Twitter Talk Radio, hosted by Angie Swartz, is recorded live in the WSRadio studios in sunny San Diego! You can listen to the podcast by clicking on the links below and sign up for our RSS feed at the bottom of the page.
Each week on Twitter Talk Radio, we spend an hour broken up into four segments when we cover:
- Guests Offering Great Case Studies and Examples of How People and Businesses are Using Twitter and Social Media for Business
- Useful Tips for Listeners on Twitter for Business
- Twitter and Social Media Happenings in the News
Host Angie Swartz has a second interview with Denise Wakeman, a marketing advisor who has been online for fourteen years. She specializes in optimizing blog and web visibility for small businesses. Denise started blogging in 2004 and has completely changed her business by writing about the solutions her customers seek. Listen in to learn what to look for when hiring a social media consultant and how to spot a phony!
Host Angie Swartz welcomes back Denise Wakeman. Small-business owners should listen in for advice about the difference between free and professional blogging tools. Denise suggests that all business owners should blog. Tune in to hear how your blog can work for you 24/7.
Host Angie Swartz and guest Denise Wakeman discuss how websites are quickly merging into blog platforms. Denise mentions that there are up to 88 billion searches on Google daily so SEO is the key to making your company visible. She also talks about email campaigns and encourages listeners not to abandon this method of marketing in an era of emerging social network sites. Check out this segment to hear how email marketing can work for you.
Host Angie Swartz asks Denise Wakeman to give listeners advice on using multiple platforms for online marketing. Denise suggests linking your different sites by layering the content. This segment will teach you how to reach different groups of people on various sites without overwhelming them. Her final words: get more leverage out of your content by spreading the message across multiple platforms. For more information, click on the weblink below to hear Denise’s show from last August!
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