This Old Podcast – Introducing Amanda Padilla
Our latest Podcast introduces the author of the first seven Industry Segment Marketing Kits, Amanda Padilla. In this episode, I talk to a non-accountant who builds a great educational product for accountants who want to learn the details of a new niche or market segment. Listen in and find out what it takes to do… (0 comment)

This Old Podcast – Introducing Markwei Boye
Our first Podcast introduces a major success story, Markwei Boye of Southfield, Michigan. In this episode, I team up with one of our long time clients and friends, Markwei Boye, of Southfield, Michigan, to look at the economics of an Enrolled Agent and accounting practitioner who chose to become an attorney and expand his practice… (0 comment)

This Old Podcast – Introducing Chris Groote
This week we talk with another of our long term friends, copywriter Chris Groote, about what accountants and tax professionals can do as far as developing content for practice marketing and promotion. Chris and I first met a couple of years ago when I was testing copywriters for the Practice Builder Publishing “Done For You”… (0 comment)

This Old Podcast – Introducing Chauncey Hutter
This week we talk with one of the big names in the tax marketing industry, Chauncey Hutter, Jr.. Chauncey is a best-selling author and leading marketing consultant and success coach to the tax industry. Chauncey grew his father’s $50,000 per year tax preparation business to a multi-million dollar empire with 24 locations, 400+ employees and… (0 comment)

This Old Podcast – Introducing Jamie Gilleland
This week we talk with Jamie Gilleland. Jamie is an expert in sales and marketing who just so happens to be one of the top automation experts in the country. She’s worked with Fortune 100 companies and start ups and as a small business owner herself has experienced the challenges of the building and systematizing… (0 comment)

This Old Podcast – Introducing Mark Williams
This week we talk with another of our long term friends, Mark Williams, about how he morphed away from running a conventional bookeeping or accounting practice, gave up offering tax return preparation to the public, and instead earns residual income by having others perform the service. Mark has been a member of the Instant Practice… (0 comment)