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Voice of the Asian Tech Ecosystem by Graham Brown

Latest Episodes

313: Edith Yeung on investment and future of blockchain (Ashley Talks 21)

Podcast highlights: 14:58 You are investing a lot in China while many of your colleagues in the San Francisco area do not. How does this usually work? -- Each investor has a different style in terms how they want to attract companies. It tends to be easier if you're vertically focused on a particular market, for example blockchain. If you are a founder, it's necessary to find the people who are vertically focused on the products or markets you are interested in. You should know when you reach out who you want to be contacting regarding potential investments. 24:24 Turning now to the topic of blockchain, what is your vision of the future of blockchain? -- Multiple parts to this answer. Excited because it represents a change in how we think about the ownership of data. From a technology side, it's changed how people think about a lot of relationships. Obviously distributed ledger technology is not new, but what is new is the idea of tokenization. It helps creators and investors get th...

-1 s2018 JUL 18
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313: Edith Yeung on investment and future of blockchain (Ashley Talks 21)

308: Benjamin Joffe (Ashley Talks ASH20)

Podcast highlights: 11:15 If you look around Asia, what is the most exciting market you see going forward? -- Just because of it's scale, China is the place. There is no comparison to what China is doing in terms of the amount of resources being poured into innovation in China now. India is starting to rise. Indonesia is massive; but it is lacking in some of the basic infrastructure that make technical systems thrive. It's a massive problem to figure out how to offer services in a market and ecosystem that is completely different. 32:15 How do you choose the right companies to work with? -- In the end we don't know if we've chosen the right companies. Maybe there are some we've missed along the way. We tend to look for very classic things. Does the startup have the right team? Do they have the skills to build with? Are they coachable? What is their market potential? What is their technology potential? Then we look at their prototype. This tells us a lot about whether the team is cap...

-1 s2018 JUL 11
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308: Benjamin Joffe (Ashley Talks ASH20)

302: Olga Oleinikova (Ashley Talks ASH19)

Podcast highlights: 13:00 In your career of studying people, what are some things people in business should know and try to apply in their daily life? -- Consider whether you're dealing with customers on the one hand, or members of your team on the other. With customers, follow them. Don't develop solutions that don't respond to a need. Get inside their behavior and don't make them do something they don't want to do. With your team, always listen. Be open and receptive to what you see. 24:50 Let's talk about social media. What is your favorite social network and what do you think is the future of social media? -- Today social media is like a shopping mall. Younger people don't watch TV, but they are all on social. This means social media is the most effective way to reach your target audience. The problem for most companies is turning social media interest into sales. In terms of platforms, Facebook and Instagram are the two highest drivers of converting interest into sales. 59:00 H...

-1 s2018 JUL 4
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302: Olga Oleinikova (Ashley Talks ASH19)

291: Ankit Prasad (Ashley Talks ASH18)

Podcast highlights: 12:45 What is the Bobble keyboard? 28:00 Does Ankit think Asia is a bit more narcissistic in social media? Will places like Europe or Latin America also hop on that train or is it something unique or heavily used in Asia? Also, does Ankit feel that this social media trend will continue and if so, what's next after emojis? 49:15 Right now, so many companies out there are obsessed with data to feed future AI machines. In Ankit's view, what is the right way to use data? Podcast notes: 00:05 ASH18 - Ashley Talks with Ashley Galina Dudarenok 00:10 Welcome Ankit Prasad to Ashley Talks 01:00 Ankit programmed his first thing when he was six years old! 02:45 Does Ankit think that ingenuity - when it comes to technology, this skill or curiosity - is learned or inborn? 03:45 Ankit went and built a company when he was 16. Is he coming from an entrepreneurial background or is his family in business? How does that happen to a teenager? 06:15 How did Ankit's parents react when ...

-1 s2018 JUN 27
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291: Ankit Prasad (Ashley Talks ASH18)

276: Jasen Wang (Ashley Talks ASH17)

Podcast highlights: 00:55 Tell us more about Makeblock -- Makeblock is a company whose aim is to help people create. Often people have an idea but need help on the mechanical, software, or electronics side of things. What we do is provide a platform to unify these elements and help people create. 12:15 What advice would you offer people in terms of how to get started? What things do you think are necessary to be successful in this field? -- You have to have an interest in what you're doing. Running a business is very very hard, so having that interest is important. Another recommendation is think differently. Many people fail because they just try to copy what someone else is doing and don't bring new ideas and products to market. 51:30 If you can leave listeners with some wisdom, what would it be? -- Do things that help people remain in the physical world. Keep building and creating! Podcast notes: NOTE: This episode contains explicit language. 00:05 Welcome Jasen Wang, Founder and...

-1 s2018 JUN 20
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276: Jasen Wang (Ashley Talks ASH17)

273: Fransiska Hadiwidjana (Ashley Talks ASH16)

Podcast highlights: 12:50 How does Fransiska motivate herself to always stay curious? How can everyone keep being curious? 22:00 What role does Fransiska want to play in the future of humanity with regards to programming? 32:00 What can people learn from Fransiska being strong and successful even as a "minority"? Fransiska's key lessons - believe in yourself and have the right mentors Podcast notes: 00:05 ASH16 - Ashley Talks with Ashley Galina Dudarenok 00:10 Welcome Fransiska Hadiwidjana to Ashley Talks 01:00 Fransiska tells why she's so interested in STEM and how she went about achieving all these fantastic things 09:50 What does Fransiska have to say to people who say tech, math, physics - stuff she's interested in from early on - is not a "girl thing"? 12:50 How does Fransiska motivate herself to always stay curious? How can everyone keep being curious? 13:50 Who are some of Fransiska's inspirators, mentors, cheerleaders - people who she looks up to and who drive her forward? 1...

-1 s2018 JUN 13
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273: Fransiska Hadiwidjana (Ashley Talks ASH16)

270: Amy Blaschka (Ashley Talks ASH15)

Podcast highlights: 10:06 As videos become more popular, are copywriting and words becoming less relevant? Videos vs the written word 25:03 Amy talks about her favourite social media platform LinkedIn and how it has transformed itself into a content creation platform 29:42 The importance of being perfectly imperfect and showing authenticity as well as vulnerability on social media Podcast notes: 00:05 ASH15 - Ashley Talks with Amy Blaschka hosted by Ashley Galina Dudarenok 00:55 Amy's story - how did Amy become a business owner, copywriter and brand strategist? 06:26 Is writing a skill that can be learnt by anyone? Amy's perspective on this 10:06 As videos become more popular, are copywriting and words becoming less relevant? Videos vs the written word 14:27 Amy's opinion of ghostwriters and the ghostwriting industry 18:36 More about ghostwriting, from having a template, the time it takes and how much it pays 24:03 Why hasn't Amy authored a book by herself yet? 25:03 Amy talks about...

-1 s2018 JUN 6
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270: Amy Blaschka (Ashley Talks ASH15)

264: Sam Waldo (Ashley Talks ASH14)

Podcast highlights: 00:51 What is your story? Why China? -- I studied Chinese at university, it seemed a very challenging thing to do. I came to China on a study-abroad and it was obvious China was the place to be. In 2010, I joined a non-profit called Teach for China (link to Chinese language website). What better way to plan for a long-term career in China than to start from the ground up? 25:15 How would you define modern Chinese consumers? -- Young Chinese consumers are slowly moving in a more socially-conscious direction. Things you already see are environmental awareness, health, and a desire for a cleaner, more simplistic lifestyle. This is completely brand new in China. One thing you see is companies who try to copy this model don't do too well because they lack the authenticity. This is really important if you are going to succeed in this space. 39:30 What has been your experience as a foreigner doing business in China? -- As a foreigner you have a ceiling. There are places...

-1 s2018 MAY 30
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264: Sam Waldo (Ashley Talks ASH14)

259: Nabomita Mazumdar (Ashley Talks ASH13)

Podcast highlights:09:36 Where do you find energy for your passions? -- Everyone needs something that can keep them awake at 2:00am. At the end of the day these communities are people in flesh and bone. Serving them is a wonderful thing.14:48 Why do so many women have a complicated relationship to money in business? -- This is ironic because so many women have experiences as homemakers. Some of the best business skills you could hope for emerge from this work; but for some reason, when women become product-makers or entrepreneurs they become "too feminine" about money and almost shy to talk about numbers.31:28 What is the future for workers who in a very short time may lose their jobs and livelihoods as a result of automation and technological change? -- Bots and robots are inevitable. The sorts of "cookie-cutter" jobs that were designed in the first place for machines and not humans will go back to the machines. These human workers are not yet ready to take on more specialized tasks. We need to change this.Podcast notes:00:05 ASH13 - Ashley Talks with Ashley Galina Dudarenok and Nabomita Mazumdar00:55 What is your story? -- In her final year in college, Nabomita was introduced to an anonymous online community in India. She linked up with the founder and helped establish offline chapters in cities across India and around the world. After four years as a contributor, she joined the effort full-time. These rich interactions taught her product development and business acumen.06:23 What are you working on right now? -- Nothing inspires me more than building a product. Right now I'm working with a human resources (HR) company called comply4HR, which is a human resources compliance company who's entire content is written by people in authority in HR governance. This makes the site valuable because the content is highly validated and curated.09:36 Where do you find energy for your passions? -- Everyone needs something that can keep them awake at 2:00am. At the end of the day these communities are people in flesh and bone. Serving them is a wonderful thing.11:08 How do men and women differ in business? -- Notice that we haven't been talking about numbers or features. We've been talking about people, about women. This is the difference. Women do not think in terms of numbers but in terms of people. Sometimes this harms women trying to launch products or brands where investors and VCs want returns and systematized growth plans. Women need to learn these skills in order to succeed.14:48 Why do so many women have a complicated relationship to money in business? -- This is ironic because so many women have experiences has homemakers. Some of the best business skills you could hope for emerge from this work, but for some reason when women become product-makers or entrepreneurs they become "too feminine" about money and almost shy to talk about numbers.17:35 What can men learn from women? -- Empathy! Women instinctively know what to do next. If men can learn to empathize more and women learn number-crunching skills we can all build a better world.18:50 How have you seen India change in the past 10 years? -- India is right now in a "maker's moment." Almost everyone is building a product. Everybody is adding to the ecosystem. It's a great moment in India right now.20:30 What are some cities in India that everyone around the world should know? Where are the major tech hubs in India now? -- Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai are the major metropolises everyone knows. But also Pune, where they are trying to build the best healthcare platform. India's tier-2 cities are picking up but the major metro areas still rule the roost.23:33 Is it difficult to be a young Indian woman in business in India? -- In India it is not easy to be a woman in business. There are some men who support women. Maybe the number isn't great yet, but things are improving.26:00 Do successful women simply make their mark and demand the world change to meet them? -- Absolutely!

-1 s2018 MAY 23
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259: Nabomita Mazumdar (Ashley Talks ASH13)

254: String Nguyen (Ashley Talks ASH12)

Podcast highlights:01:00 Starting out on Meerkat, how did String Nguyen build content and community around her video content and eventually get 20,000 followers on Linkedin?13:10 Growing your Linkedin followers to 20,000+ . There's a 30,000 limit on Linkedin followers, how do you get around it? How do you win a Linkedin "top voice" award? It's all about community and growth.44:30 Why did String delete SnapChat? What's the problem with SnapChat for content creators? How does the ROI of SnapChat compare with Linkedin?Podcast notes:00:00 ASH12 - Ashley Talks with Ashley Galina Dudarenok and String Nguyen01:00 Starting out on Meerkat, how did String Nguyen build content and community around her video content and eventually get 20,000 followers on Linkedin?05:00 How do videos convert compared to other platforms? Before you get to conversion, you should build brand awareness? Is it okay to publish informal personal content on Linkedin or does it have to be slick and professional?08:45 In video content creation, it's tortoise vs the hare. Personal branding is a marathon not a sprint. It's a full time job that you have to commit to for the long term13:10 Growing your Linkedin followers to 20,000+ . There's a 30,000 limit on Linkedin followers, how do you get around it? How do you win a Linkedin "top voice" award? It's all about community and growth.14:10 An insight about String's entrepreneurship and her journey. Where did it come from?19:00 How do you become good at communication and ask great questions in videos and podcasts?21:00 String's thoughts on Blockchain and ICOs, including who she follows on Twitter30:00 How do education systems shape our thinking processes and entrepreneurship long term?31:40 What are String's thought on Asia, innovation and entrepreneurship?39:00 Why did String double down on video? What does it mean for SEO? What about sponsored video content?44:30 Why did String delete SnapChat? What's the problem with SnapChat for content creators? How does the ROI of SnapChat compare with Linkedin?52:00 Live Streaming and the future of Video. Ashley and String discuss Live Streaming in Asia, its impact on social media, micro influencers and new retail.

-1 s2018 MAY 16
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254: String Nguyen (Ashley Talks ASH12)
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Latest Episodes

313: Edith Yeung on investment and future of blockchain (Ashley Talks 21)

Podcast highlights: 14:58 You are investing a lot in China while many of your colleagues in the San Francisco area do not. How does this usually work? -- Each investor has a different style in terms how they want to attract companies. It tends to be easier if you're vertically focused on a particular market, for example blockchain. If you are a founder, it's necessary to find the people who are vertically focused on the products or markets you are interested in. You should know when you reach out who you want to be contacting regarding potential investments. 24:24 Turning now to the topic of blockchain, what is your vision of the future of blockchain? -- Multiple parts to this answer. Excited because it represents a change in how we think about the ownership of data. From a technology side, it's changed how people think about a lot of relationships. Obviously distributed ledger technology is not new, but what is new is the idea of tokenization. It helps creators and investors get th...

-1 s2018 JUL 18
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313: Edith Yeung on investment and future of blockchain (Ashley Talks 21)

308: Benjamin Joffe (Ashley Talks ASH20)

Podcast highlights: 11:15 If you look around Asia, what is the most exciting market you see going forward? -- Just because of it's scale, China is the place. There is no comparison to what China is doing in terms of the amount of resources being poured into innovation in China now. India is starting to rise. Indonesia is massive; but it is lacking in some of the basic infrastructure that make technical systems thrive. It's a massive problem to figure out how to offer services in a market and ecosystem that is completely different. 32:15 How do you choose the right companies to work with? -- In the end we don't know if we've chosen the right companies. Maybe there are some we've missed along the way. We tend to look for very classic things. Does the startup have the right team? Do they have the skills to build with? Are they coachable? What is their market potential? What is their technology potential? Then we look at their prototype. This tells us a lot about whether the team is cap...

-1 s2018 JUL 11
Comments
308: Benjamin Joffe (Ashley Talks ASH20)

302: Olga Oleinikova (Ashley Talks ASH19)

Podcast highlights: 13:00 In your career of studying people, what are some things people in business should know and try to apply in their daily life? -- Consider whether you're dealing with customers on the one hand, or members of your team on the other. With customers, follow them. Don't develop solutions that don't respond to a need. Get inside their behavior and don't make them do something they don't want to do. With your team, always listen. Be open and receptive to what you see. 24:50 Let's talk about social media. What is your favorite social network and what do you think is the future of social media? -- Today social media is like a shopping mall. Younger people don't watch TV, but they are all on social. This means social media is the most effective way to reach your target audience. The problem for most companies is turning social media interest into sales. In terms of platforms, Facebook and Instagram are the two highest drivers of converting interest into sales. 59:00 H...

-1 s2018 JUL 4
Comments
302: Olga Oleinikova (Ashley Talks ASH19)

291: Ankit Prasad (Ashley Talks ASH18)

Podcast highlights: 12:45 What is the Bobble keyboard? 28:00 Does Ankit think Asia is a bit more narcissistic in social media? Will places like Europe or Latin America also hop on that train or is it something unique or heavily used in Asia? Also, does Ankit feel that this social media trend will continue and if so, what's next after emojis? 49:15 Right now, so many companies out there are obsessed with data to feed future AI machines. In Ankit's view, what is the right way to use data? Podcast notes: 00:05 ASH18 - Ashley Talks with Ashley Galina Dudarenok 00:10 Welcome Ankit Prasad to Ashley Talks 01:00 Ankit programmed his first thing when he was six years old! 02:45 Does Ankit think that ingenuity - when it comes to technology, this skill or curiosity - is learned or inborn? 03:45 Ankit went and built a company when he was 16. Is he coming from an entrepreneurial background or is his family in business? How does that happen to a teenager? 06:15 How did Ankit's parents react when ...

-1 s2018 JUN 27
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291: Ankit Prasad (Ashley Talks ASH18)

276: Jasen Wang (Ashley Talks ASH17)

Podcast highlights: 00:55 Tell us more about Makeblock -- Makeblock is a company whose aim is to help people create. Often people have an idea but need help on the mechanical, software, or electronics side of things. What we do is provide a platform to unify these elements and help people create. 12:15 What advice would you offer people in terms of how to get started? What things do you think are necessary to be successful in this field? -- You have to have an interest in what you're doing. Running a business is very very hard, so having that interest is important. Another recommendation is think differently. Many people fail because they just try to copy what someone else is doing and don't bring new ideas and products to market. 51:30 If you can leave listeners with some wisdom, what would it be? -- Do things that help people remain in the physical world. Keep building and creating! Podcast notes: NOTE: This episode contains explicit language. 00:05 Welcome Jasen Wang, Founder and...

-1 s2018 JUN 20
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276: Jasen Wang (Ashley Talks ASH17)

273: Fransiska Hadiwidjana (Ashley Talks ASH16)

Podcast highlights: 12:50 How does Fransiska motivate herself to always stay curious? How can everyone keep being curious? 22:00 What role does Fransiska want to play in the future of humanity with regards to programming? 32:00 What can people learn from Fransiska being strong and successful even as a "minority"? Fransiska's key lessons - believe in yourself and have the right mentors Podcast notes: 00:05 ASH16 - Ashley Talks with Ashley Galina Dudarenok 00:10 Welcome Fransiska Hadiwidjana to Ashley Talks 01:00 Fransiska tells why she's so interested in STEM and how she went about achieving all these fantastic things 09:50 What does Fransiska have to say to people who say tech, math, physics - stuff she's interested in from early on - is not a "girl thing"? 12:50 How does Fransiska motivate herself to always stay curious? How can everyone keep being curious? 13:50 Who are some of Fransiska's inspirators, mentors, cheerleaders - people who she looks up to and who drive her forward? 1...

-1 s2018 JUN 13
Comments
273: Fransiska Hadiwidjana (Ashley Talks ASH16)

270: Amy Blaschka (Ashley Talks ASH15)

Podcast highlights: 10:06 As videos become more popular, are copywriting and words becoming less relevant? Videos vs the written word 25:03 Amy talks about her favourite social media platform LinkedIn and how it has transformed itself into a content creation platform 29:42 The importance of being perfectly imperfect and showing authenticity as well as vulnerability on social media Podcast notes: 00:05 ASH15 - Ashley Talks with Amy Blaschka hosted by Ashley Galina Dudarenok 00:55 Amy's story - how did Amy become a business owner, copywriter and brand strategist? 06:26 Is writing a skill that can be learnt by anyone? Amy's perspective on this 10:06 As videos become more popular, are copywriting and words becoming less relevant? Videos vs the written word 14:27 Amy's opinion of ghostwriters and the ghostwriting industry 18:36 More about ghostwriting, from having a template, the time it takes and how much it pays 24:03 Why hasn't Amy authored a book by herself yet? 25:03 Amy talks about...

-1 s2018 JUN 6
Comments
270: Amy Blaschka (Ashley Talks ASH15)

264: Sam Waldo (Ashley Talks ASH14)

Podcast highlights: 00:51 What is your story? Why China? -- I studied Chinese at university, it seemed a very challenging thing to do. I came to China on a study-abroad and it was obvious China was the place to be. In 2010, I joined a non-profit called Teach for China (link to Chinese language website). What better way to plan for a long-term career in China than to start from the ground up? 25:15 How would you define modern Chinese consumers? -- Young Chinese consumers are slowly moving in a more socially-conscious direction. Things you already see are environmental awareness, health, and a desire for a cleaner, more simplistic lifestyle. This is completely brand new in China. One thing you see is companies who try to copy this model don't do too well because they lack the authenticity. This is really important if you are going to succeed in this space. 39:30 What has been your experience as a foreigner doing business in China? -- As a foreigner you have a ceiling. There are places...

-1 s2018 MAY 30
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264: Sam Waldo (Ashley Talks ASH14)

259: Nabomita Mazumdar (Ashley Talks ASH13)

Podcast highlights:09:36 Where do you find energy for your passions? -- Everyone needs something that can keep them awake at 2:00am. At the end of the day these communities are people in flesh and bone. Serving them is a wonderful thing.14:48 Why do so many women have a complicated relationship to money in business? -- This is ironic because so many women have experiences as homemakers. Some of the best business skills you could hope for emerge from this work; but for some reason, when women become product-makers or entrepreneurs they become "too feminine" about money and almost shy to talk about numbers.31:28 What is the future for workers who in a very short time may lose their jobs and livelihoods as a result of automation and technological change? -- Bots and robots are inevitable. The sorts of "cookie-cutter" jobs that were designed in the first place for machines and not humans will go back to the machines. These human workers are not yet ready to take on more specialized tasks. We need to change this.Podcast notes:00:05 ASH13 - Ashley Talks with Ashley Galina Dudarenok and Nabomita Mazumdar00:55 What is your story? -- In her final year in college, Nabomita was introduced to an anonymous online community in India. She linked up with the founder and helped establish offline chapters in cities across India and around the world. After four years as a contributor, she joined the effort full-time. These rich interactions taught her product development and business acumen.06:23 What are you working on right now? -- Nothing inspires me more than building a product. Right now I'm working with a human resources (HR) company called comply4HR, which is a human resources compliance company who's entire content is written by people in authority in HR governance. This makes the site valuable because the content is highly validated and curated.09:36 Where do you find energy for your passions? -- Everyone needs something that can keep them awake at 2:00am. At the end of the day these communities are people in flesh and bone. Serving them is a wonderful thing.11:08 How do men and women differ in business? -- Notice that we haven't been talking about numbers or features. We've been talking about people, about women. This is the difference. Women do not think in terms of numbers but in terms of people. Sometimes this harms women trying to launch products or brands where investors and VCs want returns and systematized growth plans. Women need to learn these skills in order to succeed.14:48 Why do so many women have a complicated relationship to money in business? -- This is ironic because so many women have experiences has homemakers. Some of the best business skills you could hope for emerge from this work, but for some reason when women become product-makers or entrepreneurs they become "too feminine" about money and almost shy to talk about numbers.17:35 What can men learn from women? -- Empathy! Women instinctively know what to do next. If men can learn to empathize more and women learn number-crunching skills we can all build a better world.18:50 How have you seen India change in the past 10 years? -- India is right now in a "maker's moment." Almost everyone is building a product. Everybody is adding to the ecosystem. It's a great moment in India right now.20:30 What are some cities in India that everyone around the world should know? Where are the major tech hubs in India now? -- Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai are the major metropolises everyone knows. But also Pune, where they are trying to build the best healthcare platform. India's tier-2 cities are picking up but the major metro areas still rule the roost.23:33 Is it difficult to be a young Indian woman in business in India? -- In India it is not easy to be a woman in business. There are some men who support women. Maybe the number isn't great yet, but things are improving.26:00 Do successful women simply make their mark and demand the world change to meet them? -- Absolutely!

-1 s2018 MAY 23
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259: Nabomita Mazumdar (Ashley Talks ASH13)

254: String Nguyen (Ashley Talks ASH12)

Podcast highlights:01:00 Starting out on Meerkat, how did String Nguyen build content and community around her video content and eventually get 20,000 followers on Linkedin?13:10 Growing your Linkedin followers to 20,000+ . There's a 30,000 limit on Linkedin followers, how do you get around it? How do you win a Linkedin "top voice" award? It's all about community and growth.44:30 Why did String delete SnapChat? What's the problem with SnapChat for content creators? How does the ROI of SnapChat compare with Linkedin?Podcast notes:00:00 ASH12 - Ashley Talks with Ashley Galina Dudarenok and String Nguyen01:00 Starting out on Meerkat, how did String Nguyen build content and community around her video content and eventually get 20,000 followers on Linkedin?05:00 How do videos convert compared to other platforms? Before you get to conversion, you should build brand awareness? Is it okay to publish informal personal content on Linkedin or does it have to be slick and professional?08:45 In video content creation, it's tortoise vs the hare. Personal branding is a marathon not a sprint. It's a full time job that you have to commit to for the long term13:10 Growing your Linkedin followers to 20,000+ . There's a 30,000 limit on Linkedin followers, how do you get around it? How do you win a Linkedin "top voice" award? It's all about community and growth.14:10 An insight about String's entrepreneurship and her journey. Where did it come from?19:00 How do you become good at communication and ask great questions in videos and podcasts?21:00 String's thoughts on Blockchain and ICOs, including who she follows on Twitter30:00 How do education systems shape our thinking processes and entrepreneurship long term?31:40 What are String's thought on Asia, innovation and entrepreneurship?39:00 Why did String double down on video? What does it mean for SEO? What about sponsored video content?44:30 Why did String delete SnapChat? What's the problem with SnapChat for content creators? How does the ROI of SnapChat compare with Linkedin?52:00 Live Streaming and the future of Video. Ashley and String discuss Live Streaming in Asia, its impact on social media, micro influencers and new retail.

-1 s2018 MAY 16
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254: String Nguyen (Ashley Talks ASH12)
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