Think Visibility 5: Rubber Ducks, Jazzles & Gold Dinner Jackets
This years Think Visibility conference was one that the team were really looking forward to for a number of reasons. Firstly, Jackie was selected to be one of the speakers, secondly, we were one of the sponsors of the event and thirdly, we knew it was probably going to be the best one yet. We weren’t disappointed and yet again came away with some fantastic tips and the chance to meet up with old and new friends alike. We would like to have attended all the presentations but this just wasn’t possible, so this post is a round up of just some of the highlights. For more in-depth reviews of the day I recommend the following:
Link builder extraordinaire Paddy chose a selection of sites to analyse via their link profiles. Lots of tips were given for mining Twitter for data Use (use http://qwerly.com/), creating ego bait (not the dreaded linkbait) plus a couple of highly entertaining ‘shadier’ stuff which I’m afraid you had to be at the session to hear.
You can see the slides from Jackie’s presentation here
What can I say about Paul – he always gives good presentation and he didn’t disappoint this time either. He let us in on some of the processes and companies he has been using over the past year in order to free up more of his time. He’s been successful but not without a great deal of preparation on his part, but does warn that it’s best to have ‘something’ to replace the time you’ll free up otherwise you’ll end up bored or doing as much work. Oh, and if you have a spare $5, head over to fiverr.com but try not to get that person arrested…..
I’m a huge fan of Majestic (now I’ve taken the time to learn how to use it properly LOL) so this was a really great presentation for me. Dixon fired off tips like they were going out of fashion but the real takaway for me was utilising the Google Customer Search Engine using data from Majestic SEO’s ‘Cliquehunter’ tool.
Finally, a huge congratulutions to Rhys for winning the first Jaamit award.
What a wonderful end to a great day. So, like I said, a short but (hopefully) sweet post on the day. A huge thanks to Dom & the team for making it so easy to sponsor (hint!), for supporting Jackie, for making us feel so welcome and for bringing so may like minded people together. Roll on September 2011…………