The Chop Up Ep48 – Morning Breath Inc
Dan: Right. So welcome back episode 48, dude, we’re getting Dustin: close to 50. Woo-hoo. Shit’s coming Dan: quick. Yes, yes. We gotta get in the plannings. Stages for 50. Yeah. And Dustin: then shit hundred after that. What we gotta think of something crazy for a hundred Will, what do you think ? Hot air Dan: balloon. Big one. . That’ll be a big one. Dan: Yeah. Maybe Dustin: underwater. Like take one of those...
THE CHOP UP / EPISODE 45 – US DISC GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPS / DRAW SHIT
This week the guys broke down a recent project for The United States Disc Golf Championships, which they had the opportunity to check out live!
4 SIGNS THAT IT’S TIME TO END THAT CLIENT RELATIONSHIP
As a freelancer, you have the unique opportunity to choose your own clients. You also have the unique opportunity to end those relationships when they are no longer serving you. So, how do you know when it's time to end a client relationship?
THE CHOP UP / EPISODE 41 – NIKE TRAINING / TIMBERLAND
This was a fun episode to work on. Got to meet Chris (Digs) DeGaetano, Creative Director of Timberland Shoes and Apparel. Awesome dude, and he was super enthusiastic about being on the show.
THE FACETIME OF PODCASTING – RIVERSIDE.FM
If you record remote podcasts where you have guessed that are not physically in your presence and by the way, that's probably how most of you are recording your podcasts, especially in this time of covid you're going to want to check out Riverside.FM.
WHAT I’VE LEARNED FROM PRODUCING YOUTUBE VIDEOS AND SHOWS
Producing content for YouTube can be a real challenge - it's not as easy as just hitting record and putting it out there. You need to be consistent and show up day after day, week after week, month after month. And even then, you might only get a few subscribers in the beginning. It takes time and patience to grow an audience on YouTube.