Techzing Panel with Rob Walling
I was on SoftwareByRob.com fame. We had a panel discussion which covered, among other topics:
- Scaling a business using automation
- Finding and managing freelancers
- Building a content business versus building a software business
- The value of growing an audience
Plus, you’ll find out more about what I’ve been up to with my publishing company in recent months.
If anyone is interested in a transcript of this show, like I did for the last show, leave me a comment. It’s a lot of work, but if people find it valuable, then I’d be happy to do it.
I hope you enjoy, let me know what you think!
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