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Monthly Archives: December 2015


#103: Kickstarter Disasters (And Other Stuff)

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In this episode of the UnPodcast, we talk about Kickstarter disasters, why it’s important for consumers and backers to understand the difference between purchasing and funding, and why companies need to understand the difference between ideas and products.

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#102: The Christmannukah Episode

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In this episode of the UnPodcast, we dig into the Christmannukah buffet; the beautiful possibilities brought to businesses by the advent of 360-degree video; what Adele and Wu-Tang Clan can teach us about selling; another hashtag horror story; why you may not be able to serve Sweet Potato pies for Christmas dinner; and what happens when you get put into smartphone jail.

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#101: Episode 100 (Part 2)

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In this episode of the UnPodcast, we continue our 100th Episode donut party. We also talk about what it’s been like to work together for 100 episodes; the importance of communication in collaboration; our favorite episodes and worst nightmares; the honor and importance of an audience; how we got sponsors; and the futility of generational marketing research.

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#100: In Front of a Live Studio Audience

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In this episode of the UnPodcast, we celebrate 100 episodes in front of a live studio audience. We discuss how we accidentally became our own topic on this show, how the Internet helped Scott get a BIG present, and, of course, what happens when bad PR spam mail hits your inbox.

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#99: Take My Money, Please!

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In this episode of the UnPodcast, we talk about how hard it can be to get a company to take your money. The Source doesn’t believe its customers know what they are purchasing; Lenscrafters doesn’t keep records or sync with their online booking system; Rei.com doesn’t even want your money (on Black Friday, anyway).

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