This weekly podcast for "Smart-Savvy Entrepreneurs" is hosted by "Tiffany Odutoye [Oh-do-toy], known as "Tiffany-O".
The show features experts and enthusiasts ready to share insights related to social media, marketing, the nuances of running a virtual business in the age of web 2.0 and the most common issues/solutions facing entrepreneurs in the global economy.
Smart-Savvy Entrepreneur’s Talk with Teresa Cleveland [Podcast]
Podcast Segment: Women In Technology
Technology is an area of passion for Tiffany-O as well as helping women position themselves for greater leadership roles and heighten their visibility on technology conference platforms. Innovation happens and we want to learn, teach and show women how to get there and lead it! This segment is an empowerment segment. It will feature interviews with women in technology and men willing to share what it takes to play in their sandbox!
This session with Teresa Cleveland discusses options for running your blog and simple strategies for launching your online presence in a tight economy.
Smart-Savvy Entrepreneur’s Talk with Lori Raudnask
Podcast Segment: Networking Know How for Smart-Savvy Entrepreneurs.
Networking is not new, but for some it still is NOT working! This radio/podcast segment is designed to help smart-savvy entrepreneurs tighten up your online and offline skills. We'll also include tools and technology topics. It's one-on-one interviews and cool round-table discussions too.
Meet my guest: LORI RAUDNASK
Lori Raudnask is a passionate, professional, driven entrepreneurial woman. For over 34 years she has dedicated her skills to mastering and improving the “sales” experience. She has used her talents, persistence, advanced training techniques, and commitment to success to build a sales team that has generated over 100 million dollars in direct sales and helped to launch hundreds of successful women entrepreneurs.
Social ROI – How do you track and measure your social media marketing?
This year, Nate and I had another opportunity to kick around some ideas about ROI, which we've done ever since we first met. That concept is defined differently depending on who you are speaking to and what you want to measure: i.e. influence or investment (hard dollars and cents).
What matters most? And, how do you make the dollars-and-cents connection?
Listen in our conversation on this podcast segment for Smart-Savvy Entrepreneurs.