39 #BrightonSEO September 2015 Slidedecks

39 #BrightonSEO September 2015 Slidedecks

A full round-up of all the slides from September 2015’s BrightonSEO conference.

As ever, a fantastic BrightonSEO with loads of great talks.

Greg Gifford’s deck seemed to get the most comments on Twitter, partially due its size at a whopperific 128 slides. That’s just showing off Greg.

If we are missing a deck or you have a comment, tweet us @SearchCandy or feel free to get in touch.

Updated: 39 slides now added.

 

Kelvin Newman – How to have less rubbish ideas

 

Samantha Noble – How to Compete on Google Shopping

 

Paddy Moogan – Reverse Engineering Successful Content

 

Gianluca Fiorelli – An Actionable Guide to Keywords and Topical Research

 

Jon Henshaw – On-Page SEO for Mobile

 

Greg Gifford – Local SEO – A Seriously Awesome Blueprint

 

Aleyda Solis – The Technical Marketer Toolbox

 

Mindy Gofton – Finding the Words: Getting Customer Buy-in for Your SEO Strategies

 

Mark Thomas – Google are pushing HTTPS hard. Why? And, when should you act?

 

Christoph C. Cemper – How to Measure the Real Success of Content Marketing

 

Paul Madden – A Systematic Approach to Managing Relationship & Links

 

Pete Campbell – From SERPs to Markup: How to Increase Your Earned Traffic

 

Jackson Rawlings – Tapping into local culture for marketing campaigns

 

Gerald Murphy – SERPs: From keyword to click

 

Razvan Gavrilas – Dominating Organic Search using Cutting-Edge SEO Analysis

 

Hannah Thorpe – Ideation to Impact: How to Create and Sell a Digital Marketing Asset

 

Emma Andrews – Trading channel and departmental data for campaign success

 

David Mihm – Maximizing Your Local Search Presence in 2016+

David Mihm – Maximizing Your Local Search Presence in 2016+

 

Charlie Williams – Understanding your audience; Agile thinking & our content

 

Chelsea Blacker – 12 Actionable Tips To Become The Content Authority In Your Niche

 

Tanya Korobka – How to master digital PR

 

Steve Linney – Why the digital skills gap is good for you

 

Jon Earnshaw – Is your content working better for someone else?

 

Emily Hill – Mining Google Analytics for Content Ideas

 

Rebecca Lee – A Supercharged Approach To PR SEO Success

 

Stacey MacNaught – Your Content is Awesome – Now What?

 

Emily Mace – Internationalisation: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

 

Pippa Moyle – Merging Your Business Into The 24 Hour News Cycle

 

Tara West – Custom Audiences: The Crown Jewel of Facebook Advertising

 

Alex Moss – Tools & Tips to Improve Internal Productivity & Efficiency

 

Chris Green – Cannibal Content – Stop Your Website From Eating Itself

 

David Whatley – A physical address is a strategic asset in search! How to leverage an address in search

 

Tomas Vaitulevicius – Large Site SEO Architecture

 

Gianpaolo Lorusso – Is your AdWords account really optimized?

 

Simon Penson – Top SEO Tips For Bloggers

 

Yauhen Khutarniuk – Running SEO on shoestring budget

 

Beverley Brown – The source of global content quality

 

Ann Stanley – Benefits of using Marketing Automation Software as part of your SEO and content marketing strategy

 

Prabhat Shah – Optimising Products for Amazon Search

 


We hope you found this post useful!

You can find the slides from the April 2015 conference here.

Photo in the main image by Nickolass Jensen @ Twitter.

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