RS300: What’s Killing Google, and Exiting The Startup Phase

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RS300: What's Killing Google, and Exiting The Startup Phase
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It’s the 300th episode of Rogue Startups, and it’s all about personal updates and professional improvements. Craig talks about where Rogue Startups started and what the future holds for this podcast and podcasting in general. What mediums will everyone gravitate toward this year? Who will win in this cage match between Google, YouTube, AI, SEO, and social media?

Craig also talks about where he wants to spend his time and energy in 2024. He has an ambitious but achievable goal of creating and publishing 200 videos on YouTube this year. Not to mention, he dives into this theory on personal engagement and personal content and how those things will change soon as well. Will they be more or less important? 

Do you have any comments, questions, or topic ideas for future episodes? Send Craig an email at podcast@roguestartups.com. If you feel like our podcast has benefited you and it might benefit someone else, please share it with them. If you have a chance, give Rogue Startups a review on iTunes. We’ll see you next week!

Highlights:

  • Evolving in the podcast industry
  • The difference between podcasting and YouTube
  • YouTube versus Google
  • What is the medium of the future?
  • AI trends and what that means for writers
  • Personal engagement and personal content
  • Diversifying beyond SEO content
  • The goal is optionality
  • Growth from the awkward teenage years to a mature adult
  • Building the right system and getting the right team

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