16 Incredible Slide Decks from #SearchLove London

First Day of Search Love – Speakers & Slides

 

New Paradigms: Five Fundamental Changes in Search

Tom Anthony – Distilled

 

Practical Advice for the Future of Search

Will Critchlow – Distilled

 

Unlocking the Missing Link to CRO: Emotional Targeting

Talia Wolf – Conversioner

 

Google’s Predictable Content Preference

Aaron Friedman – fiveblocks

 

21 Must-Have PR Tools and Tactics

Casie Gillette – KoMarketing
 

 

Searching Higher Up the Funnel

Jono Alderson – Linkdex

 

Designing Creative Content: The Method Behind the Madness

Vicke Cheung – Distilled

 

Using Paid Social and Adwords to Drive Rankings and Shares

Wil Reynolds – Seer

 

Distance from Perfect: Knowing the Unknowable Algorithm

Ian Lurie – Portent Inc

 

Second Day of Search Love – Speakers & Slides

 

Unlocking Growth Opportunites with Search Analytics

Aleyda Soils – Orainti

 

Topics Over Keywords: An SEO-Driven Approach to Content Marketing

Anum Hussain – Hubspot

 

PPC and SEO: Better Together

Daniel Gilbert – Brainlabs

 

Think Like a 50’s Ad Exec, Execute Like a Geek

Lisa Myers – Vervesearch

 

Search Ranking Factors 2015: What Data, Opinions and Testing Reveal

Rand Fishkin – Moz

 

Leveraging the Hidden Power of Email Marketing

Tamara Gielen

 

The Top 10 Facebook and Twitter Advertising Hacks of All Time

Larry Kim – PPC University

 

Building a Social Video Stratgy

Phil Nottingham

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