Stacey MacNaught set for Dublin appearance



Tecmark search director Stacey MacNaught will head to Dublin later this month to give her next major talk on content marketing.

She will appear at the Learn Inbound conference to discuss content promotion tactics – including social, outreach and paid media channels – and reveal how to turn one-time viewers into regular content consumers.

Her talk – “Amazing Content Isn’t Enough: Content Promotion to Win and Retain Audiences” – will be one of three major presentations on 22 July.

She will also join Koozai founder Ben Norman and Verve Search CEO Lisa Myers on stage for a live Q&A session.

Stacey most recently spoke at SAScon in Manchester, where her hour-long talk received a strong reception.

You can view the slides from that presentation or download the accompanying 34-page ebook.
 

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