029 – Jenn Nelson of Wine Antics Live on Livestreaming and Community Building

By Todd Bergin | February 7, 2017
Jenn Nelson

Entrepreneur Jenn Nelson co-hosts a very popular live streaming show called Wine Antics Live, which takes a casual approach to enjoying and talking about wine. Jenn first got started in live video with Blab, and, as the live streaming world quickly evolved (and devolved, when considering Blab), Jenn has evolved as well, and now her…

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028 – Social Media Pro Lorri Ratzlaff on Social Media for Gen X’ers and Baby Boomers

By Todd Bergin | February 2, 2017
Lorri Ratzlaff

I was introduced to social media professional Lorri Ratzlaff this week by Bree Palmer (@BreePalm just about everywhere), and I am glad I was.  Lorri is a Gen X/Baby Boomer entrepreneur who loves social media, and who has made it her mission to help people of her generation embrace social media and live video to…

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027 – Entrepreneur Kristen Leake on Growing a Business From Scratch on YouTube

By Todd Bergin | January 31, 2017
Kristen Leake

As an entrepreneur, Kristen Leake went from getting her masters at San Jose State in communications and journalism to entering and completing a coding boot camp and becoming an entrepreneur. Instead of spending her days as a career-woman marching to the beat of someone else’s drum, Kristen is turning her coding boot camp experience into…

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026 – Brian Fanzo of iSocialFanz on Being Yourself in the Digital Age

By Todd Bergin | January 26, 2017
Brian Fanzo

Brian Fanzo of iSocialFanz has made creating a digital footprint an art, but not in a fashion that you might think.  Brian’s art is somewhat two-fold, in that you must ‘think like a fan’ and ‘be yourself.’ About Brian This authentic and transparent approach has allowed Brian to build a social media presence, a brand,…

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025 – Wagner dos Santos of Wagner Live on Social Entrepreneurship and Live Video

By Todd Bergin | January 24, 2017
Wagner dos Santos

Wagner dos Santos has been engaged in entrepreneurial endeavors for over 30 years, since the age of 17.  During those years, among other things, he has started and managed his own record label, built and launched two popular online services that ultimately helped pave the way for services like America Online. Much of Wagner’s time…

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