Homerisdom 027: Double-Decker Marketing

Talk about creative marketing vehicles? Business Unconventional’s Homer Hudson Hillis, Jr., Certified Entrepreneur #1, tells us how he used a 1956 red double-decker bus to draw attention to his former retail beads-and-crafts stores, Friendze.

Hillis says the bus still has plenty of good miles left on it – for the right, creative entrepreneur. Hillis is seeking a buyer for his double-decker bus. Those interested in learning more about the bus can phone B. Unconventional at 303-800-6081, or contact Homer directly at homer@BUnconventional.com.

Originally a ‘garage entrepreneur,’ Hillis is a veteran serial business developer who has a knack for spotting opportunity where most others don’t.  Based in Abilene, Texas, Hills is the owner of HHH Enterprises, a multi-faceted business with customers throughout the United States.

To feature Homer as a speaker at your next business function, contact him via Business Unconventional at 303-800-6081 or write him at: homer@BUnconventional.com.

Homer’s weekly segments on B. Unconventional are sponsored in part by NewsBios.com – where you’ll find in-depth, unauthorized dossiers on more than 7,000 of the world’s most influential journalists.  Get to know the journalists who interview you better than their own newsroom colleagues know them.

Length:  8 minutes

Original Air Date:  April 29, 2012

Direct download: 027-HomerCollection-Double-Decker.mp3
Category:Homerisdoms -- posted at: 12:20pm MST

Show Me How & Why Advertising Works - Episode #27, Segment #4

Two veteran advertising strategists discuss the merits of investing in advertising campaigns, including the many non-tangible benefits that create value.

Rich Carr, a regular Business Unconventional contributor, heads Carr Knowledge Interactive Marketing & Advertising, Inc., based in Seattle.  To read a full profile of Rich, click here.

Ric Bender, a top account executive with Salem Radio in Denver, specializes in helping small businesses harness the power of radio advertising and social marketing to give their businesses a competitive edge.  Ric is the liaison between Business Unconventional and its host station, 710 KNUS AM in Denver.

B. sure to follow B. Unconventional on Twitter: @BUnRadio

Business Unconventional is hosted by David Biondo and Dean Rotbart and airs each Sunday morning at 8 a.m. (MDT).  The program is also streamed over the Internet at www.710KNUS.com

Original air date: April 29, 2012
Photo: Rich Carr, Carr Knowledge

Direct download: 042912_BUnconventional_Segment-4_13_50minA.mp3
Category:Advertising -- posted at: 12:03pm MST

Mother’s Day Retailing Strategies and Jeffery B. Jewelers - Episode #27, Segment #3

Business owner Jeffery Bolling discusses his approach to Mother’s Day, an important holiday for jeweler’s nationwide, with co-hosts David Biondo and Dean Rotbart.

Bolling is unusual in that he is not only a full-service retail jeweler, he is also the designer of some of the most popular items sold in his Aurora, Colorado store, Jeffrey B. Jewelers.

Among Bolling’s most-popular creations are the “Eternity Bridal” and “Believer’s Cross.”  His story is located at 7500 S. Gartrell Road.

B. Unconventional airs each Sunday morning at 8 a.m. (MDT).  The program is also streamed over the Internet at www.710KNUS.com.

Original Air Date: April 29, 2012
Photo: Jeffrey Bolling

Direct download: 042912_BUnconventional_Segment-3_10minA.mp3
Category:Retailing -- posted at: 6:30am MST

Winning New Customers For Peanuts - Episode #27, Segment #2

Justin Aller is a stealth (camo-uflaged) marketing genius.  Well, actually, he is a pretty conventional State Farm insurance agent who has come up with a very unconventional marketing vehicle: his own Chevy Avalanche.

Justin shares with Business Unconventional listeners how he transformed his everyday routine – driving to and fro – into a powerful sales lead generating engine. When the Colorado Rockies opened their 2012 Major League Baseball season on April 9th at Coors Field, Justin and his colleagues were right in the middle of the action. Literally.

Business Unconventional is hosted by David Biondo and Dean Rotbart and airs each Sunday morning at 8 a.m. (MDT).  The program is also streamed over the Internet at www.710KNUS.com. 

Original air date: April 29, 2012
Photo: Justin Aller, www.camoagent.com

B. Unconventional is sponsored in part by Signal Butte Financial Corp., which provides individuals and businesses no-risk, proven methods to safely grow their wealth and wave goodbye to conventional banks and other lenders.  For more information, click here or phone David Biondo for a free, zero-obligation personal briefing.  His number is 303-800-6420

Direct download: 042912_BUnconventional_Segment-2_14min-A.mp3
Category:Marketing -- posted at: 8:21pm MST

A Double-Decker Marketing Vehicle - Episode #27, Segment #1

Business Unconventional regular contributor, Homer Hudson Hillis, Jr., shares his experience using a 1956 double-decker red bus as a rolling billboard for his former retail bead-and-crafts store business, Friendze. Homer is B. Unconventional's Certified Entrepreneur #1.

Also joining co-hosts David Biondo and Dean Rotbart is Justin Aller, a Lakewood, Colorado-based State Farm insurance agent, who like Hillis, is using a Chevy Avalanche to draw special attention to his business.

Hillis is seeking a buyer for his double-decker bus. Those interested in learning more about the bus can phone B. Unconventional at 303-800-6081, or contact Homer directly at homer@BUnconventional.com

This segment’s 710 KNUS AM station ID features previous B. Unconventional guest Laura Libby, travel resource program manager with the Colorado Tourism Office.

B. Unconventional airs each Sunday morning at 8 a.m. (MDT).  The program is also streamed over the Internet at www.710KNUS.com.

Original Air Date:  April 29, 2012
Photo: Homer Hillis’s double-decker bus


Direct download: 042912_BUnconventional_Segment-1_9min.mp3
Category:Marketing -- posted at: 9:29am MST

Homerisdom 026: Team Building – From the UN to the Indiana Pacers

Jim Morris, president of Pacers Sports & Entertainment, spoke recently at Impact 2012, a seminar organized by Abilene Christian University.

Business Unconventional’s Homer Hudson Hillis, Jr., Certified Entrepreneur #1, was on hand to hear Morris’s remarks and to discover they share a common passion: their dogs. 

Homer reports that Morris is an expert on team building.  Prior to joining the Pacers, Morris was the executive director for the United Nations World Food Programme, where he led the world’s largest humanitarian agency.  In both jobs, Morris used his team-building skills to achieve success.

Originally a ‘garage entrepreneur,’ Hillis is a veteran serial business developer who has a knack for spotting opportunity where most others don’t.  Based in Abilene, Texas, Hillis is the owner of HHH Enterprises, a multi-faceted business with customers throughout the United States. 

To feature Homer as a speaker at your next business function, contact him via Business Unconventional at 303-800-6081 or write him at: homer@BUnconventional.com.

Homer’s weekly segments on B. Unconventional are sponsored in part by NewsBios.com – where you’ll find in-depth, unauthorized dossiers on more than 7,000 of the world’s most influential journalists.  Get to know the journalists who interview you better than their own newsroom colleagues know them.

Length:  4:47     
Original Air Date:  April 22, 2012
Photo:  Jim Morris, Pacers Sports & Entertainment 

Direct download: Homer_Collection.mp3
Category:Team Building -- posted at: 8:33pm MST

DOT Marks the Spot Hit's a Bulls-Eye for its Inventor - Episode #26, Segment #4

Hear our exclusive interview with Susan and Nick Grillo, co-owners of DOT Marks the Spot. The Grillos discuss Susan's amazing universal marking system, which makes hanging picture frames, shelfs, wall decor, mirrors, TV mounts, etc. a snap!

You can also watch Susan demonstrate DOT Marks the Spot on our B. Unconventional YouTube Channel, here

Business Unconventional is hosted by David Biondo and Dean Rotbart and airs each Sunday morning at 8 a.m. (MDT).  The program is also streamed over the Internet at www.710KNUS.com.

  

Original air date: April 22, 2012
Photo: Susan Grillo, DOT Marks the Spot 

Direct download: 042212_BUnconventional_Segment-4_13_50Min.mp3
Category:Inventors -- posted at: 8:02pm MST

Kriser’s Big Business in Big Dogs and Cuddly Cats - Episode #26, Segment #3

Brad Kriser, founder and CEO of Kriser's, the all-natural pet food and supplies chain, shares with B. Unconventional listeners his company's core strategy as well as offers a preview of the chain's brand new outlet - its first in Colorado.

Kriser says that he and his team chose the Denver market for expansion after extensive consideration of local demographics, including the sizable disposable incomes of Denverites; residents' propensity to own big dogs (who eat lots of pet food); and the fact that Colorado already hosts a variety of all-natural supermarkets that specialize in fresh foods.  The chain has nine other stores; seven in Chicago and two in Southern California.

Business Unconventional is hosted by David Biondo and Dean Rotbart and airs each Sunday morning at 8 a.m. (MDT).  The program is also streamed over the Internet at www.710KNUS.com.

Original air date: April 22, 2012
Photo: Brad Kriser 


Direct download: 042212_BUnconventional-3_10min.mp3
Category:Pet Industry -- posted at: 7:30pm MST

Standout Small Businesses and What They Have in Common - Episode #26, Segment #2

Robert Blankenship, Chief Operating Officer of the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, and Joe Barrows, vice president of private banking at Colorado Business Bank, are in-studio to discuss the 2012 Business Awards Luncheon, scheduled for Friday, April 27, 2012.

This marks the the 40th year since the Denver Chamber first instituted the Small Business of the Year awards.  Blankenship and Barrows explain the criteria that the Chamber uses to nominate the three finalists in each of six categories.

This is part two of a two-part interview.  Read full article here.

Also on this segment, regular B. Unconventional contributor, Homer Hudson Hillis, Jr., reports on a forum that he attended, sponsored by Abilene Christian University, featuring Jim Morris, president, of the Indiana Pacers basketball team and expert on building teams - in sports and in business.  Hillis and Morris discovered they share a common interest: their pets!

Business Unconventional is hosted by David Biondo and Dean Rotbart and airs each Sunday morning at 8 a.m. (MDT).  The program is also streamed over the Internet at www.710KNUS.com


Original air date: April 22, 2012
Photo: Joe Barrows, Colorado Business Bank

 

B. Unconventional is sponsored in part by Signal Butte Financial Corp., which provides individuals and businesses no-risk, proven methods to safely grow their wealth and wave goodbye to conventional banks and other lenders.  For more information, click here or phone David Biondo for a free, zero-obligation personal briefing.  His number is 303-800-6420. 

Direct download: 042212_BUnconventional_Segment-2_14Min.mp3
Category:Awards -- posted at: 5:21pm MST

And the Winner Is… Denver Metro Chamber Small Business Awards - Episode #26, Segment #1

The red carpet will be rolled out on Friday, April 27, 2012 as the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce hosts its annual Business Awards Luncheon, including recognition of the Small Business of the Year winner.

There are three finalists for this year's honor: GroundFloor Media; Enserca, LLC; and Platte River Networks.

Joining us to discuss the Chamber awards are Robert Blankenship, Chief Operating Officer, and Joe Barrows, Vice President of Private Banking at Colorado Business Bank.  Barrows was one of this year's award judges.

This is part one of a two-part interview.  Read the full article here.

Business Unconventional is hosted by David Biondo and Dean Rotbart and airs each Sunday morning at 8 a.m. (MDT).  The program is also streamed over the Internet at www.710KNUS.com


Original air date: April 22, 2012
Photo:
 Robert Blankenship, Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce

B. Unconventional is sponsored in part by Signal Butte Financial Corp., which provides individuals and businesses no-risk, proven methods to safely grow their wealth and wave goodbye to conventional banks and other lenders.  For more information, click here or phone David Biondo for a free, zero-obligation personal briefing.  His number is 303-800-6420. 

Direct download: 042212_BUnconventional_Segment-1_9Min.mp3
Category:Awards -- posted at: 5:16pm MST

Homerisdom 025: Building an Effective Customer Referral System

Often it costs nothing to create, but an effective customer referral system can deliver huge profits to business owners who are savvy enough to develop and implement them. 

Business Unconventional’s Homer Hudson Hillis, Jr., Certified Entrepreneur #1, explains the importance of lead generation and referrals and offers a few examples of how to do them well.

Originally a ‘garage entrepreneur,’ Hillis is a veteran serial business developer who has a knack for spotting opportunity where most others don’t.  Based in Abilene, Texas, Hills is the owner of HHH Enterprises, a multi-faceted business with customers throughout the United States.


To feature Homer as a speaker at your next business function, contact him via Business Unconventional at 303-800-6081 or write him at: homer@BUnconventional.com.

Homer’s weekly segments on B. Unconventional are sponsored in part by NewsBios.com – where you’ll find in-depth, unauthorized dossiers on more than 7,000 of the world’s most influential journalists.  Get to know the journalists who interview you better than their own newsroom colleagues know them.

 

Length:  5:02
Original Air Date:  April 15, 2012

Direct download: Homer_Collection__025_Referral_Systems.mp3
Category:Homerisdoms -- posted at: 11:10am MST

99 Things To Know Before You Stress Out - Episode #25, Segment #4

Lauren E. Miller is a nationally recognized expert on anxiety relief and stress reduction; an author; motivational speaker; and one-to-one coach (four, six and eight-week programs).  A majority of her clients are business owners and entrepreneurs.

She joins co-hosts David Biondo and Dean Rotbart to discuss ways in which listeners can navigate their way back to inner peace. Lauren’s core advice, which she shares with B. Unconventional listeners, is to “remain the gatekeeper of your thoughts.” Along with noted author and speaker Les Brown, Lauren is a cofounder of Stress Solutions University.

Business Unconventional airs each Sunday morning at 8 a.m. (MDT).  The program is also streamed over the Internet at www.710KNUS.com.

B. Unconventional is sponsored in part by Signal Butte Financial Corp., which provides individuals and businesses no-risk, proven methods to safely grow their wealth and wave goodbye to conventional banks and other lenders.  For more information, click here or phone David Biondo for a free, zero-obligation personal briefing.  His number is 303-800-6420.

Original air date: April 15, 2012
Photo: Lauren E. Miller

Direct download: 041512-BUnconventional_Segment-4_13_50.mp3
Category:Motivational -- posted at: 3:27pm MST

Special Guest Tom Ziglar on Finding Your Success Code - Episode #25, Segment #3

Tom Ziglar, son of legendary business trainer, motivational speaker and author, Zig Ziglar, is our special guest. Tom shares some of the core lessons of his new book, Born to Win: Find Your Success Code, co-written with his dad.  The book offers straightforward wisdom on how to get focused, organized and systematized.

Unlike Zig, who was broadly focused in his training, Tom, the CEO of Ziglar Inc., has chosen to tailor his message and training to small business owners and entrepreneurs – a perfect fit for the Business Unconventional listening audience.

Business Unconventional is hosted by David Biondo and Dean Rotbart and airs each Sunday morning at 8 a.m. (MDT).  The program is also streamed over the Internet at www.710KNUS.com.

B. Unconventional is sponsored in part by Signal Butte Financial Corp., which provides individuals and businesses no-risk, proven methods to safely grow their wealth and wave goodbye to conventional banks and other lenders.  For more information, click here or phone David Biondo for a free, zero-obligation personal briefing.  His number is 303-800-6420.


Original air date: April 15, 2012 
Photo: Zig and Tom Ziglar

Direct download: 041512_BUnconventional_Segment-3_10Min.mp3
Category:Motivational -- posted at: 3:18pm MST

Building an Effective Customer Referral System - Episode #25, Segment #2

Terry Douglas and Christie Denniston of Catapult Public and Investor Relations are in-studio to offer listeners highlights of their recent presentation to the Western District Conference of the Public Relations Society of America.  

Titled “Staking a Market Leading Position Through Public Relations,” Douglas’s and Denniston’s remarks at PRSA emphasized that when it comes to market leadership, perception is reality.  Even companies as small as two people can project an image of authority and preeminence.  This is part two of a two-part interview.

Business Unconventional is hosted by David Biondo and Dean Rotbart and airs each Sunday morning at 8 a.m. (MDT).  The program is also streamed over the Internet at www.710KNUS.com.

Also on this segment, Homer Hudson Hillis, Jr., Certified Entrepreneur #1, discusses why every business owner should develop an effective referral system.  Hillis, a regular contributor and serial entrepreneur, is CEO of HHH Enterprises in Abilene, Texas.

Original air date: April 15, 2012 
Photo: David Biondo (l) and Dean Rotbart


Direct download: 041512-BUnconventional_Segment-2_14Min.mp3
Category:Public Relations -- posted at: 3:13pm MST

Catapult PR and How You Can Stake a Market Leading Position - Episode #25, Segment #1

Terry Douglas and Christie Denniston of Catapult Public and Investor Relations are in-studio to offer listeners highlights of their recent presentation to the Western District Conference of the Public Relations Society of America.  

Titled “Staking a Market Leading Position Through Public Relations,” Douglas’s and Denniston’s remarks at PRSA emphasized that when it comes to market leadership, perception is reality.  Even companies as small as two people can project an image of authority and preeminence.  This is part one of a two-part interview.

Business Unconventional is hosted by David Biondo and Dean Rotbart and airs each Sunday morning at 8 a.m. (MDT).  The program is also streamed over the Internet at www.710KNUS.com.

B. Unconventional is sponsored in part by Signal Butte Financial Corp., which provides individuals and businesses no-risk, proven methods to safely grow their wealth and wave goodbye to conventional banks and other lenders.  For more information, click here or phone David Biondo for a free, zero-obligation personal briefing.  His number is 303-800-6420.

Original air date: April 15, 2012 
Photo: Terry Douglas (l) and Christie Denniston

Direct download: 041512_BUnconventional_Segment-1_9Min.mp3
Category:Public Relations -- posted at: 3:05pm MST

Adult Stem Cells, Regenerative Medicine and the Facts Behind Peyton Manning's Treatment - Episode #24, Segment #4

Two of the nation's leading experts on the topic of adult stem cells are the guests on this segment of Business Unconventional.  They are Dr. Ben Guiot, a neurosurgeon affiliated with Littleton Adventist Hospital and South Denver Neurosurgery; and James Poser, PhD, chief scientific officer of Celling Biosciences, based in Austin, Texas.

Adult stem cells were central to the treatment and recovery of Peyton Manning, the SuperBowl-winning NFL quarterback who was recently signed by the Denver Broncos.  Drs. Guiot and Poser discuss the advances that are allowing many patients to benefit from similar medical technologies.

This is the final segment on this special edition of Business Unconventional, which dedicates all four segments to an examination of Colorado as a growing hub for medical and healthcare innovation.  Colorado is home to numerous physician-entrepreneurs and is the global base of the Society of Physician Entrepreneurs, a group dedicated to promoting advancements in healthcare.

Business Unconventional is hosted by David Biondo and Dean Rotbart and airs each Sunday morning at 8 a.m. (MDT).  The program is also streamed over the Internet at www.710KNUS.com.  

The program is also a sponsor of Medical Backbone, an initiative to honor and highlight the contributions of outstanding individuals and institutions to our nation's health infrastructure.  Dr. Guiot serves as chairman of the Medical BackBone Board of Advisors.

Original air date:  April 8, 2012 
Photo: Dr. Ben Guiot, South Denver Neurosurgery

Direct download: 040812_BUnconventional_Segment-4_13_50Min.mp3
Category:Healthcare -- posted at: 8:00am MST

Interview with Ruth Benton, CEO, New West Physicians - Episode #24, Segment #3

Ruth Benton, CEO of New West Physicians, is interviewed on this special edition of Business Unconventional, which dedicates all four segments to an examination of Colorado as a growing hub for medical and healthcare innovation.  

New West Physicians is a nationally acclaimed group of primary care physicians - based in Golden, Colorado -  that has won recognition as a role model of doctors who are delivering excellence in treatment and also containing healthcare costs.  Benton, a cofounder of the company, is one of Colorado's most-effective CEOs, not just in healthcare, but in any field.

New West Physicians serves patients from 16 greater Denver area offices.

Colorado is home to numerous physician-entrepreneurs and is the global base of the Society of Physician Entrepreneurs, a group dedicated to promoting advancements in healthcare.

Business Unconventional is hosted by David Biondo and Dean Rotbart and airs each Sunday morning at 8 a.m. (MDT).  The program is also streamed over the Internet at www.710KNUS.com.  

The program is also a sponsor of Medical Backbone, an initiative to honor and highlight the contributions of outstanding individuals and instutitions to our nation's health infrastructure.

Original air date:  April 8, 2012 
Photo: Ruth Benton, New West Physicians

Direct download: 040812_BUnconventional_Segment-3_10Min.mp3
Category:Healthcare -- posted at: 7:30am MST

The Potential of Nutritional Supplements in the Healthcare Mix - Episode #24, Segment #2

Dr. James Ehrlich discusses the role that non-regulated nutritional supplements can serve in helping to prevent major illnesses.  Dr. Ehrlich is also one of the nation's leading experts on early detection and prevention of major illnesses, including heart diseases and cancer.  He was founder of Colorado Heart and Body Imaging in 1996, and remains a cutting-edge medical/health businessman.

Dr. Ehrlich is a guest on this special edition of Business Unconventional, which dedicates all four segments to an examination of Colorado as a growing hub for medical and healthcare innovation.  Colorado is home to numerous physician-entrepreneurs and is the global base of the Society of Physician Entrepreneurs, a group dedicated to promoting advancements in healthcare.

This is the second of a two-part interview with Dr. Ehrlich, who is a clinical associate professor at the University of Colorado in Denver.

Also on this segment, we hear from Homer Hudson Hillis, Jr., B. Unconventional's Certified Entrepreneur #1, who shares his thoughts on how entrepreneurs can "reverse the risk" for their customers.

Business Unconventional is hosted by David Biondo and Dean Rotbart and airs each Sunday morning at 8 a.m. (MDT).  The program is also streamed over the Internet at www.710KNUS.com.  

The program is also a sponsor of Medical Backbone, an initiative to honor and highlight the contributions of outstanding individuals and instutitions to our nation's health infrastructure.

Original air date:  April 8, 2012 
Photo: James Ehrlich, M.D. 

Direct download: 040812_BUnconventional_Segment-2_14Min.mp3
Category:Healthcare -- posted at: 7:15am MST

Early Detection and Preventative Medicine - Episode #24, Segment #1

Dr. James Ehrlich is one of the nation's leading experts on early detection and prevention of major illnesses, including heart disease and cancer.  A founder of Colorado Heart and Body Imaging in 1996, he remains a cutting-edge medical/health entrepreneur.

Dr. Ehrlich is the first guest on this special edition of Business Unconventional, which dedicates all four segments to an examination of Colorado as a growing hub for medical and healthcare innovation.  Colorado is home to numerous physician-entrepreneurs and is the global base of the Society of Physician Entrepreneurs, a group dedicated to promoting advancements in healthcare.

This is the first of a two-part interview with Dr. Ehrlich, who is a clinical associate professor at the University of Colorado in Denver.

Business Unconventional is hosted by David Biondo and Dean Rotbart and airs each Sunday morning at 8 a.m. (MDT).  The program is also streamed over the Internet at www.710KNUS.com The program is also a sponsor of Medical Backbone, an initiative to honor and highlight the contributions of outstanding individuals and instutitions to our nation's health infrastructure.

Original air date:  April 8, 2012 
Photo: James Ehrlich, M.D. 

Direct download: 040812_BUnconventional_Segment-1_9Min.mp3
Category:Healthcare -- posted at: 7:00am MST

Monarch High School and Alkaline Clothing Highlight Young Entrepreneurs - Episode #23, Segment #4

Monarch High School in Louisville, Colorado offers students one of the best high school business and entrepreneurial educations in the state.  Thanks to dedicated teachers, such as Rudy Sumpter, Monarch consistently provides a headstart to those students who aspire to own or lead businesses in the future.

On this edition of Business Unconventional, Monarch's Sumpter is in studio to discuss the business track at Monarch High School.  Joining him is Taylor Palmie, a graduating senior, and co-founder of Alkaline Clothing LLC, a skateboard apparel company that is proving popular with students and area businesses.

Co-hosts David Biondo and Dean Rotbart discuss business education with Sumpter and Palmie.  Business Unconventional supports and encourages young entrepreneurs and invites others Colorado students who have already launched their own businesses to contact the program at 303-800-6081.

B. Unconventional airs each Sunday morning at 8 a.m. (MDT).  The program is also streamed over the Internet at www.710KNUS.com. 

Original air date:  April 1, 2012 

Photo: Rudy Sumpter, Monarch High School 

Direct download: 040112_BUnconventional_Segment-4_13_50Min.mp3
Category:Education -- posted at: 5:00am MST

Spider Trainers and Cyndie Shaffstall Bonus Interview - Pinterest, SEO and SMO

Cyndie Shaffstall, founder of Spider Trainers, continues her conversation with Business Unconventional co-hosts David Biondo and Dean Rotbart.  Cyndie is a guest on the April 1, 2012 show - Episode #23, where she discusses Pinterest, Google, Twitter, YouTube, SEO, SMO and other reputation management techniques.

Spider Trainers specializes in harnessing all of the Internet's social media assets to help "brand" individuals, including business executives, authors, consultants and musical performers.

This special bonus interview is sponsored by Signal Butte Financial Corp., which provides individuals and businesses no-risk, proven methods to safely grow their wealth and wave goodbye to conventional banks and other lenders.  For more information, click here or phone David Biondo for a free, zero-obligation personal briefing.  His number is 303-800-6420.

B. Unconventional airs each Sunday morning at 8 a.m. (MDT).  The program is also streamed over the Internet at www.710KNUS.com 

Original posting date:  March 31, 2012 
Photo: Cyndie Shaffstall, Spider Trainers

Direct download: 040112-Cyndie-Bonus-Podcast-040112.mp3
Category:Branding -- posted at: 6:55pm MST