BrightonSEO April 2016: All the Main Stage Talks. All the Videos. All the Slides.

We’re proud to be BrightonSEO‘s official broadcast partner.

As part of that partnership we live-streamed all of April 2016’s main stage talks. We also received lots of requests to make replay videos available alongside the original slides – so here you go – please find every main stage talk, alongside the slides on the page below.

 

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Nichola Stott – SEO SUX: How and Why UX Must Be Front and Centre to Your Technical Strategy

Nichola Stott started off the day with her talk on “SEO SUX: How and Why UX Must Be Front and Centre to Your Technical Strategy”. Nichola is Managing Director of theMediaFlow.

Mel Carson: How to Make a Better Impression through Personal Branding

Next up was Mel Carson and his talk on “Discoverable, Shareable & Memorable: How to Make a Better Impression through Personal Branding”. Mel is founder of Delightful Communications.

Rob Bucci: Deep diving into featured snippets – How to earn more and rise to the top of the SERPs

Completing the first session of the day was Rob Bucci and “Deep diving into featured snippets: How to earn more and rise to the top of the SERPs”. Rob is CEO of GetStat.

Markus Tober – Ranking Factors Reloaded – Why Content Is Your Key To Success

Markus Tober kicked off the second session of the day with “Ranking Factors Reloaded – Why Content Is Your Key To Success”. Markus is Founder and CTO at Searchmetrics.

Tom Bennet – Site Speed for Content Marketers

Tom Bennet followed Markus with his talk on “Site Speed for content Marketers”. Tom is Senior SEO Consultant at BuiltVisible.

Catherine Warrilow – Epic PR Fails and what we can learn from them

Catherine Warrilow followed-up with “Epic PR Fails and what we can learn from”. Catherine is Director at Seriously PR.

Christoph C. Cemper – BrightonSEO April 2016: 7 Things you didn’t know about links

Christoph C. Cemper finished up the second session with “7 Things you didn’t know about links”. Christoph is CEO of LinkResearchTools.

“Pointless SEO” with Kelvin Newman

Kelvin Newman, founder and host of BrightonSEO got the post-lunch talks started with a session of “Pointless SEO”.

Jon Earnshaw – BrightonSEO April 2016: How to Fix any SEO Problem

Jon Earnshaw, CTO at Pi Datametrics gets the afternoon sessions up and running with his talk on “How to Fix any SEO Problem”.

Lisa Myers & James Finlayson – Why SEO Needs toGet Emotional

Second talk of the afternoon is a double act – Lisa Myers & James Finlayson from Verve Search, talking about “Why SEO Needs toGet Emotional”.

Greg Gifford – Marketing to Local Customers

Greg Gifford from DealerOn took the stage for the third part of the post-lunch session, talking about “Marketing to Local Customers”.

Mike Essex – Internal Communications: How to turn employees into your greatest marketers

Next up was Mike Essex from Petrofac who talked about “Internal Communications: How to turn employees into your greatest marketers”.

Laura Hampton – How to Build Useful Audience Personas to Guide Your Digital Strategy

Laura Hampton from Impression kick started the final main session with “How to Build Useful Audience Personas to Guide Your Digital Strategy”.

Hannah Butcher – Don’t make me mad! blogger Hello, my name is…

Hannah Butcher from White closed up the final main session with her talk, “Don’t make me mad! blogger Hello, my name is…”

Natalie Nahai – Creating Persuasive Content

The closing keynote was presented by Natalie Nahai from NathalieNahai.com, sharing a great talk on “Creating Persuasive Content” to conclude the day.

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