Earlier this week my mind was blown at ProSEO Boston. The seminar reached outside of what a lot of us in the industry might think of as SEO, painting a pretty clear picture of how SEO has changed and more importantly how it will continue to change.
This wasn’t just about keyword research and link building (although Kate Morris and Justin Briggs brought some really exciting new ideas to those topics) but about how we need to change the way we look at SEO as a whole. The overall theme of ProSEO (at least to me) seemed to be about getting stuff done, creating really good content worth ranking and getting more people sharing your content.
Since there’s so much to talk about, I’m going to break it down into detailed blog posts, rather than just a quick recap of everything. (I’ll be updating this post as I add more posts about ProSEO, so feel free to bookmark it!)
ProSEO Boston Recap Posts
Other Cool Stuff to Come Out of ProSEO:
If you’re looking for a list of great links shared during the seminar, check out Lot’s-O-Links from ProSEO 2011 Conference in Boston by Rebecca Slosberg (@rebeccaslosberg).