Michael is a social entrepreneur focused on building movements with global impact. As National Director of the Global Poverty Project, he co-created the inaugural Global Citizen Festival featuring performances by Neil Young, the Black Keys, and the Foo Fighters on New York City’s Great Lawn; the Festival raised more than 1.3 billion dollars in new commitments for programs serving the World’s poorest people. The broadcast was the largest syndicated broadcast of its kind, with over 15 million viewers on the New York Times, YouTube, AOL, and on television, the campaign received more than 3 billion media impressions. Tickets were given through an innovative new platform called Global Citizen which rewards social action with tangible rewards.
Michael started exploring the world and its cultures eighteen years ago on a study abroad program in Sri Lanka, where he later returned as a Fulbright Scholar. He was a graduate fellow in International Affairs and Development at Columbia University.
On today’s episode, we will discover why Michael is dedicated to learning and taking action to solve some of the world’s biggest challenges along with support from big influencers.
Christine McDannell is Co-Owner and President at Social Starfish, a full service Social Media marketing firm that customizes and manages Facebook Fan Pages, Twitter accounts, eNewsletters, and much more. On May 1st of 2010, Christine successfully sold Cleanology, an eco-friendly house cleaning company that she successfully built and nurtured from the ground up in just six years. She started it for three figures ($300 for a vacuum and cleaning supplies) and sold it for six figures.
In June of 2011, Christine decided to launch a sub-division of Social Starfish, Profit With Daily Deals, which deals with the exploding industry of Daily Deal sites (Groupon). She consults with business owners wanting to launch their deal by negotiating directly with the daily deal site, creating an upsell process, and setting up an automated follow-up system so the business owner can reap the benefits of the deal for months and years to come. She is also currently consulting with multiple daily deal companies by helping them grow their subscriber lists quickly and obtain their dream merchants to feature.
Christine has received numerous awards for her achievements, including 2009 Business Person of the Year from the San Diego District of the Small Business Administration. Christine is also active in the community. She currently serves as the President of the National Association of Women Business Owners and membership coordinator for the San Diego Glazer-Kennedy Marketing Group. In her spare time (believe it or not, she does have spare time) she enjoys reading, running, cooking, and traveling.
On this episode, Christine will tell us about about her businesses and her marketing strategies. You will be nothing short of amazed when you discover how she became a successful entrepreneur by having a never-ending quest for new business and follow-through after exiting a company.
Dan Brock aka the 'Deadbeat' super affiliate.
Dan's deadbeat is a fun caricature of the lazy affiliate marketer and enables Dan to teach and promote in a fun way.
Dan's products include "Deadbeat Super Affiliate" and the updated "Deadbeat Super Affiliate Reloaded". Both products teach the system of creating many very small review websites focused on promoting physical products typically sold on Amazon.
On today’s episode, Dan will tell us how you make your website traffic go viral and how he goes about getting things done on a small amount of time. He’ll drill down the simple set of ingredients you can implement on your existing YouTube channel and even if you’re a starter in the business.
At the age of 25, with lots of questions and very few satisfying answers, Joe makes a decision to embark on a journey of self-experimentation - something that has since become known as "bio-hacking". Thousands of experiments later, he is now a thriving writer/author, entrepreneur, investor and founder of SelfHacked & SelfDecode. His published works include "SelfHacked Secrets" and "Biohacking Insomnia" where he shares some of the most powerful insights from his research.
On this episode, Joe will share his story and talk about how he came up with Biohacking idea and how he manages his team members. He will share his insights on how to properly sort your lifestyle.
Although he looks like he is 18 years old, David is actually a digital marketing industry veteran. As the CEO and co-owner of Paleohacks, one of the largest Paleo communities on the web, he has been behind the scenes for over 8 years on everything from NYT bestsellers, online summits, high end coaching, information products — in niches from women’s dating & relationships, black history, to Paleo & health and wellness.
Dave took an online forum with zero revenues to a 7-figure company with 7+ products and a list of 600k+ in less than 3 years. He has done this with 7 employees and 20 writers.
On today’s episode, David will share his strategies and tips on how to scale out the competition when it comes to online marketing world. We’ll surely learn a lot from his expertise in running the show “Paleohacks”.