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Brighton SEO kicked off today with some fascinating talks and presentations from the morning session. Read more
Tickets to the next BrightonSEO event sold out just 12 minutes, which was an all-time record for the conference! BrightonSEO is one of the most popular SEO conferences and features a line-up of great speakers including our very own Samantha Noble, who will be talking about how to effectively re-launch a brand or product online.
Koozai have sponsored the event again this year and we have a 10 tickets to give away.
It’s tough to get links from high profile websites such as the Guardian and TIME and only the strongest pitches and most effective outreach will get results. To do this it’s vital you understand the way people you are contacting work, alongside the needs they have, and all the hundreds of others things they have to get done.
You can do this with psychology, and in this presentation we reveal the same psychological techniques we used to get coverage in the BBC, Daily Mail, CBS, TIME and many more. Best of all we show you how to do this too.
In the past three years I’ve attended a lot of conferences aimed at individuals within the digital industry. However, I’ve always been surprised with the lack of females in attendance. This led me to believe that either the digital marketing industry was highly male dominated, or that females were shying away from the larger conferences, or even a combination of the two.
With this in mind, I set out to try and uncover more females within the industry, those who would feel comfortable at an all female event, and so the DigitalFemales group was born.
Exciting news from the world of SEO. BrightonSEO, one of the biggest digital marketing events of the year, is taking place on Friday the 13th of April. Free tickets will be available this Wednesday, the 25th January, from 9.30 am onwards. Be sure to get in quick though as tickets will be snapped up in no time at all; last year they ran out in under half an hour!
With the SearchLove conference already at the halfway stage, here’s my quick review of the first day; covering speeches from Rand Fishkin, Joost De Valk, Rob Ousbey, Wil Reynolds, Mat Clayton, Joanna Lord as well as Will and Tom Critchlow.
On Sunday 23rd October myself, Sam and Ben will be attending the speakers’ dinner for Searchlove, with the conference to follow on Monday and Tuesday. For those curious about the event, or who want a Searchlove preview, we’ve put together our thoughts on the topics and idea’s we’d like to see covered on the day.
With consumers now more connected through location-based, social and mobile environments, Google held ThinkLocal 2011. A mini conference aimed at reviewing local search and mobile search and how businesses need to control and promote their brands to consumers at the moment they are searching.
This event showcased insights, inspiration and ideas on how to more closely connect businesses with their customers.
After a quick lunch break at the local Wagamama I was ready to absorb another session of SEO tips. The afternoon topics broke the mould by looking at several different aspects of SEO. This was immediately followed by a quick-fire round of ten minute presentations. Read more
You know that you’re getting up at a crazy hour of the day when you wake up and teletext is on most of the channels on your television, so as the alarm sounds at 5.30am, with no sign of the morning’s breakfast news, I slowly woke up and started getting ready to make the trip down to Brighton to meet fellow Koozai members for the Brighton SEO conference held at The Corn Exchange.