• How the WordPress Ecosystem Works

    Join us as WordPress core contributor and super-popular WordCamp speaker Steven Word shares how the WordPress ecosystem works. If you've used WordPress in your business and just never bothered to learn about the community or if you're a seasoned WordPress pro, you'll learn valuable information you can use to stay on top of your WordPress game. If you want to build amazing things with WordPress, you don't want to miss this podcast! Original Air Date: July 25, 2017
  • From Real Estate to Robotics

    Tim Barsness speaks with Jordan French ‎Founding CMO at BeeHex, Inc. 3D Food Printing, Contributor at Techcrunch | Huffington Post | Tech.co. Jordan French a serial entrepreneur with five different companies ranging from real estate to robotics. He is a regular contributor to Entrepreneur, tech.co, TechCrunch, Influencive, business.com, Thrive magazine and Huffington Post. Original Air Date: July 25, 2017
  • The Evolution of Conversion Rate Optimization

    The Evolution of Conversion Rate Optimization is discussed David Szetela speaks with the author of the bestselling book Landing Page Optimization, and CEO of SiteTuners and the chair for the Conversion Conference, Tim Ash. Tim explains how more people are discovering the importance of conversion rate optimization so much so that the Conversion Conference will evolve next May when their annual event in Las Vegas will be re-positioned as Digital Growth Unleashed. Original Air Date: July 20, 2017
  • Google Search Console Sees Changes to Impressions and Position Data

    Google Search Console Sees Changes to Impressions and Position Data as Google made some changes to make searches with lower positions more accurate, which is reflected in the changes. Google has posted an update in their Data Anomalies list, as well as including a notation when you look at your data in Search Analytics within Search Console. Original Air Date: July 20, 2017
  • New Use Cases For Data-Driven App Marketing - And Convincing Reasons Why Pinterest Is Hot

    Our host Peggy Anne Salz and guest Jonathan Kay, co-founder of Apptopia, discuss new use cases for data to power your app marketing and why marketers should pay more attention to Pinterest. Drawing from a popular blog published by Apptopia, a competitive intelligence provider for players in the app economy, Jon reveals the data-driven opportunities marketers can harness - across Pinterest and other networks - to connect with users and drive conversions. Original Air Date: July 19, 2017

  • Cyber Censorship and Press Freedom

    Bennet Kelley discusses Cyber Censorship and Press Freedom with the Advocacy and Communications Director for Reporters Without Borders (RSF) Margaux Ewen. Margaux joined RSF’s US office in July 2015 with a background in International Law. She has degrees from the Sorbonne in France and the George Washington University Law School in the US and speaks fluent French. Original Air Date: July 19, 2017
  • Helping Online Retailers Build and Grow Their E-Commerce Stores

    Today on fjorgecast Tim Barsness we will be talking with Sara Bacon about her e-commerce agency, Command C. Since 2004 they have been helping online retailers build and grow their e-commerce stores. Their sweet spot is serving brands that have $1 – $10 million per year in online sales and a group of loyal fans. They talk about everything from creating the company to the complex nature of e-commerce itself. Also a deep dive into Sara's background and some of the exciting things she has accomplished in her career. Original Air Date: July 18, 2017
  • Tips from Top Speech Writer Elaine Bennett

    We hear from Elaine Bennett, an award-winning speech writer who has written for Warren Buffet and Governor Howard Dean, and numerous financial and business consulting firms. Why do we want our listeners to hear a speech writer? Well, In our experience communications style, and specifically presentation style is often a problem for startup CEO’s. They are usually engineer-inventors and not at all accustomed to public speaking, much less getting their ideas across and even less, pitching to investors. Elaine provides tips and guidelines startup founders and CEOs need to communicate their visions. Original Air Date: July 17, 2017
  • The Boomerang Priniciple and Inspiring Lifetime Loyalty from Employees

    Dush speaks with Acclaimed author Lee Caraher, to talk about her latest book, THE BOOMERANG PRINCIPLE: Inspire Lifetime Loyalty from Your Employees. She explains in the book that "Job hopping" is the new norm, especially for Millennials. However, there seems to be a deep-seated resentment about the perceived lack of loyalty shown by employees to their colleagues and employers. Caraher says that the consequence of this resentment is debilitating to businesses of all sizes across the country. Original Air Date: July 17, 2017
  • Google is now showing when a user submits hours that don’t match the hours

    Today on SEO 101 the guys talk about a plethora of differnt topics from good to noindex. Google Flags User Submitted Store Hours in Local Knowledge Panel. Google is now showing when a user submits hours that don’t match the hours either Google has added or that the business has submitted, and flags them clearly as being different hours that someone has submitted. Google began rolling out a job search feature in Google Search. Shortly after, they announced the job posting schema which was being tested for some time. In short, this feature allows you to search Google for jobs or specific types of jobs or location of jobs and get job listings directly in the search results. Also Columnist Eric Enge summarizes a session from the recent SMX Advanced conference on Accelerated Mobile Pages. Plus your Questions, all today on SEO 101. Original Air Date: July 17, 2017
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