If you run a successful startup, you might be a target for internet trolls. Watch and learn how to combat these trolls and all their dank memes.
Eat Purely is offering lunch and dinner daily with a revolving menu of items. CEO Jeremiah Green discusses how he got his food delivery system off the ground.
ShoppingGives helps organizations raise money in a new way. With simple technology, ShoppingGives easily creates and shares your campaign to start fundraising today. Earn money for your campaign while both you and your supporters shop and save. Everybody wins!
Prolific writer Nicolas Cole has been published by Huffington Post, Forbes, Inc. and is one of the top producers of Quora. Tune in to find out how you can better reach an audience online.
Sean Froelich discusses some shockingly bad passwords, Jay Z teaming up with Sprint and a million dollar game developer that’s moving to Chicago.
The word “hacking” gets thrown around in the news…a lot! John Rosin breaks the mystery and lays out what it really means. With Russians, military leaks and election tampering under scrutiny, this explainer couldn’t have come sooner!
Kristy Nittskoff, founder and CEO of Talent-Savvy talked to Scott about how she helps growing businesses provide a welcoming, engaging, and enriching environment for their employees and potential employees.
Ashley Logan, CEO of Yakkety Yak talked about their mission of helping businesses connect with the right target audience through writing, using a voice and tone specifically designed to reach end users, including company blogs and newsletters, social media marketing, case studies, white papers, press releases, copywriting services, product marketing and more.
Scott finds out about Civis Analytics from Dan Wagner. The goal of Civis is to help organizations find the truth in their data, and to spur them to actions that will change the world for the better.
Netflix and chill with The Feed’s own Sean Froelich. Americans bask in the light of their televisions, but not the way they used to. Space-X is back baby – and a cast that lets you scratch an itch? – WHAT?