Jon and Kevin host the final Inboxed Radio Show with a round table on affiliate marketing. Including the current state of the industry and where the market will go in the coming years. Say goodbye to Jon, Kevin and Bennet on this Farewell Episode of Inbox Radio.
The FTC is seeking ways to reinvent journalism, and thats a cause for concern. According to a May 24 draft proposal, the agency thinks government should be at the center of a media overhaul. Bennet Kelley from the Internet Law Center breaks down the good,bad and ugly of the plan.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal is suing former news anchor Ron Futrell and others for posting links to RJ stories on the Web. Ron tells us his take on the story and the legal insiders review on the constitutionality of the suit.
Michelle M. Wicmandy, Director Of Marketing at Southdeast Media, discusses her recent article in Website Magazine titled Climbing up the Ranks with optimized press releases.
Bennet Kelley from the Internet Law Center discusses topics that are looming large in our community including the FTCs proposal to bail out the newspaper industry by taxing ISP access, plus how did the tech candidates fare in the recent California primary.
Kevin talks about his 39 Mile walk to raise awareness for
Breast Cancer along with other Internet Marketing Industry Giants
Plus, Len Lazarick, editor and publisher of MarylandReporter.com. former State House bureau chief of the daily Baltimore Examiner comments on the FTCs decision about a $5 ISP tax to fund online journalism.
The Team From VAsianGroup stop by to talk about the
formal launch of their new TV portal and offer some tips to monetize
with their site.
Dan Rayburn answers the question if there are there video platforms on the market besides YouTube that marketers can use?
Peter Horan will be discussing Video Email Certification, he is a seasoned media and marketing executive with experience in both startups and multi-billion dollar public companies.
Bill Waggoner is back to talk about his new book Confessions of a Spam King, plus we discuss list hygiene and brand management with James Carner of Quickie Marketing. We also hear from Dennis Dayman, Chief Privacy Officer for Eloqua, as Jon and Kevin begin a regular segment of speaking with members of the Email Experience Council.
SEO expert Mike Rotkin checks in and tells us why video is important when starting an SEO campaign. B2B Magazine reporter Karen Bannan discusses her recent article about YouTube.com and how it can work in the B2B world.
Jon and Kevin speak with Mark Szelenyi of ON24, a San Francisco-based company that markets products and services based upon webcasting and virtual events technology.
Lars Johannsen of Website Magazine discuss his recent article entitled Is your Editorial Impact Effective?
What are the Five Trends driving mobile marketing and commerce? Micky Alam Khan of Mobile Marketer Daily explains. Also, author Doug Thorpe explains 12.5 Ways to get ahead on LinkedIn based on his new self titled book.
The Big Fabu talks with Kassim Mughal, who discusses his background in health care that helped him gain the experience he needed to develop and implement business plans, which is his primary role at Ryactive. Also checking in is Josh Hood who oversees company projects and guides the visionary ideas that move the company forward.
SiteTunersCEO Tim ash previews the upcoming Conversion Conference 2010 in San Jose, plus offers information on discount registration, and Benett talks about the Visa crackdown on post transaction offers, Amazon Tax and more!
Jon and Kevin talk about the great turn out on the xy7 Yacht Party and recap AdTech San Francisco 2010.
The Web Marketing Association is looking for their 2010 award-winning website find out how you rank? Bill Rice fills us in.
Jon also welcomes the V.P. of Sales for Lyris Jason Han and Dante Monteverde from Website Magazine.