CustomScoop's "Media Bullseye Roundtable" joining the FIR Podcast Network, is the future of the workforce part-time as Google believes?, the rise of the professional social network, negative content and opinion costs your business money, language challenges in communication, robots writing press releases, e-voting ends in Norway, Morgan Stanley brokers can tweet, Getty offers royalty-free music, Dan York's tech report, and more
Intro: ‘Mobile Mind Shift’ book review actually coming this week;
Quick News: How to look at your website the way Google does, GE expands online content presence with policy hub designed to promote discourse, how to setup Twitter Cards for a WordPress blog, Google drops profile photos and circle count from authorship in search results, Technorati drops blog rank tool; Ragan promo;
News That Fits: The truth about Facebook’s organic reach; Michael Netzley’s Asia Report: how QR code functionality is helping to boost the economic fortunes of a Japanese village, and more; PR pitching from PR Hacker: spamming on an industrial scale?; the Media Monitoring Minute with CustomScoop; listener comments in audio and from the FIR Podcast Community on Google+; can attention replace the pageview?; Dan York’s Tech Report recorded in Windsor, England; Igloo Software promo; the past week on the FIR Podcast Network; drawing the legal line on the right to resell ebooks; diary reminder: Neville speaking on July 7 at House of Commons debate on the ethics of wearable technology;
Music from Assembly of Dust; and more.
Intro: Mobile Mind Shift FIR Book Review coming;
Quick News: FDA social media rules, LinkedIn notifications blitz annoys users, Wikipedia strengthens rules, London debate on wearable technology and ethics, Ragan promo;
News That Fits: Wikipedia, PR and Edelman best practice; should podcasters read sponsor spots?; the Media Monitoring Minute with CustomScoop; Dan York's Tech Report; listener comments; caveats on paid promotions in Facebook; Igloo Software promo; the past week on the FIR Podcast Network; iBeacon, Nearby and proximity-aware communication; music from Eli Uno; and more.
Hobson is based in Wokingham, Berkshire, England, while Holtz is located in Concord, California, in the United States.
Their podcast is updated every Monday.
In addition to the weekly Hobson and Holtz Report, FIR features interviews, book reviews, recordings of speeches and panel discussions, and more.