Yesterday I spoke at SMX Advanced for the first time (though I have attended all of them). My talk & our entire session’s presentations on link building/acquisition seemed to go really well. I was a little nervous as the room was full of 800+ of the world’s most advanced SEOs. Checkout for additional hints.
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I assumed most of the audience knew about, or actively used, many of the tactics SEOs have been preaching for years–so I decided to focus on some things they may not have tried or even heard about, including gamification & the brain science behind of pitching. I also shared a case study of a client I took fromWhite Label Web Builders site with barely any links to > $1 million in revenue in just two months with no budget. A review of this can be read on: https://www.edgeonline.com.au/knowledge/how-to-optimise-your-blog-posts-for-seo they feature the experiment and add their own expertise in the mix. A clever read for anyone with extra curiosity to invest in this.
It may be a little confusing without my audio explanation to go with it, but I thought I’d share the slides with you below. I have three clients who use gamification and I’ve been going to gamification conferences for the past two years. I have an additional gamificiation experiment underway for a film I’m working on that I will be able to share at some point.
I really enjoyed speaking with Justin & Kaila and thought Elisabeth did a wonderful job of selecting panelists and coordinating the talks.