Today’s podcast celebrates Wired Sussex’s 10th Anniversary! Find out about what they’re all about & the challenges facing the digital economy here.
Is buying websites profitable? All I can say is WOW! A lifelong career as a wealth manager and this is where I am putting my time and money.
Ian Bond a former Goldman Sachs banker was flabbergasted when he realized how much money could be made buying established online businesses. Ian is on the hunt for BIG MONEY! He already turned a company with a $25,000 valuation into a million dollar valuation in a year. By applying sound business principles and great systems he sees a huge opportunity.
From: http://digitaljourneypodcast.com/ but they only seem to have video there apart from the RSS feed, this particular episode is from http://traffic.libsyn.com/digitaljourney/dj-005-3.mp3
Today Dave and Craig are talking about the one thing that will surely kill your business: Churn.
Churn, however you measure it, is the effect of people leaving your app. It can be broken down into User Churn or Revenue Churn.
When we look at churn there are 3 phases of churn that you can look at in your business:
Early Churn – 3 months. This is where not offering your customers the opportunity to grow with your tool through higher featured plans or the ability to do more through your app.
It’s hard enough to save for a house, tuition, or retirement. So why are we willing to pay big fees for subpar investment returns? Enter the low-cost index fund. The revolution will not be monetized.
Including interview with John Bogle, founder of Vanguard, index fund investment company.
What are your biggest fears? The things that hold you back from making any decisions at all, much less good decisions under pressure?
Today Dave and Craig are talking through their thoughts from a Ted Talk from Tim Ferriss talking all about stoicism and his Fear Setting exercise. If you have a big decision coming up in your life, or some general aprehension about the path forward in your business this might be an excellent thing for you to undertake.
Today Dave and Craig welcome back to the show Mike Taber from the popular bootstrapped founder podcast Startups For the Rest of Us.
Mike is hot on the trail of the public launch of his cold email outreach tool, Bluetick and in this episode talks about a lot of the strategies and frameworks that he’s seeing working today in the world of cold email, warming up colder leads, and how to best convert them into paying customers.
Mike, Dave, and Craig also talk about validating new startup ideas early, and with paying customers, and about how we all manage the balance of feature requests within our apps with the need to balance simplicity and core functionality in software.
As Mike goes into the public launch of Bluetick he’s also going to be doing a 21 Days of a SaaS launch, in which he’ll be video blogging every day, right alongside a new brand of whiskey to accompany each episode. To follow along with it head on over to singlefounder.com
Startups for the Rest of Us
Seriously Simple Podcasting
Studio Neat have a brand new Kickstarter campaign!
Talking about the design decisions around the "Panobook" notebook
The first in a new series – we look back at the 2008 and 2009 Formula 1 seasons when Honda pulled out of the sport. Ross Brawn and Nick Fry, after trying to find a buyer, decided to purchase the team themselves. What followed was one of the most remarkable seasons in Grand Prix history. Here is the full story.
Original video: https://soundcloud.com/motor-sport-magazine/ross-brawn-and-nick-fry-royal-automobile-talk-show-in-association-with-motor-sport
Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/ on Wed, 21 Jun 2017 13:01:14 GMT Available for 30 days after download
Rik is joined by Dave Mateer to discuss his talk at DDD about streaming large volumes of data into SQL.
First broadcast 2017-06-04. In this episode, we talk about Pinboard’s acquisition of Delicious.
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