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Daniele RossiDaniele Rossi is a digital strategist specializing in telling stories through engaging content. He is the author and illustrator of Stuttering is Cool and the host of the Stuttering is Cool Podcast. He also runs Stutter Social a vibrant community on Google+, which has been featured in stories in the Globe and Mail newspaper in Toronto and the CBC.

Talking about community, podcasting, stuttering, and job hunting.

NBN25 Show Notes

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Check out my book, New Business Networking: How to Effectively Grow Your Business Network Using Online and Offline Methods.

The National Stuttering Association Conference.

We talk about Washington DC.

Daniele began the Spudcast podcast in 2007 about his comic.

We speak about community and the importance of conferences likes PodCamp Toronto and Podcasters Across Borders.

Networking with a stutter.

He was inspired to talk about his stutter on his podcast, which sparked his idea about a podcast for stutterers.

One percent of the world’s population stutter.

In November 2007, Daniele launched Stuttering is Cool. He inspired people to record messages with their stutters, and he would include them on the show.

The podcast inspired his book, Stuttering is Cool. He felt he could include info from his podcast, so new listeners didn’t have to listen to all 170+ previous episodes.

“Life is too short to be serious about everything.”

Canadian humour compared to British and American humor.

Friday the 13th is Stuttering is Cool Day. Do something you are afraid to do!

Follow #stutteringiscool on Twitter.

Daniele Rossi NBN RadioHe realized he has a brand when his book came out.

Why Twitter is a strong medium for building a community.

You can’t grow your network overnight on social media.

Daniele’s network have become advocates for his book.

Globe and Mail article, "Online hangout brings stutterers together".

Stutter Social Google Hangout video chat. 4 times a week.

Google Canada and CBC took notice.

Post conference depression.

Self publishing over traditional publishing

Job hunting tips.

You’ve got to talk to the right people.

Get yourself out of the house.

Keep exercising!

App Recommendation: Telegram App and OTR (Old Time Radio)

Book Recommendation: The Writing on the Wall

Contact Daniele: danielerossi.ca or @danielerossi on Twitter.

Direct download: NBN25.mp3
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RandFishkin NBN24 Be Your Authentic Self with Rand FishkinRand Fishkin, is co-founder of Moz, a software as a service company that sells inbound marketing and marketing analytics software subscriptions. Rand is also the co-author of The Art of SEO NBN24 Be Your Authentic Self with Rand Fishkin, and is host to the brilliant Help Me Help You Dinner networking group.

Talking about SEO, authenticity, and networking

NBN24 Show Notes

Join the NBN Club today.

Listen to episode 24 in iTunes or Stitcher.

Get your free audio book by visiting Audible.com! Do it now and support this show please.

Record your audio comment or networking tip here.

Check out my book, New Business Networking: How to Effectively Grow Your Business Network Using Online and Offline Methods.

Elite Privilege, Ivy League Schools, and Uncommon Advice for Building a Network

The world is still driven by social interactions.

Rand’s Mom was running an old-school print marketing company. Her clients started needing web sites, so she introduced Rand. He dropped out of school and went into business for himself.

My interview with Hugh Forrest, director of SXSW Interactive.

Rand doesn’t have a big plan when he attends conferences. He always tries to be his authentic self.

Help Me Help You Dinner. Bring people together. Tell them what you need help with. Explain how you can help.

How important are blogs these days? Rand explains.

A blog enables you to publish simply and easily.

Think of your own personal brand just like an organization of a larger size and have a content strategy.

What is it that you’re publishing that’s going to earn you the attention, interest, and awareness that will hopefully earn you trust and likability.

Advice about blogging. Promote other people!

Don’t ignore SEO (Search Engine Optimization).

SEO is a process, it’s an ongoing thing.

SEO, amplification, social media are muscles. You need to flex them or they will fade away.

Tips for finding your audience and niche.

Ask, “What do you need help with?”

Put yourself in your audience’s shoes.

Rand tries to run his entire life using Gmail.

My mission is to help. Serendipity will do the rest.

Social Norms VS. Market Norms.

Be a more authentic version of yourself.

3 LinkedIn tips.

Check out FollowerWonk.com.

How Rand would grow his network all over again.

How to find the unasked, un-obvious questions.

App Recommendation: Hotel Tonight and Dolphin Browser.

Book Recommendation: The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian NBN24 Be Your Authentic Self with Rand Fishkin by Sherman Alexie.

Contact Rand: rand AT moz.com or @randfish on Twitter.

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Direct download: NBN24.mp3
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Thom SingerThom Singer is a professional speaker, trainer, and author of Some Assembly RequiredBatteries Not IncludedNetworking Unplugged, and The ABC’s series including: The ABC's OF EntrepreneursThe ABC's of Speaking, and The ABC's of Networking. Thom has trained more than 5,000 professionals in the art of building professional contacts that lead to increased business.

Talking about networking, hand-written notes, and public speaking.

NBN23 Show Notes

Join the NBN Club today.

Listen to episode 23 in iTunes or Stitcher.

Get your free audio book by visiting Audible.com! Do it now and support this show please.

Thanks to Billy Burle for his audio comment. Record one now.

Please pick up a copy of my book, New Business Networking: How to Effectively Grow Your Business Network Using Online and Offline Methods.

We have to remember the other people at networking events aren’t there to serve us.

Remember the other person wants their turn to talk, give it to them first.

Follow up!

It’s up to you to own the follow up.

How to listen better online and offline.

Thom is a huge believer in hand-written notes. He writes five to ten notes per week, and sends 250 - 500 notes per year.

Thom Singer NBN RadioThom shares his thoughts on card writing services.

What call to actions should you use in your follow up?

Thom asks people, “What’s your biggest challenge?” at networking events. He then finds ways to provide the solution from members of his network.

If you don’t ask, you can’t help.

Thom makes notes on business cards. More on this here.

NB12 - Interview with John Morgan on personal branding.

A brand is a promise.

Use your calendar to set reminders to follow up with people.

Thom uses LinkedIn a couple of hours a day every July and December to follow up with his LinkedIn connections. He uses email or phone to check in.

The Coffee, Meal, or Beer LinkedIn Rule.

How Thom became a popular, professional speaker.

Check out Toastmasters!

How improv can help.

To wing a presentation makes it look like you don’t care about the audience.

The National Speakers Association.

App Recommendation: MyFitnessPal.
Book Recommendation: The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Changeby Stephen R. Covey, and CRUSH IT! by Gary Vaynerchuk.
Contact Thom: at thomsinger.com.

Please leave a review in iTunes or Stitcher Radio. Every review is sincerely appreciated.
You can subscribe to the show by RSSemail, or in iTunes and Stitcher Radio. You will never miss an episode!

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Direct download: NBN23.mp3
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