Chase Reeves has a unique ability to instill humor into his business and his methods of teaching. It’s a skill that not many people have, but many wish they could do. He’s found a way to separate himself from the rest of the pack and thus makes him relatable and makes him a trustworthy person to go to for advice. This episode will definitely be one to listen to.
Jason Calacanis has a firm grasp on journalism and how the business practices in the content world are perceived. He wants to do things the right way and deliver value and provide you news that matters with Inside.com. He also has his strong feelings towards YouTube and why they’re just using you and if you’re relying on them as your business, you’re making a mistake.
When I had my first laptop, it was a Dell Inspiron E1705 computer. Back then I was an incoming college freshman. I was so stoked to have a computer that was all mine. Most graduating high school students who are about to enter college tend to get their first laptop as a graduation gift and […]
If you’re an average computer user and you are frequently facing issues related to computer viruses and a computer that causes you more pain than enjoyment, then I have a useful training tip for you. Interestingly enough, your computer could be vulnerable to viruses due to having multiple programs of the same type installed. Don’t worry, I’ll help you out. Just read on for more.
An interesting look at growing your audience from the prospective of an unlikely social network. That would be iTunes! You’re probably thinking iTunes isn’t a podcast. Well, it is a platform that can be very valuable to you and your business if it’s something you’re not using. If you’re not, I highly suggest you do. It’s been helpful for me and on this episode of the STZ Podcast, iTunes expert, Kris Gilbertson will show you it’s value.