Dixon Jones

Marketing Director - Majestic

Upcoming Sessions:

Some Red Flags that Search Engines can use to identify Spam

June 15, 2017 2:00pm - 2:55pm - Track no: County Suite 1

Dixon Jones became the Marketing Director of the world’s largest link analysis engine, Majestic, in 2009, transforming the SEO and digital world by providing link intelligence on a scale not previously open to the industry. Bringing the technology to the search marketing industry has resulted in countless awards including best of breed search engine awards in the UK, USA and Europe, entry into the Deloitte technology Fast 50 list and in 2016 winner of the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation. On top of this, Dixon has the personal accolade of being a “UK Search Personality of the Year”. The Majestic data provides users with detailed link data from anchor text to crawl date, and is helpful to digital entrepreneurs, business analysts and businesses.

He has worked at the forefront of search marketing since 1999, when he cofounded the UK based search marketing consultancy, Receptional. Since time, Dixon has been a consistent presenter on the search conference circuit all over the world and has helped clients in all sectors – including national papers and international search engines themselves to understand their own search strategy. His consulting clients come from a wide variety of difficult sectors, from travel to gambling.

Why UnGagged loves them:

When the Internet arrived and Dixon Jones built his first website, he found that the search engines needed help finding his website. He has been intrigued by search engines ever since. Dixon has become a well-known and respected member of the digital marketing community, winning countless awards along the way including UK Search Personality of the Year 2012. His focus now is to is build ventures into businesses of significant worth.

Dixon returns to UnGagged London for the second year in a row. This year he will be looking at common and less common known signals that search engines look for to identify spam. Leaving you with a firmer understanding of the dangers of using link networks and what to test or look out for in your own link profile.