We’re proud to announce that Tecmark’s Head of Search, Stacey Cavanagh, will be speaking at this year’s SearchLove event in London.
Stacey has been invited to take the stage alongside some of the industry’s biggest names, including Will Reynolds, Aleyda Solis, Peep Laja, Kelvin Newman and Will Critchlow.
Stacey will be sharing 36 tips, tricks and tools that she and the Tecmark search team are using to create compelling content that earns links and social shares; content that baits brand signals, building authority and trust. Her talk will be packed with actionable ideas for both big budget campaigns and those where there’s less money to play with.
SearchLove – organised by Distilled – takes place at the London Brewery on 28th and 29th October. Stacey will be speaking on day 1 at 3.50pm, before Will Critchlow closes with his thoughts on “˜The Future of Search’.
The event will be attended by hundreds of industry professionals from around the UK, Europe and beyond. Delegates from leading search agencies will be joined by representatives from top brands including MoneySuperMarket, Skyscanner and the Financial Times.
There are still a limited number of tickets available for 2-day conference, starting at £899 + VAT – click here for more information.
Stacey also spoke at Brighton SEO in September – you can see her “˜Low Cost Link Building with Juicy, Juicy Data’ slides here.
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