Stacey MacNaught set for European appearance next month

Stacey MacNaught

Tecmark search director Stacey MacNaught will make her first speaking appearance of the year when she talks at February’s 2016 Friends of Search conference in Amsterdam.

MacNaught’s talk, entitlted “Turning Numbers Into Stories: Creative, Data-Driven Link Building”, will close the morning session on February 11.

Bas van den Beld, Wil Reynolds and Larry Kim are among the other speakers who will share their experiences at what looks set to be a packed event.

Last year MacNaught spoke at conferences in Spain, England (twice), Scotland and the Republic of Ireland, as well as visiting Inbound15 in Boston, MA.

And now her 2016 diary is already starting to fill, with further details about two more speaking engagements – in March and September – set to be released in the coming weeks.

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