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Last week was another one that included exceptional guests, great conversation, some fun and some good reading.
Today, it’s an overview, look back, wrap-up, whatever you want to call it on the best of last week’s podcasts.
Our guests were:
Deana Goldasich – ‘Why the “Mad Dash” to Content is Coming to an End’
Aaron Ordenforff – ‘The 5-Point Survival Guide to Blogging as a Business’
Quinn Whissen – ‘The 1% Rule of Content Marketing’
Don’t forget to head over to our web site for each podcast and links to our featured articles and associated content.
It’s ‘The Week That Was’ in this episode of your ‘A Slice A Day’.
Deana Goldasich – Why the “Mad Dash” to Content is Coming to an End
Podcast Link: http://edwardscom.net/?p=2767
Deana’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/goldasich
Web Site: http://www.wellplannedweb.com/
Aaron Ordenforff – The 5-Point Survival Guide to Blogging as a Business
Podcast Link: http://edwardscom.net/?p=2797
Aaron’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/iconiContent
Web Site: http://iconicontent.com/
Quinn Whissen – The 1% Rule of Content Marketing
Podcast Link: http://edwardscom.net/?p=2803
Quinn’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/QuinnCW
Web Site: http://www.verticalmeasures.com/
Quinn’s Web Site: http://www.thiscouldbephx.com/
Article Link: http://marketingland.com/1-rule-content-marketing-126502
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