Brighton SEO is an amazing SEO conference, started from a bar in Brighton and today, one of the most wanted conferences in the UK. Tickets are sold out within seconds and there’s a good reason for it as well.

Last year, I had the honor to have my own speaking session.

BrightonSEO teams are working all year-round to bring the best speakers in the SEO and search marketing space and this is why you’ll see more than 3K marketers joining this great conference.

If you missed the conference, I’ve got you covered with slides and recap.

Check it out:

Restructuring Websites to Improve Index-ability

Restructuring Websites to Improve Indexability from Areej AbuAli

Is this deck you’ll find a very complex strategy for job search site. they help this client to avoid millions of thin pages and wasting Google’s crawl budget. No doubt this is quite impressive work and 18 months of an amazing relationship between this client and SEO. They describe how just focusing on an audit, then a content strategy can bring to really nice results.

Leveraging E-A-T for SEO Success

Well, if you’re not familiar with Google’s recent algo changes around trust and authoritativeness, then… you need to catch up… 🙂

They analyzed more than 100 websites who got hit and lost traffic in August 2018 duet to EAT, and connected the dots to find a connection. I totally recommend downloading these slides, fascinating.

8 Ways to Increase your Ecommerce Conversion Rate – BrightonSEO April 2019 – Faye Watt

8 Ways to Increase your Ecommerce Conversion Rate – BrightonSEO April 2019 – Faye Watt from Faye Watt

If you’re an Ecommerce SEO optimiser, this is for you. One of the most challenging tasks is to maintain large Ecommerce websites and make sure it is done right. But, it does not really matter how great you SEO is, if your online shop cannot convert your users.

In the deck you’ll find 8 tips to increase conversions for your Ecommerce.

Speed & Performance Optimisation: How to Meet Users’ High Expectations – Rachel Costello, Technical SEO & Content Manager at DeepCrawl

Speed & Performance Optimisation: How to Meet Users’ High Expectations – Rachel Costello, Technical SEO & Content Manager at DeepCrawl from DeepCrawl

Deep Crawl team is amazing and I am always happy to hear their teams’ speaking sessions. Rachel talked about speed optimisation, best practices you should aim for in your optimizations setups and more.

Command Line Automation for Repetitive Tasks

Command Line Automation for Repetitive Tasks from Mike Osolinski

Super interesting session about command line for techy SEOs out there.

How To Get a 100% Lighthouse Performance Score

How To Get a 100% Lighthouse Performance Score from Polly Pospelova

That’s a million dollar question, baby. As Deep Crawl session ends with a note about how intolerant users are… see here some best practices how to serve faster content, without changing any design.

Check out this great session. Gonna be trying this out today but please do tell if you have any insights as well.

Living on the Edge: Elevating your SEO toolkit to the CDN

Living on the Edge: Elevating your SEO toolkit to the CDN from Nils De Moor

Are you using CDN? In this talk you’ll get to see a nice example of how CDN can leverage your SEO efforts. by using CDN you bring content closer to your users and by that, improve performance.

10 Tips to Scale Link Building for your Clients

Sam morton 10 Tips to Scale Link Building for your Clients from Sam Morton

Crawl Budget is dead, please welcome Rendering Budget

BrightonSEO 2019 – Crawl Budget is dead, please welcome Rendering Budget from Botify

10 Do’s and 5 Don’ts for Small Biz Local SEO Success

How to Marie Kondo your SEO

Featured Snippets : The Achievable SERP Feature ?

Emily Potter – Brighton SEO 2019 – Slideshare from Emily Potter

How to Drive Content Marketing Success

How to Drive Content Marketing Success from EdwardTrippier

That’s it for now. See you next year!

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