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Our SEO manager, technical SEO executive and content manager are all attending #BrightonSEO this week! 

Taking place in Brighton Dome complex from April 21st - 22nd, the event is suitable for professionals interested in search marketing or for those who aspire to work in the industry. 

The event includes talks from industry professionals, a total of 12 training courses and plenty of exhibitors to visit throughout the two day event. 

We're most excited to see our fellow #MancSAS member Dawn Anderson, who is speaking at the event as well as attending the 'Digital PR for link building training' course as we look to better our current integration with our content marketing and SEO teams. 

Launching in 2009, this is BrightonSEO's 6th year running. It is a free event with tickets for this year selling out in less than 60 seconds! 

It's a great event that allows us to learn a lot about the upcoming changes to our industry as well as giving us the opportunity to hang out and meet some like minded people. 

If you want to find out more about BrightonSEO, you can do so here

We'll also be tweeting throughout the day, so follow us over on Twitter to see how the event unfolds. 

About the author

James Wilkinson
James Wilkinson
James has worked at CTI Digital since 2014 heading up our marketing department and is the driving force in ensuring all our clients accounts achieve an increasing ROI year on year. James has previous experience in Google Analytics and Adwords management, and has handled account spends of over £300,000 per year. He then moved into automated marketing working on a range of B2B and B2C clients driving engagement, deliverability and automated campaigns. He has experience of running fully integrated campaigns for clients and working on an ongoing basis driving leads for businesses and sales for ecommerce clients.

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