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Brighton SEO 2017: Are You Going?

Brighton SEO 2017
Last year the team decided to take a day-off and cruise on down to Brighton, otherwise known as "London by the sea", I could definitely vouch for that. This year, the UK's leading SEO conference has came early and it's got even bigger (yet again).
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If you’re interested in meeting other digital marketers and hearing about all of the search gossip that you wouldn’t necessarily read about on SEO forums or blogs – this is your place to be. I loved it last year, it honestly was such a great experience and the networking opportunities are phenomenal. The highlight of the weekend was meeting the international SEO experts from Oban Digital, both Emily and John and also an SEO for a leading contender in the delivery service industry – hearing about their plans moving forward was just crazy.

The Brighton SEO conference is a one-day event, not surprisingly, held in Brighton, just by the sea in one massive venue. Last year there was just over 3000+ attendees, all of which come from different companies and job roles. Just to put things into perspective, the main auditorium seats thousands of people and there are some pretty solid speakers in 2017. This year the conference will be held on the 7th April at The Brighton Centre.

If you’re looking to meet other SEO’s that have similar skills to you, and you’re looking to learn and do your job a little better. This conference is honestly for you, they are giving out free conference tickets, but an ordinary classic ticket costs only £75. You can read more about the conference here.

If you’re going, give us a shout – it would be great to meet up with you, we already plan to meet some folks from the Online Geniuses slack group. See you at Brighton SEO in April 2017.

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About the author



Brett is currently working as a full-time SEO Analyst for a leading, international eCommerce company that recently won a Queens Award For Enterprise. In addition, he's also worked client side for 3 years at a digital agency, managing just over 20 local SEO projects. He's very knowledgeable when it comes to technical SEO and he's well known for his consultancy during https site-wide deployments.

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