One of our favourite events in the calendar, BrightonSEO is a fantastic chance to educate yourself in the latest SEO tactics, be inspired to try something new and rub shoulders with some of the UK’s elite digital marketers. The only problem is, its so popular that getting a ticket can be a little tricky – tickets for September sold out in only a few minutes.
But, don’t despair, we can help; we have two tickets to give away!
We’re also giving away a selection of some of our favourite books on the topics of SEO and creative content creation – making this a veritable bundle of SEO inspiration.
So, to be in with a shout of winning one of these tickets, a set of books and some White.net paraphernalia such as a (very comfy) hoodie or t-shirt, we want you to unleash your inner creative side. We’d like you to tell us the everyday challenges you face in creating content for your online campaigns. And just like much of the content we have to create for SEO, the more fun, playful and eye-catching your entry, the better!
At Brighton we’re hosting a roundtable discussion on the difficulties of creating content that works for SEO, and want to hear about the problems and questions you have on the subject.
Your entry can take any format – you could try:
Submit your entries using the hashtag or subject line #99contentproblems to Twitter, Vine or email info (at) white dot net.
For inspiration, we are going to create a few videos, featuring LEGO, Scrabble letters, sticky notes and anything else in our office, all to get your creative juices flowing! In the meantime, check what your office cupboard hides and how you can reuse it to put together a winning message.
Closing date for entries is the 31st of August, and we’ll be picking the winners by the 4th of September.
By submitting your entry via Twitter, Vine or email, you agree to the image being used by us to further promote the competition and to reproduce them on our website and social media.
You can also purchase one of the premium BrightonSEO tickets for the range of training courses on the 17th September (the day before the conference), which also give you access to the main conference – well worth it if you want to pack every bit of learning into your trip to the south coast.
Let us know what content problems you have that you’d love some fresh ideas to solve and why you want to go to BrightonSEO, and we’ll hopefully see you there!