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March Madness Webinar Week

Mar 9, 2011 / by David Scoville

Join us for a Slam Dunk Week of SEO Webinars: March 21-24

Unfortunately, our March Madness Webinar Week has ended.

While much of the country will be sitting on their couches watching basketball, popping potato chips, and cheering on their favorite college team, marketers will be tuned in to a different type of March Madness.

For the second straight year, SEO.com is hosting its own Madness. This year, it’s not just one day. This year, it’ll fill up the entire week.

The March Madness Webinar Week will feature daily webinars from March 21-24. It 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.

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

  • March 21: Greg Shuey, vice president of SEO.com. He will cover "Link Building in Real Time"
  • March 22: Claye Stokes, director of SEO. He will cover "SEO's Role in the Evolution of Advertising"
  • March 23: Scott Cowley, SEO manager and social media strategist. He will discuss "Learn To SEO Your Blog Like A Pro"
  • March 24: Scott Smoot, SEO manager. He will cover "Life after the Farmer Update"

What: SEO.com March Madness Webinar Week

When: March 21-24, every day from 9-10 a.m. MTN time.
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 on the right
Sign up for the madness. And be happy.

Topics: Blog

David Scoville

Written by David Scoville

David is the former Creative Director for PRMarketing.com. He pursues innovative design and transparent marketing. On the side, he builds things like the SEO Rank Reporter Plugin for Wordpress. Scoville has a degree in Advertising Communications from Brigham Young University.

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