A write up of Paul Madden’s session at Brighton SEO, April 2013
BrightonSEO kicked off in style with its first session on ‘On-Site’ optimisation. Alex Moss took us through his tips for using structured data for social media distribution
At BrightonSEO, Richard Falconer (Head of Technical Search at LBi) provides interesting insight & useful tips how to gain a better understanding of your technical SEO set up.
In his BrightonSEO talk, Ali White from T W White & Sons explained how advanced call tracking helped him redefine his SEO and PPC campaigns.
At BrightonSEO 2013 Distilled’s Hannah Smith talked about ‘big’ content marketing, decrying mediocre content as unlikely to cut it.
Anna Lewis’ session at BrightonSEO in April 2013 looks at Turning Google Analytics into a Webmasters Tool Box. The talk gives some insight into using Event Tracking, Custom Reports and Content Experiments.
Our coverage of the first session at BrightonSEO 2013; ‘Ask the Ex-Googlers Anything’, featuring former Google employees Fili Wiese, Jonas Weber and Alfredo Pulvirenti.
In this special hangout Laura Roth (SES), Kelvin Newman (Brighton SEO) and Bas van den Beld (Stateofsearch) discuss all the things that matter at events
September 14th 2012 was the date for the second BrightonSEO for the year. Jam-packed full of speakers and 1700 attendees, here is a roundup of the event.
User Interface designer Dr Harry Brignull of Clearleft Ltd, speaking about Dark Patterns in Web Design – User Interfaces that are designed to trick people.