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#STETupelo: Lisa Niver is the Keynote Speaker!

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November 16, 2020

The 2nd annual Southern Travelers Explore Conference February 19th-21st, 2021 in Tupelo, Mississippi. Bloggers, influencers, journalists, CVBs, DMOs, and those who just love to travel will meet at the Elvis Presley Birthplace Event Center for educational sessions, small group discussions, and a marketplace, while also enjoying Tupelo’s fantastic food scene and experiencing all that the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll’s hometown has to offer.

Get all the DETAILS: #STETupelo: All You Need To Know

Educational Sessions

Keynote: Grateful For The Journey (Lisa Niver)

Sharing secrets to start filming video. As Elvis would say, “It’s Now Or Never” so get started today!

Making The Most Of Pinterest (Karyn Locke)

For writers, bloggers, and DMOs, using Pinterest to its full potential can be worth your while. Here are tips and tricks to get your page views and traffic up, including Pinterest stories and video pins.

Making Traffic While You Sleep: 5 Simple SEO Tips (Catherine Kopf)

You don’t have to be an SEO wiz to get your post on page 1 of Google search. The key is to choose the right keywords and use a few simple tricks every time you publish new or update content.

Pull Back The Curtain On Accounting And Tax Prep (Sherryl Wilson)

Do you dread gathering data for your tax person? What you need is to implement a proven system that will take the guesswork out of the equation. Let’s pull back the curtain on the overwhelming topic of accounting and tax prep.

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