See Pi Datametrics, our CTO and a pioneering talk at Brighton SEO 2014

BrightonSEOWe’re pleased to announce that we’ll be talking and hosting a Roundtable at the world famous BrightonSEO this Friday at the Brighton Dome. Back by popular demand after his talk on semantic search at the last BrightonSEO, Jon Earnshaw discusses the 4 types of cannibalisation and its impact on the visibility of your content.

Jon will be pioneering this theory on the 4 different aspects of cannibalisation and how to spot it using our SEO platform Pi Datametrics:

1) Internal SEO cannibalisation
2) Subdomain SEO conflict
3) International domain disruption
4) The dreaded semantic flux – when sites within your corporate group have a semantic relationship.

Most importantly he will tell you how to identify these issues on your site. The talk will take place from 10am in the studio theatre at the Brighton Dome.

Also we’re hosting a round table

We’re also hosting a round table which will take place at 2:30pm in the Founders Room 2 about your SEO nightmares. We all have nightmares in our work and let out big sighs, but what’s your biggest bugbear? Is it the agencies, clients, dev team, the PR team, the social media team, the general business strategy, URL structures, the CMS, SEO software, Google or just having to read anything by the industry’s many self-promoting “thought leaders”? We’d love to hear your moans in an SEO-Anonymous kind of way and share the pain.

Brighton SEO 2014

What is Brighton SEO?

BrightonSEO is a free search marketing conference that takes place twice a year and the next event is this Friday (12th September 2014) taking place at the Brighton Dome. BrightonSEO is one of the biggest digital marketing conferences in the UK, with over 2000 search marketers and SEO experts expected at the event. The event is attended by a collective of agencies, in-house marketing teams and business owners that hail from Brighton, the South-East, London and all over the UK and  across Europe.

Optimising and Monitoring Online Ecosystems in the Age of Semantic Search

For those of you who missed the last BrightonSEO in April here is Jon Earnshaw’s talk about optimising and monitoring online ecosystems in the age of semantic search.

And the presentation deck: