Episode 703 – Life Just Happens… While You’re Running Your Business

A lot has changed since 2001 when I started my business. Technology has been on a roll with the inventions of HDTV, camera phones, flash drives, and Bluetooth! Who could have imagined the invention of the iPod and iPhone, Kindle, and the Blackberry? Now add in Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube. A lot of stuff…

Episode 697 – How Utilizing Consumer Marketing Methods May Undermine Your Business Sales?

Did you know that Sears started as an entrepreneur who resold a batch of watches to railroad employees? He parlayed that into one of the biggest mail-order companies in the world. It was the Amazon of its time! Joseph Pulitzer funded the building of the Statue Of Liberty through citizen donations raised through his newspaper?…

Episode 692 – Building An Online Community with Scott Paton

Today, Scott is a full-on Digital Nomad, having structured his life so that he can grow his business while on a camel in Morocco, a beach in Greece, trekking around Machu Picchu or walking up a pyramid in Cancun. Video course Producer with over 150 courses produced and 415,000 enrollees. An internationally renowned speaker on…

Episode 679 – Dunbar’s Number And Why It’s Better To Be Part Of A Tribe

What’s the difference between being an influencer and a good networker? Common wisdom says that you should try to build a huge following on LinkedIn (30,00 people) or a huge email list. If you can achieve that, the numbers will be in your favor to make more sales… but are they? Dunbar’s number states that…

Episode 671 – Why You Should Treat Your Marketing Like Choosing A Winning Stock?

At one point, I thought it would be a good idea to try day trading… BOY was I wrong? I did not understand the basic concepts of how good stock purchases take targeted research. There are some key factors like Earnings Growth Trends, Price Earning Ratio, and Long Term Stability (which to this day I…

Episode 645 – The Quick Business To Public Speaking Method with Connie Regan Green and Ellen Finkelstein

Connie Regan Green Connie Ragen Green is a former classroom teacher and real estate appraiser who left it all behind to come online in 2006. As an author of more than twenty books, publisher, international speaker, and entrepreneur she serves others by helping new entrepreneurs to build their own lucrative online businesses. Connie is also…

Episode 517 – So You Want To Be A Podcaster? with Todd Cochrane

Todd Cochrane, CEO of RawVoice/Blubrry, wrote the book on podcasting. Well, at least the first one: “Podcasting: The Do-It-Yourself Guide.” The founder of the People’s Choice Podcast Awards and the Tech Podcast Network, he’s also credited with introducing the first advertisers into podcasting, GoDaddy. Cochrane was inducted into the inaugural class of the Podcast Hall…

Episode 511 – From Concert Halls To Living Rooms – Marketing Music Like A Coach with Ben Thomas

Ben has spent most of the past 15 years of his life being a dual-career music pastor and indie-folk singer/songwriter. A few years ago his world view seemed to be expanding beyond the boxes that “church” could contain. So, in order to creatively explore beyond the walls of his past, he moved from Illinois to…

Episode 499 – From In Person To Online – Building A Cohesive Community with David Perdew

As the CEO and chief architect of NAMS (the Novice to Advanced Marketing System), David Perdew has used all his skills as a journalist, consultant and entrepreneur to build one of the most successful and fastest growing business training workshops available today at http://NextNAMS.com and it’s supporting membership site at http://MyNAMS.com. The Novice to Advanced Marketing System is…

Episode 468 – Why Are You Selling Dog Food To Cat People?

Selling Dog Food To Cat People means that just because someone has a pet, it does not mean that they are potential customers for all kinds of pet foods. Yeah they may get a dog some day, but right now they are paying attention to their immediate needs.Everyone needs water. Consumers and businesses need water, but as you start to niche down, you discover there are differences. Home owners are different than renters, and service businesses have different needs for water than manufacturing.Some people treat marketing like everyone is a customer, but are they really? In today’s short attention span theater, you have to get the right message, to the right person, at the right time!