If you want to be a conference speaker Ian shares insights into the benefits, challenges and drawbacks. He talks about why he decided to speak, why nerves are a good thing and how you may not know you like it until you try it.
When no social sharing plugin met their needs, 3 men set out to develop their own and Warfare Plugins was born. This is how they built a social plugin that beats out the rest when it comes to beauty and functionality and how they service customers.
Naming a new product or business comes with unique challenges, from coming up with a name to having a good story to finding a domain that matches. We talk about our own challenges and some of the things we’ve done to work through the process.
Craig McBreen joins us to talk about what branding is, how your personal brand and business brand intersect and what you need to think about as you develop a brand.
Being a podcast guest can help you generate leads but you need systems in place to make it an effective marketing tactic. We talk about what those are, then dive into masterminds, how they can help you, how to set one up and what you can expect.
Today we record live from a BNI meeting at Tapeo restaurant in Hazlet New Jersey. It’s just one of many chapters of this international networking group but it will give you a look at how meetings work, what to expect, how to get referrals and more.
Today we take on an article circulating on Facebook that talks about the prevalence of sexism, whether or not sexism is actually prevalent and if there’s a difference between “real life” and social media. We also discuss Dreamweaver vs. WordPress.
We talk to Sarah The Rebel, author of Marvel’s Agent Carter: Season One Declassified and self described angry, feminist geek. She tells us about how she got started on her entrepreneurial journey and the fun and challenges she had along the way.
Today we talk to Geoff Livingston about two topics: the first is his experience publishing (and his transition from business to fiction, traditional publishing to self publishing) and the second is the sunsetting of his marketing agency.
When you start a business venture with partners, consider your Shareholder or Operating Agreement so everyone knows how the business works and what to expect.