10 of the Best Brighton SEO Presentations

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Last Friday, Pete, Lucia  and I headed to Brighton SEO for another great day of conferences. Here’s our round-up of some of the best presentations we saw throughout the day:

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

Nichola Stott – theMediaFlow

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

Rob Buccci – STAT

Site Speed for Content Marketers

Tom Bennet – Builtvisable

How to Fix any SEO Problem

Jon Earnshaw – Pi Datametrics

Why SEO Needs to Get Emotional

Lisa Myers & James Finlayson – Verve Search

Marketing to Local Customers

Greg Gifford – DealerOn

Using Free Machine Learning APIs for SEO

Jan-Willem Bobbink – Freelance SEO Consultant

International Targeting with Hreflang Tags

Emily Mace – Oban Digital

Ecommerce Keyword Research: Large scale research in a small scale world

Alec Bertram – Allotment Digital

The Secret Psychology of Persuasive Content

Nathalie Nahai – The Web Psychologist Ltd.

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