Exclusive 10% Discount for brightonSEO Workshops and Conference 2 Day Ticket
If you work in search, it’s a fair assumption you’ve attended, or have at least heard of brightonSEO. Starting a few years ago as a meet up in a room above a pub, the conference has grown into a huge 2 day event running twice a year at Brighton Dome. This year, 1700 free conference tickets disappeared in 10 minutes and with workshop and paid attendees added to that, there’s expected to be a whopping 2000+ delegates taking over Brighton on April 23-25th.
Although the free tickets sold out, there are still workshop spaces available, which give you a day’s worth of hands-on training in your chosen field with an industry expert, and then a place at the conference the following day. The even better news is that the crew behind the event are offering Meld readers a 10% discount on tickets! Simply use the discount code “Meld10” on the eventbrite booking form for the discount to automatically be applied.
The courses which brightonSEO will be running on Wednesday, 23rd April are:
Advanced Google Analytics Workshop – Run by Dara Fitzgerald
Advanced PPC Workshop – Run by Jackie Hole
Content Marketing Workshop – Run by Tim Tucker
Penalty Recovery and Future Proofing Workshop – Run by Paul Madden
Reporting and Excel for SEOs Workshop – Run by Tim Stewart
Local SEO Workshop – Run by Asher Baker
International SEO Workshop – Run by Aleyda Solis
Advanced Link Building and Effective Outreach Workshop – Run by Tim Grice
The tickets to the workshops include a good meal for lunch and networking tea and coffee breaks. They’re also covered by a no-questions, 100% money back guarantee so they’re pretty confident you’ll be getting more out of it than what you put in!
Known for being casual, a little silly and lots of fun (as well as educational, cutting edge and informative, of course) the conference is shaping up to look pretty good. The speakers list and topics page are constantly being updated on the website and will give you a great idea of what you can expect if you haven’t attended before. The conference will be split across 3 tracks throughout the Dome, giving delegates more control over what they listen to and who they see throughout the day.
The tradition of a free drink given to every attendee will also be maintained, starting off the after party in the foyer where there are always fun competitions and activities which help you finish the day off whilst networking. Last year saw a velcro wall, racer bikes and a bucking bull… who knows what 2014 will bring.