Ryan Hanley, Shut Your Big Fat Face!

Ryan Hanley, Shut Your Big Fat Face!

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Show Notes

We started this podcast because we want to challenge the marketing status quo and help business owners and marketers think past blueprints, “secrets” and 10-steps to the ways that they can really use web, search and social marketing to move their businesses forward.

In This Episode We Talk About

  • How we got started.
  • Why we decided to jump into the podcasting waters.
  • What that means for you and what you can expect to learn and hear.
  • And how you really know when you’re creating content that works.

We also thank a few amazing and special people who helped us along the way.

  • Cynthia Sanchez of Oh So Pinteresting for inspiring us to stop thinking about podcasting and actually do it.
  • Mike S. Brooks of Nuclear Chowder Marketing who has been on-call for months to answer logistical questions and talk us off the ledge when things got a little scary.
  • Chris Curran of Fractal Recording who let us coopt his studio so we could get some behind-the-scenes experience and who graciously spent hours of his time helping us set up our equipment.
  • Dan Cristo and Dino Dogan of Triberr who supported us from the beginning and even helped fund some of our equipment.
  • And Ryan Hanley of Content Warfare who is the gold standard to which we aspire.

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Ralph M. Rivera
Hi, I'm Ralph! I'm a web developer at Rahvalor Interactive, a creative marketing services company that I founded in 1999 with my wife and business partner Carol Lynn. In January 2012 we created Web.Search.Social as a branded service offering that brings enterprise-level services to small businesses in an affordable way. I'm also founder and CTO of Podcaster's Toolbox, a SaaS platform designed to help podcasters plan, produce and promote their shows. I teach web development at Manhattan College in New York City. Carol Lynn and I are home based near the Jersey shore but we're currently location independent and traveling the country for a year, working and podcasting. I'm also trying to build a flux capacitor, but that's not going as well as the other stuff I do.
Ralph M. Rivera
Ralph M. Rivera
  • Just started listening … and the theme music is sooooooooooooooo Austin Powers! Fabuloso!

    • Yah, we have a listener! Yes, I also loved the Austin Powers vibe. We’re looking forward to getting on a roll!

  • Mike Brooks

    This is great. Nice job!!!

  • Robin Roelofsen

    Congrats with the first episode! Listened to Carol Lynn on Ryan Hanley’s podcast and looking forward to listening to this episode. Any idea when the podcast will be live on iTunes?

    • That is the million dollar question. My understanding is it takes a few days. Hopefully by the end of the week our first four episodes will be there. sign up for our newsletter, we’ll keep you posted.

      • Robin Roelofsen

        Done so. Hope all will be sorted soon for you guys.

        • Me Too! 🙂

          We got Stitcher yesterday so getting iTunes approval will be the last thing to cross off the “to do” list for us. Fingers crossed.

        • We got approved! They say it’ll be an hour or so until our feed is updated.

  • You are a dynamic duo. Really great. And I like the fact that you’re going to seek “outside the bubble”. There’s far too little of that these days. Cheers! Kaarina

  • Thanks for stopping by my little blog. Haven’t listened to this episode yet, but I look forward to it. Ryan Hanley is legendary in my industry (insurance), so love to see you mention him. He has been such a great example of taking action.