BrightonSEO Technical Takeaways

It’s taken me longer than expected to get around to writing this little doo-dad for which I apologise.

Like a lot of you lovely folk I attended Brighton SEO on the 12th of April this year and this post is here to provide you with a goodie bag full of takeaways I picked up from the day. This post is also a little bit of a follow up to my other excited mess of a post, a post in which I rambled about what I was looking forward to most at the event, you can check this out here.

After manically handing out a few stacks of Brighton SEO agendas, (yes that was me at the entrance complaining about how much my arm hurt and singing “I like it when you call me Big Daddy” w/ @MrsHomburg) I stuck true to my word and spent the entire day at the Corn Exchange.

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Bring on BrightonSEO

The Event

Tomorrow will see my second BrightonSEO and to say I’m excited would be an understatement!

Just in case you don’t know about this one, BrightonSEO is a free, all day search marketing event held at the Brighton Dome twice a year. It’s organised excellently by the fantastical Kelvin Newman and over the years has featured presentations from the likes of Dave Trott, Will Critchlow founder of Distilled, Richard Baxter CEO of SEOGadget, Roger Warner founder of Content and Motion, Neil Walker from Quaero Media and a plethora of other talented and experienced speakers from a wealth of different positions in the digital industry.

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