October 23, 2015 – Web Conversion w Stephen Christopher & Venture and Vultures Chapter Twelve

October 23, 2015 – Web Conversion w Stephen Christopher & Venture and Vultures Chapter Twelve

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Stephen Christopher – Marketing Technologies Expert and CEO of Seequs Marketing Technologies

Stephen Christopher is Founder and CEO of Seequs Marketing Technologies. He has nearly a decade of experience in search engine optimization (SEO) and online marketing, and he’s seen it done wrong and right. Seequs ensures your business is heard and seen above the racket of the Internet. Stephen is a passionate consumer and teacher of personal development, as well as an influential public speaker. As CEO of Seequs, he loves helping business owners grow companies with digital marketing. His company won the Fastest Growing Company award in Colorado for 2012! In this interview, we talk online marketing and how to grow your business through online sales.
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This show features the latest episode of our entrepreneurial serial podcast! The story is called “Venture and Vultures: An Entrepreneurial Thriller.” Here is Chapter Twelve. Hope you enjoy! 

A Review of Past Episodes…..

Prologue – “Boys, Do You Understood How a Loan Works?”
Chapter One – “The Name of the Game Is Guts”
Chapter Two – “You Don’t Have a Clue”
Chapter Three – “So, What Are the Next Steps?”
Chapter Four – “Its Like a Vacuum in There!”
Chapter Five – “Can We Break Even?”
Chapter Six – ”Drive Faster, the Cell Is Not Working”
Chapter Seven, “You Want Flooding Keyboards or First Period?”
Chapter Eight, “Why Does He Keep Pulling his Dick?”
Chapter Nine, “4000 Miles in 3 Days!”
Chapter Ten, “Dude! We Are on Fire!”
Chapter Eleven, “You’ve Done Surprisingly Well”

and now Chapter Twelve, “Things Look Really Bad”

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