On this week’s episode, we’re joined by Megan Gray, a passionate – probably one of the most passionate – freelance graphic designers I know. She lives on the edge of a canyon in Orange County, California, where she runs her business, House of Grays. In this 34-minute episode Brian Gardner, Lauren Mancke, and Megan Gray…
On this week’s episode, we’re joined by Jason Schuller, a designer and maker of things for the web. His MO is always focusing on elegant simplicity, endlessly being inspired by awesome creative people, and relentlessly learning by making mistakes. In this episode Brian Gardner, Lauren Mancke, and Jason Schuller discuss: The creative career of Jason…
On this week’s episode, we’re joined by Bill Kenney. His unyielding passion for design began at a young age, but has been developed and honed over his decade in the industry. As a business owner, Bill has developed both the design acumen and business knowledge necessary for success.
This week we’re joined by Chris Lema. Chris is a Product Strategist, a people manager, a speaker, and a blogger. He also works with companies to help them build better software products, run better software development teams, improve their marketing messages, and bring their products to market.
This week we’re joined by Seth Spears. Seth’s company (Spears Marketing) helps small business owners and bloggers build a reliable and profitable web presence that works… even when you’re not working. His primary focus is on digital marketing strategy. Seth is a husband, a father, and fanatical about the Cincinnati Reds and the Cincinnati Bengals….
This week, we have the very distinct pleasure of talking to a gentleman who is not only a talented member of the WordPress community … but the one responsible for it. Rainmaker.FM is powered by Start your free, no-risk 14-day trial today to fully experience Rainmaker – the next generation online marketing and sales solution.
Today we’re joined by Cory Miller. Cory is a former newspaper journalist turned full-time entrepreneur. In 2008, he started iThemes, which builds web design software and offers cutting-edge web design training for thousands of customers around the globe. Cory is a passionate entrepreneur who believes in finding and maintaining work happiness (for himself and others)…
On this week’s episode, we’re joined by Brian and Jennifer Bourn of Bourn Creative. They are a vibrant, creative studio that delivers purpose-driven design and engaging experiences for businesses who want to stand out and step into the spotlight.
On this week’s episode, we’re joined by Bill Erickson. Bill is a WordPress Developer, an entrepreneur, a husband, a father, a skier, an avid reader, a gardener, and a winemaker living in Georgetown, TX. He’s been developing with WordPress and contributing to the community since 2006.
On this week’s episode, we’re joined by Carrie Dils. Carrie has been around the Genesis community for a number of years. She’s a WordPress developer, consultant, speaker, and teacher. She loves sharing what she’s learned with others to help them be more successful in their business.
On this week’s episode, we’re joined by Tonya Mork of Know the Code. Tonya likes to rethink the way she does things to find a better path, one that is more efficient, effective, leads us forward, and is balanced with intent. She likes to share ideas, plant seeds, and inspire folks to consider a different approach.
On this week’s episode, we’re joined by Shay Bocks of Feast Design Company. Shay started hustlin’ in 2008 to connect her creative gifts and ravenous curiosity with the ambition of creative entrepreneurs. Nowadays, that dream has manifested into a full-time operation serving other dreamers just like herself.
Are all entrepreneurs really digital entrepreneurs? A recent research paper posited this idea. We decided it would be the perfect jumping off point for the newest show on Rainmaker.FM: The Digital Entrepreneur.
We know about the power of content marketing to build audiences, inform what products and services to develop, and ultimately connect the two together. And whether you call it blogging or not, text remains a cornerstone of the online content mix. Darren Rowse is one of my favorite people.
Content syndication involves republishing content that you’ve originally posted on your own site to other platforms. You’re hoping to maximize the leverage of each piece of content you create to achieve the widest distribution possible. Is this a good idea?
The most fascinating news on the internet always seems to find its way into Dave Pell’s carefully curated – and always entertaining – NextDraft email newsletter. Mr. Pell has turned his addiction for getting the scoop into a vast and loyal following of A-list media heads.
Getting your stuff done every day is tough enough. Getting it done while working from home? Definitely “Hard Mode.” But the rewards can be pretty great. Whether you work from home all the time, or just occasionally, you need a new set of habits and practices to make the most of it.
Prolific, multi-brand entrepreneur Joanna Penn has turned her passion for writing into a successful career as both an educator and bestselling indie author. As her dark, alter ego – J.F.Penn – she has notched chart-toppers on both The New York Times and USA Today bestsellers lists.
Today’s podcast might seem like a “soft” topic, but it also ties tightly to serious pragmatism about how to reach your goals – and more to the point, what reaching your goals is going to do for you.
In this new series, Tony and Chris explore membership sites and why they are so beneficial both to you as a business owner, and also your customers.