On today’s show I’m going to introduce you to Justin Brooke, who’s kind of a paid traffic expert. He is the founder of IMScalable an agency that specializes in paid traffic management.
On today’s show we’re talking to Samuel, who’s the founder of UserOnboard.com. What we normally talk about is SaaS startups and growth and traffic and everything. But Samuel is an expert in user experience. What we’re going to talk about specifically is all about user onboarding for SaaS apps.
On today’s show we’re going to talk to Travis Ketchum, who is the founder of a company called Contest Domination. And Contest Domination is a SaaS app that enables you to create contests on your website to get thousands of leads.
On today’s show I’m delighted to welcome Saul Fleishman. Saul is the founder of a company called RiteTag. And RiteTag is a company that optimizes your social traffic all around hashtags. It allows you to fully optimize your hashtags so that you get the highest benefit.
Today I want to talk about Twitter and Twitter traffic. Are you in or are you out? If you’re not a user of Twitter, then you are missing out on a whole world of folks who are only using Twitter. With you not being in that world, then you’re missing out on a whole potential customer segment and you’re missing out on traffic and authority from that world.
On today’s show we’ve got Robert Burns who is the founder and CEO of a company called prREACH. It’s a highly successful online press release company. Not only do they publish and syndicate press releases to tier one syndication networks.
On today’s show I have a young gentleman called Trevor Page who’s joining me to talk about his new start up which is called Survey-2-Sale. It’s an amazing little app and I’m not going to go into great detail. I’m going to let Trevor explain it to you. Essentially it’s a tool that really increases the sales on any website, right?
Today, I have Austin Neudecker on the show and Austin is an ex-MIT grad. He’s been in Y Combinator, he’s a serial entrepreneur and heavily involved in the San Diego startup scene. He’s recently launched a new product called Membright. And it’s a fascinating piece of software that runs on the mobile platform.
Chuck Longanecker is the founder of Digital Telepathy. This company’s design ethos is behind some of the most ground breaking companies and personalities on the web today. He shares some amazing insights on the show.
Today I’m going to be talking about how to name your product or even company. Firstly, don’t go crazy about finding a name, and by that I mean a lot of people go spend weeks on this thing. And they do surveys, they go and run contests and spend lots of money on a branding agency.