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Get Slightly Famous Podcast Series

Summary: This business podcast is programmed for small business owners, entrepreneurs, professionals, growing businesses, thought leaders, and corporate marketers.

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  • Artist: Steven Van Yoder
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 Turn Your Blog Into a Book: an interview with Pamela Slim | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Turn Your Blog Into a Book: an interview with Pamela Slim

 Andy Beal Discusses the Age of Radical Transparency | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Andy Beal, co-author of Radically Transparent: Monitoring and Managing Reputations Online, Andy illustrates the growing importance of online reputation for all businesses, and the role of company reputation in overall marketing program.  Andy Beal is an Internet marketing consultant specializing in online reputation management

 The Entrepreneurial MD: Philippa Kennealy | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Philippa Kennealy is a business coach who helps struggling physicians become entrepreneurs. Listen as Philippa discusses how she built her business in less than 18 months by embracing online thought leadership. Philippa is one of the participants our Growing Your Business with Google program.

 Peter Bowerman Turns One Book Into a Full-time Living | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 32:36

Listen as Steven Van Yoder interviews Peter Bowerman, the self-published author of The Well-Fed Writer titles, multiple-award winning selections of Book-of-the-Month Club and others, and acclaimed “standards” in the field of lucrative commercial freelancing

 David Roodman Gets Famous by Blogging His Book | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Listen as David Roodman shares his experiences and tips on how authors can position themselves as thought leaders during the book writing process, building an audience for their books before they are published while shaping a national dialogue around their topics. David is currently doing an “open book blog” project about microfinance where he shares sample chapters of his book in progress with his growing online community

 I’m On LinkedIn, Now What? By Jason Alba | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Jason Alba is the author of I’m On LinkedIn, Now What???, a popular primer on how to get the most out of LinkedIn, the powerful online networking site with over 32 million members that can help you cultivate business connections and opportunities. Alba used LinkedIn to proactively build his business and boost his reputation as a thought leader in his field. Listen as Jason shares his experiences and provides tips and strategies to harness LinkedIn to develop professional relationships in your business life

 New Resource Bank: Building Green and Sustainable Business | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Listen as Steven Van Yoder interviews Peter Liu, founder of New Resource Bank. New Resource Bank is an innovative community bank that's leading companies in building green and sustainable businesses in San Francisco Bay Area. Peter also discusses with Steve how he transformed the idea of green banking into a viable business that is catching on across America.

 Executive Branding Through Public Speaking | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:30:56

In  this interview, Patricia Fripp discusses how public speaking can help company principals and executives establish a thought leadership position in their industry

 Paul Gillin on the Emerging World of Social Media | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:29:37

In this interview, Paul discusses the emerging world of social media and how businesses can effectively harness social media to advance their reputation in their field.

 Mike Hannigan Combines Business with Philanthropy | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:24:01

Mike Hannigan is co-founder and president of Give Something Back, a commercial office supply company with a business model that makes charitable giving central to its core mission. The company provides green office products at superstore prices to customers all over the United States and donates a large portion of all profits to support community causes. Since 1991, the company has grown from a startup to the largest supplier of office products in the Western United States. Through its unique approach to charitable giving, the company has donated nearly $4 million to community causes, totaling over 50% of company profits.


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