Tips, tricks and tactics: 7 ways to learn about SEO this autumn

I have only recently realised quite how packed my speaking schedule is over the next couple of months. I have also somehow managed not to write anything here on the Distilled blog about possibly the biggest of them all - the London PRO training seminar we are running with SEOmoz on the 19th & 20th October.

So - partly because I’m writing some of my presentations this weekend and partly because I wanted everyone to have a chance to book onto the events before it’s too late I thought I would outline 7 ways you can learn more SEO with Distilled this autumn:

1. PRO Training Seminar in London: Tips, Tricks and Tactics

Imagination Gallery

Our good friends SEOmoz have been running advanced SEO training seminars in Seattle for a few years now. For the first time, we are bringing the format across the pond to London.

It is now nearly sold out, but there are still a few places remaining for the event at the Imagination Gallery in London’s West End on October 19th & 20th. Book a place before it sells out! If you want to see more about what we are going to be covering, you should check out my sneak preview of the seminar over at SEOmoz.org.

In addition to a number of the Distilled crew, Rand and Ben Hendrickson from SEOmoz, the speaker line-up includes many of the UK’s brightest search marketing minds.

Apart from the PRO seminar, here are the rest in chronological order through to the end of October:

2. Free entry to see me speak at ad:tech London

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I am speaking this week on the expo floor at ad:tech in London at Olympia. I am going to be talking on Wednesday afternoon about:

If you’re going to be around in London this week why not register now for free.

3. Conference call: How to be an Excel Ninja and how it helps your SEO

Excel functions

I am running another free Distilled conference call: How to be an Excel Ninja and how it helps your SEO. Register now for free.

4. SMX East - SEO and International Issues

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Duncan is going to be in NYC at SMX East at the beginning of October speaking on the subject of the best ways to structure international websites. I’m very jealous as I have never been to NY.

I know that tickets for SMX East have been selling quickly, but I believe you can still register online.

5. a4u - affiliate conference: analytics

a4uexpo

I am going to be speaking about analytics at a4uexpo in London on 13th / 14th October. You can register online for this. It’s my first a4uexpo and I think it’s going to be a good one!

6. Gateway to investment - G2i

I present regularly at the London G2i events on the subject of SEO for startups. G2i is an investment readiness programme for London based companies seeking equity investment for rapid growth. I am presenting to the next group of investment-seeking companies in November.

7. Private training

Because I don’t have enough presentations to write, I have also started giving some private training sessions on various aspects of SEO. Please get in touch if you would like to hear more.

Will Critchlow

Will Critchlow

Will founded Distilled with Duncan in 2005. Since then, he has consulted with some of the world’s largest organisations and most famous websites, spoken at most major industry events and regularly appeared in local and national press. Will is part...   read more

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5 Comments

  1. "Because I don’t have enough presentations to write" - ha ha ha :-)

    I feel your pain, Will.

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  2. Will! I shouldn't have seen this post. How could I miss your presentation at ad:tech. Are you speaking at SES London in Feb?

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  3. Hi Lily,

    I don't know about SES next year yet. Quite possibly...

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  4. Hopefully! Do you have your ad:tech presentation available online?

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