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Top 10 Small Business Podcasts For 2006

The Small Business Trends Radio Show had a great year and we wanted to share the Top 10 Small Business Podcasts for 2006 with you.

Congratulations to the small business experts listed below — they had the most requested podcasts for 2006.

Here are the Top 10 Small Business Podcasts for 2006 (in no particular order):

Steve Kinney of Search Optimizers SEO Success for Small Business
Guest: Steve Kinney, Founder of Search Optimizers
Search engine optimization (SEO) can help your business beat your biggest competitors.

Gary Schoeniger on How to Start a Business With No Money How to Start a Business With No Money
Guest: Gary Schoeniger, Founder of
Gary Schoeniger started a business dead broke with a borrowed ladder. Soon he had a multi-million dollar business.

Ruth King on entrepreneurs who prevailed in the face of terrible situationsEntrepreneurial Terror: How to Get Through the Dark Days and Into the Light
Guest: Ruth King, CEO Business TV Channel
Uplifting true-life stories of entrepreneurs who overcame crises.

Lee Dodd on Online Forums Building a Successful Online Forum — a Case Study
Guest: Lee Dodd, Zydeca Media
Do you know what an online forum is? How would you use one for your business? Learn this and more.

Michael Dees an President of Esecurity-Direct Protect Your Intellectual Property Assets
Guest: Michael Dees, President of Esecurity-Direct
Michael, a seasoned technology professional, explains how to protect your intellectual property from theft.

Author Barry Moltz gives a readingStage a Business Coup
Guest: Barry Moltz, Author of “You Need to Be A Little Crazy
Barry does a reading of an article he wrote and gives the backstory on his real-life experiences behind it.

Jim Kukral on Online Marketing Mistakes Avoiding the Top 10 Online Marketing Mistakes
Guest: Jim Kukral, Publisher of ReveNews
Jim says “Tell me you didn’t buy that $99 offer to get a top Google listing — it does not work!” Listen and learn.

Ron McDaniel on buzz marketing What’s All This Buzz About Buzz Marketing?
Guest: Ron McDaniel, CEO of Buzzoodle
The trend toward buzz marketing and word of mouth marketing — and why they are so important today.

Dan Hoffman on VOIP Simplified Voice over IP (VoIP) in plain English
Guest: Dan Hoffman, CEO of M5 Networks
Dan Hoffman of M5 Networks explains how VOIP technology can transform your business.

Jennifer Laycock on SEO Search Engine Marketing is Not Voodoo
Guest: Jennifer Laycock, Editor-in-Chief of Search Engine Guide
Search engine marketing really isn’t voodoo, it is something you can do.

We would also like to make a special mention of Warren Carter, CEO of MyOnlyOne, along with Andy Birol, Founder of Birol Growth Consulting, both of whom have achieved emeritus status as perennial favorites.

Our special thanks to our listeners and our informative small-business experts for your loyalty and support and for making the year 2006 such a success for Small Business Trends Radio!

3 Responses to “Top 10 Small Business Podcasts For 2006”

  1. Kare Anderson Says:

    Anita, Steve & the rest of your savvy team:
    You offer so much value in so many well-conceived formats – it has been an honor to be on your show. These top ten stellar shows demonstrate the range of value you offer businesses of every size.

    I’ve used many of the tips I’ve gleaned from your experts in launching our newest “SmartPartnership” SavvyHer, the first online social network where women 45+ get recognized and rewarded for their best tips for making life easier and more joyful.

    For both the tech-savvy and the rest of us at the shallow end of the pool you make your podcasts blog and eNewsletter a must-have tool. I will continue to rave about you both from the stage and in my newsletter.

  2. Steve Rucinski Says:

    We are blushing, thanks for the kudos and let us know how we can keep being of value to you.

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