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Cold Call

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HBR Presents / Brian Kenny

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Cold Call distills Harvard Business School's legendary case studies into podcast form. Hosted by Brian Kenny, the podcast airs every two weeks and features Harvard Business School faculty discussing cases they've written and the lessons they impart.
 
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EMS 20/20

Christopher M Pfingsten, Spencer Oliver

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EMS 20/20 is podcast hosted by two experienced Paramedics. Spencer Oliver and Christopher Pfingsten discuss real calls run by real responders and pull out the lessons you won't find in a text book. This podcast is aimed at Paramedic students, seasoned Paramedics looking to refresh, or any one interested in a deeper dive into pre-hospital health care.
 
Bootstrapped Web is for entrepreneurs who are bootstrapping web startups and believe in order to achieve success, we must learn by doing. Interviews with bootstrapped entrepreneurs and case studies in building profitable businesses.
 
Every week I interview a successful millionaire and dive deep into their mind, revealing EXACTLY what patterns have made them so successful. What do millionaires do differently? Learn from in depth case studies on how business owners (with a net worth of one million or more) start and run their businesses. Discover what works RIGHT NOW in their business, and what they have done to create a successful business.
 
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Career Case Study

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Carroll School of Management

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This is Career Case Study, a podcast hosted by Boston College MBA students focused on delivering alumni career stories to current students. Join us as we connect with alumni to share their journey prior to business school, how they adapted to an MBA program, and how Boston College enabled them for success.
 
Video case studies are the ultimate marketing tool. James Rostance has re-invented them especially for B2B marketers. The Story Hero Method is the formula and approach for meeting the demands of today’s B2B buyer - high quality education resources. These case studies help buyers makes educated and informed decisions which perfectly position your company as their ideal choice. In this weekly podcast he shares the latest best practices, techniques and strategies for using them to attract clien ...
 
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Back for our weekly founder therapy session, err… podcast episode Here’s what’s up this week: – Brian (finally) ships sub-threads in ZipMessage – Jordan’s hiring an SDR – Learning from strategic decisions that went wrong – Product insights with vs without a product in market Brian on Twitter Jordan on Twitter ZipMessage Rally As always, thanks for …
 
Hotjar's search volume increased 47% over the past 2 years. That's millions of new visitors each year. And the best thing? Revenue results. It's driving *actual* revenue results. Hotjar's SEO strategy is mission-critical to its customer acquisition strategy. And as a channel, the costs are proving to be significantly lower. On the podcast this week…
 
Episode Highlights: When is the right time to build a startup, Tips on what to do with your business to thrive and survive during the coronavirus pandemic, How to simplify start-ups during this crazy time, Tips in choosing the best, most solid idea for a start-up, Tips in creating your "most valuable product" (testing, marketing, scaling, etc.), Th…
 
For years, Airbnb gave hosts extensive discretion to accept or reject a guest after seeing little more than a name and a picture, believing that eliminating anonymity was the best way for the company to build trust. However, the apartment rental platform failed to track or account for the possibility that this could facilitate discrimination. After…
 
‘Can we bring back extinct species?’ wonders listener Mikko Campbell. Well, Professor Fry is pretty excited by the prospect of woolly mammoths roaming the Siberian tundra once more. And everyone is impressed with the science that might make it happen. But Dr Rutherford comes out STRONGLY against the whole thing. Can our expert guests win him over? …
 
There was no product shots, no consumption occasion, no restaurant shown. No "ba da ba ba baa." And the industry went nuts. We hear the story behind the work and the ethnography research that fueled it, from Tom Sussman, Head of Strategy and Joe Beveridge, Planning Director, of Leo Burnett, London.By Fergus O’Carroll
 
This week I’ve got a very special guest Gordana Stretenovic from Workello. Gordana and her team have grown multiple company's search traffic exponentially again and again from 0 to up to a crazy 1.5m visitors per month. At one point, her agency produced 800 blog posts per month for their clients with in-house 45 writers and editors. To get an opera…
 
The Great Pyramids of Giza are awesome feats of engineering and precision. So who built them - and how? Was it a mysteriously super-advanced civilization now oddly extinct? Was it even aliens? Nah, course not! Rutherford and Fry investigate how these inspiring monuments were really constructed, and learn about the complex civilisation and efficient…
 
We kick off 2023 with a grab bag of topics: – Jordan’s building in public more – Brian’s building solo with contractors – Headless ecom becoming “a thing” – ChatGPT is firmly in Brian’s coding workflow Brian on Twitter Jordan on Twitter ZipMessage Rally As always, thanks for tuning in. Head here to leave a review on iTunes.…
 
Jake Stainer joined Typeform in June 2015 as employee #29. In his first couple of weeks, they celebrated hitting £1M in annual revenue from 5,000 customers. By the time he left just 3.5 years later? Typeform had: 10x the employees Grown to $13M in ARR Grown their SEO channel to $3M in yearly lifetime value revenue In this week's SEO case study, we …
 
In February 2022, Russia invaded Ukraine, and multinational companies began pulling out of Russia, in response. At Switzerland-based Nestlé, chief executive Mark Schneider had a difficult decision to make. Nestlé had a long tradition of neutrality that enabled it to operate in countries regardless of their political systems and human rights policie…
 
Magnets are inside loads of everyday electronic kit - speakers, motors, phones and more - but listener Lucas is mystified: what, he wonders, is a magnetic field? Our sleuths set out to investigate the mysterious power of magnets, with the help of wizard / physicist Dr Felix Flicker - author of the The Magick of Matter - and materials scientist Dr A…
 
Close your eyes and think of a giraffe. Can you see it? I mean, *really* see it - in rich, vivid detail? If not - you aren’t alone! We’ve had scores of messages from listeners who report having a ‘blind mind’s eye’. They don’t see mental images at all and they want to know why. Jude from Perth wants to know what makes her brain different, and Diane…
 
We look back on the ups and downs in 2022 and look ahead to 2023. The emotional rollercoaster rolls on… Thanks for listening and for sticking with us another year on Bootstrapped Web. “Everything before product-market fit is a form of suffering” – Jordan Powered By the Tweet This Plugin Tweet This Talking Points: Viruses, holiday cards, and coming …
 
My guest this week built the most successful Retro Gaming website around today. In this episode, we hear how Brandon's multimedia approach to content creation helped him build a brand with ~100k social followers, 270k YouTube subscribers, and 1 million monthly clicks. It's extraordinary to think that Brandon's background is in video production. He'…
 
Wordle went from a personal game, created by a developer for his girlfriend, to a global phenomenon with two million users in just a few months. Then The New York Times made an unexpected bid to acquire it. But will Wordle outlast other pandemic pastimes? Harvard Business School senior lecturer Christina Wallace discusses the journey of software en…
 
This week, I catch up with a world-class content strategist, Jakub Rudnik. Safe to say he's been around the block. He was at G2 as a senior content strategist during the hyper-growth years (seeing all the errors they made with content) and prior to that, he worked at places like the Chicago Tribune as a writer. Now, leading content at Scribe, I cat…
 
We asked ChatGPT to suggest some topics for today’s episode but it came up short. So you’ll have to settle for the boring human versions of Brian and Jordan, talking about what’s happening in ZipMessage and Rally. Enjoy. If you have any questions, comments, or topic ideas for Bootstrapped Web, leave us a message here. “What can this do? How does th…
 
It took UserPilot three years to get its first 25,000 monthly organic visitors. And, just 10 months to get to 100,000. Whaaaat?! Triple the growth rate. 🤯 How on earth did they... Well, in short, they: Learned how to build efficient content operations (scaling from 4 monthly blogs to 40) Leveraged programmatic SEO to scale production even further A…
 
In May 2022, the Seoul Metropolitan Government in Seoul, South Korea, launched the pilot of Metaverse Seoul, a virtual version of Seoul’s mayor’s office. As they worked towards building a broad, immersive, online government platform, they hoped to gain insights from citizens about everything from popular local tourist sites that could be experience…
 
Episode Highlights: Learn how to Tina scaled her business without using Facebook Ads or any paid ads, How to take your relationship with your leads to the next level, The boundary in sharing your personal life in your social media platform, How to deal with cyberstalking (Concerning you and your family’s security), Tips in working with your partner…
 
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