Online Marketing Company fishbat Comments on Podcast Show by Social Media Examiner

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Following the unveiling of an online podcast show by Social Media Examiner – an online social media magazine – online marketing company fishbat comments on the resourcefulness of podcasting and how it could promote quality social media news and tips to businesses.

On September 13, 2012, online marketing company fishbat commends the social media podcast broadcasted by Social Media Examiner for providing valuable news to social media marketing listeners.

In their most recent podcast episode, Michael Stelzner of the Social Media Examiner interviewed Ric Dragon, the author of Social Marketology. Throughout the podcast, Stelzner and Dragon went into detail about how social relationships can develop through social media. According to Dragon in the podcast, “Sometimes people are looking for other people like themselves; what we call ‘group affinity’ forming. People like to find like-minded souls and in this age of social media, it’s much easier than it’s ever been before.” The podcast went on to discuss the importance of forming ties through tweets and other methods of social media that could eventually lead to reaching out to potential clients or business partners.

COO of fishbat Scott Darrohn applauded the efforts by Social Media Examiner to expand knowledge of the social media market through podcasts. “Podcasts are a great and beneficial way to bring news and industry information to people and businesses in the social media world,” says Darrohn. “While we are creating video press releases, we are also beginning a podcast titled Reel Time, where listeners can contribute their thoughts on the industry.”

Scott Darrohn and fishbat recently released a video press release discussing social media activism for anti-bullying. According to the fishbat video release, entitled fishbat Splash, Baltimore Ravens player Ray Rice gathered support for an anti-bullying campaign by using social media. “Social media was tremendously important in this instance of activism simply because the anti-bullying campaign rallied so many people around Ray Rice’s social media pages,” says Darrohn. “We want to bring this kind of information to listeners and viewers within the social media industry.”

fishbat, Inc. is a full service social media agency. Through social media management, search engine optimization (SEO), web design, and public relations, fishbat works as a marketing firm to spread full awareness about your brand and strengthen your corporate image.


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