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Sport Management Review Insights is your accompaniment to the academic journal, Sport Management Review. The podcast will delve into the journal’s published research by speaking to the researchers themselves. Each podcast is dedicated to a published research article from the journal, which you’ll also be able to read at the Sport Management Review website. If you love sport, you'll love Sport Management Review Insights! Thanks to the Sport Management Association of Australia and New Zealand ...
 
The Affiliate Guy Podcast is your source for affiliate marketing news, tips, and strategies to take your online business to the next level. Learn how to boost your commissions, manage affiliate programs, and so much more. More information at theaffiliateguy.tv and mattmcwilliams.com.
 
Welcome to University of Minnesota Extension’s first ever nutrient management podcast. Every month we’ll bring you the latest nutrient management information for farmers in Minnesota and across the Midwest. Follow us on facebook at Facebook.com/UMNNutrientMgmt or Twitter at Twitter.com/UMNNutrientMgmt. Thanks to the Agriculture Fertilizer Research and Education Council (AFREC) for your support.
 
Sports Interactive Studio Director Miles Jacobson, comedian Tony Jameson and football journalist and author Iain Macintosh discuss the bestselling football management game, Football Manager. The game allows you to live out the ultimate dream of managing your favourite club — you make the big decisions, you decide on transfers, tactics and substitutions Hosted at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
 
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Imagine for a moment something horrible...you have 200 affiliates and your affiliate system has wiped out every single one of them. Nothing left. Now, what do you do? Well, in today’s episode, I’m going to share a few of these doomsday scenarios in your business, what to do if they happen, but more importantly how to avoid them in the first place! …
 
Today I have a super special guest who is going to blow your mind. She’s sharing how to fascinate your audience and create amazing content whether it’s email or social media or whatever. And we’re going to talk about how to get actual results - meaning you actually make money - from social media marketing. This is so good you don't want to miss it!…
 
The word leadership has a lot of misconceptions. We think of leaders as older, smarter, more qualified, and deemed worthy of the title of “leader.” As a result, we shrink back from our own ability to lead. We diminish our own qualifications and consider ourselves unworthy of such a title. We play small. But here’s the exciting and hopefully encoura…
 
After more than a decade of being an entrepreneur, working with entrepreneurs, and now coaching entrepreneurs, I’ve found there are 3 types of entrepreneurs. In today’s episode, we’ll explore all 3 types, discover which one you are, and how to get to be a Type 3 Entrepreneur (that’s what we all want). LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE Passion to Prof…
 
Passion is not enough. As a revenue generator - deal closer service provider, Ledge tells us he doesn't need to be passionate about what you do. He needs to be passionate about closing deals for you and generating revenue for you. Then you will be able to channel more of the passion you have for your business. (20:31) "...sometimes folks will try t…
 
My father never owned a computer. Never owned a cell phone. That I know of he never got on the internet a moment in his life. Yet he taught me almost everything I know about online marketing and business. He was never famous and never had a following but left a legacy that lives to this day...Today I’m sharing some of the most powerful lessons my d…
 
As we wind down a year like no other (at least in most of our lifetimes), it’s time to look ahead to 2021. Today, I share how my 2020 predictions turned out and reveal my bold predictions for the year ahead. LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE Affiliate Insider Monthly Trial: mattmcwilliams.com/podcastdeal…
 
Most successful businesses are built on ONE thing...and it’s not the right idea, talent, or timing. It’s FAILURE. And the reason why most businesses don’t succeed and don’t make it past their first year or two is very simple...they don’t fail enough. Today, I’ll share how successful businesses are built on failure, how to use your failures as a cat…
 
In this episode we chat to Han Soo Kim from The University of Mississippi about the psychological consequences of social live streaming service usage. We discuss the article Han Soo and co-author Minjung Kim published about the topic "Viewing sports online together? Psychological consequences on social live streaming service usage".…
 
I was chatting with my friend Adam Houge the other day and he was telling me how he turned a free virtual event into a 3-day moneymaker...with a small audience and no overhead. So I asked him to share it with my podcast audience. You gotta hear this! LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE Adam Houge's Site: adamhouge.org…
 
In this episode of the Nutrient Management Podcast, three U of M researchers discuss nutrient interactions. What are nutrient interactions and how important are they to crops? Which nutrient interactions are of concern to crop producers? What can you do to avoid misinterpreting plant tissue analysis results due to nutrient interactions? Thank you t…
 
Steve Gottlieb, founder of TVT Records, the independent label that gave a big leg-up to the likes of Nine Inch Nails, Ja Rule, Lil Jon, Pitbull, Sevendust, Brian Jonestown Massacre and KMFDM, launched online events platform Shindig in 2010. With a focus on attendee/delegate interaction, Shindig replicates the ‘mingling’ aspect of live events, so pe…
 
In this episode we chat to Kevin Filo from Griffith University about the difficulties participants face in raising money for charity sport events. We discuss the article Kevin and co-authors David Fechner, and Yuhei Inoue published about the topic "Charity sport event participants and fundraising: An examination of constraints and negotiation strat…
 
Getting noticed today is easier than at any point in human history. But standing out today is harder than ever. No matter what niche you are in, it’s crowded and messy. So how do you stand out? Today, I’ll share four ways you can differentiate yourself. LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE Find Affiliates Now: findaffiliatesnow.com The Ultimate Affiliat…
 
In this episode we chat to Pamela Wicker from Universität Bielefeld about the emissions of active sport participants and what can be done to reduce it. We discuss the article Pamela published about the topic "The carbon footprint of active sport participants".Bởi Vitor Sobral Sheranne Fairley
 
In this episode we chat to Katie Sveinson from University of Regina about the how sport organisations approach women's sport apparel. We discuss the article Katie and co-authors Larena Hoeber and Kim Toffoletti published about the topic "“If people are wearing pink stuff they’re probably not real fans”: Exploring women’s perceptions of sport fan cl…
 
In this episode we chat to Lisa Kihl from University of Minnesota about how and why fraud occurs in community sport. We discuss the article Lisa and co-authors Pamela Wicker, Graham Cuskelly, and Katie Misener published in Sport Management Review about fraud in community sport. Click the title link for free access to the article: "Tip of the iceber…
 
In this episode we chat to Larena Hoeber from University of Regina about the experiences of female sport fans and how it can better inform sport organisations. We discuss the article Lisa and co-authors Pamela Wicker, Shannon Kerwin published about the topic "Exploring the experiences of female sport fans: A collaborative self-ethnography".…
 
Debriefing after an affiliate launch is an important part of systematizing the lessons you learn. Today, you get a behind-the-scenes look at a debrief of Scott Barlow’s very first affiliate launch and you get to learn some of the surprising lessons he learned. Five very powerful lessons in today’s episode...Let’s go! LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE…
 
In this episode we chat to Erik Dension from Monash University to understand why sport organisations are still so slow to address LGBTQ+ exclusion. We discuss Erik and co-authors Nadia Bevan and Ruth Jeans' article "Reviewing evidence of LGBTQ+ discrimination and exclusion in sport" which you can read here.…
 
Ever wonder what it's like to get behind-the-scenes access to other entrepreneurs' affiliate launches? Today, you get that chance. Some first-time affiliate launches are big. Some are small. Some are resounding successes, while others are unmitigated disasters. Most, however, fall somewhere in between. That’s exactly what happened to Scott Barlow w…
 
We’re doing something really exciting on The Affiliate Guy Podcast. We’re adding a new segment called “Mindset Minute with Mary Mitchell.” To kick it off, I brought Mary on to talk about her journey from utterly lacking confidence and belief in herself to an entrepreneur who is thriving emotionally. This is one of the most powerful episodes I’ve ev…
 
Launched last year, Spelfie is an out of this world marketing opportunity for live events. Hand in hand with Airbus’ technology, bookable weeks, months, even years ahead, the app synchronises with a satellite in position. An event-goer takes a selfie from an outside location which is married to the shot from space, a digital mark highlighting the i…
 
I still remember the first time I saw my dad having a panic attack. It was utterly terrifying. He was rocking himself back and forth on the floor, sweating profusely, trembling from an unknown fear. I didn’t know it at the time, but his heart was racing, his body was numb, and he was detached from reality. My dad's fears were just like your fears i…
 
Question #1: Can you build a real business on a podcast? Question #2: If so, how? Today, I have a fascinating conversation with an amazing guest to answer both of those questions and show YOU how to build a business on a podcast. LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE ChangeMakers Podcast: listennotes.com/podcasts/changemakers-with-jamie-atkinson-and-gina…
 
Ten years ago, Jelmer van Ast took his experience as a playwright/actor/producer and festival organiser across the tracks to found technology company Conference Compass, In this episode Jelmer discusses the Covid tipping point for his business, how it invested its way around the crisis, developing solutions to help customers, new and existing, with…
 
What do you do when an affiliate promotion isn’t working? You’re promoting, but making NO sales! Now what? And how do you avoid the situation in the first place? I answer both questions in today’s episode. LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE Affiliate Program Scorecard: mattmcwilliams.com/scorecard Our Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals: mattmcwilliam…
 
Resilient leadership adaptation and managing change Awakening the inner leader Physical Intelligence Leading for results – not popularity Leading through uncertainty Five leadership disciplines that engender organisational agility Inspiring young women to be future leaders Bringing your whole self to work HR strategies for a flourishing Africa From…
 
Marcus Whitney is a self-proclaimed unlikely entrepreneur. Two decades ago, he arrived in Nashville as a college dropout with a one-year old and another baby on the way. Waiting tables and living paycheck to paycheck in a hotel, becoming an entrepreneur seemed unlikely indeed. But Marcus knew there was something more for him...and two decades later…
 
Inter-generational strengths: leadership leverage in crisis It’s not the answers that are wrong – it’s the questions Technology: impacting the future in unpredictable ways Agile leadership in higher education Reducing the failure rate in mergers and acquisitions' Balancing risk-taking with making mistakes Islamic leadership and Peter Drucker Not pr…
 
The dangers of endorsing single models of leadership in global markets How to embrace the new by letting go of the old When knowledge becomes obsolete Why do we complain? Embracing change Is leadership dead? Again Systems-thinking in a VUCA world The new leaders for challenging and contemporary times Administrative reform and e-governance in a digi…
 
In this episode of the Nutrient Management Podcast, three U of M researchers discuss our manure nitrogen guidelines. What are the most important considerations when making a nutrient management plan for manure application? Is it possible to put a value on the nutrients in manure? How does manure fit in with the maximum return to nitrogen (MRTN) app…
 
Post-capitalist society and the knowledge economy Overcoming leadership vertigo in the age of Covid-19 A fresh perspective on leadership for Trinidad and Tobago Leadership for synergy - act now Innovation or ‘creative imitation’ How to be everywhere at once and have more time Leading and managing in Japan: a whole society model Character and integr…
 
You're going to put a LOT of effort into making this holiday season your best ever for your affiliate program (and your affiliate marketing). Don't waste that effort and let the momentum stop when Christmas passes or the new year begins. Today, I'll share some of my top strategies to keep the holiday momentum going all year long! LINKS MENTIONED IN…
 
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