Facebook Phone and Local Search; Anonymous Hacks Twitter, Flickr in North Korea; Future of Digital Content Distribution
Facebook unveiled a new way to integrate its network on Android devices, Facebook Home, which represents a rethinking of how Facebook exists on Android phones. Plus, Facebook Nearby Is Now Facebook Local Search; Anonymous Hacks North Koreas Twitter and Flickr Pages; Also, Jim and Dave theorize on the future of digital content distribution thanks to the recent original programming offerings by Netflix.
Jim and Dave speak with Kristine Schachinger to discuss London Riots and Social Media
and the potential of Social Media, specifically BlackBerry IMs, Facebook and Twitter, plus the FTC Investigation into Google centers on Android blocking competitors services preferencial placements for Google Places, Shopping Results and financial data and how Motorola Threatens Android and partner Google.
Jim and Dave uncover new Information From Google coming out of SMX West 2011, plus Christian Wilson introduces us to asocialsearch, which lays a directory of companies which include Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Youtube, Meetup, Blogs and 4square pages.
Kristine Schachinger, CEO of SitesWithoutWalls.com, whom you remember was featured previously on the program sharing her personal experience with social media, Twitter and the Iranian Election Crisis of 2009. She is back to discuss the announcement of Twitter rolling out a new version of its web interface.
Jim and Dave interview Liana Evans of Serengeti Communications, and author of Social Media Marketing: Strategies for Engaging in Facebook, Twitter and Other Social Media. They are also joined by Local search expert Michael Mire, President of AdMire Marketing.
Jim and Dave discuss what was expected to be inevitable following the Yahoo-Bing deal, that Yahoo is making the Switch to Organic Search Results from Bing.
Plus, Lisa Barone gets a message from the Old Spice guy and the product is promoted via social media outlets YouTube and Twitter.
Jim and Dave discusses FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski announcing his full support behind the principles of Net Neutrality, plus tells us about how he got Twitter hacked.
Jim goes into rant mode over a blog post by Andy Beal on Marketing Pilgrim.com titled speculating Why the US Government Might Take Control of Twitter, plus news on Aaron Wall, Bing Cashback and more.
#iranelection and #gr88 US Twitter organizer Kristine Schachinger discusses how the social networking tool Twitter allowed people to report on events in Iran during the election protests and media blackout earlier this summer.
Under the user name @schachin, Kristine has acted as an organizer, promoter, programmer and catalyst for the Greenwave Revolution on Twitter. She and her team worked 20-hour days keeping information flowing from the streets of Iran.
Our interview covers the technical and emotional challenges of supporting the incredible peoplesâ€™ democratic uprising on the streets of Iran.
Jim and Dave discuss the potential break down of Twitter, the recent SES Toronto Show, upcoming Affiliate Convention Denver, and a recent article Dave wrote on Canadian companies moving to the US market, as well as an interview with Dr. Amanda Watlington and Jeff Quipp.