This Thursday on the ShoeMoney radio show will be my friend Seth Godin.

Seth has written many best selling marketing books and is widely regarded as the world’s best marketer.

I am taking questions you would like me to ask Seth.

Fire away 😉

By Jeremy Schoemaker

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59 thoughts on “Seth Godin On The ShoeMoney Show”
  1. Can you ask Seth what he would like do if he wasn’t in marketing, and what did he want to be when he was a kid?

  2. What was the first thing that caught him up to marketing, whats that first motivation?

  3. Who had the look first…. Steve Jobs or Seth Godin?

    On a serious note… What percentage of a product’s success is attributed to branding?

  4. What has been your biggest challenge thus far? and also, what was your biggest fail and how did change the way you tackled future projects?

  5. Can face-to-face marketing ideas really be used for guys like me sat at home developing sites>

    I see you release more book media rather than electronic media – how come?

    What’s the one question you wouldn’t want to be asked?

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  7. What would be the best way to instill or educate students in high school into creative entrepreneurship?

  8. What resources or tips can u offer to first time entrepreneurs who dont have much experience behind them? (because im 17 and dont have much job experience so it would be really helpful)

  9. Doesn’t the wide Mr Godin look like a cross between Ed Koch and Frank Purdue the chickenman in their younger days?

  10. What are the three most influential books (in the sense of influencing his life/work style) he read?

    How often does he read other books/blogs, how does he keep track of ideas he gets while reading them and when is he working on this ideas (if theres a certain procedure)?

    Coffee or tea? 🙂

  11. Multi-part Twitter question:

    Do you plan on starting to use Twitter anytime soon? When/if you start using it, how would you go about it (from a marketer’s standpoint)? You said on your site a while back that you won’t start using it until you can “do it well” (or something like that). How do you envision doing it well? Are you referring to pure frequency (time management issue) or unique and new content?

  12. help me to ask him, how to attract more people knowing you through on line sufficient?

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  14. Please of him explain the difference between a benefit and a feature? I heard some marketing guru talk about this and it was totally confusing please ask Seth to simply.

  15. That’s awesome! He is one smart guy… Good Luck with it!

    One question I would have for him…

    What are some Key things that you need to master in order to have a highly successful website like squidoo?

    Thanks shoemoney!

    Dbk

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  17. I wanted to ask him, How did he think of starting squido? And why did he think of lenses?

  18. Ask him what he’d do if he had to start from scratch again, with the knowledge he has now.

    And what he thinks the most promising development on the internet is at this moment.

    And kudos to you for getting an interview with him Jeremy!

  19. That photograph makes me uncomfortable. I can’t explain it. It feels very confronting.

  20. Is he starving himself to death? I would be glad to send him food if he needs some….

  21. Can you ask him how he comes up with new ideas, how he does research for new blog posts?

  22. “widely regarded as the worlds best marketer.”

    oh come on.

    How about this for a question:

    “Why would anyone actually want a purple cow? What are the added benefits to the consumer? What is the sustainable competitive advantage to having a cow that is purple?”

    1. Seems to me that you have seen his latest videos published in TED,

  23. Congratiolations for the good guest really. He is really too slim, but still have a lot of fans all around the world.

  24. For Seth:

    If you had one lesson,your learnt, that you think could value someone starting a business online, what would it be?

    1. What a funny looking man
      Genius…but still funny looking
      I love that he has turned his looks into a marketing brand

      For Seth:
      What is the quickest way to earn a full time income online.

      1. I do not know why people want to earn quick money when they are mature enough to understand that short cut is always land you in trouble.

  25. I’m a huge Seth Godin fan – I listen to a lot of his books on my evening jogs. Tell him thanks for the interesting books because I sometimes run an extra mile just to hear the rest of a topic!

    Anyway-here’s the question:

    You talk a great deal about the success of other companies and people but very little about your own success. What is one thing that you believe has contributed greatly to your own success?

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  27. Ask Seth … who is best marketing expert according to him and why …

    1. Yes he is

      http://twitter.com/sethgodin

      But I think he is not active at there and twitter is showing this message for him –

      “Seth is not active on Twitter. This is a placeholder.”

      ‘This person has protected their updates.’

  28. Seth Godin is a marketer. He is a permission-based marketing guru. He has one of the most popular, if not the most popular, blogs on the topic of marketing. It is one of the best ranked blogs in the entire blogosphere.

  29. For awhile,I was concerned Star Trek was a perishing franchise. Then JJ Abrams came along. Nice touch. The scene with kid Kirk was too quirky in the movie, however it was hot in the movie trailer. Star Trek XI breathed new life into this precious Roddenberry world. I’d like to see all of this Enterprise cast recurrence for further outings. I grew up with the authentic series. Heck, my dad got us a color Television just so we could enjoy Star Trek each and every Friday evening. Currently, I’m stuck on these new famous actors. In MHO, they have breathed life to their characters and made them their very own. I, personally, am looking towards more.

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