Call 0845 485 1219
We love digital - Call and say hello - Mon - Fri, 9am - 5.30pm
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
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….
We’ve already given away tickets to Brighton SEO this month and are now giving you the chance to win tickets to the Think Visibility conference (thinkvis). As premium sponsors of the event, Koozai are pleased to announce we have three tickets to give away to this Leeds based event.
Entry takes less than a minute and Good Luck!
With Koozai recently being announced as the premium sponsor at the upcoming ThinkVisibility event in Leeds this September as well as sponsoring Brighton SEO, I thought I might put together a list of recommended search marketing conferences in the United Kingdom.
On the 7th June 2011 the Westminster eForum held a seminar on ‘The eCommerce Directive and the Digital Single Market’. The eCommerce directive governs the usage of the Internet and businesses selling on it, whilst the concept of a digital single market is one where any company can sell anywhere easily. The seminar bought together policy makers, government officials and the likes of Dell, Yahoo, MasterCard and PayPal to discuss the issues. We share the best parts of the day.
It’s all go at Koozai. After the successful rebranding in May, we have been looking to branch out even further to help spread the word. As a result of these continuing efforts we are delighted to be able to announce that Koozai will be the premium sponsor for the upcoming Think Visibility conference. In addition, we are also sponsoring the pre-party on the Friday night. Lots of exciting things planned for the event especially the evening party, so it would be a shame for you to miss out!
Having attended the conference earlier in the year, we’re already fully aware of just how popular it is within the industry. Think Visibility attracts some of the best speakers from all sectors within Online Marketing; helping to draw an audience that is as knowledgeable as it is sizeable. As you can tell from our series of blogs from the last conference, it’s pretty easy to see why Think Vis continues to grow in popularity [see: Think Visibility Part 1 - Link Building and CRO with Psychology].
Last night was the first ever SotonDigital event, which was arranged by Dan Harrison from WordPress Doctors. There has been talk about arranging a local get together for a while now and Dan pulled this together and arranged a really good night.
There was a great turnout of 48 people from different agencies both web and search around the Southampton area which was held in Yuzu in Bedford Place. Dan had arranged for the top floor of the bar to be reserved for the event and it was really nice to see so many people make an effort to attend.
On Thursday and Friday this week, I attended SAScon in Manchester, which covered all areas of digital marketing. I have summarised day one in the post below. Lots was covered so if there is anything that I have missed then please feel free to leave a comment at the end of the post.
After the closing sessions on day 1, I was looking forward to getting stuck back in to day 2 of the SMX London conference. The first session of the day was something that I really enjoy and find interesting which is Search Analytics and Competitive Intelligence. The take here was that there are so many tools and so much data available to us but this can very often be overwhelming and unusable.
Well, I have had a great couple of days at Advanced SMX London. I watched some insightful and some not so insightful presentations and met some brilliant like-minded people who I am looking forward to catching up with again at future conferences.
Anyway, moving onto some of the takeaways from each of the presentations…. Advanced SMX is a panel led conference with typically 3-4 speakers on each panel. I tried to make notes for each one but apologies if I have missed some as it’s not always easy to take everything down and take key bits in at the same time.
March 2011 saw the gathering of SEO professionals both black hat and white hat to experience the Distilled link building seminar in London. Read more