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Niche Radio

School of Social Marketing

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This program is focused on the use of social media to produce, optimize and promote online content. Topics include websites and blogs, audio, video production & distribution. Guests talk about mobile marketing and their favorite social media platforms. The show is produced by Ken English, the MediaMojoGuy, author of BlogTalkRadioMadeEasy and the ABCs of MediaMojo and features the Nicheprof, aka Dr. Ron Capps, author of Social Media Dominos and other communications ebooks. Recurring topic is Dr. Capps' http://ResaleRights.club.

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Dr. Ron Capps.

The Nicheprof, aka Dr. Ron Capps, talks about social media applications with Ken English, the MediaMojoGuy.

The Nicheprof, aka Dr. Ron Capps, talks about social media applications with Ken English, the MediaMojoGuy.

The Nicheprof, aka Dr. Ron Capps, talks about social media applications with Ken English, the MediaMojoGuy. Today's show will include Google+ Turn-key Domains and the 66th Birthday Bonanza Bundle.

The Nicheprof, aka Dr. Ron Capps, talks about social media applications with Ken English, the MediaMojoGuy.

The Nicheprof, aka Dr. Ron Capps, talks about social media applications with Ken English, the MediaMojoGuy.

The Nicheprof, aka Dr. Ron Capps, talks about social media applications with Ken English, the MediaMojoGuy.

A Free Google Reader Salvation PDF is offered near the end of the show. The Nicheprof, aka Dr. Ron Capps, talks about social media applications with Ken English, the MediaMojoGuy.

Nicheprof offers a PDF to help Google Reader users transition to another service before losing all data at Noon PT on Monday, 15 July 2013.

Aa part of his 66th Birthday Bundle, Dr. Ron Capps, the Nicheprof, is including a new information product he produced to explain the transition from Google Reader to Feedly or Talkwalker.
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