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The Official SES London Networking Party

ShareTweet Next week Search Engine Strategies (SES) is in London, and seeing as 80% (actually it’s more like 70% but Julie is always in London in spirit) of the SEO Chicks are based in London quite a few of us are speaking and attending. Judith is speaking on day 1 and 2 on the subjects: “Introduction to SEO” and “SEO is dead, long live SEO” respectively. And I have two sessions on day 1 covering “Key Link building strategies” and “SEO means business”.  Nichola and Annabel will be attending and covering the event for Stateofsearch.com and Hannah will be covering the conference here on SEO Chicks. So, if you see us around the conference centre, please make sure you say [...]

Keyword Research Ninjas Tactics – SMX London 2011

ShareTweet Keyword research tools are powerful and plentiful and your competitors are using them for the same reasons as you are. This session explores keyword research “outside of the box”, mining unique or unusual sources of data for insights and opportunities that others overlook. Richard Baxter The problem with keyword research data is it’s a bit of a jumble, anyone can make a list, but how do you make it actionable for SEO? How do you get from a dataset to IA? If you can find a way to group and segment, and take away noise you can learn about priorities. By breaking down the following search query you can identify segments and groups within the phrase. Buy used audi [...]

SMX 2011 – Search Analytics and Competitive Intelligence

ShareTweet Before I begin, I would like to say thank you to all the SEO Chicks for letting me be the first ‘chick with a dick’ to post on their site. It is a huge honour and I got to dress up like a girl so everyone’s a winner. After trying on the t-shirt I must admit it looked like a boob tube on me so it’s an experience I would like to forget, especially since Nick Williams thought I looked like this butch chap when I put on the wig as well: However, I am wearing the t-shirt with pride today, even though it is underneath my ‘normal’ sized shirt. I hope you like my coverage of SMX today [...]

And the WINNER of the SMX and ISS pass is……

ShareTweet Thomas Barker works as a Digital Marketing Executive at Lynch Buchanan and has been doing SEO for 1 year, he has also started doing some freelance SEO consultancy. Here’s what Thomas had to say “I just wanted to say thank you very much for the tickets to SMX London next week. It’s a great opportunity for somebody like me who has only been in Search for about a year and doesn’t have the backing or funds to attend the industry leading events. I’m so thrilled about it and hope I can make the most out of this great opportunity the amazing girls at SEOChicks have given me!” We like him already. Congratulations Thomas, looking forward to meet you next [...]

SMX Advanced London & International Search Summit 2011

ShareTweet Grab your gadgets and gladrags it’s time for the summer conferences, wohoo! SMX Advanced is coming to London town this May, and for the second year in a row they have teamed up with the guys at International Search Summit to deliver a truly awesome Search conference. Fancy going? Don’t fret, as this year the SEO-Chicks have partnered up with SMX as blog partners so we can offer YOU some sweeeet discount: All you need to do is quote the following to get your 15% off: SEOCHICK011 SMX Advanced is on Mon 16th and Tues 17th May Full agenda Search Summit is on Wedn 18th May Full Agenda Where: Both conferences will be held at the rather posh Millenium [...]

SES London 2011 | Killer Facebook Marketing

ShareTweet Moderated by Lisa Buyer, we have Massimo Burgio and Liana (Li) Evans Li is up first to talk mainly about organic marketing and also some FB ad tips. First thing to remember is that FB is difficult to work with unless you’re already connected to something – it is not a search engine. Most important thing is to know if your audience is there. Is the audience lurking but not engaging? If so then perhaps FB ads are more appropriate. Stickiness – games are great for this, and can be addicting. Twitter – 200MM accounts only 20% are active, whereas FB has 500MM active accounts. Contests can engage people e.g. SES Conf fan page, marketing tip of the week, [...]