I was recently interviewed by the very talented Joel Hughes of Jojet. Joel is a web developer by trade, but a lot more than that too. Check out his blog here where he will go into all the gory details of his extremely diverse interests!

Have a listen and let me know what you think? I think I sound quite nervous, and as it always the case when I am nervous, I say a few things I immediately regret! Joel is a great interviewer though and I’m generally quite impressed with the podcast itself.

After listening back to myself and my incompetent mumblings I am once again so in awe the ability of professional broadcasters to stay cool, and only say what they mean.

Its easy to see how people get themselves into a tangle when being interviewed.

I really need to get over that 😦

Anyway, leave a comment or email me at TonyDowling@completelyfreemarketingadvice.com

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6 thoughts on “The JoJet Business Podcast (warning contains me!)

  1. Hi Tony,
    thanks for posting this! One thing I keep forgetting is that I *must* get closer to the mic; must try harder to watch the levels next time (or buy two clip on mics).

    Either way, you were great, very chatty and came across as very knowledgeable…which you are 🙂

    Joel

    1. Thanks Joel! And thanks for the opportunity, i enjoyed it, after my nervy start 🙂
      I think you sound OK in there? The levels are good?
      Clip on mics are always a good idea though!

  2. A comment emailed from the lovely Eiry Thomas

    Hello Super Trouper,

    So it’s a case of ‘Another Town, Another Train’: So say Abba! ‘Does your mother Know?’ Congratulations on the new post and also on the podcast. I really enjoyed it and learned a lot. I’ll be putting the advice and info into practice as I market my apps and books. The developers are based at Fforest Fach and this is an extract from an e-mail they sent yesterday:

    . . . ‘We just want to make these apps the best out there and our levels of quality are very high, so I apologise if we may be a little over keen to get things looking as great as possible. But it will all be worth it in the end.’ That’s what I call good salesmanship.

    I’m pleased that you’ll be based close to the Dylan Thomas celebrations as we approach such an important centenary. You’ll be inspired to write more than ever.

    ‘Thank you for the Music’.

    Eiry

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