Boys, Tools, Evan, Webinars, and doing it all in todays w-6

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todays shoutout goes out to the one and only,

Boys in my life

OK, so maybe i can’t say the “one and only”, listen to this weeks episode to here more.
Oh, and hears that audio file i promised…




the question for today is:

Wwhat are some unusial tools that people may hae never heard of or used to help manage social media

Would love to know what you think.

Are these tools you may check out?

Let us know in the comments below.


Evan gets released to us next Thursday

and I wonder how that’s going to turn out…

I do want us all to wish him the best, and as i discussed in this podcast episode, maybe this time i’ll be more helpful.

Listen to that episode i mentioned today below.
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attend webinars, you will learn about more tools.
The tool i mentioned today was:
Research-based writing software | For teams, bloggers, lawyers, students


Do something that you’ve never done before.
I talked all about the CRM i mentioned today in the w5 cast.

Oh yea, that’s also the first i mentioned September’s trip.

Wow, how that’s coming up quicker then i think…

Though it’s possible of course someone put a rincle in that plan now that i think about it while writing todays show notes…
Listen to next week’s w-cast to learn more…

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Mallory, Conventions, Trials, and CRM’s

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Todays shoutout is to my wonderful wife

thanks for your support even though you don’t listen to the podcast

i bet your friends or family could tell you more about the podcast then you could…

hey, one of you listenning, tag her on facebook when you share this episode, and tell her to listen.

💋 Love you babe!

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One of the questions i’ve been asked lately,

Mel, Amanda, and Tanner

have all asked

and hears what i’ve found

thanks a lot to amanda’s help

  • Agile crm will likely work
  • pipe drive has more drag and drop actions
  • we don’t have a purfect selution

that’s my answers to people now that I can share some findings, and as i start to use a CRM more i’ll share my findings on this podcast like normal.


Why would I need a CRM?


  • more information about your contacts
  • emails lists are wonderful but this is a unified communication system

and sometimes conversations happen out of the inbox
so why not have a way to keep track of all those communications?

I am going to import the “Launchers” database i’ve had on my harddrive
since march

and htis will help me learn how to use Agile before September


If your not doing something your unconfertible with then you need to step forward and do something different

getting out of confert zone by visiting albany in september, the 15–17th.

going to the oregon NFB convention
phalosiphy of the nFB has ben influanced by what others say, so i’m making my own decisions

and htis is getting red of one of the goals i set for myself, that is be at a live event by the end of the year

maybe it was 2 events.


Figure out what you want to get out of something and then work from the end to how you can take action today.

example, the end goal of me visiting the NFB convention is the aquire 50 new mailing list subscribers, get 5 new sales in my new club, and make at least 10 new friends.

As a by product of this i expect that the podcast download count will increase.

How am i going to reach these goals?

  • create an opt-in worth people subscribing for
  • finish the sales page for the product
  • be ready to talk a lot
  • figure out what type of value i can share durring the convention

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The five things I learned while participating in my second joint venture opportunity – W4

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Yes, i missed last week’s ’W cast!
Next wednesday i’ll share with you what happened.
For a glimps into my past week in technology listen to DM 22, all about backups

One of the goals that I set myself without writing it down at the beginning of 2017 was to establish more relationships with other people who do the same thing that I do, however you know, not quite the same.

This means that working with people who are motivating, inspiring, and educating other entrepreneurs around the world are the type of people that I definitely need to work with.

Being completely blind myself and targeting blind entrepreneurs, or the team members of small business owners who just happened to be blind…
There is plenty of room for growth in my knowledge, so connecting with other people who don’t have limitations that I might have even though I don’t like to admit it, is definitely an advantage. Because then I can take the knowledge that I acquired from that expert, and turn this knowledge into knowledge the other blind entrepreneurs or the team members of the small business owners who happened to be blind can use to help move business forward.

my first joint venture experience

In March of this year, I had my first joint venture experience and I told myself that there would be a few things I would do differently in the future, that I neglected to do for my second joint venture experience this year.

The first thing I learned I need to do differently for my next joint venture adventure

Maintain control

Having the know how and ability to maintain control of as many aspects of your joint venture partnership as possible, is definitely an advantage.

Let me give you two examples of how if I were to maintain control of all of the aspects of the two joint venture projects I’ve been involved in, could have made the experience better for me,
and a ton better for the people I invited to join me.

Tracking Efforts

The first joint venture I participated in March of this year was The launchers event, if you missed it hears my presentation in the embedded audio below, feel free to listen.

In this event, one of the tasks i completed was set the marketing system up for Fedora Outlier LLC.
This was fine, except I didn’t set up my own marketing system for my leads.



I then invested into some paid traffic, and I was only able to calculate how many people clicked on the link, but because I didn’t maintain control of the entire system I didn’t know how many people actually converted.

The other thing is the other presenters didn’t know what advertising method they were using that were effective as well, because we were all driving everyone to the same webpage… Again, none of our advertising efforts were trackable,
by us… The presenters

experiences for the guest

Being able to maintain control of the entire experience for your audience especially when connecting with a specific audience like myself allows you the opportunity to control the experience for your visitor throughout the entire process.

In this latest joint venture opportunity, I realized that I needed to track a little bit more

In this latest joint venture opportunity, I determined it would be best for me to brand my tracking link to myself, so I can at least be aware of how many people are clicking the link to visit the registration page.

However, there was a slight problem
People could click the link, and hell, it was even easy to remember… But, when people got to the page if on certain browsers with certain screen readers, it was virtually impossible to know what information the capture page was asking for.

When this information was brought to my attention, all I could do is keep track of it so I could pass it on to Rick.

The second thing I realized during my two joint venture experiences…

Just Do It
I originally reached out to Rick in April or May of this year, to be honest I don’t remember!
When I reached out to Rick, I didn’t have a clear plan as to where I wanted to go with whatever we ended up doing.
See, a couple of months ago, Rick had sent an email out to his list asking if people could organize a group of individuals looking to learn more about social media.
Social media is Rick’s expertise.
I remember thinking to myself that it would be quite interesting if I could gather a few blind individuals to be able to ask that Rick come and present to us.
However, at that time I didn’t act on the opportunity.
A couple of months later, Rick is offering this again to his email list, and until this point I figured why not
Until this point, I had only spoken with Rick via social media.

I figured why not, but up the phone, and give them a call!

Until this point, Ric

The third thing was

Communicate clearly
Listen to this episode for more information 😉

The 4th thing is

Planning helps
Listen to this episode for information about this part

The 5th Thing is

Having guests can help everyone involved

Did you here the episode? If not, give it a listen…

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new Listeners, Automation, Tools and Relationships

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new Listeners, Automation, TOols and Relationships

Welcome back to the third installment of the w3 cast.

This week we are going to expose it for you…

The new format,

But first a word

Skip the word
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The new format


In this section of the podcast i shouted out a new listenner.
Hears a link to facebook:

and thanks again for listenning.
If you want to be shouted out, contact me today and i’de love to shout you out.


This week’s question comes from maxwell who asked me:

Do you know of an automated service someone can use for testing there website for accessibility?

Listen to this weeks episode to get my answer to that question.
If you have a different response or another resource, please share it in the comments of this posting.
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This week’s thought is a second shout-out to two important people who have birthdays this week.
Remember who you have in your life that is close to you, and even those who aren’t and treasure every moment you have with them.

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The tip today can help you save a lot of time.
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The trick i shared this week is all about leveraging relationships to help build your platform and the platforms of others.
Listen to this weeks episode and you can here the audio track without my voice in the embeded audio posting below.


do you enjoy this music?
If so, listen to next weeks episode for more, and also don’t forget to show jasper some love!

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Introduction to the “W” cast, W1

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Welcome to the first episode of what I’m dubbing my “W” series.

On a weekly basis, Wednesday at least, I’m committing myself to bringing you the latest and what’s going on behind the scenes.

As I stated at the beginning of today’s podcast, it’s not my objective to commit myself to multiple podcasts on a weekly basis except for the Tuesday podcast I already committed to with Damashe, and now these “W” podcast released on Wednesdays.

In today’s podcast episode, I share with you a little info regarding the new link shortener I’m using from rebrandly,

I also share with you information about the webinar that Rick and I are doing.

Yes, it’s not your ears playing tricks on you, I am experimenting with some audio editing tips I’ve learned from the podcast engineering school podcast,

as well as from audio pizza.


If you have any questions about the content we produce, don’t forget to reach out and contact me today.

Finally, it’s really important that you share the message you enjoy with your most active social media…

If you enjoy it, those who you are connected too likely will as well.

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