What we’re looking forward to at BrightonSEO



Rebecca and Tom from the Tecmark SEO team are off to BrightonSEO for a Friday filled with SEO talks from industry experts (with a side order of fish and chips) . 

BrightonSEO is a twice yearly digital marketing conference, held in the seaside city of Brighton. This is where the SEO and Digital Marketing community gets together to share insights and research on what’s been going on in the industry over the past 6 months. 

Whether you’re interested in brushing up on your SEO auditing skills, or digital PR is more your thing – there’s a session for you. 

Some of the biggest names in search are going to be speaking so check out our rundown of the sessions we’re most looking forward to.

BrightonSEO Sessions – April 2016 

Crawl

This session will look at the way Google crawls and index’s websites and web pages, and how to improve the way that Google can move around your site. 

Dawn Anderson – Hunting for Googlebot – the quest for crawl rank

Oliver Mason – Server logs after Excel fails

Barry Adams – How to identify and crawl optimisation issues

Onsite

The speakers in this session will discuss vital onsite techniques that should be in any SEO’s repertoire. From merging two websites together, to leveraging the information held in Google Webmaster Tools/Search Console. 

Judith Lewis – Technical Gotta’s and Gotcha’s 

Matteo Monari – How to survive the merge of two mega sites

James Perrott – Guaranteeing success when creating new websites and domain migrations

Nicole Bullock – Google Webmaster Tools – the search consolation prize?

Technical 

This session is for the technical bods amongst us! From explaining how Javascript is not always the enemy for SEO’s, to implementing Hreflang correctly for your international campaigns. 

Colin Woon – how afraid should SEOs be of JavaScript?

Emily Mace – International Targeting with Hreflang Tags

Jan-Willem Bobbink – Using Free Machine learning APIs for SEO

We’re really looking forward to this year’s conference and we’ll also be live tweeting from the sessions themselves with snippets and insights from the experts within our industry.


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