What’s hot, what’s not? SEO in 2018

What’s hot, what’s not? SEO in 2018

What’s hot, what’s not? SEO in 2018

Live Webinar: Thursday, November 30, at 1:00 PM ET (10:00 AM PT)

SEO is continuously changing, and what worked well last year may not work at all now. With new technologies and new rules constantly evolving,.It is critical to stay on top of the latest developments. In this webinar. We willl sit down with two of the industry’s top experts to examine what SEOs need to know about best practices for SEO in 2018.

Webinar speakers

Eric Enge is President and Founder of Stone Temple Consulting. Which was name “Best Large SEO Agency of the Year” at the US Search Awards in 2016. Eric was named “Search Marketer of the Year” by Search Engine Land and “Search Personality of the Year” by the US Search Awards also in 2016. He is co-author of the book “The Art of SEO” and is a frequent speaker at industry conferences.

Marshall Simmonds, Founder of Define Media Group, has worked in search since 1997. He was Chief Search Strategist for About.com from 1999-2011. And spent 2005-2010 overseeing search strategy initiatives for the New York Times Company. As an industry leader, he has consulted with some of the biggest brands online, including Condé Nast, Vimeo, Oprah.com, AARP, ToysRUs, NHL.com, Hewlett-Packard, CBS, National Geographic and many others.


In general, web conferencing is made possible by Internet technologies. Particularly on TCP/IP connections. Services may allow real-time point-to point communications as well as multicast communications from one sender to many receivers. It offers data streams of text-based messages, voice and video chat to be shared simultaneously, across geographically dispersed locations. Applications for web conferencing include meetings, training events, lectures, or presentations from a web-connected computer to other web-connected computers.

Web conferencing technologies are not standardized, which has reduced intermediatly and transparency and increased platform dependence. Security issues, cost and market segmentation. In 2003, the IETF established a working group to establish a standard for web conferencing, called “Centralized Conferencing (xcon)”.



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