Since April 2018 you can find me on stages giving talks about SEO. I enjoy putting together slides that deliver know-how as precisely as possible, are entertaining and nice to look at. My main goal is for the audience to leave with a list of concrete measures they can put into practice immediately. I deliver my talks in either English or German.

Recent Speaking Events

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SEOCampixx, Berlin (DE)
March 2020

SEOkomm Logo

SEOkomm, Salzburg (AT)
November 2019

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BrightonSEO, Brighton (UK)
April & September 2019

Sabine Langmann SEOkomm 2019
Sabine Langmann BrightonSEO 2019
Sabine Langmann BrightonSEO 2018

Slide Decks

 
SEOkomm, Salzburg (AT), Nov 11, 2019
 
Talk about how to custom crawl websites, automating those crawls, gathering the data and analysing them via KNIME and Google Data Studio.

 BrightonSEO, Brighton (UK), Sep 13, 2019
 
Talk about how much effort / time it costs to learn a coding skill as an SEO as opposed to how much time can be saved by applying those skills with daily tasks.

 BrightonSEO, Brighton (UK), Apr 12, 2019
 
In this talk I’m giving a short introduction to Xpath, what it is and how you can use it for Screaming Frog’s custom extractions while demonstrating lots of real-life examples.

 
SEOCampixx, Berlin (DE), Mar 22, 2019
 
Talk about how to analyse competitor’s (or own) websites via Screaming Frog’s custom extractions and Xpath in order to gain specific insights for further analysis.

 
#SEO4Pirates, Berlin (DE), Aug 23, 2018
 
Talk about how to crawl specific page elements via Screaming Frog’s custom extractions and Xpath in order to gain specific insights for further analysis.

BrightonSEO, Brighton (UK), Apr 27, 2018
 
Slidedeck covering my three most important learnings on expanding web projects to new countries, considerations before anything else as well as important SEO aspects.

What My Peers Think

SEO & Coding Skills – Interview

In September 2019, I was interviewed by AccuRanker on why basic coding skills can be useful for SEOs, even for those working mostly in non-technical areas.