Back in 2011, I attended an event at a coffee shop in downtown Las Vegas that would have some pretty profound consequences. The Vegas Jelly was the launchpad for a bunch of other events in downtown Vegas that would bring technical folks of all flavors together to create new events, companies, products, friendships, and partnerships….
Gabe is the Director of Business Development at launchkey.com, he’s on the advisory board at SXSW, which is all very impressive. But I like him because he’s a Los Angeles Kings fan and we share the same birthday. You know he’s gotta be good people.
Kenny Eliason from NeonBrand is extremely knowledgable about SEO and is kind enough to share a bunch of that information right here in this episode!
Tony Perez is passionate about security and fitness. This week I chat with Tony about that and a bunch more, like business and the amazing WordPress community.
This week I chat with massage therapist David Otto about small business, the massage industry and a bit about medicinal marijuana. How’s that for a combo?
Starting a podcast is pretty easy. Keeping one running for 100 episodes, that takes dedication and a WHOLE lot of work. This week I chat with Matt Medeiros who has a lot to say on the subject.
We’re hitting a mini-milestone this week. Episode 10. Double digits! This week I chat with Doug Daulton, a long time friend and fellow geek. He has some great information on going after your passion in life and how to successfully crowdfund a project.
Chris and I take a deep dive in to his history of blogging daily, how that came about. We also talk about affiliate marketing, his coaching of teams big and small, and we finish by talking a bit about business conferences.
This week I chat with Phil Simon, an author of seven business books who happens to be based right here in Las Vegas. We met through one of the many tech events in downtown Vegas and initially bonded over our shared love of the greatest TV show of all time, Breaking Bad.
Running a WordCamp event is a lot of work for the organizers. So when an organizer needs help, who do they go to? Cami Kaos, that’s who! This week I chat with Cami about the work she does at WordCamp Central which I lovingly described as “Herding Cats.” She didn’t disagree.