• 00:16

    Can You Make Money From Your Social Media Platforms?

    in Business

    For many years only a few people made money directly from their social media platforms.  Now that is beginning to change. 


    On the show this week we discuss how to set up your social media platforms to make money. We also asked for questions during our last podcast and we will also discuss this one from @Iconoclastic_Au  


    They asked:"Hi @gavinmcgarry and #socialmediachaos team. Next ep can we talk about monetizing social content in multiple international markets?"

  • 03:29

    Music 101:WHY is there so little support for Jamaica Reggae Music platforms

    in Music

    Music 101:WHY is there so little suport for Jamaica Reggae Music platforms


    The role of government in cultural industries development has been a topic of much debate when it comes to Jamaica. One view that is constantly put forward by some is that government should have nothing to do with music industry development.  Mr. Lloyd Standbury wrote 'Many contend that Africa as a region is the largest market for Reggae, and justifiably so. Africans have embraced Reggae with passion for decades, and have identified with it as the soundtrack for liberation struggles and struggles against corruption and injustice. Crowd sizes at Reggae concerts in African countries are by far the largest anywhere in the world. While on the subject of Africa and Reggae, I must also put in context my mention of Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire and its claim to be one of the capitals of Reggae in the world. This is a claim being made by Ivorians based on the international success of their Reggae artists Alpha Blondy and Tiken Jah Fakoly, as well as the strong public acceptance of the music form, as shown in the size of audiences at live shows.Of course there are arguments to support the claim that France is the biggest market because it provides a significant number of opportunities for live Reggae music performances around the country, and hosts on a regular basis Jamaican and Francophone African Reggae performers. Likewise, some in the German Reggae community will contend that with the largest and longest running Reggae festival in the world "Summerjam", one of the biggest acts in Reggae today in Gentleman, and many live performance opportunities around the country, they are the biggest market for Reggae. Where is the USA and England in all of this?" end of quote http://www.lloydstanbury.com/ caribbeanradioshow@gmail.com

  • 01:00

    Social Platforms To Build Community

    in Technology

    AK Stout & Deb Evans will interview Annie Fox, M.Ed., an internationally respected educator, award winning author, and a trusted online adviser for teens and parents. Her latest book, Teaching Kids to Be Good People, is a guide for navigating 21st century parenting challenging. Annie's other work includes, the ground-breaking Middle School Confidential™ book and app series.
    During the show you will also learn: how Annie moved to app development after creating books; which social platforms she uses to build her community and how she reached 40k Twitter followers and how the followers help to grow her business!
    Follow along with @DebCE & @AKStout18 and tweet comments and questions using #SocialGeekRadio. Don't miss the #GeekItOut segment when AK shares cool tools and Website to help YOU get in touch with your inner geek!  

  • 02:01

    Thinking Aloud with Ayo in Conversation- Building wealth within the community

    in Lifestyle

    One of things I want to do better this year is support "own" brands! No, not MY own, but those within the Nigerian and African community that are doing things well. 
    I've spoken to people who have sworn NEVER to do business with Nigerian/Africans ( they themselves are Naija/African peeps o!) while others swear that no matter what, they'd spend their hard earned £s/$s/¥ ONLY with Africans. 
    2 extremes I guess. But both have valid points.


    Is there any middle ground?
    Are there pros and cons for both?
    Should we be looking at the power of "the African" £/$/¥?
    Should there be a responsibility to support "awa" own?


    Whats YOUR view?


    Joining me on tonight's show is Sam Debo Onigbanjo founder of Great Business Platforms and of course YOU 

  • 01:04

    The Overcomer/From Pain To Passion

    in Lifestyle

    Removing The Bandages with host, SylindaD welcomes special guest Precious Anderson. A powerful young lady from Cleveland, Ohio that has survived being raped, kidnapped and abuse. She has used her adversities in life to speak on platforms into the lives of others that have faced the same or similar situations about how she overcame. She ministers at different prisons,to the youth and homeless men and women in the Ohio area. She is a Christian Poet/Rapper and writer.  She is currently working on her autobiography as well as short stories and plays.

  • 00:16

    Promotin my Beats

    in Entertainment

    Noy doing much just trying to get the hang of ths using different platforms.. check out www.flophouzemusik.com for more things Krazybaby. find me on stitcher radio as well.

  • 00:31

    Social Media Maximizing Efficiency and Reach Using DLVR. It Social Networking

    in Social Networking

    Host Lori Wilk interviews the Founder of Dlvr. It, Bill Flitter about his platform. Bill will answer questions about social media and social networking platforms and how they can help you to maximize your efficiency and to reach a larger audience. We'll learn from of the basic and more advanced skills you need to succeed with your online efforts. Live call-in show and you're invited to participate by dialing 347.237.5638. To register on this social media platform go to http://www.DLVR.it You can Follow Lori's Social presene on Appearoo.com/LoriWilk. 

  • 00:40

    Navigating & Strategizing the Social Media Landscape

    in Real Estate

    Listen as we learn how to best use social media to engage and communicate with business allies, customers and other target audiences. Discussion focuses on best practices, strategies and tactics when utilizing the powerful tools of social media.



             Which social media platform is best to convey your message?

             What type of content best engages followers?

             Does your organization have a social media marketing plan?

             Are you aware of the pitfalls and the benefits, and what to do when things don’t go as planned?


    Following the presentation and discussion, attendees will have the opportunity to brainstorm and begin building a comprehensive social media plan for their business. Presentation will focus primarily on Facebook and Twitter with short discussion related to some of today’s other popular platforms.


    Meghan Snyder, Meghan Snyder Communications, LLC., is a PR practitioner specializing in food, wine and lifestyle. She helps clients develop effective communications strategy in order to promote a consistent brand message, gain recognition, foster professional relationships, and most importantly, build the bottom line. While Snyder works in all areas of PR, a priority of many clients today is developing and maximizing their social media engagement for business. To do this, Snyder guides clients toward identifying and understanding core messaging, target audiences, communications technique and strategy. She also manages and maintains the social media presence of some of her clients.

  • 01:09

    T.E.A Time - Masculine Barbershop in McDonough, Georgia

    in Entrepreneur

    T.E.A Time 2015 Premieres with Masculine Barbershop located in McDonough, Georgia established in 2013 is focused and dedicated to providing a comfortable, affordable and professional atmosphere for hair grooming. Owned and operated under Mr. Adasi Thomas, Masculine barbershop is located 2252 Hwy 42 North in McDonough, Georgia in Henry County and opened 7 days a week and providing services for men, women and children. Feel free to go online and reserve & book your hair appointment at http://www.masculinebarbershop.org/ 


    T.E.A Time- A acronym for The Entrepreneurial Academy -slogan "Thrist For Enrichment &Achievement For Your Small Business Development is a interactive project developed by LouddMouth Radio Producer Sabrina Sonny Jones-Smith to provide tools & resources to new & existing entrepreneurs throughout the world through the LouddMouth Media Brand. LouddMouthradio.com reaches listeners online on http://stitcher.com & http://tunein.com two dynamic podcasts platforms reaching over 50 million+ active monthly listeners & 4 million in car dashboards. 

  • 01:04

    Real Sisters Rising w/Shacena Gibbs

    in Lifestyle

    Join Destiny Empowerment Hour as we sit down with CEO and Founder of Real Sisters Rising Women Business Association, Ms. Shachena Gibbs to disuss how she is assisting women entrepreneurs in starting, growing and running a successful business.


    RSR, services is focused mainly on business education while providing  various platforms such as Conference Calls, Articles, Networking and Live Events. Their goal is to assist serious women entrepreneurs become successful business owners.


    If you are a woman in business or aspiring to be in business you don't want to miss this broadcast.

    Facebook: www.facebook.com/realsistersrising
    Inst: www.instagram.com/realsistersrising
    Tw: www.twitter.com/realsisterising
    Youtube: www.youtube.com/user/shachenagibbs

  • 00:56

    "In Other Words…" with Mike Muhney

    in Entrepreneur

    You know what Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software and apps are, right? Well, my guest today, Mike Muhney, and his partner, Pat Sullivan, are the ones who created it.  Out of desperation, Mike says.  They needed a program to do what a CRM does and there wasn't one, so they built it. 
     
    ACT! came onto the market in 1987 and is still one of the top sellers.  But ACT! is for PCs and Mike fell in love with Apple products, so... in 2011, he, Max Pucher, and Kristi Kuykendall put out VIPorbit.  A few weeks ago as I write this, they replaced it with Vipor.  And it gets even better.  It's free for iPhones and iPads.  And his next project is an app that can be used across platforms.  So your iPhone will be able to communicate with your PC.  The hits just keep on coming!


    Also, Mike wanted me to tell you that anyone can contact him directly by email: mike.muhney@viporbit.com


     

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