Listen to Search & Deploy host Loren Baker and Dennis Goedegebuure discuss content for marketplaces, the power of community and audience, and how that content helps attract links and interaction around e-commerce sites.
White space sounds like a design issue. So why should you, dear web writer, care? Because words matter.
Imagine a statue. An aged bronze sculpture of a young girl, possibly eight years old, in a long dress.
She stands about 50 inches … roughly four feet tall.
Her head is cocked to the left, a pensive, sad look on her face. Both elbows are pinned to her side and her forearms stretch upward, her palms open to the sky, a bowl in each hand.
As if she is feeding the birds. You probably recognize this statue.
The Pilot launch of The Showrunner Podcasting Course went live on Friday, April 24.
On the eve of the launch, weary-eyed but still enthusiastic at 10:30 p.m., The Showrunner hosts, Jerod Morris and Jon Nastor, took a short break from course prep to hop on Skype and share a few thoughts about the power of teamwork and collaboration.
Shortly after their chat began, the podcasting gods gave them a clear sign that they should end the call and resume working. So they did.
But to make this bonus episode a true bonus, they decided to give you a sneak peek at one of the bonus interviews inside of the course …
Join host Robert Bruce for the third episode of Allegorical …
A simple story about a man with a billion-dollar idea, and the fatal flaw in his algorithm that he did not foresee …
The online education industry will rake in $107 billion in 2015. And with the sale of Lynda.com to LinkedIn for $1.5 billion, the commercial sector is leading and pulling away from traditional institutions in the “just in time” education market.
People want online courses, and they’ll clearly pay for them.
And if great content marketing is giving away information worth paying for, then it seems smart to offer online courses as an audience-building and lead generation strategy.
In 2009, today’s guest on Hack the Entrepreneur co-founded Loudpixel, a successful social analytics company, where she was also Director of Analytics. After many successful years, she realized it wasn’t quite what she wanted to be doing, so she made a change.
Currently, she is an independent wedding and lifestyle photographer. In a market that most people struggle to start a business in, she has managed to build one to the point where she works part-time and makes a full-time income. This allows her to spend time with her one-year-old daughter.
She also runs an interview podcast series for photographers called Photo Field Notes and teaches in Michigan State University’s Advertising Department.