There is nothing new under the sun. What was old, is new again. It’s all been said and done before …
Those adages are true in your university philosophy class, and just as true when it comes to your media strategy.
If you’re working too hard trying to keep up with every new tactic and technology and social network that bubbles up online … and wondering what the essential asset is in building an audience, then this episode of New Rainmaker is for you.
Listen in over at iTunes right now. In this 16-minute episode you’ll discover:
- Why producing “social objects” is critical
- How social media changed the concept of audience forever
- A simple fundamental definition of modern SEO
- Why Google is like a mean high school girl
- How Google plans to reward personal media brands
- The 7 initial steps to building a digital media platform
- What to focus on first, so traffic is never a concern
Listen to New Rainmaker Episode No. 7 right here.
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Reader Comments (8)
Ty Cahill says
It would be great if there was another way to listen to this, besides the very proprietary iTunes offering. Company policy prohibits installing iTunes and past installations of iTunes on my home computer has created a host of problems.
I was finally able to get QuickTime installed so I could listen from the iTunes web page, but there is no pause button. Every time I’m interrupted, I’m forced to start listening from the beginning (3 times so far).
Jerod Morris says
Ty, if you join the New Rainmaker email list, you’ll receive links to the podcast posts on NewRainmaker.com. It includes links to download the actual mp3 file for each episode. You can register here: http://newrainmaker.com/
Joseph Ratliff says
Or, just put the link to the MP3 right here at Copyblogger, since it is Brian in both places 😉
Convenience is a wonderful thing.
The Fitjerk says
Agreed, this iTunes garbage is a pain in the A$$
Isaiah Joe says
Yes Jerod Morris, i fully understand Ty Cahill, so far, i have not yet seen any pause button, but whenever am interrupted or went to pick up the phone, i either need to skip that part or restart it entirely from the beginning, which is really driving me crazy.
Thanks for the advice though, going to subscribe soon, and i hope i get to download it.
Edward Chung says
Thanks for the insightful podcast. I have just created my website and your podcast is much useful for me to plan to steps to promote it.
Great episode! Informative as always.
lisa thomson-The Great Escape... says
Great tips and helps in understanding this massive google machine. Thanks!
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