The Purple Tie Show with Robert Martin and Blake Singleton | Inspiring Success
About This Show
Merging all things business with the latest in technology. This is The Purple Tie Show. The Purple Tie is a marketing and web development company located in Decatur, Alabama. We specialize in small to medium size businesses in need of a website and/or online marketing. This podcast is a weekly show that features Robert Martin and Blake Singleton discussing marketing, technology, and all manner of side tangents.
Most Recent Episode
The Purple Tie Show Episode 92
7 days ago
The Purple Tie Show combines business, marketing, and technology. Guys, we took a week off. Sorry. Moving on. Last week we recorded about 15 minutes of terrible podcast and decided that we just weren’t up to the task. Rather than releasing something that was subpar, we took a week off, regrouped, and now we’ve got some excellent content for you! A recap of what we talked about last week was: Retro Pie and Russell Brunson’s Funnel Hacker Blackbox Apple may be moving into Carnegie Library Apple also just injected about $200 million dollars into Corning Glass Dragon Naturallyspeaking We’ll be going back to Dragon next week probably. It’s a great program, but it has a lot left to be desired when it comes to transcription. There are rumors swirling about Apple possibly killing off the iPad mini. I’m not sure where I found that article, but I completely believe it. In a world where you can get a 6” phone, there’s so little need for a 7 or 8 inch tablet that doesn’t let you make phone calls. It would be a smart move on Apple’s part if for no other reason than to funnel the money previously allocated to the mini into something else like the iPhone or one of their various failing computer lines (I’m looking at you MacBook Pro and Mac Pro). Here’s a link to the Motel 6 radio ad made for millennials. You decide if it’s appropriate for airplay (of course, we do say AF quite a few times during the show today, sooooooo…) We briefly talked about being a great artist but still needing a sales team. That’s why creatives hire agents. So they don’t have to sell their own products. They just pay someone else to do that for them.