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June 7, 2011: Swan and Dolphin on WDW Radio Podcast

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  • June 7, 2011: Swan and Dolphin on WDW Radio Podcast


    Please discuss it here.
    Werner Weiss
    Curator of Yesterland, featuring discontinued Disneyland attractions

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    Re: June 7, 2011: Swan and Dolphin on WDW Radio Podcast

    I've been staying at the Dolphin for years and love it. Only in the past year or so I've noticed bloggers singing the praises of these resorts when before they were shunned (to my delight, more for me and less kids running around).
    Since bloggers have recently starting accepting Swan and Dolphin advertising dollars I'm wondering if that is what spurred this recent appearance of glowing reviews for the Swan and Dolphin.
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      Re: June 7, 2011: Swan and Dolphin on WDW Radio Podcast

      Lou Mongello's WDW Radio website includes a small ad for the WDW Swan and Dolphin, so, yes, I think it's safe to say that Lou accepts advertising dollars from the resort.

      I have no relationship with the Swan and Dolphin, and I've never had one. Perhaps there have been ad banners for the Swan and Dolphin on Yesterland through the Google Adsense advertising program, but I've never noticed any. In any case, I have no direct relationship with advertisers who buy Google Adsense space.

      Also, as far as I know, Jim Korkis has no relationship with the Swan and Dolphin.
      Werner Weiss
      Curator of Yesterland, featuring discontinued Disneyland attractions

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