Round up of Brighton SEO April 2013 conference posts from around the web

Hey Guys,

Instead of writing my own post about Brighton SEO 2013 I decided it’s more useful to do a round up. There are so many good posts out there that mine wouldn’t even scratch the surface or do the conference justice.

Update: Videos from BrightonSEO 2013 April are now available here.

1. the slideshows round up by All Things Web.

2. Key Takeaways from High Position.

3. Best Tools Discovered at BrightonSEO April 2013 by Pete Campbell.

4. 50 More Takeaways from BrightonSEO by WordTracker.

5. Review of Brighton SEO Spring 2013 by FreshEgg.

6. Top 5 takeaways from Brighton SEO April 2013 by Search Seven.

Let me know if I missed any other good resources out there, I tried to include the best ones.

Twitter SEO’s Birthdays

Thanks to today being my birthday I found that two fellow SEO’s have birthdays very close to mine – 21/03.

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Project Management Software for SEO – My Choice

I used to be a sole base camp user when it came to managing the monthly SEO work flow in the past. At some point as the team and projects grew (partly due to incorporating more RCS into our strategies) I realised I needed a more robust and easier to manage tool. I’ve spent a few days testing project management systems like Basecamp, Asana, Strikebase and Wrike and below are my thoughts on these and reasons for using the software I chose in the end. I hope you find it useful and maybe it will convince you to change the way you manage your SEO projects too. I never heard of Wrike before, or of Strikebase, and each for me was way better than Basecamp or Asana.Read more

The mysterious Google update on January 17th 2013

Many in the SEO community noticed the fluctuation of the rankings on Thursday January 17th 2013 – particularly in the UK. This reminded me of the Google flux before Christmas where Google confirmed Panda update a few days after it happened. Similarly this time flux happens and a few days later Google confirms a Google Panda update. I have a feeling this is how it’s going to be in 2013.

Having seen some comments (including some particularly recognised SEOs like Pete Meyers) I decided to document the January 2013 Google updates (or the noticable flux) in this blog post.
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