Posted April 23, 2007 12:08 pm by with 10 comments

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I’ll be attempting another podcast tomorrow and would love to give you an opportunity to ask a question or suggest an area of discussion for the show.

I’m not promising that you’ll definitely get a mention, but if you’re interesting, funny, bizarre or challenging, it might just make it into the podcast!

Leave your questions, comments or suggestion below.


  • Hi Andy,

    I’d like to hear your thoughts on convergence issues among devices/mobile delivery methods?

    I recently did a Nokia Interview on this issue in regards to their new N800 device.

  • Mauricio

    Hi Andy,

    I’d like to hear your thoughts on Google’s strategy for office web applications. With the addition of marratech + powerpoint-like app they are now in full-scale to beat office.

  • Today is my birthday so I think you should give me a mention and send traffic to my site. Then maybe I can find a job.

  • @Jason – how about I just wish you Happy Birthday! 🙂

  • Lee

    I’d be curious to know what you think about the proliferation of regional search marketing conferences.

    Seems like a win win situation to me. Attendees get hands on, personal attention. Well known and talented SEOs actually get paid half decent to speak.

  • Is this going to be a live podcast? Probably not. You should set up an account on I’d tune in for that.

  • As a student and budding entrepreneur I find the marketing mix as it applies to the web to be quite intriguing. I’m interested in your thoughts on monetizing Google/Yahoo/Insert portal here APIs whether it be through simple PPC/Affiliate marketing or something much more robust.

  • @Talton – I’ve given that some thought, I may do a live cast sometime in the future.

    Thanks to all of you for the questions.

  • I would recommend TalkShoe for a live show. If you do decide to signup let me know so I can earn some referral money. They put ads in shows and pay you based on how many people listen. Plus they pay $5 a show extra for your first 10 shows.

  • I’d be interested to hear Andy on whether you think Google’s acquisition of doubleclick and presumably integration with adwords might see SEO/PPC consultants taking responsibility for banner advertising for firms. Do you see this happening