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#182: Fourth Place Is Killing Us

By Scott Stratten

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In today’s episode, we fight through the fourth-episode fog and bring you lots of stories about stuff and things: a couple searches for a wedding photographer instead of a divorce lawyer; Walker’s Crisps has one of the most triumphant worst ad campaigns ever; a trampoline company works overtime to make their product better create fake reviews; Apple is finally delivering real podcast analytics; John Deere reminds us that paying for something doesn’t mean you own it. All this an not one, not two, but THREE made-up words!

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Other topics include:

  • [00:00:00.00]Emma Sponsorship Mention
  • [00:00:32.20]Fourth Place Is Killing Us
  • [00:01:33.09]Emma Sponsorship Mention
  • [00:01:48.23]How Is Your Life?
  • [00:02:32.11]Wedding Photographer Refund
  • [00:06:22.09]A Criminal Campaign
  • [00:10:15.04]Jumping To Fake Reviews
  • [00:12:44.13]Emma Sponsorship Mention
  • [00:13:11.21]Apple Analytics… FINALLY
  • [00:18:23.03]Yeah, you bought it, but you don’t OWN it
  • [00:21:35.14]Made-Up Word: Xennial
  • [00:24:11.18]Made-Up Word: Swelfie
  • [00:25:42.03]Made-Up OOOPS
  • [00:25:57.18]Made-Up Word: Guidership

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Mentioned In This Episode

  • How About No
  • A Snack Brand Put Notorious Criminals in Its Videos in Spectacular Twitter Fail
  • Another Social Media Marketing Campaign Just Went Horribly Wrong
  • Feds Say Trampoline Company Used Phony Reviews From Bogus Trampoline Experts
  • Apple Is Going to Let Podcast Creators—and Advertisers—See What Listeners Actually Like
  • We Can’t Let John Deere Destroy the Very Idea of Ownership