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#177: An Ever-Expanding Episode

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In today’s episode, we inhabit an ever expanding studio. We talk about Scott’s dancing skills; a cheesy promposal; the single worst thing ever to appear on Facebook; Garadgets and bad reviews; why you should never hit on strangers; and ads that appear in the middle of a podcast.

This episode is for marketers only… but you don’t have to be a marketer to listen.

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Other topics include:

  • [00:00:00.00]Emma Sponsorship Mention
  • [00:00:32.16]A Musical Introduction
  • [00:01:31.24]Episode Overview
  • [00:02:00.11]Emma Sponsorship Mention
  • [00:02:39.01]Prom Dancing
  • [00:05:30.14]A Cheesy Promposal
  • [00:08:32.03]Would Scott and Alison Have Talked to Each Other in High School
  • [00:12:49.03]The Worst Thing Ever On Facebook
  • [00:14:12.23]Garadget Bricked
  • [00:19:36.24]Emma Sponsorship Mention
  • [00:20:00.10]Don’t Hit On Strangers
  • [00:28:59.12]How Podcast Research Works
  • [00:32:27.14]Listener Question: Do you have any feelings about ads coming in the middle of a podcast?

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Mentioned In This Episode

Doritos Sends Teens to Prom in Style after Hearing about ‘cheesy’ Promposal

The Worst Thing Ever On Facebook

Guy Leaves Bad Comment about His Smart Garage Door Opener, Gets His Device Disabled

  • Barbara Bout

    In your preamble (which is really long) Alison says that someone successful she talked to dropped out of school and she thought that was bad. I teach entrepreneurship in high school and it’s astonishing how many entrepreneurs dropped out of school and still were successful. School is not the be all and end all!! Lots of smart, entrepreneurial kids are not school smart and should not be pressured to stay in school (finishing high school is probably a good idea but…) if they have other more promising options. We have way too many over-educated kids who still can’t do much – or kids who are pressured to go university who do not thrive in an academic environment. Today you can learn a lot on your own online too and design your own education and maybe start your own business.