Brendon Sinclair’s Business Mix Show # 1

by Tailored Podcast on November 22, 2005

Thanks for coming along to take a listen to our first ever podcast. Download the podcast below (or select a show above and click on it), take a listen and you could win a Mini iPod! The draw is for Friday November 25, 2005 at 4 pm. Listen to the podcast for full details.

There are 2 ways to listen:

1. Use the player above to have the audio stream in now
2. Download the mp3 file below to play later, download to your mp3 plater, etc

Click here to listen to Brendon Sinclair’s Business Mix Show # 1

Show Notes:

  • Introduction
  • Background on Brendon
  • Marketing – How to name your business – Making the most of a brilliant opportunity
  • Media – The one and only thing your media plan needs to have
  • Web – Making money with Google Adsense….and what your site needs to have for success

Web sites mentioned:

Tailored Consulting
Web Design Business Kit
SitePoint Tribune
Epismooth – web site that made huge sales after national media coverage
Google Adsense Blog
Take the survey about this first show
Contact details – we’d love your feedback

Click here to listen to Brendon Sinclair’s Business Mix Show # 1

And remember, as part of our shameless bribe to encourage you to listen to the Podcast you can win a Mini iPod. Listen to the show for full details.

Brendon Sinclair

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Brendon Sinclair November 23, 2005 at 8:34 am

Thanks to everyone who has provided the fantastic feedback.

Here’s a couple of samples:

“Drink a lot of Red Bull before the podcast, maybe have some Vicks to clear the sinuses, and for God’s sake put on some clothes!”

“While I’m just getting into podcasts, most of the ones I’ve listened too have some kind of musical lead in and they also use music during the podcast to segueway from one topic to the next. It’s just something to “spice up” the audio a bit, and you can get some great royalty free music to use at Also, at about 20 minutes, I felt the podcast to be a bit on the long side. I’m not sure what’s the right length, but I think 10 – 15 minutes would hold peoples interest a bit longe.” (That’s a great idea. The podcast needs to be broken up a bit and we’ll do that.)

“I need to listen more before offering an opinion, but please do continue to focus on ‘common sense’ approaches that do not require bazillions of dollars of advertising effort.”

Thanks again to those who have provided feedback. Really appreciate it.



Ali November 27, 2005 at 10:13 am

Hey Brendon,

Have you placed the draw yet?? Who won the I pod??


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