This week, we talk cover some internet business value creation tips. These are really the the real key to SEO — it’s all about creating enormous value and getting social.
Cliff Ravenscraft joins us to talk about giving it all away. As a special treat, Shane Eubanks is back to talk about his social media experiments.
Special thanks to the fake former president Bill Clinton for off the show.
Creating Value For SEO
This is a crazy show this week. I am in Taiwan, so I am podcasting on the road, in an airplane and from underneath a blanket. This week we round out our discussion of WordPress SEO tips by talking about creating enormous value.
Cliff Ravenscraft — The Podcast Answerman is on the show where he reveals the true secret to successful online business. I dig out some “lost tapes” from my previous interview with Cliff. You won’t want to miss this.
Not only that, Shane Eubanks is back adding to his genuine WordPress SEO tips with some thoughts on Social media.
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Episode 025 Transcript
Giving Things Away and Getting Social with Cliff Ravenscraft and Shane Eubanks
It’s Mark Mason and I’m back on the mic. Believe it or not, I am on the road again. Actually, I am podcasting with a blanket over my head. Yes, that’s right, I said a blanket over my head.
Once upon a time I remember Jason Van Orden telling me that in his flat in Argentina when he was doing the Internet Business Mastery Podcast from Argentina that he had an echo in his flat that was so bad that the only way he could get good podcast recordings without the echo was to podcast with a blanket over his head.
Of course it was really hot in Argentina and he had this blanket over his head and he’s sweating doing his podcast. I thought, “How ridiculous is that? What kind of knucklehead podcasts under a blanket?” Well, I’m in a hotel in Taiwan and I’ve got a similar problem with echo and now I’m the idiot podcasting under a blanket.
If you can imagine this I’m in the Sheraton Inn in Hsinchu, Taiwan and I’ve got this fancy down comforter on the bed and I’m under this like a kid who is staying up late with a flashlight reading the comic book that he’s not supposed to be reading in the middle of the night. I’ve got my Ederol recorder and earbuds in so I can hear the levels in my ear while I talk. It’s just funny.
That’s how serious I am about podcasting – I’m podcasting under a blanket.
I am in Taiwan and I’ve been running a couple of days behind on getting an episode out. I think I last talked to you about 10 days ago. I’ve been working hard trying to stay on this weekly schedule and I wanted to make sure that I got an episode out while I was in Taiwan.
The first thing I wanted to do was give you a little tip about internet marketing business that came to me while I was on the airplane. This next segment is a segment that I actually recorded yesterday somewhere over the Pacific Ocean. I’m sure that people have podcasted at 38,000 feet over the Pacific before. If not, I want to claim that I’m the first to have done that. In any case, here’s what I was thinking about when I was on the 12 hour plane ride between Dallas and Narita Airport.