Really Scientific Data From Searchlove 2012
So Searchlove 2012 was a roaring success, some great speakers, awesome content and we ended up meeting some great people. There have already been a number of blog post round ups from other people that are a lot smarter than me, check out a few of these:
Searchlove 2012 Roundup Day Two #searchlove both by Laura Phillips
220 SEO tips and tactics from SearchLove 2012 by Laura McNamee
SearchLove Sketchnotes by David Colgate
Anyway, rather than produce another one of these kind of round up posts I though I would delve a little deeper. I thought that I would dig around to find something truly worthwhile to present from the conference – something that is actionable, something that you can use over and over again.
With this in mind I spent the entire conference (when not dancing) collecting data that can help you move along in your digital career. So without further ado I present the completely made up data from Searchlove 2012 – I hope it helps us all become better at our jobs:
Methodology: All of the data was collected by myself using my noggin and a big machine that I point in the general direction of conferences. All of the data is 100 per cent true – I know this because I made it up myself. If you were wondering why you never got an invite to Searchlove 99 it was because it was held in a secret location with only one attendee – videos are available online – or are they? If you spot a mistake then I will stand by the fact that I am right and you are wrong.
If you collected any solid real made up data from the conference just let me know and we can add to this post.