Our latest On Air! podcast features episode #4 of our ETALK series where I sit down with Jeff James, founder of Mythology. Mythology delivers a breakthrough marketing system for growth-oriented organizations who want to improve brand, revenue and relationships.Jeff is a 14-year veteran of Microsoft Corporation with deep experience in sales/marketing management to enterprise, small business, channel and consumer audiences. Jeff has led Microsoft’s Executive Circle relationship marketing program, developed national integrated demand generation programs, and lead numerous innovative marketing initiatives for Microsoft. He also developed MSN's first vertical marketing team that delivered customized digital marketing solutions to major advertisers in auto, consumer packaged goods, financial services, technology and travel industries. Jeff also served as Director of Marketing for FLX Corporation, a human resource software firm later purchased by Ceridian, and founded Digital Fish, an early Internet marketing services pioneer for non-profits, both in Philadelphia in the 1990's. Jeff talks about coming back home to West Virginia as an entrepreneur and starting Mythology. He shares his experiences starting and growing Mythology into a successful marketing company. Don't miss Jeff's 3 pieces of advice for new startups and hear the latest about the CreateWV conference coming up in October. Be sure to go to Mythology and learn more about what they do and connect with Jeff and his team. You can follow Jeff James on http://twitter.com/jeffjam and read the Mythology blog at http://www.mythologymarketing.com/blog.
Wednesday, August 25, 2010
Wednesday, August 4, 2010
Our latest On Air! podcast features episode #3 of our ETALK series where I sit down with Jonathan Moore, founder of RowdyOrbit.com. RowdyOrbit.com is a destination website for Webshows. All throughout the podcast you can hear Jonathan’s passion and focus on RowdyOrbit.com’s business model which is delivering culturally relevant, original story telling, through episodic webseries.
I got connected with Jonathan Moore through a referral from the West Virginia Small Business Development Center in Martinburg, WV when I was looking for entrepreneurs to be apart of our new ETALK series. The first time I talked with Jonathan on the phone his passion and drive was instantly contagious and I loved his business concept. I said to myself I have got to hear his story and share it with our listeners. It was a great show packed full of valuable information for entrepreneurs and small business owners.
Go now to RowdyOrbit.com and watch several webshows. I highly recommend the webseries “Exit Strategy”. It is brilliant. It was smart and funny and kept me coming back for more. You can follow Jonathan Moore on http://twitter.com/RowdyOrbit and stay up on the latest news in the Rowdy Orbit world.