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Monthly Archives: May 2014


#033: Books and More

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On this episode of the UnPodcast, we discussed the coming release of my book, UnSelling, why I can’t discount my books on Kindle, and why the quality of books has gone down in recent years. We also talked about some major social media blunders ranging from a teen in the Netherlands whose foolish tweet resulted in her arrest, and the failed Twitter hashtag attempt of the NYPD.

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This Bar Thinks Domestic Violence Is Funny

Scruffy Duffies, a bar in Plano Texas thinks domestic violence is funny. I’m going to let Courtney Joye Williams explain what happened in her own words, but I was going to add “especially after what just happened in California” but you know what? Regardless of what’s in the news, “never” is a good time to joke about an issue such as this:

“On Saturday May 24th, 2014, a few friends and myself were out celebrating a couple of birthdays. Having things to do the next day, I wasn’t drinking myself, but the rest of them were having a great time.

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#032: Vaping: How E-cigarettes Relate to Marketing

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On this episode of the UnPodcast, we talked about E-cigarette etiquette and how in spite of the fact that E-Cigarettes aren’t yet highly regulated, common sense thinking reveals when it’s rude to vape. We also discussed business and HR considerations when it comes to electronic cigarettes.

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#031: Boys vs. Girls in Marketing

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On this episode of the UnPodcast, we talked about problems associated with marketing based on gender, race, and other demographics and what marketing should be focused on instead. We discussed several toys and other products that focus on targeting girls vs. boys, and the way that those products should be marketed.

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#030: Networking in Your Local Community

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On this episode of the UnPodcast, we interviewed Chris Farias of Kitestring on the topic of being an ambassador for a local area. Chris shared his experience with moving to a town with a bad reputation and his part in changing the way the city is viewed. We also discussed excuses that people make about why they don’t do social, and the real truth behind their words.

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