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The SEO company will put on a webinar every day from March 22-25, covering the gamut of SEO services.

SALT LAKE CITY – March Madness usually brings images of basketballs, full stadiums, raucous crowds, and athletes cutting down nets. Now, it could also be synonymous with online marketing.

For the second straight year, SEO.com is hosting its own March Madness: a daily webinar from March 22-25, that will cover everything needed to help boost your website’s search engine rankings, increase your presence on social media, drive paying traffic, and how to convert that traffic into sales. Too sign up, go here https://www.seo.com/march-madness-webinar-week/

“Last year we hosted a one-day workshop in our office,” said Ash Buckles, president of the SEO firm. “This year we’ve made it bigger and better. It will be available to more people through an online webinar, and we’ll have something for everyone, every day.”

The March Madness Webinar Week will include six presenters covering four topics:

  • Greg Shuey, vice president of SEO.com. He will cover “Link Building in Real Time”
  • Claye Stokes, director of SEO. He will cover “SEO’s Role in the Evolution of Advertising”
  • Scott Cowley, SEO manager. He will discuss “Learn to SEO Your Blog Like a Pro”
  • Boyd Norwood, director of SEO. He will cover “Life After the Farmer Update”

What: SEO.com March Madness Webinar Week
When: March 22-25, every day from 9-10 a.m. MTN time.
Where: https://www.seo.com/march-madness-webinar-week/
Topics: Search Engine Optimization, Social Media Marketing, Link Building, Advertising, Content Marketing
Cost: It’s free, but to attend, you must fill out the form here.

About SEO.com
SEO.com is a search engine optimization company that delivers a big ROI for its clients by driving traffic to their websites through aggressive search engine marketing. SEO.com then turns those visitors into sales through search-optimized Web design and conversion optimization. Clients range from small startups to Fortune 100 companies.