Summary: Join Dan and Alex for a live online business growth podcast every Wednesday from 4PM PST
I was invited to present about the first year of WP Curve at the annual Seattle WordCamp. The topic of choice was building relationships and I shared three different types of relationships that you should focus on building, how to avoid feeling sleazy and explained why relationships are so important, especially in a WordPress business.
This week I chat with Conrad Egusa from publicize.co. If you are interested in getting more press for your startup, Conrad is a former Venture Beat writer who now helps startups get noticed.
This week we chat with online expert, author and agency owner Adam Franklin. Adam was the one guy I looked up to early on and set me on the path to marketing through content. In this interview you will learn from Adam on what works online.
This week we chat with Entrepreneur and author Natalie Sisson, the Suitcase Entrepreneur. Natalie travels the world working out of her suitcase and inspires other to do the same.
This week we chat with Billy Murphy from foreverjobless.com. We talk about his background in poker and building ecommerce sites and his new podcast. The trick he revealed for launching his podcast into the iTunes top 3 is so simple you'll wish you thought of it yourself.
Today on Startup Chat we chat with Joel Widmer about how to create and sell profitable courses on Udemy. Joel has created 2 successful courses and has some great insights on the creation aspect as well as some tips to get more people onto the course.
This week we chat with Nikhil Arora who started a products business in his last semester of uni. We chat to him about validation, work life balance, raising $250k on Kickstarter and creating amazing products.
This week we chat with Noah Kagan about content marketing, startup growth and how to win his undies.
This week we chat with Matt from Assembly about how he's changing the way software products are built.
This week we chat with "Mr Growth" Sean Ellis. Sean has helped growth hack a variety of companies that you have heard of… and some you haven’t - the list includes Dropbox, Lookout, Xobni, Grockit, Eventbrite, Webs, World Golf Tour and Songkick.
This week we chat with Chris Ducker about his new book Virtual Freedom and managing virtual staff.
In this episode we play through Alex's recent presentation on The Lean Startup at the Hult International Business School Co Creation Lab.
This week we jump on the call with the author of Neil Patel's latest epic marketing guide. Aaron Agius discusses content marketing strategy and provides some actionable tips for people getting started.
Today we chatted with Tim Ferriss' first full time employee Charlie Hoehn. Charlie has recently written his own book about curing anxiety, called Play it Away.
This week we chatted with Wade Foster from Zapier. We discussed content marketing, idea validation, building a team and a lot more.