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Rush Hour – Neil Patel and Cameron Olthuis on WebmasterRadio

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My good buddies Neil Patel and Cameron Olthuis must be working overtime these days. They’ve just recently become “evangelists” for Text Link Ads, and are also doing a new show called “Rush Hour” on webmasterradio.fm – tune in for the first show which will be held weekly Wednesdays at 4:00 pm. I’m honored to say that I’ll also be their first guest on the show, if there’s anything social media related that you’d like to hear covered, feel free to post it here, and we’ll see about putting it on. My only worry for them is that they cover too much of the REALLY good stuff that is working well these days. These guys are sharp, and it should be a great show to listen to for all you webheads out there. Be sure to tune in!

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  • Keyword Research Best Practices

    I’ll be listening to it Todd. It would be good to hear you talking about tendencies on Social Media.

  • http://www.scoreboard-media.com Brian Provost

    Congrats to all three of you. There ain’t many better at the social media stuff than you three. I always miss the live shows but I’ll definitely put it on the list of stuff to listen to on the plane.

  • http://www.semconsultancy.com/blog/ Joe Williams

    Hi Todd,

    I have a quick question:

    There is a lot discussed about Digg, Delicious, Netscape, StumbleUpon, Reddit etc and I think they are all great – but is there currently any movement towards more niche/specialised social networking sites e.g. parenting/family sites?

    I look forward to the radio session.

    Joe

  • Jim Keough

    I’ll be listening in too. I’m a bit new to social marketing, so I don’t have any digg, delicious, etc profiles with substantial history. How can I use these sites to submit my stories without being called out as a spammer? Or maybe I’m wrong thinking that you need a “trusted” profile? Maybe I just need to be digging diggable stories?

    thanks for any help, looking forward to the show.
    Jim

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