The 12 Internet Marketing Tools of Christmas – Internet Marketing Podcast Episode #56

In Internet Marketing Podcast, The Digital Marketing Blog by Kelvin9 Comments

In our latest episode we run down our twelve favourite Internet Marketing Tools of 2009 plus and Interview with screencasting expert Ian Ozsvald

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Show Notes After the Jump

The 12 Internet Marketing Tools of Christmas

Google’s custom search engine –

Majestic SEO –

Google insights for search – look for seasonal peaks –

Yahoo Pipes – a visual flowchart for filtering RSS feeds –

Feed My Inbox – RSS to email utility –

SEO Book Firefox toolbar –

Twitter Feed – RSS to Twitter converter –

Knowem – searches social media sites for your brand –

Omgili – search forums –

Spyfu – find out where your competition are getting traffic and how much they are paying for pay per click –

The Gimp – the open source image manipulation package –

Mail Chimp – first 500 people on list free –

A Screencasting update – an interview with Ian Ozsvald

Ian’s blog post about this interview

Jing – free screencapture software –

BB flashback for Windows –

Camtasia for Windows –

Screenflow 2 for Mac –

Record My Desktop – free tool for Linux –

Andy’s microphone videos – SE 2200T Valve Mic , Samson C01U mic , Shure SM58 mic

Ian’s book – The Screencasting Handbook –

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  1. Thanks for the great podcast! I have been in the business for some time now, and you named things I hadn’t heard of yet.

    Thanks for the great tools.

  2. Thanks guys,

    It really is a great podcast. I listen to quite a few internet/online marketing podcasts and IMPC is by far the best. Majority of the other (mostly American ones) contain too much small talk and are not as “hands on” as yours.

    Only less positive feedback is your jingle and background noise/chatter (in a few podcasts).

    While I’m writing I can strongly recommend you guys, and other listeners, to listen to This Week in Start Ups ( that perfectly complements your podcast, especially for small start up businesses.

    Thanks again 🙂

  3. Author

    thanks for the feedback Asa, especially the less positive stuff, it’s only with people like that we can solve problems!

    The background noise I’m on the case with and going to record away from my desk. Cause I’m the main culprit…

    About the jingle is there something in particular you don’t like?

  4. Hi Kelvin,

    Thanks for comment. As for the jingle, there is nothing inherently wrong with it. Just makes me cringe as it reminds me of jingles for customer service / sales instructional videos from the 80’s. similar to the one from “The Office” season 1 ep 4 :).

    Keep up the good work!

  5. Hi guys,
    Great Ep. Probably one of the most useful ones to date.
    I have a follow up question about google custom search. Kelvin mentioned a great idea for indexing 500 of the best SEO blogs that he got from ‘search engine land’. I had a quick look but I couldn’t find it, any chance of a link?
    Keep up the great work,


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