The Daily SearchCast: SEW Blog’s Podcast Comes Tomorrow

As I’ve watched interest in podcasting grow, it seemed the right time for Search Engine Watch to try the new medium. And so we are! Starting tomorrow, we’re launching
The
Daily SearchCast
.

The Daily SearchCast is to be a 10 to 15 minute overview of the prior day’s search news. Want a fast recap of what happened in search to listen to while in the car, at the
gym, anywhere on the move or while working at your desk? We hope The Daily SearchCast will serve you well.

Our search podcast is being produced by the good folks at WebmasterRadio.FM, who along with great production value will be also
providing a guest host each day to egg us on with questions about the news, as appropriate.

As for the "us" doing the news, that’s Gary Price and me. We’ll be alternating as our schedules allow. This week, I’ll be doing it. Next week, Gary’s on tap as I head
out to California to meet with various search engines ahead of our SES San Jose show next month.

We’re both especially looking forward to doing something a little more fun than a droll reading of the past day’s news. We’ll try to give you our views and thoughts on
things in a lively manner that voice communication allows.

How to tune-in? If you take our main blog feed, we’ll alert you each day to when a new podcast with search
news is available.

We also now have a special podcast feed established just to inform you of the latest Daily
SearchCast.

Both feeds have enclosures enabled. And yes, you can take both
feeds, if you
like. It’s not an either/or thing.

The Daily SearchCast home page is another option for listening in. That’s where we’ll archive all the past
shows. Just click on an entry, then you’ll be able to find the show for the day listed with a short summary. The home page also has a good background article on listening to podcasts, if you need
some advice.

You can also listen by tuning into WebmasterRadio.FM. We’re now part of the growing
line-up
over there and are happy to be counted alongside the more established search-oriented shows such as "That’s A Wrap" and "SEO Rockstars." We go out live at 11:30am
Eastern and then repeat at 2pm Eastern.

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