All the slides from #LeedsLovesSearch 2018
On what has been hailed as the hottest day of the year so far, we hosted our second edition of Leeds Loves Search as part of the Leeds Digital Festival. We were joined by 100 marketers and four awesome speakers at Duke Studios for an afternoon of insight into digital marketing.
We managed to pull ourselves away from the sun (and the beer garden at Duke Studios) to enjoy talks on AI, link building, PPC automation, analytics and more. Our speakers from Home Agency, Epiphany and Branded3 provided the audience with lots of actionable advice and plenty of helpful take-aways.
We would like to say a huge thanks to our wonderful speakers and Shelley Walsh from ShellShock UK who delivered brilliant talks and fielded questions in the crazy heat. Below is an overview of where to find the slides from the talks and you can also watch the conference in full here.
Leeds Loves Search talks:
Arianne Donoghue – Paid Development Manager, Epiphany
— Arianne Donoghue (@ArianneDonoghue) April 19, 2018
Neill Horie – Head of Artificial Intelligence Optimisation, Home Agency
Thanks! If you missed it, my talk on “Is Alexa lying to you?” is available at. This version even has annotations, so you don’t get overwhelmed by large images of English monarchs. #LeedsDigi18 #LeedsLovesSearch https://t.co/qNhxKknzlk https://t.co/yWYS0BatMP
— Neill Horie (@NeillHorie) April 19, 2018
Emma Barnes – Senior Insight & Analytics Analyst, Branded3
— Tim Grice (@Tim_Grice) April 19, 2018
Stephen Kenwright – Strategy Director, Branded3
— Branded3 (@Branded_3) April 19, 2018
Thanks to all of those who took the afternoon to come along to the event. If you’re looking for more events of this kind in Leeds you should check out our annual Search marketing conference, SearchLeeds. SearchLeeds is only two months away, taking place on June 14th at the first direct arena. With space for over 2,000 delegates, 36 international speakers, 3 stages, varied tracks and networking opportunities at our parties, the conference is one not to be missed.
And did we mention that it’s free? Yep – all that, for free!