Welcome to the DeepSEO Webinar Series!
Join us as we dive deep into the tactics, issues, and solutions surrounding many of the most important issues in SEO today. We are thrilled to have some of the industry’s best thinkers join us each episode as we learn together.
Doc had technical issues, so Steve got to visit solo with this week’s guest, Jason Barnard, founder of Kalicube. Jason absolutely blew our minds with his information on building a brand SERP! He shares how to get your brand a Knowledge Panel and control it. (Spoiler...
About DeepSEO Con
Most of us who’ve attended a trade conference know that networking is one of the big takeaways. We make new friendships, revive old ones, exchange fish stories, and maybe bend an elbow with colleagues. We often also discover new business opportunities, techniques, or strategies that we can use to our clients’ advantage.
Most conferences try to focus on both while keeping the professional aspects at the forefront. That’s the ideal, obviously, but it seems to be an increasingly difficult balance to achieve. Sessions that occur simultaneously in different rooms will often require attendees to make a choice – and most of us have faced situations in which that choice wasn’t easy.
“Which one of these speakers will deliver the most value?” or “Which one of them will be saying the same things I’ve known for years, or have heard numerous times from others?
We decided to eliminate the need for DeepSEOCon attendees to choose between 2 or more sessions. By keeping all presentations in the same location, one after another, that issue was put to bed.
But what if a session was “old hat” or so esoteric that it was of no interest to many? That’s not quite as easily solved, but by bringing together a speaker line-up of some of the most advanced and highly respected presenters in our industry, we think we’ve solved that, too.
Our speakers will be bringing topics that will be, at least to some degree, applicable to nearly every one of us. They’ll be sharing the wisdom they’ve gained from their work in specific niches or practices, but which can be adapted to suit.