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"sapiro" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:43 min | Last month

"sapiro" Discussed on WTOP

"Races are considered toss ups with Vega facing democratic congresswoman Abigail spanberger, and kiggins against democratic congresswoman Elaine lauria, Nick Allan Ellie, WTO news. A member of Congress from Virginia picks up a key endorsement in her tight battle for reelection, representative Abigail spanberger, a Democrat got the endorsement for Wyoming Republican representative Liz Cheney, Cheney praised what she calls bamberger's dedication to work across the aisle to find solutions, spanberger is locked in that tight reelection battle against Republican yes Vega in Virginia's 7th congressional district, the race is grabbing national attention as a barometer of each party's strength to gain control of the House in Tuesday's midterm elections. Meanwhile, key races for governor and the U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania brought out the current president and his immediate predecessor on Saturday. President Biden smacked it Republicans over to provincial of a national abortion law of Republicans gained control of Congress in Tuesday voting. The overturning roe wasn't the end of that. It was just the beginning. States are already passing bans. Without exception for rape or incest or the life of the mother. And senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina is going to make sure that if I'd like to another Republicans, they're going to ban choice completely. Let me tell you something. If they get enough states to do that, they get the Congress to vote for that. I will veto it. It will not happen. The president spoke at a Philadelphia rally for Senate democratic nominee John fetterman and Josh sapiro, the democratic nominee for Pennsylvania governor. Meanwhile, former president Trump appeared at latrobe Pennsylvania rally with Republicans said it hopeful mehmet Oz, just after traffic and whether the Sunday

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"sapiro" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

03:40 min | 10 months ago

"sapiro" Discussed on WCPT 820

"The platform that they're going to run on in 2022 out of her lips Of course Yes and one other thing I'm hearing from a state senator here in Iowa seeing the problem with our fuel prices is because Joe Biden got rid of the Keystone XL pipeline Wasn't the Keystone XL pipeline supposed to take that stuff down to Texas or wherever be refined and then put on boats Yes The case that all of the oil in the Keystone XL pipeline was committed for export Yeah Well that's what they're selling And these islands are liquored up like a puppy with fresh milk Yeah I believe it Okay thanks a lot Jeff Thanks for the heads up We'll keep an eye on it I appreciate it Carolyn manes and Pennsylvania hey Carol what's on your mind Hi Tom This isn't why I called but I do agree with several of your former callers I believe that Trump gave the green light to go into Ukraine I absolutely president Xi of China or because you think Trump did Yeah Okay Yeah I believe that In fact it was I think it probably worked the other way around I think whatever Putin says Trump says oh okay Because Trump is terrified of him I mean you know the Russian oligarchs own Trump Yes they do Yes they do But anyway and he hates the Ukraine Trump does He wouldn't have been upset But that is why I called I also believe that Trump will get away with everything He's not going to be indicted They'll get to everyone who tries to indict him Yeah I think they're going to take down his business whether they'll succeed I mean there's multiple criminal prosecutions against him Just because the Manhattan DA has wimped out you've got the DA down in Fulton county Georgia who's going after him for trying to rig the election or trying to try to influence Brad raffensperger Yeah but I'm hoping I'm hoping but anyway the reason I called I've lived in Pennsylvania most of my life And it used to be a pretty blue state as I recall I don't recall ever having a red state here But we have two real whack jobs Running for Senate in the Republican Senate One is Doctor Oz have you heard of him Something like that Yeah he's a TV star Yeah a TV star and a grifter and a real Doesn't he Doesn't he also hustle vitamins I think he does although I honestly have never seen him but I've heard And also the other one is David McCormick who is really crazy I mean he makes Doctor Oz look sane He makes up Doctor Oz looks like a Democrat But he's out to put Doctor Fauci in prison and make sure nobody wears masks or gets vaccinated I mean you name it He's a real Trump supporter too How's the democratic primary doing there Carol Is your he's the Secretary of State I believe Yes I'm drawing a blank on his name Me too but he's wonderful man And also Josh sapiro is a wonderful man So you've got a couple of good candidates there Oh yeah we have some really great candidates But I'm afraid that the name recognition of some of these other ones like Doctor Oz.

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"sapiro" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"sapiro" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"White candy cane striped blazer. And we'd lost so jason on one of our pandemics happy hours raised a and the idea of how exciting was with every ounce of his being to watch liverpool win the title when it finally happened. I have no doubt that he would've been looking down raising a direction as his favorite song making plans for nigel blasted on some celestial boombox nearby ultima lake. That was jason kennedy blake. Who lived every moment to its fullest. I miss him greatly. And oh you do too. Dave we all day men in blazers and went affiliate. Cuba's absence listened to his favourite john mellencamp song minutes to memories and fail like i'm back in a booth eight probably the twin anchors in chicago with him surrounded by a late night suddenly seems young and everything still feels possible. Carriage brought even fluid. When we did live shows in chicago he just went to not just flew around and came back so he was flying in for a show okay. He would have enjoyed the football this weekend and particularly this game liverpool to manchester city to raj the clash between the last two primarily champions. Lived up to its billing and then some city would dominant in the first half with phil. Foden streaking down. The left making stopgap right back. Jimmy mills looked like he belonged in a scouts over forty league but livable escape the first forty five unscathed and came out for the second. Half that plops on fire on fifty nine minutes. They took the lead when most seller skipped down the right and slotted in saudi saudi-omani who stood it past edison. Somehow city hit back ten minutes later. When they're forementioned foden lashed one pasta alison to make it one one but in the seventy six th minute a non fungible piece of most salam magic egyptian used an amalgam of power pace and precision sapiro at through the city. Defense and bank. One of edison's post while ago but this game would just not quit in the first minute cave sent a curling effort of joe matab into the net type things up at two and that's how it ended. Liverpool are in second place rob city earn third both just a privilege to watch roger was. They've just can we. Just i mean yeah. I mean clock and for me. I'm a horrible person filled with hay yet but he even i got some nice parts to know really not i mean even i a horrible person with no nice parts at the record just half they take off to brief team. This was this was. This was an epic heavyweight rumble that we were served up. It was magnificent. The last two champions two of the most incredible managers the game both evenly poised nine wins from twenty one and counts as against each other in germany and england coming into it with a clash of attacking style defending champion man city with that cashmere stylings against liverpool studded leather jacket team pat guardiola big tactical. Move coming into this leashed. The early fall quasi. I would again jeff. Oh pay at dusty moonshine described adversely. He said that jacket a master class in how to take to individually great articles of clothing and ruined them with a frankenstein esque mash up. Anyway that may have been a symbol of much of what ails city but did love david before kick-off pat saying something beautiful about his rover. We were you and club. He said the head to head with the german has made me a better manager. I mean that's a big. That's the kind of spirit really infused the game. Not not the old evil premier league marina when vanja kind of hatred but there was an optimistic. Julia headed i swim. I've described this post. Lasso ism roach. We're living in a posted lasso world where everybody has to be woven positive. I can't think of anything that would have confused. Yoga club more before the game. Then the pets words This was a masterstroke as far as i'm concerned. The only tenant confused more with mike dean humility. That probably would have been the only thing that could have been more society by. I love that if we all living in a post laso world. I am even. If it is a simulation dave simulate no thinker of your thoughts. I was genuinely celebrate before kickoff there was mid we reverse in paris thought brutal goal of away games poised to come to an end the victory against chelsea followed by the messy and juiced fever dream in paris which left us agreeing to reevaluate cities like strike around a game by game basis. And this one pet open with jack really full snide spoken a flood off. He finally go a hundred million pounds. Strike your after rule for the english press but what you have first half day back in. We'd city dominated truly madly deeply. Livable can get a kickable on they. Why would wanna finish a david. I realize because goals ruin possession and possession gives you control. Why would you give the ball back to your opponent so they can kick off again is his mindset. Maybe a little bit i mean. Definitely greenish in the false nine role. Even though he seemed to sort of you know. Share it with phil foden You know it dragged the defense out and it creates space behind them that a city just exploited again and again and again with just such. I mean liverpool. Liverpool were reduced to just like hoofing to pull out from the back and just waiting for somebody to come at them again. Everything credible became pass. Pass pass almost like park in the bus. But only after driving that bursts up into your opponent's area. There was just an electric exhilarating moment which is almost been forgotten in all fully pocket then running like a tiny king through five of place and they bizarre the backwards forwards. It was just an incestuous crazy kickoff. Return i tell you there were four four incredible goals in this game off oglesby good including what would definitely be my top three primarily goals. Ever mosala go. I mean i just that was just like something. I've i've not seen in this league behind andros townsend. You take any of. Its goals this season. But i did say most surprising. I said the most incredible so bernardo silva moment may have still been my favorite moment in the entire match. It was it was more exhilarating. The most goals really was. I am cynical dark. I watch a lot of football. It takes a lot to move. I was off my chest. Yes yeah it was. It was only stolen. More beautiful light michelangelo's david for being fluid with the mess in this imperfect but respects go more respect for the save. Emc made a pair of great ones in the first half as the game became one of the brutal nil-nil beat downs. Awful time city charging melda over novinova in for the injured. trent david. Did you watch this first. 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"sapiro" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

Stories Philippines Podcast

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"sapiro" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

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"sapiro" Discussed on The ChoNilla Podcast

The ChoNilla Podcast

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"sapiro" Discussed on The ChoNilla Podcast

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"sapiro" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

Baseball Together Podcast

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"sapiro" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

"Back baseball family. We have with us. Jim and mike the pioneer league end. Brigandage is made of questions to be honest with everyone here because we have. We've expressed our connection to the Brig spent a whole season in In one particular seat with the and i spent the entire season the box the mouse so we have. We have strong connections the piney league with these guys here but the the first thing we wanna ask you about is this this not what are the knockout homerun tiebreaker thing. Instead of extra innings. I mean i like where did where did this come from. Well it's it's been something percolating in the back of my twisted mind for some time Only because of an and by the way it has very little to do with what it's become known for which is incredibly entertaining and fan engaging and exciting exciting it it was actually born out of basic economic and health and safety principles the basic economics of it are that the low minor league levels particularly if you keep the gates open for extra innings. And you're an operator you lose money You have to keep your staff going You have you lose. Baseball's five bucks a pop and you got no corresponding revenue. Because by the time you get to the ninth or tenth or eleventh or twelfth inning up. Nobody's buying well beers shut off everybody's eating hot dogs. I mean they're not they're not the few people that are still there aren't buying anything so it's it's a cost center but but even more importantly perhaps is the health and safety of players at this level when you have to rush run through your bullpen Because you've got play extra innings. You're putting a lot of wear and tear on young kids arms and we don't have ready access to a pool of players like a major league club would With their minor league system. They can just call a player up but at at this level we don't we don't have that ability so we're running a tremendous risk of hurting players and of not being able to readily replace them so In in thinking this through It became clear to me that even the international rural which major league baseball is using with putting the runaround. Second base still doesn't resolve the problem. Because you can still go ten. Eleven twelve innings. I've seen it and it still costs you money so we wanted to come up with something that would get over quickly but might keep a few fans around because it was going to be interesting and kind of fun and if the players even something to something to get excited about and and not just go through the drudgery of all these extra innings and so If you look at other sports soccer hockey they have face offs or shootouts or whatever and we thought well what's the corresponding action in in baseball and that would be an again. I don't use this as a Anything other than a term of art a homerun derby thing of that. That's a copyrighted name. Which we we do not use a but We call the knockout round and I would say in jim. You can comment further. But it's been tremendously success. Tremendous this is vintage. Make sapiro and pb l. knock out is what we call it and it is just been tremendous. It is always better at the home team knocks it out. I'll bet and it..

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"sapiro" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

Baseball Together Podcast

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"sapiro" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

"Welcome back baseball family. We have with us jim. And mike of the pioneer league and brigadier does made of questions to be honest with everyone here because we have. We've expressed our connection to the minor league. No brig spent a whole season in in one particular seat with the i spent entire season. The press box the mouse so we have. We have strong connections to pioneer league. Because these guys here but the the first thing we want to ask about is this This not what a knockout homerun tiebreaker thing instead of extra innings i mean firstly cow. Where did decide. Where did this thing come from. Well it's it's been something Percolating in the back of my twisted mind for some time only because An and by the way it has very little to do with what it's become known for which is incredibly entertaining and fan engaging and exciting exciting. It it was actually born out of basic economic and health and safety principles The basic economics of of our that the low minor league levels. Particularly if you keep the gates open for extra innings. And you're an operator you lose money you have to keep staff going You have you lose. Baseball's as five bucks a pop and you got no corresponding revenue. Because by the time you get to the ninth or ten or eleven th or twelve inning. Nobody's buying well has been shut off. Nah everybody's eating hot dogs. I mean they're not there. The few people that are still there aren't buying anything. So it's it's a cost center but even more orderly perhaps is the the health and safety of players at this level. When you have to rush run through your bullpen Because you've got to play extra innings you're putting a lot of wear and tear on young kids arms and we don't have ready access to a pool of players like a major league club would with their minor league system. They can just call a player up at at this level. We don't we don't have that ability so we are running a tremendous risk of hurting players and of not being able to readily replace them so In in thinking this through It became clear to me that even the international role which major league baseball's using with putting the runner on second base still doesn't resolve the problem. Because you can still go ten. Eleven twelve innings. I've seen it and it. It still costs you money so we wanted to come up with something that would get over quickly but might keep a few fans around because it was gonna be interesting and kind of fun and if the players even something to something to get excited about and and not just go through the drudgery of all these extra innings and so If you look at other sports soccer hockey they have faceoffs or shootouts. Or whatever and with a well what's the corresponding action in in baseball and that would be an again. I don't use as a Anything other than a term of art A homerun type derby thing That's that that's a Copyrighted name which we do not use but we call the knockout round. And i would say in jim. You can comment further. But it's been tremendously successful. Tremendous vintage mike sapiro and Pb l..

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"sapiro" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast

GSMC Baseball Podcast

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"sapiro" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast

"Some independent leagues to stay fresh and stay available further tournament here as well. You have utility guy. Patrick kavila hand. Who's at triple a. For the san diego padres. Also there's jack lopez triple eight for the boston red sox and then the last infielder is jamie westbrook. Who's with aaa for their. Milwaukee brewers now in the outfield. You have tyler austin. Who's a professional over in the japanese professional league. He's playing for yokohama. Dena base stars in the palm late over there. You also have eric. Who's that aaa for the seattle mariners in the outfield patrick. Avila hands and infielder outfielder. And then bubba starling. Who's at triple a. For the kansas city royals at the catcher's position tim federova ch- whose triple a. For the dodgers behind the dish in behind him you have mark colossal very who's at aa for the cincinnati reds so again this team is littered with aaa and aa individuals who are trying to bring home a medal for the united states and the pitching staff your led by sean bads a right handed pitcher for aaa with the tampa bay race. Anthony carter who is with these sapiro. Stay south theo. He's in the mexican kid. Professional league representing the usa. You have brandon dixon. who's at aaa with. The st louis cardinals left handed pitcher anthony. Ghost triple a. With the cleveland indians another former major leaguer edwin jackson who is currently a free agent representing team. Usa jackson again..

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"sapiro" Discussed on Spanish Aquí Presents

Spanish Aquí Presents

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"sapiro" Discussed on Spanish Aquí Presents

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"sapiro" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

MarTech Podcast

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"sapiro" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

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Tek podcast a bench shop. Llc production in this podcast you'll hear the stories of world-class marketers use technology to drive. Business result and achieved career. Success will on earth the real world experiences of some of the brightest minds in the marketing technology space. So you can learn the tools tips and tricks. They've learned along the way. Now here's a host of the bar tech podcast benjamin sapiro. Welcome to the mark tech podcast. Today we're gonna talk about some of the changes in tracking of your performance. marketing spent. Joining us is vlad's of ten. Who is the co founder and ceo of red track which is an ad tracking and conversion attribution platform for media buyers that helps them consolidate data across channels to turn insights into action with real time notifications and campaign optimization rules on granular cookie less data. So far this week vladimir have talked about what has changed and facebook's ad manager and yesterday we talked about changes to facebook's conversion api and all boils down to ad tracking is changing. So today we're gonna talk about what the impact is of the death of third party cookies. This podcast is sponsored by hub spot. You know. I had a marketing company. While i was interviewing a guest recently. And it's that you're marketing can only be as efficient as your analytics allows it to be and unless you're only running one marketing campaign in one channel with one piece of creative at a time. You're either gonna need to make some assumptions or some assessments of multi touch attribution to know what's truly driving your success hub spot. Crm is an easy to adapt platform. That gives you the true understanding of what's driving results in your business their multi touch attribution reporting shows. You how all of your marketing and sales activities are driving revenue to your business so you can get credit for all your campaigns or course correct when you need to and since spots marketing automation tools are built on the same code base as their crm. You can automatically connect every customer interaction to revenue to make strategic business decisions rooted in value not vanity metrics and unlike most multi touch attribution platforms have spotted built for real people for data scientists to learn more about how you can scale your company without scaling complexity. Good hub spot dot com and this podcast is also sponsored by the wicks partner program. Look i ran a professional services business right before i started working on the martic podcast full-time and one of my biggest pain points was working with early. Stage companies that needed to either invent or reestablish their digital footprint at great their website build into their crm make that your data flows. Get your social stuff set. It can be a real pain when you're trying to do something custom and creative and that's what's great about the wicks partner program so when your agency or consultancy in my case partners with wicks you can unlock an entire digital ecosystem for creating managing and growing your business online so you can run that the way that you want to you. Get the full. Coding and design freedom to create. Anything that your client's needs along with the tools to manage and collaborate with your team seamlessly from anywhere and when it comes to growing your business you can also get match with new leads every day. So the wicks partner programs going to help you find some business. Earn some revenue for every website that you can create and they're backed by wicks is industry leading security incite performance. You'll have a dedicated account manager on standby for twenty four seven. Apparently they do not sleep. So you can reach your goals and then start setting new ones to see it for yourself. Head over the wicks partner program wicks dot com slash partners. That's w i x dot com slash. The word partners and reimagine what your agency can accomplish. That's wicks dot com slash partners for the wicks partner program. All right. here's the last part of my conversation with vlad's of tanko co founder and ceo of red. Track vlad welcome back to the mark tech podcast habit. It'd be back and sh- we get into the desert Discussions so sniper topic and probably lost to yesterday. Just talking talking about this Cookies by now we are supported by giants. Say yes common vetch will be true so my big question about the death of third party. Cookies is what was wrong with third party cookies. What was wrong with the ad tracking and attribution and data collection on somebody else's sites. Why was there a need for the regulation and the departure from this tracking technology in the first place. I think the decision to remove the focus is doing by the biggest tech place. It's basically epo facebook Essence google because adults are the companies have the highest amount of i by data which would meant to say this gives them a very strong competitive edge against all the other companies clues to strive on. Stoplight tra- marketing where you don't need to have huge database. Don't anything can program medically blog into worldwide exchange of precious and hunt for where cheap efforts of specific people on some websites while those people ayatollah to audience. And you get the results. You guys are the conventions. The first result of death Those days would begun forever. Okay so the large platforms the facebooks. Google's the apple's of the world who have lots of first party data because they have access to an account for everyone. Everyone's using google facebook and apple. They don't want you to go onto tabua an out brain and the trade desk and all the other places where you're buying your programmatic dorian. Just say gimme cheap clicks for this profile and then i'll retarget them on some of the other platforms that we mentioned before basically facebook apple and google want you to come to their platform and pay a premium to get access for users.

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"sapiro" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

MarTech Podcast

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"sapiro" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

"Talking about performance marketing when you're actually trying to drive clicks direct response results in today's disaggregated influencers and creator focused world traditionally influence market. And i've been doing it. Ever since. Two thousand fifteen but as it became more pauperize after twenty eighteen basically we have seen be integrated a lot more into experts companies instead of just guerrilla marketing by smaller companies. You'll see enterprise companies actually put this into their one year plan however they put it underneath. The brand awareness budget is not underneath the performance marketing budget. Best the issue because freeness influence the marketing. It's more possible realize and if you look back at the beginning of the internet. We did the same exact thing where we had platform. He had opportunities to advertise at us. Irs and just charge on. We'll think of as a brand where does not charge me on a cost per view and not care about our why but as we know yes. Brand awareness is important for ltv along ltv. However with his marketing we do need to see return before. Marketing is a whole budget by itself within most enterprises so now that it was marketed is now mainstream. The question is hey wiser. William brand wears why can be performance market. And that's something that's actually being worked on by my team and i and we're constantly working see. Hey what brands and what. Creators can net so the caramel synergetic leadership to me. It's an ad tracking issue. That's the problem here. We say influence marketing. It's a awareness driving campaign because they're on instagram and they post a photo of whatever product we have and we can't track whether that person comes into maybe there's a promo code or vanity. You are album. You're only capturing a small percentage of the people that are actually exposed the ad that come to your website and then redeem that code. So it's really hard to track so it must be just good for awareness. It's not driving direct response results if we can't track it

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"sapiro" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

MarTech Podcast

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"sapiro" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

"Experiences of some of the brightest minds in the marketing technology space. So you can learn the tools tips and tricks. They've learned along the way. Now here's a host of the bar tech podcast benjamin sapiro. Welcome to the mar tech podcast. Today we're gonna talk about innovations and the overlap between martic and ad tech joining us. This shane australia. Who is the ceo of silicon valley consulting. Which is an ad tech and marta consultancy that builds tools for marketers niche ad platforms and marketing agencies to help them understand. How machine learning currently works in advertising platforms like facebook and read it and twitter. And all the ones that you've heard of yesterday's shannon. I talked about the future of ads after the irs. Fourteen point five update and today. We're going to continue the conversation talking about performance marketing in today's influence our world. This podcast is sponsored by hub spot. You know. I had a marketing. Piff unie was interviewing a guest recently. And it's that you're marketing can only be as efficient as your analytics allows it to be and unless you're only running one marketing campaign in one channel with one piece of creative at a time. You're either gonna need to make some assumptions or some assessments of multi touch attribution to know what's truly driving your success hub spot. Crm is an easy to adapt platform. That gives you the true understanding of what's driving results in your business their multi touch attribution reporting shows. You how all of your marketing and sales activities are driving revenue to your business so you can get credit for all your campaigns or course correct when you need to and since hope spots marketing automation tools are built on the same code base as their crm. You can automatically connect every customer interaction to revenue to make strategic business decisions rooted in value not vanity metrics and unlike most multi touch attribution platforms. Hub spot is built for real people not for data scientists to learn more about how you can scale your company without scaling complexity good hub spot dot com and this podcast is also sponsored by the wicks partner program. Look i ran a professional services business right before i started working on the martic podcast full-time and one of my biggest pain points was working with early. Stage companies that needed to either invent or reestablish their digital footprint at great their website build into their crm. Make sure that your data flows. Get your social stuff setup. It can be a real pain when you're trying to do something custom and creative and that's what's great about the whigs partner program so when your agency or consultancy in my case partners with wicks you can unlock an entire digital ecosystem for creating managing and growing your business online so you can run that agency the way that you want to you. Get the full. Coding and design freedom to create. Anything that your client's needs along with the tools to manage and collaborate with your team seamlessly from anywhere and when it comes to growing your business you can also get match with new leads every day. So the wicks partner programs going to help you find some business. Earn some revenue for every website that you can create and they're backed by wicks is industry leading security incite performance. You'll have a dedicated account manager on standby for twenty four seven. Apparently they do not sleep so you can reach your goals and then start setting new ones to see it for yourself. Head over the partner program at wicks dot com slash partners. That's w i x dot com slash. The word partners and re imagine what your agency can accomplish. That's wicks dot com slash partners for the wicks partner program all right. Here's the second part of my conversation with shane ostry. Ceo of silicon valley consulting shane. Welcome back to the tech podcast. Thanks glad to be back here again excited to have you back on the show excited to pick up where we left off which was talking about some of the changes in marketers access to data. There's the fourteen point five update which means that consumers are going to be opting out of being tracked and there's also the large platforms abandoning the third party. Cookie and in my theory is that they want to hold onto their first data so people come to them for advertising instead of it being spread around the world and it puts us in an interesting spot where people that have access to first party. Data are going to be the only options in town. Facebook apple google amazon have the largest repositories of first party data and that you can target broadly across those platforms but you can also target very niche platforms that our creator and influence are focused content. So talk to me about where you think. We are in the life cycle of advertising and targeting. Is this something that's happened before. What's your take on the shift that we're going through well actually pretty much similar to the financial industry where they're actually cycles cycles may have slight differences with sacramento less before and the ad tech world we were centralized these in companies controlled tv or radio different platforms now in a platform of web. At first worm have been brokers broker deals or advertisers platforms and then moved to more centralized locations like facebook. google and now we're breaking away to record these platforms again which is amazing but after maybe a few years you end up going centralization who rules it. Outgoing united shorter but is definitely interesting to see. I think that the comparison to the television industry is interesting. Where i think what's happening is kind of like the old tv networks. There was only five or seven networks and so if you wanted television advertisers you had to go to those networks and then cable happened and there was all the sudden hundreds and thousands of channels that you can buy ads from an individual shows and the targeting god literature and then what ended up happening is the so many options that we ended up buying broadly across larger networks. That were consolidating. All of this seems like there is some sort of cyclical nature in advertising. I think the large platforms are trying to consolidate power and what that is doing is giving some credibility to the more niche platforms. Now i can go using tv as an example and our to buy from abc. I can buy espn specifically if i want sports right. And now we're in kind of a similar thing where you could target more grandly by buying first party data but it's hard to aggregate all that stuff so talking about performance marketing when you're actually trying to drive clicks direct response results in today's disaggregated influencers and creator focused world traditionally influence market. And i've been doing it. Ever since. Two thousand fifteen but as it became more pauperize after twenty eighteen basically we have seen be integrated a lot more into experts companies instead of just guerrilla marketing by smaller companies. You'll see enterprise companies actually put this into their one year plan however they put it underneath. The brand awareness budget is not underneath the performance marketing budget. Best the issue because freeness influence the marketing. It's more possible realize and if you look back at the beginning of the internet. We did the same exact thing where we had platform. He had opportunities to advertise at us. Irs and just charge on. We'll think of as a brand where does not charge me on a cost per view and not care about our why but as we know yes. Brand awareness is important for ltv along ltv. However with his marketing we do need to see return before. Marketing is a whole budget by itself within most enterprises so now that it was marketed is now mainstream. The question is hey wiser. William brand wears why can be performance market. And that's something that's actually being worked on by my team and i and we're constantly working see. Hey what brands and what. Creators can net so.

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"sapiro" Discussed on The Bernard Bergan Podcast

The Bernard Bergan Podcast

08:39 min | 1 year ago

"sapiro" Discussed on The Bernard Bergan Podcast

"The irs is an ambush and to do ambush. Charge it. okay. So it's that's that's funny games. So no what you wanna do or learn what you wanna do. Figure out what you wanna do and do that. It'd be successful at that as an entrepreneur. Not cut out to be an entrepreneur. I understand that as an entrepreneur. If you really like what you're doing you're far more likely to be successful. You drag yourself into it. Every day. i learned years ago. I'm not salesman. you know. I love my product. What i do and i can talk about it but if you asked me to go out every day and slog it slog and slog at. I call reluctance and after a week or so. I'm done and that's not a that's not a career path or me. I will not be successful. You will find me. You know old saying if you wanna find a salesman. Go to the pool hall. Two o'clock in the afternoon you'll find a bunch of them okay. That's awful but you know. That's where i would be. I'd be drinking beer. The pool hall at two o'clock in the afternoon if i was a salesman so find something you love to do and do that. Learn how to be successful at it now. I think that's super important. We don't necessarily feel renounced do that and just knowing someone with your track record that your leadership bracket to share them africa that's gonna be a great reminder for my audience remember yes making a live in rome or when when you put out a ball having a life making the light on quality of light. It doesn't pan out burson happen into where you want to be even at the lowest wrong. If that gets you in the door and just allow your passion your love. That industry they helped just level up in st insistent. I think that's a great reminder because it's so easy just to kind of stay stop making a live and providing for your family major. Your children have opportunities but you know we talk about leader share and just truly allowing the best of the best rise to the top and they were out of alignment from those spaces retrieval passionate about. That's why a lot of times don't rise to the top. You have when i started this business. I i didn't take a vacation for ten years. That didn't bother me okay. I got asked a panel. The other day about work life balance and i just cracked up. I mean for an entrepreneur. There is no such thing in the beginning. Okay if if work and if you don't have a spouse that understands that you got a problem. My wife and i started the together so it was a joint effort but we didn't take a vacation for at least ten years now. I'm make a very nice living. The wife is passed which is a tragedy. but it's life so it's just me now. And i still come to work and i love it and i'm able to do a lot of things now that i couldn't the i ten years because i've building a business but i have no regrets about that. You know our kids were already grown. Shed five kids when i married her. So you know. I've i've got. I've got great grandchildren. Now they were older than i've got boys in their sixties It's it's it's it's fun and if you like it the seventy eighty hour weeks don't matter it allows us exceed allows you to get ahead in. You're having fun. Doing it announced that. There's some hard time. So misunderstand me but overall i like what i do. Yeah he burnt were. Now you're latest book. The payroll will guide for small businesses and startups. And congratulations on it. Being number twenty five in small business low section on amazon now. It's not tell my audience where you can grab copy of that. And it's both payroll dot com again. That's the arul y. r. o. l. l. dot com. And we want you to pick up a copy of that. Because i know there are a lot of small mistakes that leads to bigger mistakes down the line on sapiro now. Miss marie as you have seen small business owners startups don't some of the ero- process s in their inception. I understand that those mistakes can lead to some big penalties worse. Some mistakes maybe about a re that you consistently see small business owners may over time well. The first one is understanding the requirements the tax requirements registering your business and your people calculating the taxes withholding them deposited them reporting them answered inquiries from the irs. All that thing of knowing what. The law is concerning taxes is extremely important next big error that many businesses make particularly small businesses in fact the labor department estimates that seventy percent of us businesses. Screw this up seventy percent. That's classifying your workers whether they're independent contractors or employees and whether they're subject to overtime regulations or not subject overtime regulations. Those things are missed on all the time and the third one is probably understanding. The rest of the law outside of the tax law in how it applies to payroll employees paychecks. And much more all the things you have to do to stay legal well while wow now that's rate information something else. I wanted to comment on and you know this was pretty amazing me to find out and you know. The irs issued more than thirteen billion dollars of employment tax penalties on businesses ruin the fiscal year twenty nineteen. And you know your book your team your business you help. Business leaders not only avoid those penalties. But it gets to it yet them reversed now. Do you have any safety. Share stories of this businesses. Small businesses was not the swamp by those. What really set back by some of those penalty or expecting hardship. We'll both We had a travel agency in california. And they've been misclass- fine employees as independent contractors instead of employees stated california came in did their audit and the penalties were in five figures and interest on top of that it almost put him out of business because they miss classified people because they weren't paying attention. We had an immigrant family who had a business successful but because of their culture and the way they grew up they didn't believe in paying tax and so they just didn't pay and when they got caught it was devastating and this corporation. The owner took all distribution since taking employment w to compensation because it saves tax money. Well the irs as their want to do came in and said well. You've got to pay yourself reasonable compensation. So we're gonna take a bunch of this that you claim to as distributions and reclassified as compensation subject to withholding taxes and. Here's about holding tax withholding taxes you owe fico and employer fayka fuss penalties and interest for the years. You didn't do it right. We had a doctor. He has long term bookkeeper. Quit yet another girl in the office. And said i can do this. I can be your office manager. Well she took all his tax deposits and pocketed them so a couple of years. Go by and she's getting the letters and of course destroying them. He's not saying it. Ninety one day revenue agent shows up and it all falls to pieces. She ends up going to jail but he has all taxes were do all penalties all the interest. They seized his retirement accounts. They seized his bank accounts. They seized everything was just a total disaster that he had nowhere of because he wasn't he hadn't outsourced wasn't paying attention and You know that's that's a great reason to get it. And that's not uncommon. We see that on a regular basis employee. Theft is is huge and employ. Embezzlements are huge. So yeah if you don't pay attention to what's going on and you don't follow the law. The irs is they never became the kinder gentler irs. That they were supposed to become well. This is good information. S league or small business owners and startup that they you know our business writings business magazine. Business only highlight whoa success stories. And they don't talk about some of the things that we have to navigate as small business owners as i think. That's what your book as well. Now what i liked the. What was the talk of a payroll disaster recovery plan. So i had thought about heard.

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"sapiro" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"sapiro" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

"Women were liberated when they didn't have to work. They lost their liberty when they had to work and the reason they had to work was because prices went up so much more than wages during the one thousand nine hundred seventies that their husbands could no longer afford to support them and their kids so they had no choice but to join the labor force so that was the result of that inflation. So what is going to be the result of this next massive inflation and again even if defend was correct in that this high inflation is transitory. That doesn't mean it's gonna get reversed so if we have a year we're prices go up ten or twenty percent and they never go back down if they just start going up two percent a year after that. That is a increase in the cost of living forever. Americans which is like a massive tax right if the cost of living goes up by ten percent. Let's say you're earning forty thousand a year and thanks to one year of transitory inflation prices. Go up by ten percent and ten percent higher every single year into the future will. That's like you're paying a four thousand dollar tax because most people that earn forty thousand year they spend it all and if everything caused ten percent more because of one year of transitory inflation. You've got an annual tax bill of four thousand dollars. Meanwhile you got. Joe biden saying nobody. Earning less than four hundred thousand dollars. A year is going to pay a tax think about the enormity of that inflation tax. and of course it's not going to be transitory. There is no reason to believe that is. Snowball is going to stop rolling down. This hill is going to keep gathering momentum as it gets bigger and bigger so we're gonna have a higher inflation. I think at twenty twenty two then we have in twenty twenty one and probably higher in two thousand twenty three. Don't we haven't twenty twenty two so the tax hikes are going to get bigger and bigger now. of course wages aren't going to go up right. So people are gonna have some increases in wages to offset to increase in their prices. But what they earn is not going to be going up as fast as what they're buying and they're going to continuously be behind the curve. And of course what really gets wiped out all your savings because you don't get any raise their so if you have money that you save from work that you've done the past and that you were hoping to spend in the future you're getting taxed on that substantially that's not going up and you have a lot of people who are living on fixed incomes and these are not millionaires and billionaires who were living on fixed income. You have a lot of middle class retirees whose retirement is going to be completely destroyed by this inflation tax. And they're going to have to go back to work by the way the interview. I did with ben. Shapiro finally made it onto youtube. A lot of people had heard me mentioned. I was on the sapiro show but they weren't able to see it because it was reserved for paid subscribers. Will now it's available to anybody. Have just go on youtube and google. Peter schiff ben shapiro or go to ben. Shapiro's youtube channel. You can check out the interview. It's about sixteen minutes in length. You know when you're running a small business those hr issues can kill you. Wrongful termination suits minimum wage requirements. Anti discrimination other labor regulations and those hr managers ain't cheap an average of seventy thousand dollars a year and that's where band becomes in bambi spelled b. a. n. b. e..

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"sapiro" Discussed on Everyonecast

Everyonecast

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"sapiro" Discussed on Everyonecast

"Will you came to just the right person ear. Jam crypto is my jam. Yeah you have these. Non fungible tokens for ownership of digital art. Now i actually don't quite understand why people are paying so much for these but maybe it's along the lines of people paying for act short pieces in real life people with too much money to throw around buying this expensive art. You know just to like hold their money somewhere. Maybe it's similar to that. Oh yeah you do art on clothing as well. That's new so. I started getting interested in gender inclusive apparel so just started to design some captains in wraps based on old ritual robes in different religious coulter where and some printing my artwork on fabric and selling them into these garments in the series isn't complete yet but the artwork that i'm printing on those robes don't are not the fantasy series their older work. It's more based off the fairy tales. Talking about like a like something. A priest would wear a robe but today you can wear it in style in all different ways that you can wear it over. Swimming suits kuwait as address could wear it as coat. So those are the kinds of things that have just started working on There's a nonprofit here in tempe. Arizona called fabric in they help. Fashion designers get started so while i don't have a fashion design background. I definitely have an of creativity with their hope to to get something. Small started so smack in the middle of that and then currently on the website you also have some regular t shirts with with him. So that's that's something to note and that series is just gonna start being represented by a new store in mesa called. Nash vintage collective. That just opened this weekend. They're going to be selling those purchaseable online too. So that's nice. What is the plan for the future. Is this something you're gonna continue doing. Are you going to continue making new series selling your art making a living that way. Do you have any plans of expanding down the road. Do you have completely other plans. You know the world changed a lot. The sheer with covid and a lot of galleries had to be closed in museums. Had to be closed in limited and so a whole new world opened up with virtual exhibitions and marketing for artists. Online has really exploded this past year. Similarly turning my attention to those kinds of platforms now and how i can just get my work to a bigger audience. Find the people that want. Wanna follow this kind of stuff. Yeah i have lots of ideas for new series in the future. I never short on the idea part. I'm short on the production time and be able to execute all the ideas. So that's my near goal is to work on the sapiro line. Get it out there for sale and get more active.

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"sapiro" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"sapiro" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"You you have to notify. In some cases these things will just be automatic. But for instance talk about the weekend The pick four wind shirts too because this is significant money it adds up yet and actually You know my colleague scott sapiro not that either of us. We need a reason to play but You know you you mentioned is man that the The the pick for winter goes a long way and It's up to fifty dollars back per day. So that's might be the one To try to sink in on a price. I'm definitely not over. He sold on wild weekend. And that does get the extra Hafer long from the rail Th the rail isn't too bad going amount of sixteen Eight percent at the meat only thirteen races of The post two and three or winless so The inside not gray and going a mile which granted it to shorter. Run it as a different configurations But the rails just one for forty two. I think so down inside two to one When i'm not really sold this is the best horse in the race anyway. This is where. I'm definitely taking a stand against the favorite and The shake of robbie. I'd like to one choice on the morning lines. I think that one certainly fits and Darby dr Starts and trying to find that. The number. Because i'm only looking at my notes Go eleven Darby i thought Could thirty to one. I wanted to include because even though we kinda listed as a closing style Have run over the course when it was just two lengths off the lead of what we call the fast pace back out of it. I really wanted to find a price. Somewhere in darby was sort of the one at a fixed price. That stuck out to me is yes. Need to improvement At this level but does have two races on the page wise. That are fast enough to win the so that sorta my okay i'm potentially single than racists two and three Darby died thirty. Two one morning line is with those big favorites. And you mentioned Shakeup rb corrigan and Rudy valentino wouldn't have been happy with that not at for those for those who who who have never seen the silent classic the shake But this is a horse that go along on the turf a serious horse and has had. This is the problem. One of the real challenges. When you deal with the with the season the winter and horses that are turf forces order doors that are going to spend the winter over the synthetic and you know by all rights you would think and granted. He's been better going a mile and a half mile three eighths but he ran a bunch of good races. This summer at allison at arlington and indiana. And then he comes and he's run to dreadful races on the topeka so you can't always.

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"sapiro" Discussed on Jay Bird Watching

Jay Bird Watching

05:46 min | 2 years ago

"sapiro" Discussed on Jay Bird Watching

"Good evening blue jays fans and welcome to another lovely episode of jaybird watching fellas. We got a heck of a symbol here tonight. We are literally all the old jay's journal guys all one place again as we have already sapiro joining brennan panic. Our and myself. Greg bourne gentlemen. How are we doing this evening. Other than terribleness. That's going up. Yeah not too bad. Not true not feel really feeling proud canadian now man canadian eight opposite right now and angry. Not gonna lie anyways. But we're going to talk baseball on this show. We're not gonna do political other job site so fellas let's dive right in on the air because you know there is some things that we would like to talk about and blue land things are looking up hence the name of the tonight's episode or in the quote unquote hurry up and wait stayed because nothing seems to be happening and this is all offseason in general baseball across wouldn't be damned. Whatever it might be there is not been any big moving pieces other than the quote unquote redo for the whole sandiego padres roster over the past week but Let's start off with our guest here. Are you shapiro. George springer has quote unquote been offered a aggressive Package from the blue jays. He was looking for thirty mil a year and was hoping for at least a hundred and fifty over five years i believe the tickets so the quote unquote offer is aggressive. But not that. What do you think are shooting at you. It's not not that anyone should really be surprised right. I mean after the season did even though it was nice to taste the playoffs. And i say it'd have very very delicately because the truth is we all know that the team under regular normal format would not have made the playoffs. This was a rare opportunity to to maybe see what this young court do and even though it was a disappointing outcome you learn from disappointment. You hope that every team that you assembled with the roster can take something from any stretch of mediocrity or failure And when you're talking about george springer of talking about a player that will instantly give you the kind of credibility you need and of course if you're not going to give him a serious offer then you just can be blowing in the wind. Doing this thing that the blue jays are doing where you know Ross atkins like to say worry alexei. We're gonna make a concerted effort serious. This offseason you want to be taken seriously. You want to be taken seriously. Make a serious offer. Especially for the kind of player that you know has the on-base percentage the back control. I mean he he does strike old. We all know absolute baller with with with his use of the bat power and and the fact that he's got great instincts and honestly i don't know about you guys but the only thing that makes me cringe about him is his association with the houston astros because my my personal feelings with him are that you know if you're going to go after a player and he played it and yeah he's a world series champion winner but with the good old fashioned asterisk of cheese in my books. So you know what i like tossing out the the propaganda and saying that actually trying to get him but the truth is you consider what the stock is for player of his caliber and the fact that there was talk..

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In Celebration of Zen Mind Beginner's Mind

Everyday Zen Podcast

05:48 min | 2 years ago

In Celebration of Zen Mind Beginner's Mind

"I'm really happy to be here with you celebrating beginner's mind which is such a terrific book and so important for so many of us and i've read this book many many many times over many many years in the beginning i couldn't understand it at all. What is he talking about. And yet i was so intriguing that i was completely hooked. Right away suzuki row. She has a way of saying things that seem so true even though you can hardly know what he's talking about actually zen mind beginner's mind is not really suzuki. She's work if you actually look at his talks. The whole talk the raw transcription which you can actually find fairly easily online at san francisco zen center website or at david chadwick's wonderful crooked cucumber website. You'll see that's a superhero. She talks actually long rambling. Very hard to understand. It's like he's thinking out loud and a lot of the times. You really have no idea what he's talking about. Because he's in the process of trying to figure out how to speak english trying to figure out how to talk about dharma and english and trying to figure out how to talk about dharma to a bunch of young americans who have no idea at all about buddhism. so he's wandering a lot. he's experimenting with different ways of saying things very often. He laughs at his own jokes. And you have no idea what the joke is. His talks are kinda like that. And and and so that's why zinnemann beginner's mind is a really a co creation of suzuki row. She and mainly. I think trudy dixon who is credited with editing the talks. And i'm probably. I'm guessing although i'm not one hundred percent sure that richard baker who suzuki she's leading american disciple and my own ordination teacher. I'm guessing a big hand in a two. And no doubt there were many others whom i'm not aware of all these people love suzuki rosie a lot and i think we're really respectful of his words so i doubt that they changed anything to speak of. They probably cleaned up the english grammar a bit. But they did do a lot of cutting and shaping and framing and that's really what makes in my beginner's mind what it does. It is a labor of love and devotion. And i think you feel that in text and that's one of the reasons why it is such a marvelous text. My guess is that the young students listening to sapiro. She had him because he respected them and they loved them probably in a way that none of them had never been loved before he saw their beauty and he saw their confusion. And i think he loves them just as much for their confusion as for their beauty and i think that was a unique experience for the people who were in his presence as i said when i first read zen mind beginner's mind. I was intrigued. But i didn't understand and later readings. I was surprised at how seldom and lightly suzuki wrote. She mentions buddhist teachings improvising. but then still later. I marveled at exactly the opposite thing. How much everything that he says. Everything is a clear reflection of the classical and later classical early and the later on and doggone teachings yet he never sounds like. He's repeating teachings that he has studied and it never sounds like he's teaching you about buddhism. It sounds more like he's just talking about the way he sees and feels things and as he says. Many many times there are no teaching to stick to. there's just life and living life and then if you see life and live life truly and carefully. It's going to come out sounding a lot like the buddhist teachings instill later readings. I came to appreciate just being wishes. Lewke row she just hearing his voice. A voice of calmness and stability kindness but very very low key no fanfare. His dharma expression is very quiet and subtle. He really is not trying to impress or make a big deal out of anything in fact most of the time. He seems to be gently trying to disabuse his listeners. Of the big deal. They seem to have in their minds. About zen or spirituality. Or the powers of meditation. Just keep saying over and over again. Just just do it. Just do the practice just live. Just be sincere just constant

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