Curtis McHale (twitter github blog) Eric Davis (twitter github blog) Reuven Lerner (twitter github blog) Charles Max Wood (twitter github Teach Me To Code Rails Ramp Up)
01:41 - Subscribers
04:02 - Email Lists vs Blog Content
11:39 - Content
16:31 - Layout, Servers, Services & Personalization
MailChimp Aweber CSS Support in Email Eric Davis: My simple HTML email template
34:02 - Launching Products
Nathan Barry: How To Launch Anything Soft Sale/Hard Sale Email Frequency
40:17 - Email Courses
Rails Security Controller Refactoring Course
Aweber (Eric) MailChimp (Eric) premailer (Eric) Logitech C920 (Curtis) Zotero (Reuven) Unsubscribing (Reuven) Patience (Chuck) Twitter Bootstrap (Chuck)
Book Yourself Solid: The Fastest, Easiest, and Most Reliable System for Getting More Clients Than You Can Handle Even if You Hate Marketing and Selling ! He will join us for an episode to discuss the book on September 24th. The episode will air on October 3rd.
SEO with Mike Brooks and Stephen Gardner
CHUCK: When I speak robot, I sound like R2-D2.
CHUCK: Hey everybody and welcome to Episode 74 of The Freelancers' Show! This week on our panel, we have Curtis MacHale.
CURTIS: Good day!
CHUCK: Eric Davis.
CHUCK: Reuven Lerner.
REUVEN: Hi everyone!
CHUCK: I'm Charles Max Wood from DevChat.tv. This week, we're going to be talking about "Email Lists". One thing I want to say before we get started, one of the reasons I do this show is to help me kind of get business. It looks like I'm going to have a slight low, so if you need help with your Ruby programming, let me know. Alright --
ERIC: Hey, wait! Chuck, I need help with my Ruby programming, can I let you know?
CHUCK: Do you have money?[Laughter]
REUVEN: This is not a typical interaction they help.[Laughter]
CHUCK: Anyway, let's talk about email lists. I'm sure you guys, or at least some of you guys, have email lists that you manage, or email lists that you don't manage.
CURTIS: Yeah, it's the both.
CHUCK: [Laughs] Yeah, that's much more my case. I'm a little bit curious, do any of you have more than a few hundred subscribers in any of your lists?
ERIC: I have a little less than 700 on my main list right now; I have the dashboard in front of me.
REUVEN: I don't run a list for my work, but I run a community list that is about 2700 people on it.
CHUCK: Well, if you're talking about something like Ruby Rogues Parley, then I have one.[Laughter]
CHUCK: I don't really think of it that way. I don't go and -- I participate in as opposed to send out updates or however you want to talk about --
ERIC: Yeah, the exclusive person on it.
CHUCK: Yeah. And maybe we can talk about those lists, too. But I was thinking more along the lines of the newsletter lists or the marketing lists or whatever you want to call them.
CURTIS: My main one up until real recently was from my first book that I wrote about becoming a WordPress development professional. I've sent out a few emails on that,