All the Brighton SEO 2015 slide decks in one place.
Brighton SEO is without a doubt the UK’s largest and best SEO conference.
We have pulled together all the slides we could find and listed them below.
If we are missing a deck feel free to ping us a tweet @SearchCandy or get in touch.
New! You can find the September 2015 BrightonSEO slide decks here.
Update: Have added a bunch of extra decks that came through, and an index so you can jump straight to a specific deck.
Erica McGillivray – Show Your Flare and Pivot for Social Image Sharing
Krystian Szastok – DIY Data Visualisation to Fuel Your Content Marketing Strategy
Christoph C. Cemper – Looking at 3 Years of Google Penguin Updates and Beyond
Samuel Scott – Stop Thinking About Links – Think About Publicity!
Paul Shapiro – The Actionable Guide to Doing Better Semantic Keyword Research
Vicke Cheung – Ten Lessons in Designing Content for Mobile
Ed Brocklebank – Solving the Offline Conversion Conundrum for Better Digital Marketing Optimisation
Paul Baguley – Everything an SEO Needs to Know About Google Now
Greg Gifford – Local SEO Will Help You Live Long and Prosper
Ian Miller – Context is King
Hannah Smith – Jaws in Space (How to Develop and Pitch Creative Ideas)
Mariana Morris – How good UX can improve SEO
Iain Haywood – Making your Competitions Fun
Rob Bucci – Advanced Competitive Analysis – Three questions only the SERPs can answer
Kirsty Hulse – Schema, JSON-LD & the semantic web
Steve Morgan – 25 Posts in One Month: Co-ordinating a ‘Content Blitz’ Campaign on the Cheap
Mark Thomas – 10 Step Technical SEO Game Plan
Tom Anthony – How to Spot a Bear – An Intro to Machine Learning for SEO
Jon Earnshaw – Cannibalisation: The SEO’s biggest nightmare and how to identify it
Simon Penson – The Head Term is Dead – Leveraging Content to Own the Implicit Query Opportunity
Matthew Barby – 10 Ways to Build a Link in 20 Minutes Flat + Bonus Content
Stephen Kenwright – Guerrilla User Testing for Search
Alexandra Tachalova – SEMrush Proactive Competitive Intelligence or “Where the *^%&# Should I Find the Data?!”
Jono Alderson – Doing an AWESOME technical audit
David Bain – How Big Data is Changing SEO
Andrew Hood – Creating Clever Clusters – Segmentation for Profit
Paul Jackson – Creative and Consistent Messaging VS Content Clutter
Shaun Russell – The Art of Search – Applying the lessons of ancient Chinese wisdom to modern search
Dave Naylor – The Future of Search
Rebecca Lee – A Supercharged Approach To PR SEO Success
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