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Joe Ferri, Pecinka Ferri's President
  • Pub Date: Apr 29, 2016 - 5:05 am
  • Joe Ferri: Pecinka Ferri's President (Rebroadcast)
  • Listen:
  • We discuss the necessity of creating feedback loops and dodging bird poop.

    Quote of Note:
    "Sometimes you're the pigeon, and sometimes you're the statue." - Unknown

    Books to Read:
    - Mad Magazine
    - The World is Flat by Thomas Freidman

    App/Online Resources:
    - YourNerdyBestFriend.com
    - RebelMouse.com

    Ways to Connect:
    - joe@pecinkaferri.com
    - @joeferri
    - Foodie Quipper Blog
    - Facebook
    - LinkedIn
    - Google+
    - YouTube

    Music: Sacrifice by Robodub
    Introduction by John Lee Dumas of Entrepreneur on Fire

Steve Ziegler, Webstaurant Store's Product Expert
  • Pub Date: Feb 26, 2016 - 4:00 am
  • Steve Ziegler: Webstaurant Store's Product Expert
  • Listen:
  • With 27 years in the foodservice industry, Steve has a wealth of knowledge about products, so he gets paid to use all of the Webstaurant Store’s offerings. He has a real knack for using video to get traffic to webstaurantstore.com and is probably best known for his dangerous method of frying gnocchi; watch the video by clicking here! This one actually helped him get on the Rachael Ray Show, where she brought on an expert chef to explain how to fry it safely.

    Books to Read:
    - How to Work a Room by Susan RoAne
    - The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell

    Apps/Online Resources:
    - Asana
    - Google Analytics
    - Board Reader

    Time Machine Advice:
    “Just be confident.”

    How to Contact:
    - @webstaurant

    Connect with Food Marketing Podcast:
    - Contact page
    - Facebook
    - Twitter
    - Food Marketing Roundup
    - Please rate and review

    Final Thoughts:
    “If you’re getting into social media for the first time, just go out there and do it and learn from other people that are out there doing it already. Look for people in your space that are already doing social media, and doing it well.”

    Music: Sacrifice by Robodub
    Intro by John Lee Dumas of Entrepreneur on Fire

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