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UnPodcast: The Business Podcast for the Fed-Up

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United States

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CBS Radio

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Reaching over 200,000 social media followers, this weekly show features how to succeed in the new world of business marketing.

Language:

English


Episodes

#191: Too Much Content

9/20/2017
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In today's show, we simply have too much to talk about. We discuss podcasting etiquette; the big anniversary we have coming up; the touching story of the seven-handed pitcher; sexism in startups; fake reviews; a negative spin class; and sexism against dads. All this, a made-up word and a listener question, too!

Duration: 00:38:08


#190: The Algorithm Addiction

9/6/2017
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In today's show, we talk about real vs. viral numbers and the transfer of power from the climb to the spike; also known as the Algorithm Addiction. We also discuss the Instagram Podghazi; the Best Commenters; a pre-sharing and commenting quiz; how P&G cut their ad budget still increased sales; how Chinese women are, apparently, like used cars; the importance of Mental Health Days; and the advent of petextrians.

Duration: 00:36:08


#189: The Economy Episode

8/30/2017
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In today's show, we start with a confessional rant about airlines that results in Scott's special announcement: a boycott of economy class. We also discuss accidental sexism at Samsung; Barstool Sports CEO's unusual interview technique; the unexpected link between microchips and office printers; how female CEOs can affect venture capital funding; and possible proof that privacy is over. All this and made up words too!

Duration: 00:29:57


#188: Hard-Hitting News In Shorts

8/23/2017
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Welcome back to the UNpodcast where we bring you slightly delayed, hard-hitting news... all while wearing shorts. In today's show we discuss what can happen when you don't read a TOS agreement closely; how your Roomba might be spying on you; a Tinder love story that's actually kind of sweet; a six-fingered softball snapchat debacle; how college students used Google Docs to ramp up their note-taking; and what it means to be a nomophobe. All this and more!

Duration: 00:33:38


#187: SummerFest 17

8/16/2017
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In today's episode, we continue our SummerFest by going back to the studio where we discuss what kind of inspiration we received from a trip to San Francisco; what the chances are for Alison to receive a mystery vacation; AirBNB taking a stand against racism; a nail salon being not so subtlely racist; the danger of angry Cosplaying Scorpios; and the advent of broflakes. All this and video too!

Duration: 00:33:52


#186: A Jargon-Free Episode

8/9/2017
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In today's episode, we are coming to you completely jargon-free, or at least we talk about the best jargon-free contract ever. We also discuss Head & Shoulders and Nickels; Bring-Your-Own-Casket funerals; Spotify and how fans love it to death; Google

Duration: 00:30:35


#185: Summer Sessions

8/2/2017
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In today's episode, we are coming to you pre-recorded live from our non-existent cottage(lake house). We talk about the scammer who "discovered" Annie Lennox; Brands trying to curtail counterfeit commerce; Amazon's super judgmental Prime Wardrobe; the adv

Duration: 00:36:42


#184: A Chartreuse Tableau of Crapulence

7/26/2017
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In today's episode, we talk about a lot of mess-ups. Just so many. So, so many. We learn how to optimize our search for organs; we talk about the right time to send naked pictures; how good manners can save you hundreds of dollars; Germany making companie

Duration: 00:30:20


#183: Perfectly Lit Audio

7/19/2017
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In today's episode, we talk about some interactions Scott has had on LinkedIn, and we do it while perfectly lit. We discuss open-ended questions, anti-spam spammers, and the difference between spamming and connecting. There's a made-up word and a listener

Duration: 00:38:56


#182: Fourth Place Is Killing Us

7/12/2017
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In today's episode, we fight through the fourth-episode fog and bring you lots of stories about stuff and things: a couple searches for a wedding photographer instead of a divorce lawyer; Walker's Crisps has one of the worst ad campaigns ever; a trampoline company works overtime to make their product better create fake reviews; Apple is finally delivering real podcast analytics; John Deere reminds us that paying for something doesn't mean you own it. All this an not one, not two, but THREE...

Duration: 00:28:08


#181: Implied Endorsement

7/5/2017
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In today's episode, we remind you that listening to our show is an implied endorsement of everything we say. Not really, but we do look at some dangers of internet activity. We also discuss stuffed animal surgery, Fines for Likes, dank memes, Adobe subscr

Duration: 00:42:01


#180: The Spamisode

6/28/2017
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In today's episode, we take a long look SPAM. No, not the semi-delicious canned meat product, but that stuff that clogs your inbox and voicemail (yes... VOICEMAIL too!). We discuss hastag fails, ghost voicemails, when you unknowingly consent to spam, and

Duration: 00:32:12


#179: Are You Not Entertained

6/21/2017
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In today's episode, we try our very best to keep Scott from getting bored! We talk about what "no offense" means; an absolutely WILD viral video; what the Supreme Court, and printer toner have in common; macho culture and speaking up; Wonder Women; phigit

Duration: 00:40:49


#178: Surprise Slime and Frush Nuggs

6/14/2017
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In today's episode, we talk badly about Scott who decided coffee was more important than the show. We also discuss the upside, and downside(s) of going viral, the current Instagram and Snapchat war, Instant Articles, and the nerve it takes to steal daisie

Duration: 00:31:01


#177: An Ever-Expanding Episode

6/7/2017
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In today's episode, we inhabit an ever expanding studio. We talk about Scott's dancing skills; a cheesy promposal; the single worst thing ever to appear on Facebook; Garadgets and bad reviews; why you should never hit on strangers; and ads that appear in

Duration: 00:35:17


#176: My Opinion Is (and Is Not) My Own

5/31/2017
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In today's episode, we give our opinion on employees giving opinions that don't reflect on their employers. Nintendo answers a blind gamer perfectly; a Yale Dean gets snooty on Yelp; a Drexel professor regurgitates tweets (you'll get that joke about 18 minutes in); a High School principal gets outed by students; WestJet helps a man in trouble with the DMV. All this and kninkles too!

Duration: 00:36:46


#175: Podcasting Is So Intimate

5/24/2017
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In today's episode, we start things off right: by whispering in your ear until things get really awkward. We cover the problem of Mothers Day presents; a Women's Bathroom dilemma; the concert quiz that may be a password hack; a museum commemorating failur

Duration: 00:34:55


#174: The Episode Without a Colored Background

5/17/2017
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In today's episode, we discuss the worst thing to happen ever in the history of humanity: Facebook statuses with colored backgrounds. Also, we share stories of incredible customer service, the secret, probably, behind the demise of good airline customer s

Duration: 00:29:00


#173: Because Science Says So

5/10/2017
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In today's episode, we share our thoughts on Kellog's role in the Zombie Apocalypse, Uber fire, Radio Shack Rogue One, collaboration in the workplace, beg-packers is Asia, and alternatives to killing kittens. All this and the best part is, you can trust e

Duration: 00:35:21


#172: And Then the Murders Began

5/3/2017
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In today's episode, we sat down to talk about stories that made us laugh: a dramatic jeans shopping experience; Spotify sells itself; a Starbucks customer who lost her mind but then felt bad about it; somebody's wife got fired from Cracker Barrell; the New York Times found a way to up their subscriptions; a made up word and a question, too. And then the murders began. (That will make sense about twenty minutes in.)

Duration: 00:30:26

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