Google announced the Google Search Central Live conference. It appears to be on February 23, 2021 between 7:00 p.m. and 8:35 p.m. (EST). Google said the event was scheduled for the "time zone for parts of the Asia-Pacific region."
Therefore, the blog post accompanying this announcement on February 24th states that it will be the 24th in the Asia Pacific region. Don't worry if you sleep, "the content will be available on our YouTube channel afterwards," said Google.
There are three lectures for this event over a period of approximately an hour and a half:
- A fireplace chat with Cherry Prommawin, Danny Sullivan, Ashley Berman Hale and Martin Splitt
- A technical technical SEO case study with Kristina Azarenko and Martin Splitt
- A live session from Search Off The Record with Gary Illyes, John Mueller and Martin Splitt
The fireside chat is probably just a chat, but in the "Solving technical SEO problem", Kristina Azarenko and Martin Splitt will look at a case study of a website with a technical SEO problem. We will see how to approach the challenge, how to debug the problem, and how to solve it. "Search Off The Record LIVE" will be John Mueller, Gary Illyes and Martin Splitt of the Google Search Relations team, who will record an episode of Search Off The Record live where you can get your comments and questions if you want enough.
Google said you interact with the speakers in real time through chat.
You can register here – I don't think there is a limit and you can learn more about it in this blog post.
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