Kerboo Highlights of September BrightonSEO
Held twice yearly, Brighton SEO is the conference to attend! Not only is this a day jam packed with top performing industry speakers, it is a day to get out and about with SEO and marketing peers. Kerboo are happy to have shared this day with so many of the UKs leading industry professionals and our booth was a great success. We welcomed new faces, touched base with old friends and awarded some fun and exciting mystery prizes.
Kerboo on Relationships as the Key to Great Links
Throughout the day we Tweeted as the action built and the highlight came as our own Paul Madden presented his amazing slide presentation, Managing Relationships for Links. In his presentation Paul discussed the importance of people, it’s all about the people and once you lose sight of that, you lose high quality links. The key to great links is in establishing sound relationships. Just take a look through the presentation slides and you will see just how important this is!
Thanks for Stopping By!
When it came to the Kerboo booth at Brighton SEO, a great time was had by all. Not only did we have a chance to chat up some of the industry greats but for us the random draw gave over to some delightful moments.
- Andrew Halliday – Head of SEO at Ebuyer, Doncaster
- Jordan Appleson – Software Engineer – Head of Product Development at Branded3, Leeds
- Mint Twist – Digital Marketing Agency, London
- Big Brand Ideas – Full Service Branding and Marketing Agency, Cheshire
- Adam Najak – SEO & Digital Marketing Manager, Bolton
- Eni Gjondedaj – Social Media Marketing Manager, London
- Adam Brown – Strategy Consultant at Zazzle Media, Peterborough
- Eli Zheleva – SEO Campaign Deliver Manager at Vertical Leap
- Rob Trounce – Marketing Consultant, Brighton
- Joe Read – Head of Outreach at Creare
- PeopleMediaSolution – Professional web and graphic design company, Sussex
- Nexus Design and Print – Creative design agency, Brighton
We had loads of fun choosing those mystery prizes and we would like to say thank you to everyone who participated in the draw.
Beyond the Laughter – A Day of Learning
Lest we forget, Brighton SEO is a day where industry professionals from every end of the business get together to share insights they’ve gathered over the past half year. Yes, it’s a day to network with our peers but it is also a time to build on what we’ve learned. As the day progressed and speaker after speaker gave their presentations, it became apparent that this is a group of professionals willing to share their victories as well as their defeats. It may be a highly competitive industry, but it is a highly noble one as well.
All of the BrightonSEO speakers shared actionable insights and knowledge; this not only streamlines your creativity and motivates you to become a better marketer, it also gives you the right tools and how-to’s to improve your current process and business workflows. That’s why we want to provide you with the list of slides from September 2015, so you’ll have a chance to recap it!
Mindy Gofton – Finding the Words: Getting Customer Buy-in for Your SEO Strategies
Stacey MacNaught – Your Content is Awesome – Now What?
Jon Earnshaw – Is your content working better for someone else?
Kelvin Newman – How to have less rubbish ideas
Samantha Noble – How to Compete on Google Shopping
Paddy Moogan – Reverse Engineering Successful Content
Gianluca Fiorelli – An Actionable Guide to Keywords and Topical Research
Jon Henshaw – On-Page SEO for Mobile
Greg Gifford – Local SEO – A Seriously Awesome Blueprint
Aleyda Solis – The Technical Marketer Toolbox
Mark Thomas – Google are pushing HTTPS hard. Why? And, when should you act?
Pete Campbell – From SERPs to Markup: How to Increase Your Earned Traffic
Jackson Rawlings – Tapping into local culture for marketing campaigns
Gerald Murphy – SERPs: From keyword to click
Razvan Gavrilas – Dominating Organic Search using Cutting-Edge SEO Analysis
Hannah Thorpe – Ideation to Impact: How to Create and Sell a Digital Marketing Asset
Emma Andrews – Trading channel and departmental data for campaign success
Charlie Williams – Understanding your audience; Agile thinking & our content
Chelsea Blacker – 12 Actionable Tips To Become The Content Authority In Your Niche
Tanya Korobka – How to master digital PR
Steve Linney – Why the digital skills gap is good for you
Emily Hill – Mining Google Analytics for Content Ideas
Emily Mace –The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of International SEO
Pippa Moyle – Merging Your Business Into The 24 Hour News Cycle
Tara West – Custom Audiences: The Crown Jewel of Facebook Advertising
Alex Moss – Tools & Tips to Improve Internal Productivity & Efficiency
Chris Green – Cannibal Content – Stop Your Website From Eating Itself
David Whatley – A physical address is a strategic asset in search! How to leverage an address in search
Tomas Vaitulevicius – Large Site SEO Architecture
Gianpaolo Lorusso – Is your AdWords account really optimized?
Simon Penson – Top SEO Tips For Bloggers
Yauhen Khutarniuk – Running SEO on shoestring budget
Beverley Brown – The source of global content quality
Ann Stanley – Benefits of using Marketing Automation Software as part of your SEO and content marketing strategy
Prabhat Shah – Optimising Products for Amazon Search
We missed you this year, but a new year is just around the corner! Brighton SEO is held two times each year and each conference seems to get better than the last! With that said, it truly is hard to imagine topping September 2015 Brighton SEO as it was a day to go down in history. Kerboo looks forward to welcoming you in the spring so watch your dates, mark your calendar and we’ll see you next time ‘round.