Intro: Welcome to the final episode of ‘The Hobson and Holtz Report’; a quick note about ‘For Immediate Release’ beginning on September 21;
Quick News: Hundreds of Wikipedia editors banned for secretly promoting brands, Barcelona Principles 2.0 unveiled, virtual reality update: Rebecca Minkoff VR headsets and VR’s role in B2B marketing, Spindle is a social app that encourages you to be selfish with your content; CustomScoop promo;
News That Fits: Is SEO really dead? How content marketing and SEO can work together; Dan York’s Tech Report: Skype Messaging, mobile-friendly web pages, celebrities promoting sponsored ads on Facebook, and more; listener comments from the FIR Podcast Community on Google+; the past week on the FIR Podcast Network; hotline launched to help CIPR members with ethical dilemmas; Igloo Software promo; Michael Netzley’s Asia Report: recommending economic and communication hot topics for the coming months;
Music by The Subways; and more, including farewell comments throughout the show from Kris Gallagher, Joe Thornley, Bernie Goldbach, Clarence Jones, Alex Yong, Kurt Kragh Sørensen, Rachel Miller, Dan York, Michael Netzley, and Adena Schutzberg.
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