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SMS Text News Podcast – 30,000 listeners – guests wanted!

We’re doing our best to try and work out exactly how many folk are listening. It’s a bind, a total bind. There are oodles of stats and clicks and download notification engines to look at.

In the end you have you stick up your hands and say,… ‘Er, I reckon this is probably about right.’

So thank you everyone who’s been following our trials and tribulations with the podcast over the last 12 weeks. We record the 13th one tomorrow. In some cases we’ve done over a hour of nattering. I think the right length is about 30 minutes and the chaps have been working hard to keep it to that.

The next step is to introduce some guests. If you’ve got an opinion about mobile, then we’d like to hear from you.

Ideally we’d like to get you into the studio (the office in London). So if you’re available on Fridays (and sometimes Saturdays) and you can get to London, drop me a note and we’ll try and schedule things.

I’m mulling the idea of a Skype conference call too, to help connect people who can’t easily get to London. We’ll work it out.

By Ewan

Ewan is Founder and Editor of Mobile Industry Review. He writes about a wide variety of industry issues and is usually active on Twitter most days. You can read more about him or reach him with these details.

5 replies on “SMS Text News Podcast – 30,000 listeners – guests wanted!”

You know you want me… 😉

Seriously, I may get to London at some point this summer, but no details yet. Otherwise, if you get the Skype thing working I'd love to take part.

You know you want me… 😉

Seriously, I may get to London at some point this summer, but no details yet. Otherwise, if you get the Skype thing working I'd love to take part.

You know you want me… 😉

Seriously, I may get to London at some point this summer, but no details yet. Otherwise, if you get the Skype thing working I'd love to take part.

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