Podcast Radio Show

This week I was interviewed by radio personality, International Master Marketer and EzineArticles Expert Author, Dr. Tony Marino on his American PodCast Network.

Take a Listen

It was a brief interview (about 15 minutes or less) and fun to wait in the Green Room while I waited for my interview. He even left some Snickers and 3 Musketeers candy bars for me (what a nice staff he has :). We introduced his audience to some of the basics of article marketing.

Also of interest:
* (Tony’s firm, America Web Works’)

* PodCastRadioShow.com

* Our New PodCasting Sub-Category


Gary Gray writes:

You mentioned in the interview breaking up larger articles into more than 1 article. However, you also mentioned in your blog about a week back that author’s shouldn’t break up articles into more than one. Can you provide some clarification?


Comment provided April 24, 2005 at 11:29 AM



That’s right, I don’t recommend having multiple article PARTS, but rather I recommend making large articles into multiple separate parts.

Example: If you had a 2000 word article on Podcast marketing, I’d recommend making it into 4 separate articles that are 500 words each related to Podcast Marketing but without sharing the same TITLE.


Original Article is 2000 words and called:

“How To Do Podcast Marketing”

Here are 4 article title’s that could come from breaking that article into (4) separate 500 word chunks:

“PodCast Marketing – 7 Tips To Get You Started”
“Marketing Your PodCast Broadcast in Offline Venues”
“Using Your Ezine For PodCast Membership Building”
“PodCast Marketing Business Planning – 3 Strategies”

Make Sense?

Comment provided April 24, 2005 at 12:35 PM


Gary Gray writes:

Understood, thanks.

Comment provided April 24, 2005 at 12:40 PM


M. Anthony writes:

May I ask the reasons behind this?
Seems those serial movies of old had quite the following…
Cliff hangers no good nowadays?

Comment provided April 24, 2005 at 3:20 PM


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