Tecmark’s very own Stacey Cavanagh will be crossing the pond to speak at MozCon 2014.
MozCon is a firm favourite with online marketing agencies. It offers the opportunity to network with thought leaders from the SEO community, as well as learn about new industry trends.
Speaking at MozCon is strictly invite-only, so when the MozCon selection committee invited Stacey to speak this year she was both thrilled and honoured.
When asked about speaking at the event, Stacey said: “MozCon is a huge conference with a really diverse audience and speaker line up. I’m incredibly excited to speak there and I’m really looking forward to meeting tonnes of people in the digital marketing industry from all over the world.”
Stacey has been making a name for herself on the SEO event circuit, speaking at SearchLove London, BrightonSEO and SMX London last year, and she has already featured at the eGaming Review Power Affiliates Conference this year. Stacey will be also appearing at eGaming Review Power 50 Conference and BrightonSEO again before jetting off MozCon.
MozCon will be taking place from 14-16 July at the Washington State Convention Centre in Seattle. Speakers include representatives from Moz, Distilled and Google. If you want to attend, tickets are still available here. We would love to see you there!
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