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This Week in Location Based Marketing (Audio) | Mobile marketing | context marketing | smartphone marketing | SMS marketing |

By Rob Woodbridge

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Description

Join your hosts Rob Woodbridge from UNTETHER.tv and Asif Khan from TheLBMA.com as they discuss the most relevant stories in the location-based marketing and mobile industry.

Customer Reviews

Great job

These guys do a great job surveying the business of local social mobile. Really appreciate the Resource of the Week too. Can't believe they actually produce a whole show every week, sometimes faster than that, and sometimes even faster than I can stay on top of the podcast! Great work guys. Keep it up.

Untether

Super Show, incredibly rich content, great insights from field experts

Not as niche as you'd think

The title of the podcast sounds like its audience would be incredibly specific, but the hosts manage to maintain relevance for a wider variety of marketers. They're hyper-focused on bridging the gap between physical and digital realms of business, and they manage to churn out something really cool every week. The segmented format makes the ~1-hour format simpler to digest.

Deductions: -1 star for the audio drops. There's a bit of overproduction, especially on the front end of the cast. The drop-D guitar strums are as startling as they are unnecessary. In the big picture, though, it's a mildly terrifying moment in an otherwise enlightening production.

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