Patrick speaks with Rich Kahn, CEO of online marketing firm eZanga
Patrick speaks with Anthony Adams, head of product for TapClicks
In one of our most popular shows from years past (2010 to be precise), Bob and Patrick speak with author and sage, Seth Godin. If you're not reading his blog every day, you probably should.
Bob and Patrick speak with long-time-friend-of-the-show Ash Maurya: entrepreneur, author, and mentor. His new book is Scaling Lean, out June 14.
Bob and Patrick react to their interview with Daniel Kivatinos and Michael Nusimow, founders of Dr Chrono.
Bob and Patrick speak with Daniel Kivatinos and Michael Nusimow, founders of Dr Chrono, for the 3rd (!) time since 2009. The success of Dr Chrono is inspiring, as is the humility its founders manage to retain.
Tune in next week for Bob's and Patrick's reactions to their interview ...
We're changing several aspects of our process, and we need to test the way it impacts file naming, tagging, etc. Patrick rambles on about the process in this test, in case you're curious.
Bob and Patrick speak with Ashley Swartz, Founder and CEO of Furious Corp, a fast-growth startup that helps high-end video publishers make more money across all the different digital distribution platforms. Read more about PROPHET, their
Ashley has a ton of expertise in a very interesting and complex industry - an industry both Bob and Patrick find fascinating ... so it takes them a while to get to Ashley's story of creating Furious. We hope you find it worth it!
Bob and Patrick talk about about positioning with Philip Morgan, author of Positioning Crash Course ... and use Bob as a guinea pig for one of the examples ;-)
Check out Philip's virtual bookshelf below.
Bob and Patrick - inspired by their conversation with Saravana (episode 20) - talk about how to use content marketing to build a brand.
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