Bing Webmaster Tools SEO 101 Webinar Video and reminder

Last week we started our series of Bing Webmaster Tools Webinars, kicking things off with our SEO 101 session.  Huge thanks to those who attended.  Now, we’re gearing up for the Crawling Basics session on December 11th at 12PM EST.

You can sign up for that here (link removed as event has past), and you’ll see the rest of the series there as well.  So share with your friends and get signed up yourself.  Every session is free.

For those who were not able to attend, or those wanting to watch again, you can watch video right here.

As a refresher, here’s the full list of content we’ll cover in our series:

SEO 101 - November 28 @ 12 Noon EST
In our SEO 101 webinar, we'll discuss the key areas you should focus on when optimizing your website for search. We will cover on-page (technical) aspects, on-page (non-technical) aspects and off-page factors which influence your results.

Crawling Basics - December 11 @ 12 Noon EST
In our Crawling Basics webinar we'll examine ways to ensure robots can see and crawl your content. We will also examine common reasons why your site may not be fully crawled.

WMT Overview - January 10 @ 12 Noon EST
In our Bing Webmaster Tools Overivew webinar we'll take a walk through the tools and understand the depth of data available, and see how to set up and use tools like the SEO Analyzer, Link Explorer and Crawl Controls.

Authority Building - January 24 @ 12 Noon EST
In our Authority Building webinar, we'll discuss why it is important to focus on Authority Building, how to build it and what benefits it brings to your business.

Search / Social Overlap - February 7 @ 12 Noon EST
In our Search and Social overlap webinar we'll examine how and why Social impacts search results. Discover why Social is a leading factor in Search and how to leverage it for your business.

Tomorrow's SEO - February 21 @ 12 Noon EST
In our Tomorrow's SEO webinar we'll review critical skills an SEO will need to work as the space evolves. We'll also examine how search itself is changing and what you need to know to align with those changes.

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