Archive for the ‘BrightonSEO’ Category
We’ve got some exciting news for all attendees at BrightonSEO as we’ll be giving away another fantastic prize at this weeks event.
As SEO’s all know, Google are constantly updating their algorithm with the names of their 2 favourite animals (pandas and penguins)! For some, these updates can cause worry and fear, but you know what they say… laughter is the best medicine.
That’s why in light of the latest panda update we thought we’d give all you wonderful SEO’s a chance to laugh in the face of these furry foe by getting you to share your best panda and penguin jokes over Twitter. (If you can even make them SEO related, well then you’re truly a comedy genius!)
BrightonSEO is back! we’re just a few days away from the event and we can’t wait to see you all there. This year’s conference is bigger than ever with over 2,500 attendees planning on entering through those Brighton dome doors!
If you’re not excited yet then you should be! We’ve got a fantastic list of speakers presenting talks ranging from pitching to journalists to turning your ideas into innovation. The big day is April 12th, but just in case you didn’t know Thursday 11th April is another fun packed day. We’ve got a great big selection of workshops covering topics such as local and mobile SEO, there’s even a highly important penalty recovery one too. After that, there’s a variety of roundtable events where you get to discuss what really matters to you as well as getting to know some other key industry figures.
It’s that time of year again where the digital marketing world pays Brighton a visit.
BrightonSEO conference tickets sold out in a flash and once again we’re expecting big numbers, over 2,000 digital marketers from around the globe will be walking through those famous Brighton Dome doors for a 2 day digital extravaganza of workshops, roundtable events and presentations.
Receiving a Google penalty warning can strike fear amongst digital marketers and webmaster’s alike, but it’s important to remember the silver lining. You have a clear indication that your websites profile has crossed over Google Webmaster regulations and in that respect at least you have hard evidence as to why your rankings may be affected, or in some cases if your website traffic has been drastically affected.
You also have a clear platform from which to start cleaning up your backlink profile, without fearing that removing some of the low quality links may affect your current rankings.
If you didn’t manage to make it to #Brightonseo or were busy visiting the different areas and stands at the event, here’s the SiteVisibility presentation (The Business of SEO and How it Can Make Our World a Better Place) delivered on the day by our very own chief executive – Jason Woodford.
The talk questioned the SEO industry’s reputation and discussed the opportunities of how to improve this whilst at the same time doing something good for the community. Jason incorporated the ideas of helping local charities and to try your up-most as a business to act upon CSR activities with the final goal being to make the world a better place.
We are delighted to announce the winner in our #BrightonSEO Instagram Contest!
Our contest ran on September 14th, throughout the day of BrightonSEO, challenging attendees to submit their most creative and well thought-out picture from the conference, tagging their photo with #BrightonSEO and @SiteVisibility.
We had some really great entries, and we are very pleased with the level of creativity! Below are some highlights of entries;
After the afternoon’s intermission, BrightonSEO took things up a notch with a lightning round of quick-fire talks to bring the conference to a close. After what had been a whirlwind day of information, knowledge sharing and SEO banter the final session was made up of even more SEO techniques which also spread across through to social media and mobile.
To kick off the afternoons proceedings we had four amazing talks in session three beginning with Richard Baxter founder of SEOGadget. He began by illustrating how SEO offers great depth as a marketing tool for businesses however, he stressed that it takes a long time to perfect! Indeed it does, so how do you get to be a better SEO?
So, the morning’s first two sessions come to a close and what a morning it has been! we’ve had talks that have opened our creative minds from the likes of Dave Trott and Anthony Mayfield. The second session has given us practical insights and tips on how to build websites thanks to Martin Belam. We’ve got to understand how Google’s updates have affected search ranking results by the form of a case study by Rebecca Weeks. Stephanie Troeth showed us the power of words and how to set your tone right. Finally, rounding up the morning Tom Anthony demonstrated how to use APIs for SEO.
#BrightonSEO – The UK’s biggest and best digital marketing conference is back with a bang today!
Today’s first session has just come to a close, filled with brilliant insights into how to be creative from David Trott. Not only that we had Anthony Mayfield speaking brand and getting us into the mindset of discovering brand new ideas for search marketing.
First of all it’s great to see so many people at Brighton SEO, the dome is packed to the rafters today filled with over 1700 attendees eagerly listening and writing away on their vast array of digital devices! Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and Google + have been on overdrive this morning and we don’t expect to see any let up.