Brighton SEO September 2013! Yet again Kelvin and co have pulled it off, another fantastic collection of speakers from some of the most notable sources in SEO and marketing today.
This year, two of our #wondernauts were there in force to soak up as much as the industry was willing to share.
To our (very welcomed) surprise, this year, upon entering the front doors to gather our passes and lanyards we were greeted with a gift from Moz! The coveted T-Shirt we had been working so hard towards winning from the Moz community website by gathering points and helping out where we can.
After the excitement of the t-shirt we decided to look through the schedule (we probably should have done this before hand) and to add to our excitement we saw that Jennifer Lopez (as in Moz’s community manager not the singer) was one of the featured guest speakers in the morning’s line-up.
To kick things off Oli Snoddy from twitter gave a fantastic presentation talking about the multiplier effect and live “moments” on twitter with some mind blowing stats and figures.
Following Oli was Google’s Adriano Accardo to errrrm well show us professionals of the Internet what Google+ was? To say the reception was poorly received is probably an understatement.
Suffice to say Google’s “lead balloon” presentation did not affect the hype that was building in the room for the next speaker, Jennifer Lopez from Moz, in all of the Brighton SEO conferences that we have attended I cannot remember a warmer welcome. She went on to deliver a blinding presentation on “The Ins & Outs of Testing Social” showing us some very interesting tools and sharing some great tips on getting the most from social.
Either way the reason for this post was actually to compile a list of the slides from just a few of our favourite presentations and in our humble opinion the most useful from Brighton SEO September 2013, so without further ado….
In no particular order the slides from Brighton SEO 2013
The Ins & Outs of Testing Social
Moz – Jennifer Lopez – @jennita
Low cost link building with juicy, juicy data
Tecmark - Stacey Cavanagh – @staceycav
Data and Content Production
Jellyfish - Alan Cairns – @LanCairns
Make Schema Markup Sexy
SiteVisibility - Sam Harries – @PurposeGaming