With no fewer than 78 speakers sharing their knowledge, across no fewer than 7 different stages, September 2016’s BrightonSEO has been the biggest ever.
With so much to see – and mankind’s failure to master time travel yet – even the most enthusiastic amongst us attending will have missed out on some great insights from the day.
For this reason, we’ve made it our mission to pull together as many of the slides and presentations from this latest BrightonSEO as we can get our hands on. Here you’ll find a list of all the days talks, with links accompanying the presentations we’ve found so far. Enjoy!
Stacey MacNaught: Lessons from Link Building in 2009 that Apply Today
Paul Madden: Navigating an ocean of link data, a former pirates story
Dave Naylor: The hidden pitfalls of ecommerce SEO
David Whatley: Why local search should be part of your e-commerce strategy
Tom Anthony: Emerging types of Search
Stephen Kenwright: Best practice is not enough
Dara Fitzgerald: Analytics 360 Suite: Is it a game changer?
Dr Jess Spate: Custom variables in Google Tag Manager
Anna Lewis: Analytics horror stories
Dewi Nawasari: Sharing framework for international success
Christina Xu: Creating digital success in China
Justyna Wilner: Utilising Yandex to grow in Russia
Shyam Dattani: How a data-driven approach to content can make your online-business internationally successful
Sam Thomas: Does CTR really affect website performance?
Chris Bullick: How a reviews strategy helps your SEO
Martin Chillcott: Content Marketing, approaching it as a publisher
Steve Linney: Why email rules content marketing
Helene Hall: Content marketing framework
Simon Bennison: How to put a price on digital content
Martijn Scheijbeler: Content Marketing, approaching it as a publisher
Lauren Greatorex: No Idea? How to create B2B marketing campaign ideas that sell.
Kirsty Hulse: Why we need to stop avoiding content personalisation
Christoph Cemper: 7 more things you didn’t know about links and redirects
Sophie Turton: Getting your users to do your content marketing for you
Yiğit Konur: Keyword research in autopilot by Google spreadsheet macros
Laura Hogan: Keywords are dead? I call bull
Lizzie De Freitas: How we search on mobile
Marcin Chirowski: How to create an international blog to boost your SEO
Emily Mace: Domain strategies for international succes
Felipe Rossi: Developing personas for international Social Media
Jon Earnshaw: How to avoid a site migration disaster
Malcolm Coles: SEO for news. We do WHAT?
Andy Beal: Reputation Roadkill: learning from the biggest brands’ biggest blunders
Will Critchlow: SEO split tests you should be running
Shane Redding: Marketing Automation Masterclass
Bas van den Beld: The psychology behind the content
Olga Andrienko: Tinder science of A/B testing and conversion optimisation
Maria White: Blogging from inside a conflict
Phil Nottingham: Optimizing video across social media platforms
Greg Gifford: How to be a Facebook Advert Superhero
Paul Curry: Building Viral Web Toys At Lightning Speed
Mike Briggs: SEO is Dead
Luke Regan: Pokemon Go Impacting Local Search for Businesses
Daniel Kershaw: This talks going to be fleek, bruh! Detections of language change and evolutions in Online Social Networks.
Purna Virji: Are you Prepared for Voice Search?
Christian Ward: How to speak search engine
Berian Reed: Moving the dial
Richard Petersen: How to build a business case for SEO fixes
Laura Crimmons: Finding the value of Digital PR beyond the links
Cosmin Negrescu: An agency’s strategy to ABC: Always Be Closing!
Briony Gunson: Integration, Integration & Integration: SEO and Content Marketing
Kate Barrett: Email Marketing Masterclass
Christian Ward – Why Local Search Is Essential for Brands And Agencies Who Serve Them
Myles Anderson: 5 Key Trends Shaping the Future of Local Search
Simon Jacobson: If I built the world’s first search engine from scratch today, what would it look like
Jimisha Thakrar: Humanising Search; Au Naturale
Paddy Moogan: Sustainable content marketing
Lexi Mills: Overcoming Launch Fear
Lisa Myers: How changing your mind can make you successful
Fili Wiese: Making your website record-breaking fast
Will Quick: Attribution: Making Sense of the Chaos
Meghan Burton: Why the “new keyword = new page approach to SEO” is bonkers
Nils De Moor: How HTTP/2 will change the web as we know it
Whether it’s search, content marketing, ecommerce, social or otherwise that piques your particular interest, we hope you’ve found an interesting presentation from the UK’s biggest SEO event here.
If you spoke at Brighton and don’t see your slides linked to here (and you want to share them) drop us a message on Twitter (@EruditeAgency), and we’ll add them.