The Startup & Marketing Podcast - From Devology
About This Show
Rob Wilson and Michael Glazebrook share their experiences running their own bootstrapped startup, Devology Ltd. They are specialising in Software-as-a-service (SaaS) product development and are new to marketing.
This podcast covers their journey, they share their highs and lows of product development and marketing.
If you need bite-sized marketing tips or suggestions for developing your own product, then this is the podcast for you!
Most Recent Episode
Episode 33 - Cross promote, don't cross post!
Fully formatted show notes with photos are at https://devologyltd.wordpress.com/2016/05/17/episode-33 ----- You can subscribe to the podcast here Don’t forget you can JUMP AHEAD to the Social Media News it’s at 4m:30s. Social Scheduler Two updates to Social Scheduler, principally to encourage to cross-promote rather than cross-post. Repeating messages to different accounts Better social SEO (with a different copy per account) New iOS version to fix a crash when trying to send the photo to Instagram New Android version, to syncrhonise the code-base, no real new functionality. Social Media News FACEBOOK Facebook Messenger will soon get a lot more crowded. There are more than 10,000 developers building bots for Facebook's messaging platform, Messenger's head of product said in an interview Tuesday. http://mashable.com/2016/05/10/facebook-messenger-bots-developers Facebook has relied on a small editorial team to decide what news topics to show. Facebook says the guidelines are old. Justin Osofsky, Facebook vice president of global operations, said in a statement that Facebook relies on more than 1,000 sources of news …to help verify and characterize world events and what people are talking about.” He adamantly denied claims that Facebook has been biased. We have at no time sought to weight any one viewpoint over another, and in fact our guidelines are designed with the intent to make sure we do not do so, The rest of his comment said: The guidelines demonstrate that we have a series of checks and balances in place to help surface the most important popular stories, regardless of where they fall on the ideological spectrum. Facebook does not allow or advise our reviewers to systematically discriminate against sources of any political origin, period. What these guidelines show is that
Rated 5 out of
This is a promising show!
This podcast plans to talk about marketing from a newbie perspective and coverts running your own startup. It's good sound quality and their blog covers a lot about marketing channels too.
I hope this podcast keeps it up!
Date published: 2015-08-28