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The Right choice
The Right choice

It’s not everyday that I find someone who can chat as much about International Online Marketing as I can.  But, since I’ve been working with a variety of global SEO consultants, I’ve actually found someone who can chat circles around me. You dear readers know him as Doc Sheldon, a regular writer on our blog… I and a few others in the industry know him as Doc.

As you may or may not know, I’ve been participating in a few Google Hangouts and I find them exhilarating, informative, and fun. So as I was going through my list of things to do, I discussed the idea of v-logging to Doc.  It was after that discussion that we decided to bring those fireside chats over to our blog. As a matter of fact, we’ve decided to call our chats Level Headed Marketing, and they’re going to be a regular thing.

The way I  see it, it will not only help you, the readers, but it will add another level to our relationship. You see we’ve decided to take on the video world and actually share some of our discussions with you. What we’re hoping to accomplish is an elevated relationship between you and our group of writers. Topics will include, but not be limited to, SEO, International audits, copywriting, branding, marketing and whatever else we feel might be of value to you – basically, the same topics we write about now. But rather than writing about them, we’ll be discussing them. AND, you’ll have an opportunity to contribute questions.

My hope is that some of you will join us for some Q & A’s. When I think of how many questions we get on a weekly basis, I realize that I really should have done this sooner.

So for now, take a load off, kick your feet up and please let us know your thoughts. If you have any questions you’d like to ask Doc or me, please tweet them to us with the #LHM2013 hashtag and we’ll be sure to include them in our next taping. One last thing – you can also follow us on Twitter, and join us on our Facebook page.


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    Jane Reply

    I agree with you that face-to-face chats make us more real,people on the talk can get trusted and noticed.The internet is already fictitious,The talk should be true!Even though I‘ve not tried the google+ Talk yet,because I don’t know what to talk about and who to talk with。

    June 5, 2013 at 12:14 am
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    Simon Reply

    Thank you for this fine article. It’s great to read your blog.

    June 8, 2013 at 5:02 pm
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    Carl Reply

    I am also using it with group of people in the same business niche that I’ve met online. With few of them we are planning to make a tradition and have weekly conversation. Unfortunately time difference with few of them is between 7-12 hours, however we are managing well to make it on time. The best is that people can join even after video chat have started.

    June 8, 2013 at 7:05 pm
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    David Reply

    It’s a good idea.
    Now I am doing hangouts with my project teammates. We are using the hangouts with Google Drive and his colaboration posibilities help us very much.
    It’s fantastic to see three people writing at the same time in a document, while they are talking!!

    June 19, 2013 at 3:08 am
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      Gabriella Sannino Reply

      Hehehe… I Like that idea! I’ve done a few hangouts with over 9 people while tweeting the conversation including # (hash-tags) not an easy task!

      June 23, 2013 at 9:41 am

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