On Friday last week the great and the good of the SEO industry converged on Brighton for the bi-annual SEO conference, BrightonSEO. Some 1,700 places had been snapped up, making this the biggest event yet, further confirmed by the huge queue outside the door in the morning!
The agenda for the day was packed full with a host of entertaining and knowledgeable speakers from the industry. And SEO wasn’t the only topic of the day. There were numerous topics from the digital marketing sphere as well, including analytics, content, UX, social media and advertising.
Here’s a quick list of the speakers for the day, plus links to their presentations where they are currently available.
Do you speak brand?
Antony Mayfield, founding partner, Brilliant Noise
Speaking your user’s language
Stephanie Troeth, user experience strategist, Freelance
How to win friends. And influence robots.
Martin Belam, principal consultant, Emblem
How to be a better SEO
Richard Baxter, founder, SEOGadget
7 things you need to know about Mobile SEO
Aleyda Solis, international SEO consultant/founder, Orainti Search Marketing
Social Media Reverse Engineering
Yousaf Sekander, head of SEO, Elevatelocal
Content Planning in a Post Panda and Penguin World
Simon Penson, managing director, Zazzle Media
Future proofing SEO on large websites
Berian Reed, head of search & online partnerships, Auto Trader
Client Checklist for SEOs
Sion O’Connor, marketing director, Vanquis Bank
Quickfire Analytics – 7 Custom Reports in 7 Mins
Anna Lewis, digital marketing executive, Koozai
We will update this as-and-when they are posted online
Dave Trott, executive creative director, CSTTG
Chasing the Algorithm: Smart SEO or Hopeless Effort?
Rebecca Weeks, SEO associate director, MGOMD
Will Critchlow, founder, Distilled
Tony King, SEO managing consultant, Semetrical
Separated by a Common Language
Lynne Murphy, reader in linguistics, University of Sussex
A Decade in Affiliate Marketing
James Little, partnerships director, Top Cashback
The business of SEO and how it can make our world a better place
Jason Woodford, chief executive, SiteVisibility
Danielle Fudge, head of SEO, Forward3D
Attributing beyond the last click
Tom Lewis, head of professional services, DC Storm
You can also browse through our live blog of the day, which contains lots of tweets and images from BrightonSEO attendees.