If you follow the CAP Blog (or any other quality online marketing site), you know that social media is changing the way SEO works.
It’s today’s hot topic for online marketers, and it’s easy to understand why: With all that traffic, and all those posts (and Tweets), Facebook, Twitter, and the other major social networking sites have become a powerful source of backlinks.
And in the next free live CAP Webinar on August 2, 2011, less than two weeks away, two online experts will explain just how to focus your online marketing methods, tools and strategies to better utilize social media in organic SEO link-building.
CAP SEO Webinar Series: How to Utilize Social Media in Organic Link Building
Time/Date: Tuesday, August 2, 2011, 8am (PDT)
(Find your local time here.)
Guests: Scott Polk and Sarah Carling, founders of ObsidianEdge
Duration: 60 minutes, including Q&A
Because you asked for more advanced SEO material, we’ve recruited two of the best-known online marketing experts to help guide us through this timely topic: Guest speakers Scott Polk and Sarah Carling are the founders of ObsidianEdge, a firm specializing in SEO, social media, and other important online marketing elements.
And they’ll continue into the more advanced topic of how social media exposure can actually strengthen link building and backlinks — directly creating the kind of SEO power that delivers high-tier traffic.
You’ll also learn:
• How to strengthen your link-building using social media
• Why employing social media can help your SEO strategy
• How to apply these methods to your affiliate business
Plus, you’ll have the chance to directly ask questions to Scott and Sarah during our extended Q&A session at the end of the webinar.
About our webinar guests:
Scott Polk is an internet industry veteran with more than 14 years of experience building successful SEO and online marketing strategies. Scott’s impressive list of past clients includes AT&T Wireless, ABC News, Toyota.com, and many others.
Sarah Carling has built and implemented SEO and PPC strategies for some of the world’s most competitive industries for more than seven years. An early adopter of social media, Sarah has been training businesses in its use for more than five years.