Adam Carroll created the documentary Broke, Busted, Disgusted about the student loan crisis.
He sat down with Joe to discuss how the project came about, how it was filmed, and how they’re marketing it.
If you’ve ever wanted to create ANY financial content (not just a documentary) that’s a collaborative effort, this episode is for you.
Adam’s interview begins at the 17:00 mark.
Also, PT and Joe tackle the metrics new financial media owners need to know. If you’ve just started a blog, podcast, or video channel, what’s important to measure?
PT shares GREAT news about a keynote speaker, and also shares information about speaker submissions, key sponsors, Connections article submissions, and more.
<> Kim Garst is our 2nd announced Keynote Speaker!
<> Featured Topic: What metrics should new media business owners (bloggers, podcasters, video creators) focus on?
<> Adam Carroll
Adam’s Bio and more: AdamSpeaks.com
More about the film: BrokeBustedDisgusted.com
<> FinCon News
Speakers! You have just a couple weeks left (June 30 is the deadline to submit to speak) Here’s the link to speak: FinCon Speaker Submissions
Key Sponsors on Board For FinCon! Thanks to AllyBank, TradeKing, SmartAsset, and Fiverr.
Submissions to FinCon Connection magazine are needed. Would you like your work to appear in a publication handed to every FinCon attendee? Here’s your chance. Submit your articles or ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Philip Taylor owns and operates FinCon as well at the personal finance website PT Money.
Joe Saul-Sehy is the co-host of the Stacking Benjamins personal finance podcast and operates the Stacking Benjamins blog.