BrightonSEO Speaking Interest
We get a huge number of people interested in speaking at each BrightonSEO event, so many we could probably programme 100 tracks and still have more speakers than slots.

But we're really committed to working with speakers who bring in-depth, advanced and practical knowledge to the event and are always keen to work with new people.

By filling this form in we can get a sense of who is interested in speaking at future events, learn a bit about your background and generally keep track of who we should be having conversations with.

We don't have a formal pitch process but if we like the sound of your submission we'll be in touch when we're next looking for speakers.

We normally start working on the line-up of the event six months before the conference and confirm the line up five months before the event.

Some good general advice before pitching a talk idea.

- Actionable - Our audience always asks for practical how-to information our attendees can learn from. The perfect outcome from a talk is a list of tasks for an attendee to add to their to-do list, tools to investigate and books to read.

- Specific - we're far more likely to programme specific talks, If you pitch an idea like 'social media marketing' or event 'link building' it's very hard for us to know exactly what you plan to talk about. The more detailed the title and description the greater the chance we'll like the idea.

- Avoid the basics - While there are some beginners who attend BrightonSEO it is best to avoid general theorizing on abstract subjects and basic, obvious tips. Our audience is not new to the digital marketing field.

- Don't pitch overly self-promotional talk ideas - how to use our tool or here's our great client results won't appeal to our audience.

- Use relevant & timely research data - If you're able to include the results of a study or some research, you should. This will help the likelihood of us programming your talk.

- Be authoritative - the speaker must "know" their subject and it should be obvious in the delivery. If you don't know the topic inside and out, you might be better to pitch on a different topic.

- Tight topic - Our talks last twenty minutes, which means you need to have a very tight and specific idea of what you'd like to cover. If in doubt the narrower the topic the better. You can then be detailed in that small area rather than too general.

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Who do you work for? *
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What's your job title? *
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What's the link to your Twitter Account?
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Tell us a little about yourself and your biography? *
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Are there any particular areas or ideas for talks that you already have? *
This needn't be a finalised idea but helps us understand the sort of topics you might cover in a talk.
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Could you share some links to videos or previous talks you've delivered, Slides from talks you've delivered or blog posts you're particularly proud of? *
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