We talked about his start in media, his relationship with ads and subs and his advice for solo creators.
We talked about how he started, his hacked together referral program and the various ways he’s monetizing.
We talked about the ad strategy at Dotdash, creating great content and having brands that are remembered plus so much more.
We talked about how he convinced watch makers to sell online, relinquishing some power and why hyperspecialization is so gre
We discussed his career in media, the disconnect between ad buyers and sellers and his two major theses around creators in media.
We discussed how they expand into new verticals, the sweet spot for media and content studios and the need for data as soon as possible.
We discussed where the idea came from, how different writers get paid and how they’re thinking about expanding into various business verticals.
We discussed why Snigdha wanted to get into media even from a young age, her Thursday customer calls and how the company grows from here.
Jacob: You came to media later in your career, what’s your background, and then why did you decide to launch FreightWaves? Craig:…
We discussed the specific metrics they track, how Austin thinks about business models for creators and where he sees Morning Brew going.
We discussed how Front Office Sports got its start, early unique deals and how he sees Front Office Sports becoming the Politico of Sports.
We discuss his previous company, MobiHealthNews, his new newsletter & market research business and advice for other operators.