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On this episode of the UnPodcast, I go on a rant about morons who give unsolicited feedback based on what they don’t know, and then I balance it out with a feel good story.

Alison and I also talk about ethical issues related to a lack of disclosure on blogs, T.V. programs, social media and more.

Other topics include:

  • What I do when I’m really pissed off
  • The great thing about a podcast that’s an hour long
  • My promise to my podcast listeners
  • The introduction of Moron Mountain
  • When a good deed isn’t a good deed
  • How to get a personal phone call from Warren Buffett
  • How sponsorship taints reviews
  • What bloggers need to do before entering into a relationship with sponsors
  • Two rules that I have when someone wants me to review something
  • Fake reviews on Yelp
  • And so much more. . .
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    Ethics is what you do when nobody’s watching. [Tweet this]

    Items mentioned in this episode

  • Rework
  • QR Codes Kill Kittens
  • Dairy Queen clerk does a good deed
  • Cmp.ly
  • Man sued for posting fake reviews on Yelp
  • World Class Driving
  • Cook Source infringement controversy
  • The Book of Business Awesome/UnAwesome
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    Video provided by: AtomicSpark
    Audio recorded by: Wayne Cochrane Sound

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