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BrightonSEO Conference - Brighton

BrightonSEO Conference - Brighton

BrightonSEO is a one-day search marketing conference and series of training courses held, not surprisingly, in Brighton. It takes place twice a year and brings together some of the best speakers in the world of search, and definitely the best crowd.

BrightonSEO started out, like many a fine idea, as conversation in a pub. Kelvin Newman and some other SEOs were talking: “Why don’t we get a few people together who work in SEO, arrange a couple of talks and give people who work in the industry a chance to meet-up”. The idea was to share ideas and chat about all the interesting stuff that we can’t really talk about with anyone outside the industry for fear of them falling asleep.

Word got out and more people showed up than he expected.

So, next time he booked a larger room… again, more and more people showed up.

In just a few short years BrightonSEO has become one of the most popular and respected natural search conferences in the UK. Our last event had room for 3500 people, the tickets sold out in less than 13 minutes.

Our aim has always been to highlight that the city by the sea is a hotbed for SEO talent, and provide a ‘Brightonian’ spin on the search marketing conference and networking event.

Though the event’s now very different from that first gathering in the pub, a lot is still the same.

It’s a chance for SEOs to meet, learn and do their job a little better.

This isn’t an event that just tells you ‘content is king’ or ‘don’t translate your site, localise it’ and all those other conference cliches. It’s hands on. It’s detailed and it’s practical.

Not only will it be a chance to attend a conference featuring sessions from UK’s finest plus some of the rest of the world’s best search marketers, but it doesn’t cost a penny. Not a bad deal methinks.

Speakers Include:

Purna Virji – Microsoft
Tara West – Etch
Aleyda Solis – Orainti
Kaspar Szymanski – Search Brothers
Greg Gifford – DealerOn
Christoph C. Cemper – Link Reseach Tools
Samantha Noble – Koozai
Hannah Butcher – Melt Content
Omi Sido – Daily Mail
Barry Adams – Polemic Digital
Louise Li – American Express
Dr Jess Spate – Jb Web Analytics
Bastian Grimm – Peak Ace AG
Sean Butcher – Blue Array
Liang Chen – RS Components
Claudia Higgins – Argos
Laura Hogan – Ricemedia
Alexandra Lever – MEC
Ned Poulter – Pole Star Digital
Malcolm Slade – Epiphany
Ronell Smith – Moz Associate
Claire Groves – Co-operative Bank
Sam Charles – Float Digital
Andreas Voniatis – Artios
Will Cecil – Adapt Worldwide
Alban Gérôme – Barclays
Charlie Whitworth – Banc Media
Emily Mace – Oban International
Janet Plumpton – Missguided
Mark Edmondson – IIH Nordic
Sophie Iredale – Salford Uni
Carla Marshall – Tubular Insights
Marco Volpe – Edita
Thomas Nowotny – Sussex University
Sam Watts – Make Real
Alasdair Wightman – So What Analytics
Monica Georgieff – Kanbanize
Tony Lu – Consultant
Robin Fry – Propellernet
Thomas Petit – 8fit
Ben Potter – Freelance
Philip Gamble – Found.co.uk
Adrian Phipps – Saga
Neill Horie – The Home Agency
Emily McLaren – Equator
Charlie Williams – Screaming Frog
Roxana Stingu – 123 Reg
Jennifer Slegg – The SEM Post
Shaona Ghosh – University of Oxford
Anu Adegbola – Zoopla
Anita Valentinova – Vistaprint
Charlotte Davis – Vision Direct
Sam Orams – Bespoke Banter
Michal Brys – Mezzobit
Polly Pospelova – Delete
Kristal Ireland – Virgin Trains
Andy Barr – 10 Yetis Digital
Jennifer Holt – ConversionWorks
Samantha Hearn – Anicca Digital
Sam Vandermark – The Specialist Works
Grace Kaye – Brainlabs
Laurence O’Toole – Authoritas
Mark Wright – Climb Online
Neil Lawrence – Amazon & Sheffield Uni
Dani Mansfield – Builtvisible
Jon Buss – Yext

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