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Ep. 45: Tom Merritt Creating Sword & Laser and Daily Tech News Show

We are excited to have Tom Merritt on The Influencer Economy. He’s a host, producer and a modern day renaissance man in the video and audio world. He is an old school radio guy and now hosts among his many popular podcasts:  The Daily Tech News Show, Sword and Laser, and Cord Killers.

Tom is

Ep. 44: Bryan Alvarez on Figure Four Leg Locks and Becoming the Top Wrestling MMA Podcaster

 

Bryan Alvarez one of the hardest working men in the wrestling and MMA audio business. And we were excited to have him join the show this week.

Bryan is a former wrestler who he started making internet radio back in 1999. In other words he is old school in the podcasting world.

Bryan’s work covers the

Ep. 42: Sarah Weichel on My Drunk Kitchen, Managing YouTube Creators & Writing Books

Sarah Weichel is one smart cookie.  She manages some of the biggest YouTube creators on the planet and helps them build-out long term businesses.  She is extremely wise and there is a lot to learn from her. As a business manager (talent manager) for some of the biggest YouTuber creators in the world (like

Ep. 40: Burnie Burns of Rooster Teeth and Red vs. Blue (Influencer Economy Anniversary Episode)

For this week’s episode, we go back to where it all began: Episode 1 with Burnie Burns.

It’s only appropriate to re-post the Burnie Burns episode, which kicked this whole thing off. Burnie’s company Rooster Teeth is an online video and media juggernaut. He is an inspiration to me, and so many other creators in the

Ep. 39 Tucker Max: How to Finally Write Your Best-Selling Book

In this episode, Tucker Max details his successful career as an author. He also gives advice to aspiring authors and talks about his new business venture: Book in a Box. Tucker really opens up in this interview, so you won’t want to miss it. Tucker has been sued over his blog, was initially rejected by the publishing industry

Ep. 38: Jordan Harbinger – The Art of Charm Podcast, Boot Camp and Media Company

Jordan Harbinger, host of the #1 business podcast The Art of Charm, stops by the show.  He details how he built his start-up media company-  The Art of Charm.

Jordan is an OG (original gangster) podcaster, starting back in 2006 . He was motivated to kick-off The Art of Charm after working for a corporate law firm on

Ep. 37- Paul Jarvis: How to Build an Audience Before Selling Your Product

Paul Jarvis is a best-selling author, writer, web designer, and podcast host as well as the chief of “giving you a gentle kick in the pants” to get over your creative fears.  Paul Jarvis dropped by the show to talk about creativity, building audience and working on your own projects. He details his writing process,

Ep. 35 & 36: Dan Pashman – The Sporkful’s Guide to Building a Food Media Brand From Scratch

Dan Pashman, host of the The Sporkful podcast and author of the best-selling book “Eat More Better” stopped by the show. Dan details the secrets of how he built his successful food podcast that is ‘for eaters, not foodies.”

Dan says that every meal is an opportunity for greatness, and his quirky and irreverent style

Ep. 34 – ​Jayson Gaignard: Why Your Legacy is More Important Than Currency

Jayson Gaignard dropped by to detail how he created his MasterMind Talks Series, and has built lifelong connections by introducing influencers and experts via “Mastermind Dinners.”
Jayson is a black belt in networking, building community and relationships. We go deep into the value of connecting like-minded indviduals and helping others always comes back to you.  Jayson

Ep. 33: Nir Ayel’s on his “Hooked” Model Book and Self-Publishing an Ebook Bestseller

Nir Ayel details “Hooked: How to Build Habit Forming Products,” and self-publishing a best-selling NY Times ebook on Stories From the Influencer Economy. Author Nir Eyal joins the podcast for a discussion around his NY Times best-selling book “Hooked:  How to Build Habit Forming Products.”  Nir explains the 4-step process around building products that capture people’s