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Stacey Cavanagh MacNaught
Works at Tecmark (Digital Marketing Agency)
Lives in Manchester
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Once Upon a Time, there was a magical world called StaceyLand. And in StaceyLand, all SEO campaigns that Stacey and her team were asked to run had 3 things in common: They all had a bottomless pit of money to spend on whateve...
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My Nan did her Christmas shopping on her iPad this year without guidance. It's another step forward. Last year she did it online with the help of family on a laptop and has since gone touchscreen with an iPad mini that sits b...
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So it's not quite December... But close enough. So the tree's up!
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Surveys - one of my favourite things for creating #contentmarketing  campaigns!
I’m a huge advocate of surveys as the basis for content projects where objectives include link acquisition, brand mentions, exposure and social media interaction. I love surveys. From the silly (like that time I asked 1,000 A...
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Never mind a white Christmas! We're dreaming of a toasty hot January on the beach! And let's honest, there's no chance of that happening in Brrrrritain!

So here's a bit of inspiration for any of you looking for somewhere hot in January for a bit of winter sun.

http://www.holidaygems.co.uk/blog/hot-january
Where is hot in January? Stuck for inspiration for that perfect (sunny) January getaway? Escape the January blues! Here are a few ideas for holiday destinations with sunbathing weather in January!
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Same here, +Jason Nelson!
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With an equally speedily growing proportion of searches on Google taking place on smartphone devices, Google needs to take this into account in its algorithm.Source: http://searchenginewatch.com
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An oldie, but still so valuable a technique for me.
Ideas generation. That's one of the toughest challenges we face in content marketing. If you have a ton of different clients in a host of different niches, you are effectively in need of a seemingly endless stream of creative...
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Private Blog Networks may seem like viable SEO link building solutions, but financial models suggest otherwise - are they really worth it?
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Stunning sunset in Manchester tonight!
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This Christmas marks 100 years since the World War 1 1914 Christmas truce. I remember learning about the Christmas truce when I was at school. And even then I was moved very much by the story and these WW1 soldiers' determina...
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Yes, I'm a complete sucker. No, I'm not ashamed. #christmas  ;-)
I LOVE Christmas TV ads. I don’t mind that the Santa we know today was shaped, in part, by Coca Cola. Yes, I get that Coca Cola is a big brand rotting people’s teeth and cashing in on Chrimbo, but their big trucks with a joll...
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For anybody who needs to understand their website traffic better, you need this in your life. 
Let me start by saying I'm not involved with Hotjar. I'm not on their team, not in an Affiliate scheme and I've not been bribed to write this. I've not been blackmailed or threatened either. Nobody has promised me a puppy, no...
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Occupation
Head of Search - Heading up an awesome team of internet marketers devising and executing SEO and PPC strategies for businesses.
Skills
SEO, PPC, copywriting, analytics
Employment
  • Tecmark (Digital Marketing Agency)
    Head of Search, 2009 - present
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Female
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Networking
Birthday
March 26
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Married
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Stace, Cavanagh
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Search Director at Tecmark. I live and work in Manchester. Self confessed SEO geek, social media do-er and self proclaimed hash tag Queen. I love my iPhone.
Introduction
I'm Stacey.... self-confessed geek, surgically attached to my iPhone. I use Facebook, Twitter and Google Plus way too much for my own health. But hey, there's worse things I could be doing... right?

Search Director at Tecmark

Stuff I Like
  • SEO
  • Social Media
  • Really bad jokes
  • Gadgets
  • iPhone apps that either amazing or that are so bad that they're actually funny.
  • Copywriting and blogging
  • Reading stuff by other bloggers
  • Watching random documentaries
  • Cider. Proper cider, that is
  • Simon Cowell
  • The X Factor (Sorry!)
  • Puppies

Stuff I Don't Like
  • Piers Morgan
  • David Cameron
  • The rain (I live in the wrong city)
  • Cold weather (I live in the wrong country)
  • Newt Gingrich
  • Cats (sorry, cat lovers)
Bragging rights
#creatorofthemoststupidhashtagsintheworldever
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Currently
Manchester
Previously
Oldham - Durham
I'm a big fan of Pita Pit. It's a relatively healthy option conveniently located for the train station (and, for me, my office!). It's basically Subway with pitta bread and healthier (and in my view fresher) ingredients. Great selection of healthy snacks and sides too. Pleasant to sit in there and enjoy lunch! Not a bad choice for a breakfast pitta either.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
Been here just the once to see a Smiths tribute act (aptly named 'the Smyths.'). It's actually a really beautiful building, this one. And for anyone who has any appreciation of internal architecture, you'll be impressed. But by the same token, do expect to stick to the carpet. A bit grubby, but a decent live music venue.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
I live right opposite Rain Bar so it's typically a last or first stop on a weekend night out for us. It has a beer garden second to none. So on the rare occasion that the hot yellow ball in the sky makes an appearance in Manchester, it's packed outside and there's a brilliant atmosphere. I'm a lager drinker myself so probably don't have much value to add in terms of a beer review. It is a JW Lees bar though, so the ales are JW Lees ales (some of my friends love that, others loathe it). There's a decent pub grub menu. The food is reasonably priced and it's alright. Not the best pub grub in Manchester, to be honest. But it's not bad. Well worth a stop, particularly in the sun!
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
This is across the road from where I live so I go in fairly regularly. Midnight bowling after a few drinks is always interesting. Drinks prices are a little on the high side. The food is awesome though. I spent last Saturday afternoon bowling here. With only 5 lanes in the whole venue and a relatively quiet place on a Saturday, I much, much prefer bowling here than at busier bowling places. Bowling, lunch and a drink or two all in the same place - spot on!
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
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I love this pub. It's a proper pub with a wide selection of beers. It's a Holts brewery pub... good lager and my other half loves the real ales. It does get really busy on a Saturday night, but prices are reasonable and beer is good. What else do you need?
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
"Quintissentially British," is how I'd describe this place. And I love it. It's not just because from I'm from Oldham that I love this corned beef heavy menu and the emphasis on "proper grub." It's because it tastes like a little slice of our Northern heaven on a rainy day. It's the sort of food you want to curl up and eat in your PJs while it's throwing down outside. Do you know what? The lunch time menu might be a bit above the average budget for sandwiches and snack (£8 minimum for a sandwich). But treat yourself. Cos it's lip smackingly good.
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
I love Nando's and I'm not even ashamed of it ;-) I've eaten in here a couple of times but often I order from here and eat at home (as I live just around the corner). In both cases the food is always good. Eating in, the service has always been flawless for us even when the restaurant is absolutely packed. Always get much better service here than at the Printworks one, that's for sure. A firm favourite.
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reviewed 6 months ago