Category: Conferences

How To Optimise for Voice Search & Actions on Google, Alexa & Siri

Today, I spoke at SMX London 2017 on how to optimise your brand for voice search, actions and virtual assistants. In the age of mobile devices and virtual assistants, the future of SEO requires optimising content for voice search. New devices such as Apple’s Siri, Amazon Echo and Google Home are further accelerating the trend […]

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10 of the Best Brighton SEO Presentations

Image Source: Berit Watkin Flickr 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 How […]

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How to Increase Your Earned Traffic With Markup

Search and social are making a rapid shift towards using personalised data and structured markup to serve content, leaving the world of third-party, organic results behind. As a consequence, some brands are lagging behind and failing to leverage the whole new world of traffic-earning opportunities that exist. This presentation runs through the latest structured data […]

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We’re speaking at #SearchLondon on Digital PR & Outreach

I’ll be speaking at the next Search London event on Monday, April 20th. I will be sharing the exact process I use to earn links from top news sites like Lifehacker and Daily Mail. By combining traditional PR agency techniques and giving them an SEO spin – you’ll win. You will learn how to identify journalists that […]

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How to Make Visual Content on a Shoestring Budget

In our first year, we made 92 pieces of visual content for SEO campaigns. Despite an internal production budget of £250, we won links off major newspapers and magazines. Here’s the exact process we used. How to Make Visual Content on a Shoestring Budget from Pete Campbell

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Attend Our Search Bootcamp Workshop

Learn how to deliver an awesome SEO campaign for your clients on a limited budget. We‘ll be hosting a training workshop and roundtable as part of Search Bootcamp – brought to you by the SEOMonitor team on March 20th, 2015 in London. In our early days at Kaizen (and my time before that freelancing), the vast […]

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How to Do SEO on a Shoestring Budget

I spoke at the Search London meetup today on how to convince SME clients to move-away from tired, old fashioned SEO techniques and take the plunge into Creative Content, even if they have a limited budgets. I gave examples and the process behind Content Curation, News-Jacking & Buzzfeed-style list campaigns that didn’t cost the earth […]

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