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My guest today was Loren Feldman, the Founder and President of 1938 Media, which helps companies develop a sound internet strategy and communicate their messages through videos.
Loren's entertaining and sometimes biting videos razzing on the tech industry, (often featuring a puppet or two) have become cult favorites.
In this podcast, Loren talks about:
How his former acting, stand-up comedy, and sock-selling career set the stage for his Web 2.0 success.
How to make a compelling video and what marketers can do to make their videos better.
The commercial videos that 1938 Media produces for their clients and what companies should and shouldn't be doing when it comes to video.
What he attributes his social media fame to and some words of wisdom regarding the use of social media in marketing efforts.
Where the sock puppet idea came from and why he gets a kick out of making fun of Web 2.0 culture.
What he finds frustrating about social media today.
The startup he'd create if Microsoft invested $10mm in him.
Why he digs Affiliate Marketers.
His worst habit, best quality, what he'd change if he was God, the things he'd bring with him if he was abducted by aliens and more…
Loren also talks about what he's going to be doing at Affiliate Summit East 2009 and how attendees can hook up with him and Michelle Feldman during the conference.
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