Friday, August 20, 2010

This Week's Podcast and Blogging Round-Up: August 15 - August 21

Greetings all,

For those looking to keep up with me, and what I'm doing, here's the weekly round up:

Tuesday are dedicated to Exclusive Multiplicity: Highlight the Adventures of a Serial Entrepreneur (A Tale of one Entrepreneur’s rise to success through bootstrapping while wearing flip-flops)

This week's Exclusive Multiplicity podcast talks about "The Adventures of Rooting 'For Dummies'"where I talk about how much I love the "For Dummies" book series, and how this is helping to guide my enthusiasm for following my passions in life.

This Tuesday also so a late-edition "Random Nothingness" post and podcast about "Why Black Radio (and Media) is Dying", where I talk about a recent experience calling into the Al Sharpton Radio show and giving my opinion on the State of contemporary Black radio.

Wednesdays spotlight Small Business Branding Tips on the Blog (Brought to you by SSS for Success (EASY Brand Marketing Specialists)):

This week's podcast topic was "EASY Search Engine Optimization (or SEO) Tips: 10 Tips for Making Your Website Search Engine Friendly" where I give an overview of what you can do to search engine optimize (SEO) your website.

Fridays spotlight the Effective Complaints Resource Blog (A solution-oriented consumer advocacy resource for writing effective complaints):
Effective Complaints Resource Blog Small Business Branding Tips Blog RSS Feed 

This week's podcast was "When To Write Effective Complaints" and talks about ways to calm down before firing off an effectively written complaint letter.

Thanks for your interest, feel free to leave comments and forward this to your friends and other interested parties. 


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