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Welcome to Writer Types, the thriller, crime and mystery fiction podcast hosted by Eric Beetner. Our two monthly episodes include author interviews, publishing insights from industry professionals, book reviews, convention reports, and more. Join today's top crime and mystery authors for a few laughs and some really great reads.
 
Formerly the We Need More Heroes Podcast, the Call to Adventure pod brings you the best in adventure and activism. We sit down with adventurers who are doing something inspiring - skiing to the poles, summiting mountains, putting up new routes, exploring the unknown - whilst doing their bit to protect our wild places. Join the mission at CalltoAdventure.UK and 'CalltoAdventureOfficial' on social media.
 
The World Is Listening To DAVE RABBIT Are You? ”Dave Rabbit”, the “Godfather Of Pirate Radio”, welcomes you to "The Rabbit Zone". So Fasten Your Seat Belts, bring your seats and tray tables to their Fully Upright Position, then bend over and Kiss Your Ass Goodbye, because the “Dave Rabbit” & “Radio First Termer” Pirate Radio Experience is an Extremely Dangerous & Bumpy Ride! Everything Here Is FREE To Enjoy & Share! DAVE RABBIT LOVES JESSICA RABBIT Military EntertainmentNetwork In 2006, Dave ...
 
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Nick Swan was about to launch paid plans for his SaaS when a sudden terrible life event changed everything for Nick and his family. "The doctor said, 'You have to go the main hospital now. Drive straight up there. Don't even pack a bag.' He didn't say what it was, but he said it was serious." We discuss how this affected his life, his family and hi…
 
Co-host Ellen Byron joins Eric to talk cozy mysteries and help introduce legendary thriller writer Linwood Barclay (Find You First) and debut author Mia Manansala (Arsenic and Adobo) Eric and Ellen are joined by Jennifer J Chow and Olivia Matthews to discuss the origins of the cozy mystery as we know it today. Plus a visit from resident reviewers T…
 
Peldi Guilizzoni steps in as host this week, and chats with GDPR expert Aleth Gueguen about how the GDPR is shaping and affecting our SaaS businesses. Topics include: Is the GDPR being enforced? How has it changed our businesses? How can we shape new businesses to ensure we meet data protection requirements? Does the GDPR give larger businesses an …
 
In a jam-packed episode Eric talks to authors Chris Whitaker (We Begin At The End) Amy Suiter Clarke (Girl, 11) and Nicci French (The Other Side Of The Door). Plus, the duo behind the Best of Manhunt collections and She Said/She Said reviews Don't Turn Around by Jessica Barry All music used by permission under the creative commons license. Music in…
 
Aidan Doyle is a science fiction writer. Amongst his work are two self-published books, including The Writer's Book of Doubt. I'm planning to produce a book later this year as a marketing endeavour for Feature Upvote. So I chatted with Aidan to get tips on how to do this well. Aidan's website Aidan on Twitter The Writer's Book of Doubt Discuss this…
 
Author Kris Calvin joins Eric as guest co host. Featuring interviews with Alma Katsu (Red Widow) Peter Swanson (Every Vow You Break) and Wallace Stroby (Heaven's A Lie). All music used by permission under the creative commons license. Music in this episode includes: Blueprint by Jahzzar Blue Break by Silent Partner Downtown by Podington Bear Hungar…
 
Eric talks with three amazing authors with the help of guest co-host Erica Ruth Neubauer (Death At Wedgefield Manor) Legendary creator of Maisie Dobbs, Jacqueline Winspear, debut author and criminal defense attorney Nadine Matheson and thriller writer Ell Marr all discus their latest books. All music used by permission under the creative commons li…
 
My guest in this episode is Corey Haines, founder of Swipe Files. Swipe Files is a membership site that provides content, community, and courses to help you master marketing. Learn more about Swipe Files. Corey's podcast: Everything is Marketing. Discuss this episode on our community. This episode is also on YouTube.…
 
Eric springs a surprise co[hosting gig on the Malmons in this episode, then he talks with Peter Robinson, author of the long-running DCI Banks novels series. Debut author Robyn Gigl (By Way Of Sorrow) and French author Johana Gustawsson (Blood Song) All music used by permission under the creative commons license. Music in this episode includes: Blu…
 
Alex Yumashev, founder of JitBit, returns to the show. We discuss: why Alex ditched Google Analytics from his website how he keeps his work interesting after so many years running the same business why differentiation is often not possible finding freelancers the good and bad of being a bootstrapping entrepreneur Alex's company: https://www.jitbit.…
 
Small press and self published authors are in the spotlight this week. Writers like Mick McCrary, Jonathan Brown, Delia C Pitts, Murphy Morrison and Greg Hickey all chat with Eric. Plus we hear from Gabriel Valjean, Mark Atley, Eric Dezenhall and Sandra Wells. All music used by permission under the creative commons license. Music in this episode in…
 
Nick Franklin and I talked about what it is like to go down the venture capital route instead of bootstrapping. For me this was a glimpse into another way of doing things. Nick and I discussed: why he used outside investment to create ChartMogul ChartMogul's focus on creating good content finding a steady stream of interesting things to write about…
 
Eric is joined in the co-host seat by author Greg Levin (In Wolves' Clothing, The Exit Man, Sick To Death). They talk with debut medical thriller author Tammy Euliano (Fatal Intent) Thriller writer Rio Youers (Lola On Fire) and true crime author Harold Schechter (Maniac) All music used by permission under the creative commons license. Music in this…
 
Peldi Guilizzoni is the founder of low-fidelity wireframing tool Balsamiq. Peldi and Steve discuss: why Peldi tracks almost nothing except revenue and profits talking to customers instead of using analytics on being "so good they can't ignore you" how to apply a coder's approach to marketing how Balsamiq is run like a "cozy restaurant on the web" n…
 
We argue for and against having a monthly email newsletter for your product. Ed is firmly in the "No way" corner. Steve represents the "You gotta have a newsletter" side. Let the debate begin! Also mentioned: Do Open - How a simple email newsletter can transform your business (and it can), by David Hieatt…
 
Eric is joined by TV writer Lindsey Allen, winner of our co-host for a day contest! They speak with legendary author JA Jance, thriller writer Steve Berry and novelist and screenwriter Daniel Pyne. Plus Eric is joined to answer A Question by author Jake Hinkson and the team behind Renee Patrick, Rosemarie and Vince Keenan. All music used by permiss…
 
Ed and I cover a lot of ground this week: podcasting nerves geotrivia as marketing a brief foray into geopolitics using Twitter for marketing the frustrating unpredictability of what marketing efforts will bear fruit the pleasure of working from home dealing with zombie customers The Bootstrapped podcast now has its own Twitter account - follow to …
 
Author Julia Dahl (writer of the Rebekah Roberts series) joins Eric as co-host to talk with Dana Stabenow (the Kate Shugak series and Liam Campbell series), cold war spy novelist Paul Vidich and author and forensics expert Jennifer Graeser Dornbush (Hole In The Woods). Plus the Malmons review the latest from Jess Lourey and Matthew Iden All music u…
 
Eric talks with German best seller Sebastian Fitzek about his new novel, The Package, then Isabella Maldonado about her new series starter The Cipher, then debut author Fiona King Foster about The Captive. Plus, a new segment - A Question - with Jason Pinter and Nick Petrie discussing long running series and how they keep up the quality. All music …
 
Allan Jardine is the creator of DataTables, a popular jQuery plugin. We discuss his challenges and successes as he learned how to make a viable business from creating Open Source software. We also discuss Allan's new SaaS product, CloudTables. Discuss this topic and more with the Bootstrapped community.…
 
We're back from hiatus and here for the new season. Eric talks with Swedish superstars Lars Kepler about their latest, Lazarus. Lee Goldberg stops by with his new Even Ronin thriller, Bone Canyon. And debut author Nev March is here with her mystery Murder In Old Bombay. Plus a visit from resident book reviewers The Malmons. Music used by permission…
 
Ed grills me on my progress with Saber Feedback, my B2B SaaS, nine months after I acquired it. We talk about SEO, competitors, getting backlinks, finding a niche, and resisting the temptation to write code instead of doing marketing. Discuss this topic and more on the Bootstrapped discussion forum.저자 Steve McLeod
 
Ed and I discuss what we want to achieve in 2021. Last year, unexpected world events turned our "goals for 2020" upside-down. Having learnt no lesson whatsoever from this, we fearlessly enter 2021 with plans! We mentioned Ed's personal blog in this episode. Discuss this episode and more on our discussion forum for Bootstrappers.…
 
This is a talk I recently gave at Barcelona's ESIC business school. Ostensibly, I spoke on working with intangibles as products. But actually, I told the story of how I started as a bootstrapper - and revealed how clueless I was at the beginning. So, if you are curious about how I got started creating and selling software products, then you'll enjo…
 
Liz is an expert in onboarding email sequences. Over the course of this episode, Liz helps me design a great email sequence for Saber Feedback. On the way, there are plenty of practical tips for better emails that you can apply to your product's emails. Want to see the results of my conversation with Liz? Sign up for Saber Feedback, and experience …
 
Ed and Steve talk about recent challenges and successes in their bootstrapped SaaS businesses. Ed tells of the agony of doing enterprise sales. Steve admits to self-doubt when waiting for SEO results. Some things we discussed: 2020 SaaS Podcast Awards Our forum thread on dealing with endless business administration Fathom Analytics…
 
Moritz Dausinger, founder of refiner.io, chats about his success as a serial founder of bootstrapped SaaS products. He founded and sold two B2B SaaS apps, and now he's doing it a third time. Moritz shares some real-world practical, proven tips based on his repeat successes. Moritz's current SaaS app: refiner.io Moritz's previous SaaS apps: Docparse…
 
Ed and Steve discuss the endless burden of busy-work that comes with running a business - and how we try to minimise it. We also mention Ed's new marketing-related hire, Feature Upvote's dashboard design overhaul, and using a content agency to write blog posts for Saber Feedback. The invoice handling service we mentioned is GetMyInvoices. Discuss t…
 
Jenny Tough embodies adventure through and through. She's competed in ultra bikepacking races around the world including the Atlas Mountain Race, Silk Road Mountain Race No1, the TransatlanticWayRace, and the TransScotland to name a few. Jenny’s also on a mission to run solo and unsupported across a mountain range on every continent, some of which …
 
Alex runs a successful help desk software company with only 3 employees, competing in a crowded market. We discuss: the importance of industry knowledge, the customer awareness funnel, advanced SEO techniques, bringing on a co-founder after you've already got traction. Links: Jitbit Alex on Twitter Gail Goodman's talk ‘The Long, Slow, SaaS Ramp of …
 
Robin Warren of Corrello tells me how he finds and recruits freelance developers for his bootstrapped software company. We also talk about: Robin's business creating Trello Power-ups Using Product Hunt to hone your marketing message Juggling multiple products Links: Robin on Twitter Corrello Blue Cat Reports Burndown Charts by Corrello Robin's prev…
 
I seek Ed's advice on some Saber Feedback stuff. We talk about pricing, free plans, legacy framework woes, and database hosting. We also chat about: running Geomob as an online conference instead as a COVID alternative to an in-person conference automating away common customer support enquiries Discuss this topic and more on the Bootstrapped discus…
 
3 authors, 3 doctors! Plus a fall book preview featuring recommended books coming out later this year. All music use by permission. Music in this episode includes: Keep It Tight by John Deley Menilmontant by Latche Swing The Diplomatic Scandal by The Polish Ambassador Boots for Seven Miles by Kielokaz They Went Shopping by Captive Portal Luminous b…
 
This week we've gone for a completely different approach. Instead of delving into the life of an adventurer or activist I've teamed up with a co-host, Adam Hugill, to give you our best cycle touring and bikepacking tips. There's something for everyone in here from absolute beginners to more experienced bike rats. Our top tips range from the bigger …
 
Robert Brandl of ToolTester Network built his company by developing excellent SEO skills. In this episode he turns his skills to Saber Feedback, and gives me awesome advice on how to solve my SEO problems. We also talk about his recent acquisition of https://howtogetonline.com/ Other links: Robert on Twitter: @robertbrandl Saber Feedback's guide to…
 
This week we’re chatting with Nick Hayes, the author of a number of books including The Book of Trespass, A Sunday Times Best Seller. Nick is also a talented illustrator, graphic novelist, political cartoonist, and avid countryside explorer. We talk about the controversial plan of the conservative government to criminalise trespassing, its impact o…
 
Four authors with three books join Eric to talk abotu their latest including co-authors Smith Henderson and Jon Marc Smith (Make The Cry) Heather Young (The Distant Dead) and debut author Micah Nemerever. All music used by permission under the creative commons license. Music in this episode includes: I Found a New Baby by Underscore Orkestra A Lil …
 
Ed Freyfogle is back again. This week he interviews Steve on his progress with Saber Feedback, six months after acquisition. Ed marvels at how many words we were able to write about feedback buttons. We also talk a bit about co-working in the age of Covid. Discuss this topic and more on the Bootstrapped discussion forum.…
 
Ed Freyfogle steps in for me this week and interviews Hrishi Mittal, founder of online learning platform Learnetto. Hrishi shares his struggle to progress past a point of having limited success without finding real traction. He also talks about his desire to bring on a cofounder. Hrishi on Twitter Learnetto Learnetto on Twitter "The Complete React …
 
Eric is joined by Nancy Stohlman to talk about flash fiction and her new book Going Short. Plus authors Beau Johnson and Ryan Sayles. All music used by permission under the creative commons license. Music in this episode includes: The Diplomatic Scandal by The Polish Ambassador Urchins by Rondo Brothers You Like It by Vibe Tracks Chuuch BY The Good…
 
Carla Molina is an Endurance Athlete, Ultra Runner, Running Coach, Speaker and Adventurer, on a mission to explore the world on foot. She’s represented Team GB at the 100k World Championships and currently competes for Team Massmart, an elite woman’s running team Carla just broke the Guinness World Record for the fastest women’s time running 1,327k…
 
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