Tuesday, June 29, 2010

The Adventures of the Bottom Dollar

Hello and thanks for checking out this week's podcast titled “The Adventures of the Bottom Dollar”. 

Last week, I spent the last money that I have on this earth (here's a picture of it).

This week's podcast is how I started this week penniless and unemployed, or as I like to call it “self-employed but not in my income-generating stage”.

I also talk about the triumphs of my week, one of which was finding out that my Small Business Branding Tips Blog located at EASYBrandmarketing.com is now in the Top 100 Small Business Blogs on Technorati and rapidly moving up.  It's exciting and hopefully that and everything else I’m working on will lead to more traffic and eventually more business!

I also talk about the initiative I'm working on for testing and refining the EASY Brand Marketing Program developed through my company SSS for Success (EASY Brand Marketing Specialists).  I've contacted various Small Business Development Centers (or SBDCs) looking for an opportunity to relocate anywhere throughout the country to a location who will embrace this entrepreneurial opportunity.  There are approximately 1000 SBDCs throughout the country, and at least 100 of them have Twitter accounts. 

So far I’ve gotten about 10 hits on the site I set up, and my next step is to start contacting SBDCs directly, but if you have a contact at an SBDC that you can put me in touch with, or know of an investor who might want to fund Phase I development, please don't hesitate to reach out to me.

Via email at “podcasts @ exclusivemultiplicity.com”, or by finding me on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, or my main website (kindracotton.com). 
You can also contact me via Skype at my name Kindra.Cotton, or on my Google Voice line at: (201) 870-0234.  If you leave a message on my Google Voicemail line, please be sure to mention which podcast you listened to.

Click media player below to listen to this podcast.

If the player above isn't displaying, or working properly, you can also download the podcast from iTunes for free (it may take a few days for it to appear at this link, but you can subscribe directly to the podcast feed via iTunes if you want to always get new podcast episodes when they're first uploaded)!

Come back next week, and have a Blessed Day!

By the way, Click here to read the Transcripts (and note, I'm working on a better way to publish transcripts for the hearing-impaired, so if you have any suggestions, please let me know; For now, you'll need to scroll down to Episode 5).


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