Returning on the 23rd-25th April 2014!
Training tickets still available...
BrightonSEO is a free one-day search marketing conference and series of training workshops held, not surprisingly, in Brighton. It takes place twice a year and brings together some of the best speakers in the world of search, and definitely the best crowd. The next event will be taking place on April 24th 2014.
Our previous events have sold out within minutes! Sign up below to get on the wait-list and be the first to hear about any further ticket releases for April.
Feedback on Previous BrightonSEO Events
Had a great time @brightonseo yesterday, as usual many ideas to put into action
— aleyx perks (@aleyxperks) September 14, 2013
As the owner of a small business I have spent the past year trying to navigate the world of SEO myself with no experience or budget to invest in paying an agency. To me, brightonSEO is invaluable. The talks I attended were incredibly insightful and have given me actionable ideas to take back to the office to try and make my business more visible online.
Lyndsey Haskell - Owner, What You Sow
— Tony Dimmock (@Tony_DWM) September 13, 2013
#BrightonSEO is consistently a top quality event both for speakers and attendees. The fact that the team brings together some of the better known speakers on the circuit and a lot of first timers makes for a great dynamic. On the whole, one of my favourite conferences going and definitely miles ahead of many of the paid conferences – and it’s FREE!
Samuel Crocker- SEO Associate Director at OMD UK
Fantastic day at @brightonseo. Exceeding everything I though it would be and learnt so much.
— #Donatella. (@thelittlemonsta) September 13, 2013
Brighton SEO is a great free conference, with a diverse range of talks in all aspect of SEO from Coding, social media to effect of advertising, and for a novice like me, a brilliant venue to meet new people and a chance to learn a lot of information on SEO in a short space of time! 5*****
Charlotte Scheggia - SEO & Online Marketer at Sixt Rent a Car