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Elevate Your Speaking Skills to Get Your Message Across: Tamsen Webster

Today's guest is Tamsen Webster who's a brilliant keynote speaker and change strategist. She’s also an insightful “idea whisperer” who knows how to bring a talk or presentation to life. Her experience with the topic runs deep; she’s the executive director of the oldest (and one of the largest) locally organized TED talk events in the world. She’s particularly noteworthy for her simple yet powerful “red thread” framework, which she’ll explore in depth in this episode.

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Sharing SEO Insight, Tips, and Tricks: Marcus Tandler

Today's episode features Marcus Tandler who cofounded and runs the enterprise SEO software company OnPage.org, which has the goal of helping people create better websites that rank better in search engines. Marcus, a native of Munich, Germany, is a former super affiliate who was at one point in Commission Junction’s top 5 earners in all of Europe. also runs a super-exclusive conference (or think tank, to use his terms) called SEOktoberfest in Munich every year. In our chat, Marcus takes the time to share much many of his work experiences with us.

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Improving Your Online Search Visibility: Matt Cutts

Matt Cutts, head of the Web Spam team at Google, answers rapid-fire, need-to-know questions you have about getting better search visibility. Cutts gives a quick, genius tip of how syndicated content can be linked to original content to distribute PageRank. He also mentions how Flash doesn't entail SEO hell - if you extract text with the right tools, which he discloses.

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SEO’s Effect on a Massive Scale: Mike Moran

In this interview, Stephan Spencer, Founder and President of Netconcepts, sits down with Mike Moran, Distinguished Engineer for IBM Corp. Mike is an author and search marketing pioneer, who brought SEO to IBM and was able to use techniques to implement best practices on a massive scale.