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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.
We have made the competition very simple to enter:
This year, the conference has expanded and is also offering a series of one day workshops which are taking place the day before the big conference. Spaces for the workshop are filling up fast but there are still a few tickets available if you are interested. Each one is going to be in-depth and should really make a difference to how you go about your day to day job. There are five workshops in total:
To secure your place at one of these exciting workshops please visit the BrightonSEO site.
Terms and Conditions
• All entries must be received by Midday GMT on 23rd March
• Winners will be notified within three working days of the competition end
• Entries can be made once per user
• Winners will be chosen at random
• Only one ticket per person
• Unless otherwise stated, each Competition is open to all GB residents of 18 years and over, apart from Koozai employees
• This promotion is not sponsored, endorsed, administered or associated with Twitter, or their partners
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