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Social Faux Pas

by Jonathan Goodman on June 25, 2013

This is Jonathan Goodman. Welcome to another episode of The World of Internet Marketing. It’s great to have you with us. Today’s episode is “Social Faux Pas.” An interesting thing happened at a recent Meet Up I attended and I want to talk about it on the show. It’s a little bit of a rant, as usual, but we’re going to move my Rant of the Week to the full main event. First, though, let’s get back to our segments.

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This week Facebook revealed a new way to share 15 seconds of video on Instagram. The users on Instagram for iPhone or Android can now shoot and share 15 seconds worth of video with a few editing filters. There are 13 filters available only to the video version, and you can edit out certain clips that you don’t want. There was a quote during the announcement: Read the full article →

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Dirty Little Secrets

by Jonathan Goodman on June 13, 2013

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This is Jonathan Goodman, Welcome to another episode of The World of Internet Marketing. It’s great to have you with us. Today’s topic is “Dirty Little Secrets: The Complacency of the American Individual.” This is going to veer a little bit off-track from what I normally talk about. We’re still going to have our great segments, but I am extremely frustrated with both the news of what’s going on with Verizon and Google and the FBI’s requests for data, mixed in with the news media’s inability to fully educate us on the circumstances, as well as the American individual’s inability to rally the cry against what is becoming a tyrannically led society.

Let me state from the start that I am not a politically active or motivated individual. I partake in voting and that is pretty much the extent of my politics. I don’t feel that things are getting done in Congress. I don’t like what is happening with this data being provided to the NSA and to the FBI. I’m extremely concerned about the slippery path we are on all in the name of protection against terrorism. Although I am deeply concerned, but I am to blame just as everyone is in that I am not marching the streets. I did not partake in any of the Occupy Wall Street movement. I didn’t go down there. I don’t march. I’m extremely passive. But for me, I feel we’ve crossed a critical line in our society, and I’ll get into that more. I’m riled up about this issue, so it’s definitely on the forefront of my thinking, but of course I want to go through all the segments we have on this podcast and then do justice to this topic. Read the full article →

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