I have been lucky enough to have been invited to speak at a couple of SEO and blogging conferences.
There is nothing worse than sitting through a presentation that doesn’t offer a ‘next step’ so I always ensure my talks have practical actionable takeaways that attendees are able to implement on their sites.
“delivered his points in a very clear, concise way and it was easy to follow his talk – particularly impressive given he was in one of the sessions labelled as ‘hardcore’ that day.”
– Sean Butcher, Head of SEO at Blue Array
“I, like many others I’m sure, left this planning to add some tests to the daily scripts I run to alert me to any issues.”
– Marketing Consultant
If you would like to invite me to speak at your event please get in touch.
Breakthrough in Blogging, London, July 2017
Getting your blog ranked high on the major search engines
In July 2017 I was invited at short notice to speak at a London blogger event and present some basic actionable tips and tools bloggers can use to improve their search engine rankings. This was a beginner level talk aimed at bloggers with little or no previous SEO experience.
Brighton SEO, Brighton, April 2017
Technical SEO beyond the initial audit
Way to throw myself in at the deep end! I was asked to speak at Brighton SEO, the largest UK’s largest search marketing conference in April 2017. This was my first external conference speaking experience in front of 650 people in a packed Auditorium 2.
My talk highlighted that Technical SEO does not stop after an audit at the start of a campaign. In particular the focus was on the monitoring of technical performance which is critical to catch any emerging issues early on. I covered practical examples of how to approach technical monitoring, what to look for and shared some examples of real world situations in which this had maintained and improved performance.
In addition to the slides below an audio recording is also available.