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22) Starting An Ecommerce Business with Roger Bryan

Today Im talking with Roger Bryan about how to start an Ecommerce Business now a days"We had 300,000 individual items on our shelves and we had over a million books sitting, waiting to be sorted. We were selling approximately 3 million books a year. Throughout the world, both online, individual, and then in bulk to a lot of the African countries."
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Episode 22: Starting An Ecommerce Business with Roger Bryan

Ney Torres: [00:00:00] Hello, everybody. Welcome. Today we have a very special topic with one of the best minds that I know about that, and Roger Bryan, welcome again to the show. Today we're going to talk about E-Commerce.[00:00:16] Roger Bryan: [00:00:16] Yeah. Well, great. Thank you for having me.[00:00:18] Ney Torres: [00:00:18] Thank you again for your time. Really appreciate it, brother. What's your experience on E-Commerce and what can you tell people are thinking about? Yeah, I'll do that. It seems easy.[00:00:27] Roger Bryan: [00:00:27] Okay. Well, it's not actually super hard, but it's not easy either. So my first E-Commerce business, I started in 2008 it's called Thrifted. We were an online bookseller, so we sold books. So major things about success in E-Commerce, and I'll tell the story about my first company, which I sold, and then the second company, which I'm working in now.[00:00:47] Ney Torres: [00:00:47] Okay.[00:00:47] Roger Bryan: [0…

21) Mary Buffett: Value investing and stories about Warren Buffett.

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Today I'm interviewing Mary Buffett on value investing and also stories about Warren Buffett which you probably have never heard before!
I certainly enjoyed interviewing Mary. On a personal note, I was not expecting that she would be so cool. I learned, once again, a great lesson: "There's no better investment than being a great human being; it costs nothing, and it pays off great dividends." Thank you, Mary.
Mary BuffettNey Torres: [00:00:00] Hello everybody welcome to the show. Today I have thehonor of interviewing Mary buffet. How are you Mary? Mary Buffett: [00:00:06] I'm great. Thank you. Ney Torres: [00:00:08] Hey, before we start I really wanted to thank you for your time. is really , a big honor. I started studying, investing with your books, and I really appreciate it and it comes to full circle now.Now I'm talking to you and thank you so much for this opportunity. Mary Buffett: [00:00:21] My pleasure Ney. Honestly. Thank you. Ney Torres: [00:00:24] C…

20) How to raise sales online with SEO with Roger Bryan

Today we are talking to Roger Brian, and how he took a small business up to $110 million in just seven years through search engine optimization and some different systems. Roger's the kind of person you call when you have in your business income of around six digits and you want to take it to the next level, seven digits and forward. So I think you're going to enjoy this episode.
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20) How to raise sales online with SEO with Roger Bryan

How to raise sales online with SEO with Roger BryanNey Torres: [00:00:00] Today we are talking to Roger Brian, and how he took a small business up to $110 million in just seven years through search engine optimization and some different systems. Roger's the kind of person you call when you have in your business income of around six digits and you want to take it to the next level, seven digits and forward.So I think you're going to enjoy this episode. We also talk about entrepreneurship and when to pull the plug on those projects you really love, or maybe the company you have been working for so many years. You can find more about roger at Rcbryan.com I'll put some links in the notesSpeaker: [00:00:41] Welcome to financially free podcast with your host, Nate Torres. One of the reasons Nate could retire when he was 25 years old is because he was coached by the best and now through this podcast so can you.Ney Torres: [00:00:52] Roger Bryan. Roger, welcome to the show. Roger …

Notes on Udacity "remote team management" course

This are notes from Udacity remote team management, most of them are just a copy paste on the course itself. The course was nothing difficult. Could have been done in 10 min or less. They did expanded the topic for hours to analyze the challenges that remote working impose.  Tools for Connecting Remote Talent.Teams don’t have to be in the same time zone to effectively collaborate. You’ll want the right mix of tools that can support both synchronous and asynchronous interactions because chances are you won’t all be online at exactly the same time. It can also be helpful to facilitate face-to-face interactions to create more of a “watercooler vibe” with remote workers. Good communication isn’t just limited to chatting and meetings either. Inline comments and tracked feedback can serve as a constant brainstorming session.·Google Docs for asynchronous collaboration without files having to be locally downloaded·Slack for communication·Google Hangouts for video communication·Chromebox video c…