3 BrightonSEO Speakers We Can’t Wait to See

Our new website has arrived! Geared towards answering the questions that our prospective clients are asking, the new layout should give any visitor the basics on our services and how they can benefit from using us.

Looking ahead to September, our small SEO team are eagerly anticipating a company trip down to #BrightonSEO. The UK’s biggest SEO event brought 1700 marketing professionals to ‘the city on the sea’ last year – so we’re sending down three of our own to pick up some tips and tricks from the biggest names in the business.

Here’s a quick run-down of the 3 speakers that they’re most excited to see:

Will-Critchlow-300x199Will Critchlow (@WillCritchlow)

Co-founder of big time digital marketing agency Distilled, Will’s upward trajectory from floor sweeper to CEO can’t be drawn on a straight line. Picking up experience in strategy and programming, Will set up Distilled with business partner Duncan Morris. After 10 years in business, they have offices in London, New York and Seattle. They’ve also revolutionised the industry with their online training platform.


Lisa-Myers-300x200Lisa Myers (@LisaDMyers)

Another big dog in the field of content marketing, Lisa’s the CEO of Verve Search. An SEO and Content Agency, whose employees speak a whopping
14 languages between them. Verve Search has a massive advantage when it comes to courting international clients, something that helped them land Expedia as a big name client. Lisa will be sharing her secrets to success in what promises to be an inspiring lecture.



Jono Alderson (@JonoAlderson)

Indispensable to thousands of SEO professionals, Anderson heads up the Digital arm of analytics giants Linkdex. A self-confessed ‘hardcore technical SEO’, when Jono isn’t knee-deep in statistics, he’s flying around the world aiding household names and marketing professionals alike.

His talk at Brighton will focus on revealing the history of changes that has resulted in the complex technological landscape that we work in today.

It’ll be a long train journey down South and, if the after-party’s anything as raucous as we’ve heard, an even longer trip back up to Liverpool!