SearchLeeds 2019

Looking to get ahead of the game when it comes to your online marketing strategy? SearchLeeds 2019 may just have the answers you’re looking for…

SearchLeeds is returning to First Direct Arena in 2019 on Thursday 20th June for its fourth year, and is shaping up to be the biggest and best event to date. The free one-day search marketing event brings together the crème de la crème of the SEO industry, and is the perfect place for marketers of all levels to share, network and learn about industry trends.

Held by Leeds, Bath and London based agency Edit (part of Kin + Carta), the 2019 conference offers no less than 48 practical talks covering diverse topics including digital marketing trends, social media marketing, PPC, ecommerce, technical SEO and analytics.

Some of the marketing industry’s key players will be sharing their secrets and strategies, providing you with actionable advice that can be applied to any business or job role. This year’s guest speakers include Britney Muller from Moz, Jennifer Hoffman from DeepCrawl, Polemic Digital Founder Barry Adams, Biddable Moments Founder Samantha Noble, and Ascending Media Founder Jon Myers.

SearchLeeds attracts some of the UK’s biggest businesses, and past attendees include Asda, Carlsberg, Google, Sky, Just Eat, Jet2, Missguided and AutoTrader. More than 2,000 guests are expected to attend in 2019, making it the perfect place to network. Complimentary tea and coffee will be available throughout the day, and free beer for those sticking around for the afternoon session.  

Edit Chief Media Officer Tim Grice had this to say ahead of the event: “The Leeds digital scene continues to grow in strength and we’re proud to host an event that gathers so much talent under one roof. With additional stages, topics and speakers we’re hoping for our biggest event yet, welcoming marketers from across the globe and at all stages in their careers. See you there!”

Tickets are free and available online now. The full SearchLeeds schedule will be released in May – check out the video of the 2018 event.