My #BrightonSEO Experience and Mobile SEO Presentation
Last Friday I had the opportunity to attend and speak about “Mobile SEO” at #BrightonSEO, which for me is one of the most impressive SEO conferences: Being free to attend -which attracts a massive amount of attendees-, features very interesting sessions in different formats, with great speakers covering a wide range of useful topics, all in a very laid-back, fun and geeky environment.
For example, I highly enjoyed the linguistic session and was one of the few (or only?) who didn’t realized Lynne Murphy was American (it’s not obvious for me as a non-native English speaker since she pronounced the “Ts” like the British) which was very funny to discover afterwards. Dave Trott was brilliant in his “Predatory Thinking” talk. I loved the inspiring talk from Richard Baxter about “How to be a better SEO” and the way Will Critchlow presented the importance and future of APIs.
If you couldn’t attend I recommend SEOptimise’s Live blog and Takeaways, the Koozai’s summaries from the morning and afternoon sessions, plus Wordtracker’s tips and insights.
My Mobile SEO Presentation
In my case, I had one of the short 7 minutes sessions at the end of the afternoon, so I did my best to make my Mobile SEO presentation as actionable as possible, with a theme I expected the audience would love: Sherlock. Here you have my slidedeck of “7 things you need to know about Mobile SEO… Sherlock Style”:
Mobile SEO Resources
I have also taken this opportunity to create a “Mobile SEO Resources” section in my blog, where I have gathered all of the tips, recommendations and tools from this and other presentations I’ve done in the past, that can serve as a repository with the most important information to start doing Mobile SEO.
Thank you Kelvin
Finally, I would like to congratulate Kelvin Newman for the #BrightonSEO success, he does a very consistent and amazing job organizing the conference … for free! Thank you 🙂