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Brighton SEO – My Hack Day Addiction – Dom Hodgson (@thehodge) #brightonseo

Dom Hodgson has given his job title as ‘Head of Stupid Projects’ at Pizza Powered, which is an agency comprised of five diverse developers, designers and SEO experts. He is also the organiser of the Think Visibility conference, a northerner and a hack day addict. Many people have misconceptions about what exactly hack days are, […]

Brighton SEO – James Bond: Architecture Critic – Toby Barnes (@tobybarnes) #brightonseo

Toby Barnes is Principle at Mudlark Production Company, and has been working in digital since 1995, in publishing, production and development. He is Executive Producer on Chromaroma, Mudlark’s self-published online multiplayer game. His talk was all about modernism, how we have lost confidence in the future and brutalist architecture. As @jasonwoolley put it on twitter, […]

Choosing and Implementing Friendly URLs for Ecommerce – Erika Ungar (@erikau) #brightonseo

Erika Ungar is an SEO & Usability Specialist at Boux Avenue, a new multi-channel lingerie brand from Dragons’ Den’s Theo Paphitis. She’s been working in Search since 2008. In this presentation, Erika shares her experiences of working with web developers to create user-friendly URLs for a dynamic eCommerce platform.

Dr Social Love: Or how I learned to Stop worrying about Google Algorithms and Love the People – James Carson (@mrjamescarson) #brightonseo

James Carson is Head of Search Marketing at Bauer Media, and his presentation was an overview of significant developments in social media marketing, how social activity relates to search strategies and how to “socially charge” marketing content to ensure that it is shared and linked to. Dr Social Love: Or How I Learned to Stop […]

John Mcelborough – Building a Private Blog Network @johnmcelborough #brightonseo

John Mcelborough runs his own consultancy business, IOptimal, working as an SEO consultant and affiliate marketer, priding himself on this “hands-on” approach. He also runs a number of his own web projects and blogs from his own website. John talked about Blog Networks and how effective they are as an SEO Strategy. He discussed the […]

Digital Events Aplenty This Month in Brighton

Brighton has garnered several “silicon beach” references over the years, and it’s no surprise when you see the number of innovative digital companies based here. In September, Brighton proves its credentials, with several exciting digital arts & media events taking place in the city. Brighton Digital Festival is an open, Fringe-style festival in which dozens […]

Website Migration Best Practice

For anybody who runs a website, launching a new site can be a nerve-wracking time. A smooth transition between sites requires careful attention to many details, including ensuring that potential customers aren’t greeted with error pages during the transitional period and that SEO rankings and credentials are maintained for the new site. This blog post […]

ABC of SEO: C is for Content

It’s often been said that ‘Content is King’ in SEO, and it can be split into two broad categories; on site and off site. On Site It’s quite obvious that the content of a website is an important part of any SEO campaign. Google love original content, and that’s why behemoth sites like Wikipedia, BBC […]

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