Serve Them
Myles Anderson: 5 Key Trends Shaping the Future of Local Search
Simon Jacobson: If I built the world’s first search engine from scratch today, what would it look like
Jimisha Thakrar: Humanising Search; Au Naturale
Paddy Moogan: Sustainable content marketing
Lexi Mills: Overcoming Launch Fear
Lisa Myers: How changing your mind can make you successful
Fili Wiese: Making your website record-breaking fast
Will Quick: Attribution: Making Sense of the Chaos
Meghan Burton: Why the “new keyword = new page approach to SEO” is bonkers
Nils De Moor: How HTTP/2 will change the web as we know it
Roll on April 2017!