Interview with Bill Seaver from MicroExplosion Media

14 02 2009


This is the second entry in what I hope to be a continued monthly feature where I get the opportunity to interview someone in the gaming/blogging culture. If you would like to check out any of the previous interviews they will all be archived here as will all the future interviews.  So check back often to ensure you don’t miss out on any of them.

However, this month I was lucky enough to speak with blogging coach and social media marketer Bill Seaver from MicroExplosion Media. During this chat we discussed, among other things, the many issues that arise when starting a blog and how to be more efficient. You can listen to the entire 42 minute exchange by either the embedded audio player below or by downloading the mp3. Enjoy!

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Again I would like to continue to make this a monthly contribution so if you liked this particular interview then drop us a comment below, or better yet a suggestion on who you would like to see us interview. In the meantime feel free to take a virtual tour and check out all of the other articles.

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2 responses

16 02 2009
Bill Seaver

Thanks for the chance to talk to you. I really enjoyed it!

17 02 2009
MicroExplosion Media » Blog Archive » Interview: Blogging Basics and Social Media Marketing

[…] weeks ago I had the chance to talk about blogging specifics and some general social media concepts with a new video game blog, Beyond the D Pad. Here’s the […]

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