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Kyle Lacy is the owner of a social media marketing and design firm, Brandswag, and his clients have ranged from recording artist Jon McLaughlin to the Consumer Electronics Association to small businesses, with most having 5 or fewer employees and up to $500,000 to $25 million in revenue. He blogs at KyleLacy.com and he communicates regularly with his Twitter followers under the name @kyleplacy. His blog has been featured on Wall Street Journal's website and Read Write Web's daily blog journal.
Accountant, entrepreneur, business coach, founder of The Business Model Institute, and author of Business Models For Dummies, Jim Muehlhausen, describes the importance and value of the business model concept. Jim Muehlhausen provides an in depth description of the business model principle and why it is so important for business people to understand. Jim also points to the differences between a business model and the better known business plan. Jim demonstrates how to start the process of creating and implementing a business. He shows how to use the business model to establish revenue and cash. He also points out how see warning signs that the business model may be losing its power. Jim also provides ideas for utilizing the business model for innovation and being a leader in your industry. Learn how to put a business model to work for your company.
Today's show will air one hour later then usual. We will see everybody at 4pm EST.
Our weekly Twitter Follow Friday show. Want to get more out of your Twitter experience? Want to learn how to use Twitter more effectively or have more fun? Want to increase your social media influence? You need to listen to The American Refugee.
Marsha Collier made her mark as the top-selling author on eBay. Her books, including eBay For Dummies, Starting an eBay Business For Dummies, and eBay Business All-in-One For Dummies, combined to sell over a million copies. She's expanded her expertise to cover social media, especially its use as a customer connection tool. Marsha was recently named a NOW Award All-Star by the Twitter-focused 140 Character Conference. One social media insider even called her eBay For Dummies the "first social m
The Wall Street Geek is hosted by financial expert Michelle Price, Managing Principal of fee only financial advisor Price Capital LLC in NYC and the author of "How to Buy Stocks Online" (available at Amazon).
In this week's podcast, I explain why Twitter's business should resemble Cisco's more than Facebook's in a segment called "The Streets are Talkin'". I give insights on why the stock market's nerves are rattled in "Market Update".
I give some inspiration in "The Word of the Week", and get into your head like John Cusak in "Being John Malkovich" in a segment called "Empire State of Mind".
It's a fun and inspiring show. Thanks for listening!
This is our weekly Twtiter Follow Friday Program. We give shoutouts to our favorite tweeps you should be following. We encourage you to call in and give shoutouts as well. We also conduct a teaching seminar on all things Twitter and all things social media.
This week, we will have a special focus on Home Schoolers and will discuss several Homeschool topics.
Dating For Dummies Episode 4 - Limitless
Please tell me that you know that the most important decision you will ever make in your life, besides making Jesus Christ Lord of your life, is choosing the mate you will spend the rest of your life with. Back by popular demand, we are spending all of October discussing the details of dating. You're too brilliant to date somebody with no drive, no get up and go, no tenacity. You've waited your entire life to find this person! This is not a friend! This is your mate for life!
Let's keep it real. Some of you have dated some dummies! Now that your past is behind you, let's discuss avenues to take to protect you from going down that same road again. You want to be hooked up with the person that God has designed for your life.
There's so much to discuss: Online Dating, Speed Dating, Blind Dating, Dating Church Guys, Dating unsaved guys. There is a laundry list of points we could discuss.
What does the bible have to say about all of this? All I know is if I was you, I would tune into 4RealTalk Radio every Monday night!
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Social Media such as Twitter, Facebook, and Linkedin are changing the way we communicate and how information is dispersed about the stock market and other financial markets. How does this affect investors and retail traders? What is the SEC doing about false information sent out on social media?
How are billionaires manipulating sentiment about certain stocks via social media and is it legal? Martha Stokes CMT navigates you through the maze of social media content and its effect on stocks and other trading instruments.
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