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Listen to this interview with Jessica Rhodes, founder of InterviewConnections.com to learn how you can grow your business with podcast interviews.
Either as a podcast host or as a guest expert on other podcasts and internet radio shows, doing interviews is a fast track to enhance your credibility, build your 'celebrity' factor, and get new fans and clients.
Jessica Rhodes is the founder and President of Entrepreneur Support Services Inc., a virtual assistant firm providing a variety of services to busy and time strapped entrepreneurs and small business owners. Entrepreneur Support Services Inc. is the parent company to Interview Connections, the premier resource for booking outstanding guests for your podcast.
Jessica earned a Bachelor’s degree in Communications from Temple University and has trained extensively in interpersonal communication while studying Strategic Communication at Temple.
Jessica spent six years working for a nonprofit where she managed a large staff of door to door fundraisers, earning her a reputation as a passionate and skilled saleswoman. In fact, she’s been told that she could “sell ice to an Eskimo!”
With her most important job now being a mom to her son, Nathan, Jessica left the busy nonprofit world to start Entrepreneur Support Services Inc. so she could bring her exceptional skills in sales, marketing, and administrative support to growth-oriented entrepreneurs and small business owners who need part time support to help in a number of areas so they can stay focused on their most urgent, high revenue-generating priorities.
Jessica lives in Rhode Island with her husband Jamie, their beautiful son, Nathan, and their cat, Maize.
Learn more about Jessica at www.EntrepreneurSupportServices.com.
We have a great show today. We are meeting with Leeward J. Bean, President and CEO of Big Frog, Ronald E. DeFrece, Vice President and COO of Big Frog, and Dr. Christina (Tina) Bacon-DeFrece, Ph.D., Executive Vice President of Big Frog. Big Frog's digital print on apparel capabilities make them a unique franchise opportunity - find out why by listening to the show.
In part 2, we hear a clip from our Great Clip in Franchising Podcast and learn why you have to almost work harder to fail than succeed in franchising.
Today as I relaunch the podcast, I am going to take a look at the music and testimony of Rich Mullins, along with what is going on in at EdBoston.com. It is exciting for me to be back doing shows here on Blog Talk Radio.
The topic of the night was ADVENT. Yes we looked at the words associated with this time: Hope, Love, Joy and Peace, but more importantly we talked about those words and the anticipation of the 2nd coming of our Savior. Scripture included Matthew 25:1-13 and Luke 2.
With the holiday season just around the corner, Smalltown Poets is honored to release their second Christmas album, “Christmas Time Again”, on November 25. On the heels of the release, Smalltown Poets will perform a short run of concerts in Texas and Georgia to share their new music blended with traditional holiday favorites.
We have a great show today. We are meeting with Adam Robinson, Chief Hireologist at Hireology.
The Hireology selection management platform simplifies the hiring process for franchisees. The company’s award-winning Selection Manager™ includes everything an operator needs to manage their hiring process, including a fully-hosted career site, integrated job postings, compensation analysis, pre-hire assessments, interview guides, background checks, skills verification and more. Franchise systems, use Hireology’s web-based platform to deliver consistent and repeatable hiring decisions in the field - leading to lower turnover and increased profitability per location.
Welcome to the Barbershop Podcast where our panel will discuss Black Entertainment, Culture, Sports, and Politics from a Young G's Perspective. Any topic that is fair game in the Barbershop is fair game in our shop.
In this episode our panel will discuss Floyd Mayweather's legacy, his 2015 plans, and what the Canelo HBO and Al Haymon deals mean for Boxing moving forward.
All Walk-Ins are accepted. There's always a chair open.
Call in to the Barbershop Podcast 646.478.3476 to discuss whatever is on your mind.
Email Questions/Topics to PodcastBarbershop@gmail.com
Marion "B" Brooks
Justin "Dark Skinned Jermaine" Carter
Marques Carter the "Notorious" MJC
Black "JP" AKA Uncle Paulie
TJ "Tinsmatic" Whitney
Chad "Arizona Ron" Houston