Tecmark search director Stacey MacNaught will speak at her fourth conference in as many months when she appears at the Turing Festival on Friday (21 August).
Having already spoken in Marbella, Manchester and Dublin this summer, MacNaught will now head north to Edinburgh.
Her talk – “Mapping Your Content To Your Conversion Funnel“ – is set to reveal more of the insight Stacey and the rest of her team use on a daily basis.
She will also talk at BrightonSEO in September, as well as join Tecmark managing director Richard Heyes in travelling to the INBOUND conference in Boston, MA, next month.
MacNaught 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.
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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