WonderWheel, Duplicate Content and Duplicate Content

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00:45 Sign up for the newsletter to get the OPML File, Matt Cutts at Wordcamp

03:42 $100 offer to Seth Godin, critics and creating spectacle

07:50 Google’s WonderWheel as a keyword tool

Wonder Wheel

11:41 Ann asks about duplicate content, Bobby does too.

15:38 Matt Haines Photography scoring with local URLs – He can’t stand to listen to other casts. Anna Farmery from Podcast Sisters rates us #1, Craig scoring for Assisted Living in his hometown.

16:40 Dave asks about the show sound, we geek out with show about the show. Matthew Ebel resource on podcasting.

21:08 Remind everyone that it’s ok to share, link and pass along your content

22:50 Last week Question of The Week:Send us your networking tips!

23:40 Question of the Week: Send us what’s worked for you.

24:20 The Economist is having a contest for New Media to find the most exciting, game changing media innovations that will change the way marketers think about reaching consumers.  Twelve finalists will be invited to present their innovation during the Media Convergence forum, taking place in New York City, October 20th-21st, 2009. Entries must be in YouTube video format.  Complete details and rules are available here or email mediaconvergencedemos@economist.com

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9 thoughts on “WonderWheel, Duplicate Content and Duplicate Content”

  1. Hi Crhis and John,

    I have been listening to your show on and off for about a year. I usually pick up something new from show every time I listen to it. Not being terribly adept with mp3's (because I am the last hold-out on the planet to buy an ipod), sometimes I go a few weeks without listening.

    I think the most valuable thing I get from your show is sort of an orthogonal view of internet marketing. I often traipse off into directions exploring new tools and techniques, and it is interesting to hear what you two have to say about the same thing.

    So often it is a good way to get an exterior opinion about what I am doing and thinking. For example, I had been introduced to Wonder Wheel on the Google adword keyword tool earlier this summer. I had been using it just as you described, so I felt at least confirmed on an approach to using it correctly.

    Incidently, regarding WW, it is not semantically related terms that are derived, so am wondering if this is the test ground for LSI.

    Nice work guys,

    Frank Dobner

  2. Hi Crhis and John,

    I have been listening to your show on and off for about a year. I usually pick up something new from show every time I listen to it. Not being terribly adept with mp3’s (because I am the last hold-out on the planet to buy an ipod), sometimes I go a few weeks without listening.

    I think the most valuable thing I get from your show is sort of an orthogonal view of internet marketing. I often traipse off into directions exploring new tools and techniques, and it is interesting to hear what you two have to say about the same thing.

    So often it is a good way to get an exterior opinion about what I am doing and thinking. For example, I had been introduced to Wonder Wheel on the Google adword keyword tool earlier this summer. I had been using it just as you described, so I felt at least confirmed on an approach to using it correctly.

    Incidently, regarding WW, it is not semantically related terms that are derived, so am wondering if this is the test ground for LSI.

    Nice work guys,

    Frank Dobner

    1. Thanks Frank, yes it’s still like the wild west out here, it’s good to see what your neighbor is doing.

      Go ipod when you have the chance, podcast subscription is a wonderful thing.

  3. Thanks Frank, yes it's still like the wild west out here, it's good to see what your neighbor is doing.

    Go ipod when you have the chance, podcast subscription is a wonderful thing.

  4. I’m famous! 15:38 is all me, baby! Woo hoo! I made a podcast!!

    🙂 Thanks for the shout out, I appreciate it. I didn’t swerve completely off the road when I heard it. Just a little swerve.

  5. Re: learning how to podcast and improving your podcasting skills, I highly recommend The Podcast Answer Man podcast by Cliff Ravenscraft. And, if you happen to need a podcast consultant, I give Cliff a huge thumbs up. He helped me a lot in getting my podcast up and running.

    http://podcastanswerman.com/

    If you're curious, my podcast is the Reading & Writing podcast. I interview writers-authors. Recent interviewees have included Lee Child, Jason Starr, Joe Lansdale, Kevin J. Anderson, and many others – http://readingandwritingpodcast.com/

  6. Re: learning how to podcast and improving your podcasting skills, I highly recommend The Podcast Answer Man podcast by Cliff Ravenscraft. And, if you happen to need a podcast consultant, I give Cliff a huge thumbs up. He helped me a lot in getting my podcast up and running.

    http://podcastanswerman.com/

    If you’re curious, my podcast is the Reading & Writing podcast. I interview writers-authors. Recent interviewees have included Lee Child, Jason Starr, Joe Lansdale, Kevin J. Anderson, and many others – http://readingandwritingpodcast.com/

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