BuzzStream Founder Paul May Teaches You How To Recover From A Total Product Launch Disaster

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Join us as we talk to BuzzStream CEO and founder, Paul May. BuzzStream is an online software helping marketers promote their products, services and content to build links, buzz, and brands. Paul has been entrenched in the start-up world his entire career spanning across 20-years. His original Co-founder, Jeremy Bencken, came fresh from ApartmentListings.com where they focused on long-tail […]

Scott Ruthfield On Growing a Service Business Over 826% In Just Two Years

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Today we’re talking with Scott Ruthfield of Rooster Park, a Seattle based recruiting and custom software development consultancy. Scott founded Rooster Park in 2009 to satisfy his obsession with building software at a reasonable cost. Soon companies were asking for help recruiting entire engineering teams. Scott realized an untapped market in engineer focused recruiting and answered the call. Today his […]

How Scott Gerber Went From Nearly Bankrupt To Building An Organization Of The World’s Most Successful Young Entrepreneurs

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Join me as I talk with serial entrepreneur, Scott Gerber, founder of the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC), internationally syndicated columnist, and the host of Founders Forum on Inc.com and author of ”Never Get a “Real” Job”. Scott’s invite-only organization attracts some of the world’s most successful young entrepreneurs in the world under 40 who generate at least $1 million in sales […]

Oliver Emberton On How He Became A Top Quora Contributor With Over 4.93 Million Viewers

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Join me as I talk with Silktide founder Oliver Emberton. Oliver started his company on the cusp of graduating from University at 21-years old with $14,000£ in debt and no clue what he was doing with his life. He spent nearly a decade building up the largest design business in his city only to switch gears […]

AppSumo Founder Noah Kagan On Killing Your Inner Wantrepreneur & Actually Building A Legit Business

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Today we’re talking to AppSumo founder (aka Chief Sumo) Noah Kagan. Noah was employee #30 at Facebook and headed up marketing at Mint.com before it was sold for $170 million to Intuit less than 2 years later. His popular course Monthly1K.com helps budding entrepreneurs take action, validate their idea and launch businesses. Noah keeps a personal blog at Okdork.com […]