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SEW Weekly Brings SearchEngineWatch News and Views Into New WebmasterRadio.FM Program(November 01, 2012)
Fort Lauderdale, Florida (PRWEB) November 01, 2012
SearchEngineWatch.com (SEW), in conjunction with the worlds largest internet marketing and b2b radio podcast network WebmasterRadio.FM, will begin producing a live weekly radio program named SEW Weekly, hosted by the writers of the search and social marketing publication, beginning Thursday November 1st at 1pm Eastern and 10am Pacific.
SEW Weekly is hosted by SEW writers Thom Craver and Miranda Miller. This live 30-minute radio program will feature news and interviews with the stories and people impacting search and social marketing.
We have always been privileged to have great relationships with writers and contributors of the top premier digital news publications in the world to keep our listeners informed of the latest news in search and social marketing, said WebmasterRadio.FM Director of Programming and Production Jorge Hermida. But, when the opportunity arose to work with SEW, we were thrilled at the opportunity to create a united front to deliver their content in a convenient format to all of our loyal users.
The premiere episode with feature scheduled guests, AOL's Director of SEO Simon Heseltine and Covario's Senior SEO Strategist Dave Rohrer.. Both are speaking on the Successful In-House SEO panel at SES Conference and Expo 2012 (being held November 12-16 in Chicago) and will share their experience building successful in-house SEO strategy with listeners.
New episodes of SEW Weekly air Thursdays at 1PM Eastern / 10AM Pacific on WebmasterRadio.FM or on demand in the WebmasterRadio.FM archives inside the Internet Marketing Channel or through iTunes, Zune Marketplace, Stitcher Radio and other popular podcast outlets.
Listeners are able to interact with their questions and comments to the host and guests for each interview, as well as all live WebmasterRadio.FM programming, by:
Following us on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/webmasterradio
Becoming a member of the WebmasterRadio.FM Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/webmasterradio
Becoming a follower of the WebmasterRadio.FM LinkedIn page at http://www.linkedin.com/company/webmasterradio-fm
Log in to our live 24-hour real-time chatroom monitored by our show hosts at http://www.webmasterradio.fm/chat.html
WebmasterRadio.FM lifts the "veiled curtain" of the Internet, bringing the business community together through an interactive radio network. Its listeners are a global group, comprised of everyone from corporate executives and decision makers to small and mid-sized businesses and individual entrepreneurs. WebmasterRadio.FM's stellar line-up of radio programming includes; Market Edge with Digital Influence Group CEO Glenn Engler , Purse Strings with Carmichael Lynch Spong senior principal Maria Reitan and the CyberLaw and Business Report with Internet Law Center Founder Bennet Kelley. To tune into WebmasterRadio.FM's live content or check out the show lineup, please visit http://www.WebmasterRadio.FM.
About Search Engine Watch
Search Engine Watch provides tips and information about searching the web, analysis of the search engine industry and help to site owners trying to improve their ability to be found in search engines. For more information, go to http://www.searchenginewatch.com
Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2012/11/prweb10080829.htm.
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