Jon Henshaw discusses topics and insights related to SEO, Content Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Social Media Marketing, and Webmaster resources.
Episode 12: Interview with crypto and Web3 skeptic Stephen Diehl
Stephen Diehl is a London-based software engineer working in the financial sector that has written and been outspoken about why Web3 is economically and technologically a terrible idea. In a 40-minute interview with Jon Henshaw, the two discuss the religious fervor surrounding Web3, why crypto is repeating history and will end badly, and how Web3 is already primarily centralized. They also discussed the Metaverse's potential impact on future generations and the promise no-code technology might have on society.
Episode 11: Fabric CEO Faisal Masud and Co-founder Ryan Bartley discuss startups, the problem with low-touch platforms, and the unique capabilities of headless commerce
Fabric Co-founder Ryan Bartley discusses how Fabric went from an idea to a startup company, and CEO Faisal Masud reveals Shopify Plus’ Achilles heel. Then they talk about what companies can do with headless commerce and what to expect from the future of ecommerce.
Episode 10: Drew Strojny discusses creating Memberful and why startups should run lean
Drew Strojny, Founder of Memberful, discusses how his frustration to find a good subscription service led him to create his own software, and how being a lean startup helped him during periods of slow growth.
Episode 9: Die With Me and the trouble with Apple
Dries Depoorter and David Surprenant discuss their struggle to get Apple to accept the final version of their app, Die With Me, into the App Store because it unintentionally brought attention to Apple's battery problems.
Marketing News Recap: Google, OUYA, W3C, WHATWG, Twitter, and Rev
Google debuts a new mobile SERP that makes paid and organic results look the same, the browser makers take over the HTML and DOM standards, and Twitter buys a company to help make it less toxic.
Samantha Anderl on building a marketing foundation for scale
I spoke to Samantha Anderl, Co-founder of Interimly, and we discussed the best marketing channels for new businesses, and why companies should focus on building a marketing foundation that can scale with their growth.