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E38: The Future of Search and SEO with AI on the Horizon with Wil Reynolds

In this episode, Wil Reynolds, VP of Innovation at Seer Interactive, discusses various topics related to the impact of AI and automation on search, SEO, job markets, and opportunities for young people. Experts share their thoughts on AI-generated content, strategies for website testing, the potential disruption and economic value of ads, and concerns about job displacement. While highlighting challenges, the episodes also emphasize the opportunities for innovation and equal access to opportunities in an automated ...

E37: From Throwing Parties in College to Scaling a Marketplace Tech Company with Makenzie Stokel

In this episode, Makenzie Stokel, co-founder of EVA, shares the evolution of their platform from helping musicians get paid to connecting entertainers with businesses for corporate events. She discusses the challenges of transitioning into tech and the importance of validating ideas. Additionally, she talks about managing demand on a two-sided marketplace and pivoting to a virtual model during Covid-19. Finally, Stokel shares insights on the role of masculine and feminine energy in business and future ...

E36: Dub Your Content in Every Language with Camb AI’s Ack Prakash

In this episode, Camb AI’s CTO and Co-founder, Akshat Prakash, talks about Camb AI’s revolutionizing language translation. Ack Prakash is the CTO and Co-founder of Camb AI, a technology revolutionizing speech-to-speech translation with proprietary technologies and a focus on high-resource to low-resource languages. Here are a few of the topics we’ll discuss on this episode of Cache Flow: The importance of raising the bar for AI dubbing and translation by preserving contextual understanding and perfecting ...

E35: The OGs of YouTube Analytics with VideoAmigo’s Ajoy Thomas

This episode, VideoAmigo’s CEO, Ajoy Thomas, talks about the ways YouTube is changing as a platform, how to build a presence on YouTube, and why it’s easier to build an audience on YouTube rather than TikTok. Ajoy Thomas is the CEO of VideoAmigo, a technology-enabled services company that builds video audiences for the world’s largest brands. Here are a few of the topics we’ll discuss on this episode of Cache Flow: How the YouTube landscape ...

E34: Founding and Scaling an Online Training Platform with TrainHeroic’s Josh Sutchar

This episode, TrainHeroic’s Co-founder Josh Sutchar talks about the importance of business strategy for personal trainers and gym owners, different ways to improve user engagement, and the future of training. Josh Sutchar is the Co-Founder of TrainHeroic, an online training platform for coaches and athletes. Here are a few of the topics we’ll discuss on this episode of Cache Flow: What makes a product successful. Different benefits of using metrics to measure engagement. Ways to ...

E33: Solving the Reading Crisis in America with Ignite! Reading’s Jessica Sliwerski

This episode, Ignite! Reading’s Co-founder and CEO, Jessica Sliwerski, talks about the illiteracy crisis in America, how her organization is giving children the right to read, and the ways to close the equity gap in early literacy instruction for children in poverty. Jessica Sliwerski is the Founder & CEO of Ignite! Reading, a virtual high-dosage foundational reading skills intervention literacy program that’s partnering with schools in six states with a goal of serving 50,000 students ...

E32: Using Tech to Break the Poverty Cycle with Hopeworks’ Dan Rhoton

This episode, Hopeworks’ Executive Director, Dan Rhoton, talks about how Hopeworks is helping people overcome economic hardships, the key indicators that someone will stay in employment, and what it’s been like expanding into Philadelphia. Dan Rhoton is an experienced education and nonprofit leader, with two decades of experience helping youth and adults achieve their dreams. Dan is the Executive Director at Hopeworks, a non-profit that uses technology, education, and entrepreneurship to connect young people to ...

E31: The Science Behind Building Winning Teams with Predictive Index’s Mike Zani

In this episode, Predictive Index’s CEO, Mike Zani, talks about what makes Search Funds successful, the behavioral science behind personality assessments, and the ways that your assets can work as your liabilities. Mike Zani is Predictive Index’s CEO, a market-leading employee assessment platform for hiring and advancing your internal team and talent. He grew the company from a low 8-figure to a 9-figure business and continues to bring them success. Mike has grown and sold ...

E30: Origin story of Laravel and the state of PHP with Taylor Otwell

This episode, Laravel’s Founder and CEO Taylor Otwell talks about how he created such a successful PHP framework for web developers, the ways AI can be used in Laravel, and the industries that are going to be most affected by AI. Taylor Otwell is the Founder and CEO of Laravel, an easy-to-use PHP web application framework that helps users create extensible websites and web applications at scale. Here are a few of the topics we’ll ...

E29: From Idea to Rapid Scale: Building SaaS Products in the Cloud with Guru’s Rick Nucci

This episode, Guru’s co-founder and CEO Rick Nucci talks about the difference between selling high-ticket and low-ticket SaaS products, how he built a cloud-based product, and bought his company to over a million dollars in annual revenue. Rick Nucci has been an entrepreneur in the Philadelphia area since 1999 and is currently the co-founder & CEO of Guru. Guru is the collaborative knowledge management solution behind the next generation of knowledge workers. With hundreds of ...

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