Date: 2 October 2020
Venue: The Brighton Centre | Kings Road | Brighton, BN1 2GR
Back for Autumn 2020 – Bigger than ever before at the BrightonSEO!
Have you set your goals for 2020 yes? Searchmetrics certainly have and we’re back at the BrightonSEO this year, more than ready and excited to help you define your own goals for SEO in 2020. Not only have we upgraded our stand – which means more space to focus on each of you individually – but Malte Landwehr, our VP Product, will also speak on stage where he’ll highlight what’s truly important for SEO in 2020 and beyond – and, of course, it’s all backed by data!
So don’t waste a second and sign up now using the form on the right to get your free product demonstration slot. Let’s make 2020 the year we boost your Search & Content Performance together!
Vice President Product
About Malte Landwehr:
Malte Landwehr is the VP Product and a member of the leadership team at Searchmetrics. He joined the company in 2015 and held different roles in Marketing and Product Management. Malte has a background in computer science and social network analysis. He is obsessed with data and regularly shares insights at conferences all over Europe. When not working, you can find Malte blasting trashy music in the Searchmetrics in-office gym, hiking, eating, or binging Netflix. He is also an expert in taking mirror selfies.
The BrightonSEO is one of the most popular search marketing conferences in the UK. It brings together speakers with a wide range of expertise as well as specialists in the world of search and offers exceptional networking opportunities. Through pracitcal, hands-on and in-depth training courses as well as workshops, you can gain valuable insights and improve your Search Marketing skills.
Join us and don’t miss the chance to listen to Malte Landwehr’s presentation:
2020 – Fact checking common SEO myths with Data
Over the last 10 years we have heard that backlinks are dead, keywords are dead, PBNs are dead. Then mobile was supposed to change everything. After that, voice search was supposed to change everything. Now BERT is supposed to change everything. I will look at these – and other – myths and use data to evaluate them. Also, I will highlight what is truly important for SEO in 2020 and beyond. Backed by data, of course!