Mining the Store Episode 11

Welcome to Mining the Store, the podcast for small business owners who want to mine more gold from their businesses. This is Episode 11.
There’s no “I” in podcast, so your comments are very important. You can leave a comment here on the show notes page. Or, you can email your comment to mike@miningthestore.com. If you’d like to leave an audio comment, you can attach an mp3 file to your email.
Skype users can leave an audio comment at mike.buckley3.
My Twitter ID is michaelbuckley and you can also find me on Friendfeed.
Mining the Store is a member of the blubrry podcast network.
This time on Mining the Store

00:57 RIP Don LaFontaine and Jerry Reed
02:47 Google introduces it’s Chrome Browser. Is it just another browser, or the beginning of an Internet  revolution?
07:15 Google introduces Chrome with a comic book.
08:28 Unintended consequences of Chrome’s launch. 1. Read the terms of service. 2. Be aware of what’s being said about you on the web. 3. When something goes wrong, admit it and fix it right away whether you’re a multi-billion dollar company or a one person home-based business.
12:15 Watch what you say about politics in a business context.
14:40 If you must comment, at least be logical about it. Dumb statements will cause others to question your credibility in other areas.
16:38 Politics as marketing. How do you sell Dr. Pepper or Seven Up to a nation of cola drinkers?
20:10 Mike O’Laughlin is a pioneer in the use of web 2.0 to promote his business. The Irish Roots Cafe provides a lot of good stuff for anyone searching for their Irish ancestors.
21:34 Your favorite podcaster will lead a discussion at Podcamp Ireland on September 27.
22:27 If you know anything about Alpha Buckley who lived in Peru, IN back in the 1850’s, I’d love to hear from you.

Direct download: Episode_11.mp3
Category: podcasts — posted at: 1:50 PM

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