Twice a year, thousands of search marketing professionals make their way down to the famous Brighton beach on England’s sunny South coast for brightonSEO: probably the biggest search marketing conference in the world and definitely the most fun — complete with our legendary parties, antics, and networking opportunities (…although we would say that, wouldn’t we?).
Taking place over two days, brightonSEO brings together the best speakers in search from around the globe, and definitely the best crowd. On day one, we host more than twenty hands-on, intense and practical training courses led by leading practitioners in the field. Day two hosts the main conference with an increasingly diverse agenda, where we welcome more than 3500 attendees from 40 different countries – and we’d love you to be one of them!
brightonSEO vs USA conferences in Vegas, Seattle & Boston: We’ve done the maths
Even when opting for our paid ticket options and accounting for flights to Brighton’s famous seaside, we almost always come out cheaper than attending a conference of similar scale in the USA. Don’t believe us? We’ve done the maths:
#MythBusters: A conference in the UK must be more expensive than attending one here in the USA, right?
We get why you might think that, but we’ve worked hard to make sure it’s not the case.
While we’re a long way from where we started, in a little room above a British seaside pub, we’ve not changed our ethos of helping as many search marketers as possible meet, learn, and do their jobs a little better. That’s why we are the only Search Marketing conference of our scale to offer delegates a free ticket option, to make brightonSEO as inclusive and accessible as possible for delegates coming from all over the world, and from companies of all sizes and industries.
Even when all free tickets have been allocated, we have paid VIP conference tickets available for a nominal cost compared to most conference tickets (which come complete with exclusive swag and VIP access) or you can opt for great-value training workshop tickets for day one which guarantee your place in the main conference, and so that even with the cost of a flight to the UK, we still work out more affordable than comparable conferences Stateside.
Brighton is also super easy to get to, located only 30 minutes by train direct from London Gatwick Airport, and an hour from London Heathrow – so you won’t need to faff about with lengthy and complicated transfers.