Tecmark trio set for Friends of Search

Amsterdam Friends of Search

Three of Tecmark’s senior team are preparing to head to Amsterdam for the 2016 Friends of Search conference tomorrow (Thurs 11 Feb).

Managing director Richard Heyes and senior account manager Richard Bannister will be at the event all day, while search director Stacey MacNaught is one of the main speakers.

Her talk, which is scheduled to start at midday, will focus on data-driven link acquisition.

It will be MacNaught’s first speaking engagement of 2016, and an ebook to accompany her presentation will be available to download tomorrow.

Bas van den Beld and Wil Reynolds will open proceedings before a range of other SEO and digital marketing experts, including Larry Kim, will also share their insights and experiences.

Bannister said: “It looks like being a brilliant event – the speakers alone suggest that – and I can’t wait to meet some of the other attendees.

“It’ll be fascinating to hear views and opinions from those involved in the wider European market beyond the UK.”

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