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SEO Dojo Radio Episode 4 with Barry Adamas on Google News

The Great Link Building Debate!

Hello and welcome to another edition of SEO Dojo Radio. We're still having fun with it and we're thrilled you decided to drop by and have a listen. This week the regulars bug into;

Is link building SEO? - we discuss the age-old debate of where link building fits into the marketing mix. Is it part of SEO? Or is it a separate discipline? The regulars dig in to it as well as getting Barry into the act in second part of the show today. Always a controversial discussion.

Search and Social – we're also talking about how search and social work together. Many say the lines are blurring. Are they? Or do they each have distinct purposes and approaches? We'll hash it out! And for fun we had a laugh about a blogger that said if you don't have a Twitter account, Google will devalue your site... WTF???

Google Patent Trail – we're also going to look at the recent post on the Trail which looked for any correlations between the last 2.5 years of patents and the direction Google is headed. It could be an entire show on it's own... we'll do what we can.

Talking Google News

In the second part of the show today we're having Barry Adams from the Great Websites blog and works at . He works at Visual Script in Belfast and deals with some major newspapers. As such we'll be asking him about his (extensive) knowledge of Google News. Barry recently hosted an SEO Dojo chat session (held each Friday) on the topic and knocked it out of the park. So, we couldn't resist having him on to expand on it all.

Barry Adams

Once more, thanks for dropping in and we hope you get a kick out of this week's offering - Oh and a HUGE thanks to Dojo warrior Rebekah May whom created our very own theme music - how cool is that?

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Barry's Post on Google News;


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