If you are sick and tired of hearing the same over-shared and outdated information or being served best-practice lists that you find on any semi-professional SEO marketing blog, then you have come to right place!
The UnGagged London online marketing conference is the only event that offers guests real-word and verified strategies that will actually deliver good ROI. By implementing a strict ‘No Recording’ policy, the UnGagged team ensures that all content shared during their sessions is actionable, honest, and exclusive and that attendees will leave feeling satisfied knowing that they learned things that will help them improve their business.
How are the UnGagged conferences different from any other SEO conferences?
The speakers delve deeper – During their sessions, the speakers invited at UnGagged share honest opinions, verified tips and tricks, and reveal industry secrets that they wouldn’t reveal on camera.
People can give their honest opinions – Instead of worrying about sales pitches or about seeing their sessions on Youtube the next day, the experts will focus on being honest and offering valuable advice.
UnGagged is an all-inclusive event – The UnGagged team makes sure that the guests will find everything conveniently located, that they will be provided with food and beverages throughout the entire event, and that all their needs will be met.
Here are some of the many sessions that you can attend at the 2018 UnGagged London conferences:
Technical SEO in 2018: Embracing Chaos (session held by Elephate Agency’s CEO Bartosz Góralewicz). Because technology is constantly evolving, search engines are becoming more and more unpredictable, which is why it’s safe to say that working in technical SEO can sometimes be a chaotic job. A lot of SEO experts will agree that chaos can be problematic, but Mr. Góralewicz will provide a concrete look at today’s technical SEO and cut through all the noise and disarray that comes along with it.
Black Hat Analytics – (session held by Yoast.com’s Jono Alderson). There will always be quite a lot of debate on whether SEO experts should use black hat methods or not and while you are trying to do the right thing, your competitors are probably searching for ways to sabotage your rankings. We must all be aware that black hat analytics are as real as ever and we should start learning how to defend our online assets against these practices. Throughout his session, Jono Alderson is looking to explore some of the most effective tactics, strategies, and attacks that black hat experts can use when trying to attack other people’s rankings. Knowing these tactics will help you find a good defense strategy, so make sure you don’t miss this session.