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#BrightonSEO 2013 “Breaking down the Silos” Matt Roberts

BrightonSEO was undoubtedly a huge success, bringing fresh ideas to the stage through the talent from Agencies, Tools and Media's that we know, love and use (too much). Matt Roberts, Linkdex, came to discuss the ‘Breaking down the Silos'. A Guide to creating the Ultimate Team, and I believe,... More


#BrightonSEO 2013 – On Page Success

As Brighton SEO goes into the third session (the one I personally had looked forward to the most) we look at different aspects of on page success, and even though they all have their unique input of how you can bring your website to the better, they also have something in common, they all make sure... More


#BrightonSEO: The Importance of SEO at BBC Sport by Paul Plunkett

It is a well-known fact that when it comes to journalism, SEO is not as popular as it could be. I bet many old-school journalists still think all online editorial is nonsense and SEO equals compromising on good writing or wooing audiences with scandalous stories. However, it is also a fact that... More


Brighton SEO 2013: Next Step World Domination

The first session of Brighton SEO was dedicated to the Multilingual Linkbuilding so I thought to myself: "I know about this". I work as a Content Writer for the Spanish and the English market at Verve Search, an international SEO & Content agency. The Blue Glass session talked about how... More


#BrightonSEO 2013: Link building that “seemed like a good idea at the time” by Paul Madden

Paul Madden, "former professional spammer", reveals the evils of old link building tactics As a former full time spammer, Paul knows what it takes to scale and use data to gain an advantage and be a step ahead of everyone. Now as a partner in Manual Linkbuilding Paul is the guy who to give us... More


#BrightonSEO 2013: 6 Tips for Successful Outreach by Danny Ashton

Danny Ashton's look at the best ways to successfully outreach your content To connect with a wide audience and ensure that his talk really hit home with everyone here, he used the analogy of outreaching content as similar to outreach in terms of a romantic relationships - genius and easy to... More


#BrightonSEO: Video SEO Hacks with Phil Nottingham

Top takeaways from Phil Nottingham's session on Video SEO at BrightonSEO 2013 We're obsessed with video at Verve Search and we's big fans of Phil. He started the talk with an important point to consider: not everyone does Video SEO for the same reasons. Take a second to think about why you do or... More


SES London 2013 – Day Three

Day Three at SES I made a flying visit to the morning of Day Three at SES London 2013. Here’s what I picked up from the experience of my first ever SEO conference (besides the free coffee….) The talk that I attended, ‘Breaking Down the Borders: International and Multilingual SEO’ was... More


A Snapshot of SES London 2013 – Day Two

Hi guys, Matt here reporting on SES London 2013. Day two featured an eclectic range of talks, taking in content-driven SEO, PPC and remarketing. Some of them rocked while others weren't really up to much. SES didn't blow my mind as much as SearchLove last year, but maybe that's because... More


SES London 2013 – Day One

Day One of SES London 2013 has successfully ended and offered valuable insights on Social Media, Content Marketing and Data Analysis. During my first ever attendance at SES, I was able to experience great talks, meet people from different markets and companies; and last but not least enjoy the... More