Tecmark search director Stacey MacNaught to appear at BrightonSEO



Tecmark search director Stacey MacNaught will complete a busy summer of speaking with an appearance at BrightonSEO on Friday (18 September).

MacNaught, who has already spoken in Marbella, Manchester, Dublin and Edinburgh this year, will give a presenation entitled: “Your Content is Awesome – Now What?”.

MacNaught spent last week at Inbound15 in Boston, MA, alongside Tecmark managing director Richard Heyes.

She spoke at the EGR Power Affiliates Summit in Marbella in May, then appeared at SAScon in Manchester in June before heading to Dublin in July to talk at the Learn Inbound conference and Edinburgh in August for the Turing Festival.

A 34-page guide to MacNaught’s SAScon talk – “Quality Content on Scale” – is available as a free download along with three other content marketing ebooks.

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