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A few links and tools I love and cannot imagine life without:

SEOmoz blog

Organise your content online
Bundlr - Organise your online world
Scoop.it - Publish beautiful magazines online
Storify - Create social stories
Pearltrees - yet another place to organise your online collections

The best social monitoring tools
Radian6- social media engagement

Social Sharing
Pinterest - who does not know our lovely Pinterest?

Miscellaneous
Prescription Glasses - beautiful glasses, perfect quality and ideal price.
10+ WordPress page templates for all needs
Free Magento Themes
Explicitly.me - Experiment on exposing weaknesses in Google, Bing and Yahoo
Ruby on Rails
Django
Free Wireframe Mockup Tools
Build With - find out what a website is build with!
How I Hijacked Rand Fishkin’s Blog
Diagnose Traffic Drop

In your free time watch game of thrones online

Amazing Hosting
Hosting House

Web Building, tutorials, ideas, tips...
CSS

HTML code tutorial
Build your website II: enhance your site
7 techniques to improve your web designs

Smashingmagazine

Designshack.co.uk
Sixrevisions

145 Articles to Make SEO Your Bitch

10 great free mac apps for web developers

DIRECTORIES
Blog Directory
Link Directory
Online Marketing
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Ethical Directory
FREE LOGO
Logo Design
LINK BUILDING TOOLS
Keyword Research Tutorial
Google SEO Guide
PowerMapper - a tool for website mapping and testing web sites for accessibility, broken links, browser compatibility and errors.

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Get awesome Christmas gifts for boyfriend online :-)
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Tom Anthony from Distilled@TomAnthonySEO
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Over to Tom’s slides for a lovely catch up:

HTTP/2 BrightonSEO 2018 from Tom Anthony

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Ensure there are no server errors as they may slow down Google crawlers.
Is your site still on HTTP - perfect -improve it before migrating to HTTPs - use Lighthouse

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There is a tonne of very interesting talks to choose from held in 6-7 different locations,
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PART I - April 27, 10:00 AM - 11:15 AM
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BrightonSEO 2016 Videos, Presentations & Slides

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Nichola Stott - SEO SUX: How and Why UX Must Be Front and Centre to Your Technical Strategy
1. Young generation (Generation Z) expects to get a cool product, whereas older generation still cares very much about a cool experience, focus on your products, since generation Z will become 40% of all customers by 2020!
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3. Nichola reminded how important are:
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