SoLoMo Show Ep 29: Google Makes Ramadan Social and Are You Marketing on the “Junk Web”?

by · July 28, 20120 comments

The SoLoMo Show is a weekly podcast hosted by Adam Helweh and Cory OBrien. Each week they discuss topics, trends and tactics related to social, local and mobile marketing. Every weekend we will publish the latest episode, related show notes and links to all of the topics discussed on the show here on Social Media Explorer.


Adam and Cory discuss infographic trends, Google getting serious about Ramadan and why this hints at the future of Google’s social backbone, the junk web and companies that are actively trying to develop their image strategy, an interview with Riley Gibson of Napkin Labs, Chili’s Bag the Bag Lunch social promotion and why four-letter words aren’t always a bad thing, a review of the Analytiks app for iOS and how it helps you make sense of your Google Analytics data, the Celeb Boutique Twitter snafu and whether we’re too hard on social mis-steps, how many people use Twitter’s own apps, Pinterest blocking trackable links, and more.

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About Adam Helweh

Adam Helweh

Adam is CEO of Secret Sushi Creative Inc, a strategic design, digital and social media marketing agency. He specializes in the convergence of design and technology to provide businesses with more intelligent and interactive ways to connect with customers and grow. His clients have included Edelman, Broadcom, Stanford Federal Credit Union, the Thomas Keller Restaurant Group, Bunchball and others. He's also the co-host of the "SoLoMo Show", a weekly digital marketing podcast, and he has shared the stage with professionals from companies including Facebook, Virgin Airlines, Paypal, Dell and 24 Hour Fitness.

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