Autumn Digital Marketing Events
To say that BrightonSEO gets the digital marketing world excited would be a bit of an understatement. But flick forward three weeks – you’ve learnt a lot at the conference, you met lots of interesting people and you’ve even put some of the tips and tricks into practice at work… then what? If you’re looking to plan ahead and get your post-Brighton digital marketing fix we’ve picked out some of the best free events to go to.
Digital Hampshire is running its second event in the city of Winchester this October, this time focussing on Future Format: The World of Digital Content. Featuring talks from the likes of Malcom Coles, the Director of Digital Media at the Telegraph, this event will look at how digital content is changing, and will be taking place on the 15th October 2015. Not your typical meetup, Digital Hampshire is all about forward-thinking, as it looks to share knowledge and support innovation within the fast-evolving digital world. Debate and discussion is always welcome here!
Another great event making a reappearance this year is the Marketing Technology Conference Toolscon. Marketers in the 21st century are exposed to a plethora of new technologies year upon year, and making use of these is essential to staying ahead of the curve. Toolscon is a conference dedicated to helping you utilise these new enterprise technologies, and is marketed at everyone from IT managers and Heads of Digital, to Marketing Directors and CMOs.
Created for anybody making use of Digital or Web analytics, London Digital Analytics is a meetup welcoming professionals from any sector whose work involves making use of measurement-related digital platforms. Held at WeWork offices around London, this conference is characterised by short Q&A sessions and is a fairly informal event, focused around mutual knowledge sharing above all else.
Featuring a diverse mix of industry leaders from the fields of SEO, Social Media and PPC, Search London takes place every 8 weeks and attracts attendees from a mixture of agency, in-house and start up organisations. If you’re looking to connect with like-minded digital professionals, as well as to learn about search from well-known industry figures, Search London is the event for you.
The next Search London event will be organized to discuss brands and bloggers and will be held at either the end of October or beginning of November. In order to stay tuned and not miss this fabulous event, we highly recommend following their Twitter account.
All previous editions of Search Marketing Connect have been solely in Italian, but this time, GT Idea has decided to add a line-up of well-known international speakers as well. Speakers will include Aleyda Solis, Jan-Willem Bobbink, Barry Adams, and Alex Moss; they will share their extensive knowledge and expertise in the various aspects of SEO and SEM. So if you’d like to participate in this event, we highly recommend that you act now and grab a ticket with a significant discount (available until the 9th of October).
This event will be running for the 6th time, and can certainly be listed among the biggest digital marketing conferences in Central Europe. OMCap will be held on the 7th and 8th of October, and will gather the best international speakers and audience. In this year’s OMCap edition, as usual, it’s guaranteed to offer extremely useful and actionable topics in the areas of SEO, PPC, SMM, Email Marketing, Content Marketing, and many others. You have a unique opportunity to join the most prestigious online marketing experts, and to meet the most ambitious minds.
This inbound marketing event will be held on the 21st of October in Dublin. The event is aimed at forming a network with an active and engaged community, as well as sharing the intelligent outlook of experienced digital marketing experts. Among these experts are Wil Reynolds, Director of Strategy at SEER Interactive; Rand Fishkin from Moz; Siobhan McGinty, Campaign Marketing Manager at HubSpot; Gianluca Fiorelli, SEO and Web Marketing Consultant at ILoveSEO.net; and Bas van den Beld, Founder of State of Digital. These speakers will discuss all aspects of inbound marketing, from tools and tactics to campaign and case studies. A workshop with Elizaveta Lavrienko, Education Program Manager at SEMrush, is also on the schedule. All of these activities will provide you with the actionable information you need to launch a successful campaign.
From the 22nd through the 25th of October, Berlin will be hosting the Affiliate Conference. You will be able to learn about the latest trends and opportunities in the market; you may also learn from the experiences of the industry’s expert speakers, through presentations and discussion panels. Among invited experts are Alexandra Tachalova, Independent Digital Marketing Consultant; Matteo Monari, COO of BizUp; Fili Wiese, SEO Consultant at SearchBrothers.com , and others . There will also be a day of SEO sessions covering PPC, link building, and the latest information regarding Google updates. Does social media activity gives you ROI? What really drives conversions? How can you improve your strategy using this knowledge? BAC will shed light on all of these questions.
The event is coordinated by Rough Agenda, who were the organizers of our beloved BrightonSEO. MeasureFest is focused on four main themes: analytics, big data, business intelligence, and conversion rate optimisation. It brings experts together to provide compelling theoretical discussions, as well as practical and educational workshops so that participants may expand upon their skill set. Among the invited speakers are Nikki Rae, Founder of Future Insight Analytics; Martijn Scheijbeler, Director of Marketing at The Next Web; and Phil Haslehurst from Decibel Insight.
With so many great meetups and events on offer in the coming months, there’s no need to wait until the next BrightonSEO for your fix of digital debate, inspiration and knowledge-sharing. Whether you’re looking to utilise the next big technological innovation, connect with those in your industry, or learn from those making the biggest leaps forward in digital, there’s no excuse to have an empty calendar for the remainder of 2015.