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For those that didn’t over do it on the Kooztails, the Think Visibility presentations started in earnest at 10am following a great intro from Dom Hodgson (“Koozai! Say it with me…’Koozai’…’Koozai’…’Koozai’…”).
There were brilliant swag bags featuring Think Vis Lego mini figures, pick n mix, and a cardboard Dom of course! Read more
If day one of the CS Forum provided me with a deeper understanding of content strategy and useful takeaways [See: The Content Strategy Forum - Day One] then day two gave me so much more. I was able to discover content strategy tips from the very best people practising this discipline.
From easy to use success metrics to analysing your content using analytics and from strategies for the social web to effective video content, I listened to compelling talks, something that should be shared to the wider community. One of the key takeaways from the Forum, as advocated by Melissa Rach is that our competitive advantage comes when we share…so share I will…
It is the end of day 2 of SAScon and there were some fantastic sessions today. Since I got the speaking bit out of the way yesterday, I wanted to spend today taking notes, blogging and sharing some of the great tips, stats and action points that come out of the sessions.
Today, was the first BrightonSEO of 2013 and half the Koozai team were there to support one of the biggest search marketing conferences in the UK. This year, BrightonSEO was run over three separate tracks meaning that attendees get the opportunity to choose between 38 sessions and 42 speakers… what a choice!
It’s that time again! We’re covering every single session from this year’s BrightonSEO as they happen and will be updating this post throughout the day with the five tips you can’t ignore from each talk.
This weekend saw the 7th Think Visibility conference with a mixture of presentations and networking. From Analytics, to video, branding to SEO the conference took in a lot of different streams and provided a fantastic insight into what you should be doing for each of these disciplines.
For those who didn’t attend, or who want a recap, we’ve compiled our favourite tips of the day.
In our second giveaway of the month it’s time to announce our winners for the Think Visibility ticket competition. We had three tickets to give away to this Leeds based event to celebrate our platinum sponsorship.
It promises to be a fantastic day of talks, so congratulations to our winners who are….
The Interflora penalty has sent shockwaves through the search community over the past week. And as the dust now starts to settle, several speakers attending the ionSearch social and search marketing conference in April offer their opinions on what happened to the brand and the wider impact.
This weekend Think Visibility celebrated its fifth year and 9th conference. It was a birthday party, a Christmas party and of course had great sessions about SEO, business, analytics and more! I had a fantastic time meeting new people, catching up with those I’d met before and learning new things.
The very first Econsultancy FUNNEL conference was held today at the Lancaster London, designed to help senior sales and marketing professionals understand the landscape around marketing automation and lead nurturing.
The conference was launched this year by Econsultancy to focus on the four core disciplines of revenue marketing – Attract, Engage, Nurture and Convert. With over 500 of the UK’s leading senior sales and marketing professionals in attendance and 28 seminars on the agenda, I was really looking forward to the event. Read more
Held on 13th November 2012 at the Emirates Stadium, London, Econsultancy FUNNEL 2012 brings together like minded senior B2B marketers interested in aligning marketing and sales teams to drive new business and increase revenue. We were attending for the second year running and with many tracks and sessions from industry pioneering speakers, unfortunately it wasn’t possible to attend every talk, however here are some key takeaways from the sessions I attended for those that were unable to make them!