Best patio11 podcasts we could find (Updated November 2017)
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Marketing For Founders | Growth Hacking | Startups | Direct Response Marketing
 
Tim Conley and Jack Zerby slam old school direct response marketing into the startup world. Tim has been creating direct response campaigns for 14 years and Jack has just recently discovered the power of these marketing principles that are largely ignored most of the startup world. Join Tim and Jack each week as they share strategies and tactics that take startups out of the hope-and-pray efforts and into the measurable impact of direct response marketing.You'll learn everything from online ...
 
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Patrick McKenzie (patio11) blogs on software development, marketing, and general business topics
 
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Patrick McKenzie (patio11) blogs on software development, marketing, and general business topics.
 
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Patrick McKenzie (patio11) blogs on software development, marketing, and general business topics
 
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Programmer, author, and teacher Adam Wathan stops by to talk about working in public, asking stupid questions, charting a weird career path, and dropping knowledge on your peers. Hit us up on Twitter: Fits and Starts: @fits_and_starts Daniel: @dcoulbourne John: @johnrudolphdrex Special Guest: Adam Wathan. Links: Adam Wathan's Website Adam Watha ...…
 
Updates and pricing strategies highlight today’s episode. Ben did yoga this morning, and he is feeling relaxed as he is settling in with his new lifestyle. Next week Ben is closing his first part-time chief revenue officer engagement. Now it’s time to come up with a contract and a pricing strategy. Derrick is looking at different pricing strate ...…
 
Jonathan Siegel is a buddy of mine who lives in Tokyo. I can’t decide whether I’m more floored by the fact that he runs five businesses at once or has eight kids. He recently wrote a book The San Francisco Fallacy, mostly to share his experience with running software businesses for the last two decades with folks who might be getting a wee bit ...…
 
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The Indie Hackers Podcast: How Developers are Bootstrapping, Marketing, and Growing Their Online Businesses
 
Patrick McKenzie divulges his wisdom around how to develop promising business ideas, find your first customers, convince smart people to work with you, generate more revenue, and stay happy while doing it.
 
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The Indie Hackers Podcast: How Developers are Bootstrapping, Marketing, and Growing Their Online Businesses
 
Patrick McKenzie divulges his wisdom around how to develop promising business ideas, find your first customers, convince smart people to work with you, generate more revenue, and stay happy while doing it.
 
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The Indie Hackers Podcast: How Developers are Bootstrapping, Marketing, and Growing Their Online Businesses
 
Patrick McKenzie divulges his wisdom around how to develop promising business ideas, find your first customers, convince smart people to work with you, generate more revenue, and stay happy while doing it.
 
Todays episode is from the archives. Last week, @owocki’s startup released a new product — The battles last week during this release reminded us of some of our favorite engineering war stories. We ask every CTO on our show “What is your favorite engineering war story?”, and this episode we’re going to play 4 of our *favorites*. These four stori ...…
 
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Thinking Poker » Thinking Poker Podcast Feed
 
Patrick McKenzie, known as “patio11” on Hacker News and elsewhere, is a blogger, consultant, and all-around public intellectual on subjects related to software and business. He’s also, as it happens, an avid if occasional poker player. We talk to him about why poker merits any of his limited spare time, what he’s learned from and about it, and ...…
 
More than a few people dream of coming to Japan, starting an online business that gives you financial freedom and leaves you with enough free time to study the language travel and just enjoy Japan.I know that sounds like the opening to some terrible multi-level marketing pitch, but today we site down and talk with someone who has done exactly t ...…
 
http://media.blubrry.com/disrupting_japan/content.blubrry.com/disrupting_japan/DJ074-How_to_Create_a_Micro-Startup_in_japan-Patrick_McKenzie.mp3 The post 74: How to Create a Micro-Startup in Japan appeared first on DisruptingJapan.com. More than a few people dream of coming to Japan, starting an online business that gives you financial freedom ...…
 
(BONUS EPISODE FROM THE ARCHIVES) Learn about how Patrick McKenzie combined his technical skills with marketing/sales skills to launch & grow several successful internet businesses. Patrick is the creator of Bingo Card Creator. He learned marketing and sales to launch and grow Kalzumeus Software; He has worked with 37signals, Fog Creek Software ...…
 
Last week, @owocki’s startup released a new product — The battles last week during this release reminded us of some of our favorite engineering war stories. We ask every CTO on our show “What is your favorite engineering war story?”, and this episode we’re going to play 4 of our *favorites*. These four stories are ordered by scale. We’ll start ...…
 
Learn about how Patrick McKenzie combined his technical skills with marketing/sales skills to launch & grow several successful internet businesses. Patrick is the creator of Bingo Card Creator. He learned marketing and sales to launch and grow Kalzumeus Software; He has worked with 37signals, Fog Creek Software, and is now in content & communit ...…
 
I sold Bingo Card Creator, the business I’m probably best known for, through FEI last year. Thomas Smale, the principal of that brokerage, is now a buddy of mine, and he agreed to chat with me a bit about what goes into buying and selling online businesses. I think it is of particular interest to those of you with SaaS businesses already, but i ...…
 
I sold Bingo Card Creator, the business I’m probably best known for, through FEI last year. Thomas Smale, the principal of that brokerage, is now a buddy of mine, and he agreed to chat with me a bit about what goes into buying and selling online businesses. I think it is of particular interest to those of you with SaaS businesses already, but i ...…
 
I sold Bingo Card Creator, the business I’m probably best known for, through FEI last year. Thomas Smale, the principal of that brokerage, is now a buddy of mine, and he agreed to chat with me a bit about what goes into buying and selling online businesses. I think it is of particular interest to those of you with SaaS businesses already, but i ...…
 
Several years ago I wrote a blog post on salary negotiation for engineers. This probably created more value than anything else I’ve ever written — I have a folder in Gmail with thank-you messages from people, and my running total is something north of $2.3 million in added salary per year, mostly in $15k to $25k chunks. A buddy of mine, Josh Do ...…
 
Several years ago I wrote a blog post on salary negotiation for engineers. This probably created more value than anything else I’ve ever written — I have a folder in Gmail with thank-you messages from people, and my running total is something north of $2.3 million in added salary per year, mostly in $15k to $25k chunks. A buddy of mine, Josh Do ...…
 
Several years ago I wrote a blog post on salary negotiation for engineers. This probably created more value than anything else I’ve ever written — I have a folder in Gmail with thank-you messages from people, and my running total is something north of $2.3 million in added salary per year, mostly in $15k to $25k chunks. A buddy of mine, Josh Do ...…
 
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Bootstrapped with Kids Podcast: Entrepreneurship | Startups | Online Business
 
Brecht and Scott talk about things helping and hurting their business. What goals need to be met for 2016, and what they would like to meet for 2016. Scott is actually thinking about decreasing revenue by 10%, what crazy reason could he have for making less money?!? Brecht is in the midst of hiring a copywriter, and it's been the hardest decisi ...…
 
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Bootstrapped with Kids Podcast: Entrepreneurship | Startups | Online Business
 
Brecht and Scott talk about things helping and hurting their business. What goals need to be met for 2016, and what they would like to meet for 2016. Scott is actually thinking about decreasing revenue by 10%, what crazy reason could he have for making less money?!? Brecht is in the midst of hiring a copywriter, and it's been the hardest decisi ...…
 
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Bootstrapped with Kids Podcast: Entrepreneurship | Startups | Online Business
 
Brecht and Scott talk about things helping and hurting their business. What goals need to be met for 2016, and what they would like to meet for 2016. Scott is actually thinking about decreasing revenue by 10%, what crazy reason could he have for making less money?!? Brecht is in the midst of hiring a copywriter, and it's been the hardest decisi ...…
 
We’re trying out something different today on The Startup Chat as we talk about a mutual friend of ours who is somebody we think we can all learn a lot from. Patrick McKenzie, an engineer known as patio11 on Hacker News, became an important contributor of that community and from there his career and life went in an interesting direction. Today ...…
 
We’re trying out something different today on The Startup Chat as we talk about a mutual friend of ours who is somebody we think we can all learn a lot from. Patrick McKenzie, an engineer known as patio11 on Hacker News, became an important contributor of that community and from there his career and life went in an interesting direction. Today ...…
 
We’re trying out something different today on The Startup Chat as we talk about a mutual friend of ours who is somebody we think we can all learn a lot from. Patrick McKenzie, an engineer known as patio11 on Hacker News, became an important contributor of that community and from there his career and life went in an interesting direction. Today ...…
 
I speak with Patrick McKenzie (Patio11) about Starfighters.io and how developers can improve their career prospects. Get notified when a new episode comes out About Patrick: Starfighter Appointment Reminder Kalzumeus @patio11 Notes: Sorry for Patrick being a bit choppy at points. Japan is far away, also Skype!! We chat about Patrick's new ventu ...…
 
I speak with Patrick McKenzie (Patio11) about Starfighters.io and how developers can improve their career prospects. Get notified when a new episode comes out About Patrick: Starfighter Appointment Reminder Kalzumeus @patio11 Notes: Sorry for Patrick being a bit choppy at points. Japan is far away, also Skype!! We chat about Patrick's new ventu ...…
 
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The Music Makers - Articles That Influenced My Life
 
The show notes for this episode can be found at musicmakers.fm/12. Scott Adams says that to be successful, you can either be crazy good at one thing, or pretty good at 2+ things. I'm gonna give you a couple of examples where I think this is the case. The episode of Product People that Patrick McKenzie was on can be found here: http://productpeo ...…
 
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The Music Makers - Articles That Influenced My Life
 
The show notes for this episode can be found at musicmakers.fm/12. Scott Adams says that to be successful, you can either be crazy good at one thing, or pretty good at 2+ things. I'm gonna give you a couple of examples where I think this is the case. The episode of Product People that Patrick McKenzie was on can be found here: http://productpeo ...…
 
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Rhodium Podcast | Online Business | Entrepreneurs | Marketing | Buying and Selling Websites
 
Episode 017 with Patrick McKenzie of StarFighters.io. Patrick made the leap from grinding it out as a white-collar worker in Japan to being an entrepreneur by solo-shipping two SaaS products. In that journey, he also has become one of the top contributors at sites like Hackernews. Today Patrick is Co-Founder and CEO of Starfighters.io which mat ...…
 
Today we caught up with Josh Sortino, designer at Teespring, startup advisor and photographer. We chat about design and communication, the design world in San Francisco, photography and how designers can get a seat at the table. If you missed it, we recently announced Spec, a new podcast network for designers and developers! We hope you'll chec ...…
 
Today we caught up with Josh Sortino, designer at Teespring, startup advisor and photographer. We chat about design and communication, the design world in San Francisco, photography and how designers can get a seat at the table. If you missed it, we recently announced Spec, a new podcast network for designers and developers! We hope you'll chec ...…
 
Keith and I are joined by special guest Jay Winder, CEO of MakeLeaps, in this 11th episode of the podcast. We talk a bit about doing business in Japan, raising money vs. bootstrapping as a SaaS company, how AngelList is going to eat the world, and the usual eclectic mix of topics. [Patrick notes: The transcript below has my commentary inserted ...…
 
Keith and I are joined by special guest Jay Winder, CEO of MakeLeaps, in this 11th episode of the podcast. We talk a bit about doing business in Japan, raising money vs. bootstrapping as a SaaS company, how AngelList is going to eat the world, and the usual eclectic mix of topics. [Patrick notes: The transcript below has my commentary inserted ...…
 
Keith and I are back with the 10th episode of the podcast. This time we’re talking about our wives and kids, how much they mean to us (lots!), and how we try to fit being good husbands/fathers around our mutual desire to keep growing the businesses. [Patrick notes: The transcript below has my commentary inserted like this, as usual.] What you’l ...…
 
Keith and I are back with the 10th episode of the podcast. This time we’re talking about our wives and kids, how much they mean to us (lots!), and how we try to fit being good husbands/fathers around our mutual desire to keep growing the businesses. [Patrick notes: The transcript below has my commentary inserted like this, as usual.] What you’l ...…
 
Keith and I are back with the 10th episode of the podcast. This time we’re talking about our wives and kids, how much they mean to us (lots!), and how we try to fit being good husbands/fathers around our mutual desire to keep growing the businesses. [Patrick notes: The transcript below has my commentary inserted like this, as usual.] What you’l ...…
 
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Bootstrapped with Kids Podcast: Entrepreneurship | Startups | Online Business
 
Check out this link: https://www.census.gov/econ/smallbus.html Look at that band of companies with 100-500 employees... As a rule of thumb, an average company generates about 100k / employee, at least they did when Scott went to business school in 2002. There are 90 friggin thousand companies in the US with 10M-50M in revenue. These companies c ...…
 
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Bootstrapped with Kids Podcast: Entrepreneurship | Startups | Online Business
 
Check out this link: https://www.census.gov/econ/smallbus.html Look at that band of companies with 100-500 employees... As a rule of thumb, an average company generates about 100k / employee, at least they did when Scott went to business school in 2002. There are 90 friggin thousand companies in the US with 10M-50M in revenue. These companies c ...…
 
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Bootstrapped with Kids Podcast: Entrepreneurship | Startups | Online Business
 
Check out this link: https://www.census.gov/econ/smallbus.html Look at that band of companies with 100-500 employees... As a rule of thumb, an average company generates about 100k / employee, at least they did when Scott went to business school in 2002. There are 90 friggin thousand companies in the US with 10M-50M in revenue. These companies c ...…
 
I recently met Steli Efti, founder of Close.io, in Palo Alto, and did a podcast episode with him. Transcript and links below as per the usual. Sidenote: I listen to a lot of podcasts and have been using Marco Arment’s Overcast app recently to do so. It was the best $5 I ever spent. Give it a whirl. [Patrick notes: The transcript below has my co ...…
 
This week you’ll hear from Patrick Mackenzie (Patio11 on the internet), an influential member of the self-funded, bootstrapping community, as well as a high profile member of Hacker News. Patrick is a great guest: he’s a great storyteller, and is always completely himself. (He does some great voice impressions too) Our topic was: how to market ...…
 
This week you’ll hear from Patrick Mackenzie (Patio11 on the internet), an influential member of the self-funded, bootstrapping community, as well as a high profile member of Hacker News. Patrick is a great guest: he’s a great storyteller, and is always completely himself. (He does some great voice impressions too) Our topic was: how to market ...…
 
This week you’ll hear from Patrick Mackenzie (Patio11 on the internet), an influential member of the self-funded, bootstrapping community, as well as a high profile member of Hacker News. Patrick is a great guest: he’s a great storyteller, and is always completely himself. (He does some great voice impressions too) Our topic was: how to market ...…
 
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The Intellectual Radio Program
 
Justin Jackson pinch hits for Adam and Tim to chat with Chris about drinking cofffee too late, parenting advice and his framework-in-progress of planning to launch a new product or service. This episode of The Intellectual Radio Program is sponsored by: (mt) Media Temple - Use code GOODSTUFF for 25% off your first month. Campaign Monitor - Tell ...…
 
This is one of our best episodes yet. If you’re interested in content marketing be prepared to take notes. We also discuss the SaaS release cycle and lifestyle, working hours, business coaching and Andrey abducting Ruben. Ruben’s client proposal software Bidsketch Ruben’s personal blog Seth MacFarlane’s tweet on the Family Guy Brian stuff Ruben ...…
 
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