When coming up with ideas on how you can better your SEO performance, you could sit around a table in your office and brainstorm, or you could go out to conferences and interact with professionals. Conferences are an invaluable resource for businesses or individuals that depend solely on SEO to build a reputation or a brand.
There are a number of conferences you can attend worldwide, where the main focus is solely based on search engine optimisation. These conferences range from all different types of topics surrounding SEO, there might be a series of training courses that are held in order to bring the best speakers in the world of search, along with those wanting to learn.
There is one event in particular in England, – Brighton SEO which takes place twice a year in as you already guessed, Brighton. There are a wide range of topics which are discussed over a period of two days. Conference tickets range from £0-£600 depending on how important this event is to you and your business and how much you want to learn and take away over the two days that you’re there.
Another big conference that takes place in London is ‘UnGagged‘. This conference usually takes place at the beginning of April and also lasts for two days. An all-inclusive day ticket will include listening to 30+ speakers, WiFi and catered meals. You get to learn all the tips, tactics and hacks that speakers share, along with resources and examples to help you to identify new and missed opportunities.
By attending SEO conferences, it will keep you up to date on the latest SEO strategies, tips, tools and trends that you could use to help promote your business when it comes to search engine optimisation. They’re also a fantastic way to grow your business network and connect with potential clients. You might want to pack a notebook or a laptop in your travel case if you do end up attending any conferences so you can make notes of each workshop as it might be a bit overwhelming with all the information that is thrown at you.
So, if you happen to have the time and you have a few staff who are interested in learning more about the world of SEO, get yourself to a conference.