Listeners can tune in every Friday from three o’clock to four o’clock in the afternoon, Australian Eastern Standard Time for the live streaming of the show. Live streaming will also be available soon through www.socialmediapulse.com.
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Geelong, Victoria (PRWEB) December 27, 2012
Finally, a comprehensive radio show that focuses on the concerns and issues the online marketing community is interested in is now on air! This new radio show called Social Media Pulse has recently announced its regular schedule on Geelong’s Premier Community Radio Station, 94.7. Listeners can tune in every Friday from three o’clock to four o’clock in the afternoon, Australian Eastern Standard Time for the live streaming of the show. Live streaming will also be available soon through the show’s own website, http://www.socialmediapulse.com and iTunes podcast.
This new radio show, which is just on its third airing week on 94.7 The Pulse, is hosted by two of the most well-respected social media and online marketing figures out of Geelong: social media expert Craig McCarthy and popular Web tactician Cheyanne Ainsworth. The two are known as Craig and Chey on radio and they talk about everything there is to know and to be excited about when it comes to social media technology and online marketing. They conduct regular interviews with other social media experts from Melbourne and around the world to provide a well-rounded take on a variety of topics surrounding online marketing. The show is very informative and is expected to attract more listeners interested in the ever-evolving dynamics of social network marketing and the continuous development of digital technology that strives to elevate the efficacy of the wide array of online marketing strategies, such as using Pinterest for business and tapping certain apps for iPhone or other portable Internet-connected devices.
In a recent interview with Craig McCarthy, he enthusiastically shared the highly relevant topics the first two shows focused on, “We covered the top social media news of the week, how to get started with Facebook advertising, what happens when you get over 400 likes and where the Social Media Pulse show came from.” These are topics everybody in the online marketing industry is eager to learn more about.
Those who unfortunately missed the earlier two shows or cannot tune in to the regular Friday schedule of Social Media Pulse need not be left out of the loop since they can access the shows they missed through http://www.socialmediapulse.com, which is scheduled to become fully operational very soon. McCarthy also shared that a full transcription of each show will be provided to people who sign up to the site.
For more information and updates about the show, check out Social Media Pulse on Facebook.