Manchester SEO Mini Conference confirmed

Manchester SEO Mini Conference confirmed

By Steve on August 31, 2010

SEO Manchester is big and with many of the top SEO’s residing in Manchester it makes sense to hold SEO events in Manchester and with a little help from the organisers of SASCon we have another Manchester SEO Mini Conference confirmed.

Unlike the SASCon event held earlier this year the Manchester SEO Mini Conference has limited spaces, as it is being held at the MDDA rooms on Portland Street which only has the capacity for around 60 visitors. With limited spaces it may be useful for SEO’s in Manchester to book early to avoid disapointment. Peter Young (Holistic Search) and Simon Wharton (Push On)are helping to organise this event which hopefully means the line up will be as exciting as other events they have organised.

The event is being held on the 29th October and boasts speakers such as Barry Adams, Nichola Stott, Neil Walker and Kelvin Newman. This hopefully will be the first of many Manchester SEO conferences where we can enjoy hearing from some of the local SEO’s who are renouned in the industry.

Manchester is an up and coming city that has some of the best media agencies, design compaines and SEO consultants in the UK so why should we have to travel all the way down to places like London, lining Richard Bransons pockets, just to hear our own talk about what they do best? SEOs Manchester has proven results all over the world and with some of the best and brightest in the industry already here it is about time we took advantage of this.

Hopefully the SEO Creative bosses will let me attend this conference as I would love to hear what the speakers have to say, if you are thinking about going then you better book your place quick as mentioned there are limited places! Find out more about all the Manchester SEO events at

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