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Jonathan Edward Goodman

by Jonathan Goodman on January 21, 2014

This is Jonathan Goodman. Welcome to another episode of The World of Internet Marketing. It’s great to have you with us. Today we are going to do a review of 2013 tech information. I recently had the opportunity to speak up in Kingston, New York at Dragon Search.  I attempted to audiotape it through my iPhone, but something went wrong. I’ve been successful at doing that in the past, but this time it didn’t work. But Dragon Search was nice enough to provide me the audio that they’d taped. It was in the back of the room and there is a little bit of coughing. I’m going to try to work on the audio level as we go along. But hopefully, the audio is good enough for you to hear and we’re going to follow along on the monitor. I’ll switch the monitor now so that you can see the PowerPoint presentation that I did. This is essentially a culmination of all of the presentations I did throughout the year at the conferences that I speak at.

We’re going to switch over now to that. This is the presentation I did at Dragon Search up in Kingston, New York. They are great. I had a great time there. It was a little bit of a trek. Its two and a half hours for me via car. But Kingston is very nice. We had lunch and the food there was delicious. Ric Dragon speaks at all the conferences. He’s a great person. He’s very, very smart. He writes a lot. He has a book out. So I had a really nice time there. My audio is going to drop in 2 seconds and we’ll switch over to the audio from the presentation.

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Outsourcing Secrets

by Jonathan Goodman on July 1, 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 “Outsourcing Secrets.”  First, let’s start with the news.

Social Media

After seeing Twitter’s enormous success in using hash tags to create conversation about television, Facebook has decided they want in on the action. They hope to use hash tags to collect data and information and use it to sell ads and spots for advertisers. Critics of the Facebook hash tag claim the website’s functionality and design make it hard to create a live stream of content the way Twitter can.

For the average viewer, being able to connect with a wide range of friends and like-minded individuals around a particular event or program is going to be the most important thing. With the same rule applying to advertisers, Twitter’s recent announcements would appear to put it ahead of the game in the world of social TV. Read the full article →

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