I launched Entreproducer one year ago (to the day) as a multimedia email newsletter.
My idea was to — very publicly — lay out the experiences I’ve had running several successful online businesses, profile the entrepreneurs and companies that are pushing digital content innovation, and take a shot at sharing with where I think independent digital media is going.
After doing a bunch of writing over there (and taking a break to get some work done), Robert Bruce and I shifted into audio mode. We missed doing the Internet Marketing for Smart People Radio Show, but we also felt it was time for a slightly different angle on the business of content marketing and DIY digital media.
With that, I want to welcome you back to Entreproducer.com. Here’s a few quick samples of our latest episodes, and I hope you’ll join us going forward.
The latest from Entreproducer:
Brad Feld on the Start Up Life, Blogging, and the Power of Community
Brad Feld is one of the most respected venture capitalists on the planet, and a fellow resident of Boulder, Colorado. While Brad disdains traditional marketing, he’s a thought leader in the VC space thanks to his blogging efforts and local community building that has elevated Boulder into one of the hottest tech startup spots on the planet. Lots of amazing lessons here for online entrepreneurs.
Native Advertising: What Does it Mean for Content Producers?
Just a few days into 2013, and we already had a new buzzword that’s burning up the Interwebs. It’s called native advertising, and it just may signal the cure for why online advertising models have sucked so far.
The Resurgence and Rebranding of Affiliate Marketing
It seems that a huge segment of the online publishing industry that had been previously vilified by “respectable” online “journalists” (use of quotation marks intentional and appropriate) is also finally being seen as another savior of online content. Welcome back, affiliate marketing.
Check out those three to get started, and then sign up and join us for everything we’ve got coming up, including interviews with Lean Startup author Eric Ries, 500 Startups founder Dave McClure, and much more.