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5 Speakers We’re Looking Forward to at BrightonSEO: No1. Nathalie Nahai – Creating Persuasive Content

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Over the last week, we’ve been posting on the top 5 speakers that we’re excited to see at BrightonSEO and so with one day to go till the training courses, here’s the last (but most certainly not the least) on our list, Nathalie Nahai.

About Nathalie

Nathalie Nahai is a web psychologist and award winning international speaker and has worked with the likes of Google, eBay and Harvard Business Review, helping apply scientific rigour to their web design, marketing and products. With a background in psychology and digital strategy, she is also author of the best-selling book, Webs of Influence: The Secret Strategies that Make Us Click and a founder of Humanise The Web, a conference that looks at the ethics of online persuasion and how the internet influences our decision making. You can follow her on twitter here.

Recent Talks

In 2015, she spoke at Mind the Product, about 5 Psychological Principles of Persuasive Product Design and you can watch her talk below:

5 Psychological Principles of Persuasive Product Design by Nathalie Nahai at Mind the Product 2015 from MindTheProduct on Vimeo.

And if you’d like to watch more you can see a number of videos of her talks and TV appearances over on her website.

Ahead of her talk at Brighton SEO you might also want to check out her slides from Sprint London 2016 in February: The Secret Psychology of Persuasive Content.

You can also find more of her slides on slideshare here.

Other Work

Nathalie also co-hosts the Guardian’s Tech Weekly Podcast and we’ve collated 5 of the most popular recent episodes below:

Where to see her

We’re really looking forward to seeing Nathalie’s talk at BrightonSEO and would definitely recommend that you do too! She’ll be talking between 17.30 and 18.00 in the Concert Hall. Definitely worth delaying your beer for!

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