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About dniolet

I grew up in an artsy family, only to realize I had a left side to my brain as well. After spending several years in the military exercising the left side of my brain, I've decided I like using both sides equally. Now, I am working to start up a few companies (because I also found that I do not like working for "the man") in industries I'm passionate about revolutionizing - Computers/Software/Personal Information Management (PIM), gift baskets, and comic books.

Audio Interviews

Interview with David Newman, Founder and CEO of Do It! Marketing (doitmarketing.com)

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As part of the Master’s of Entrepreneurship degree program, which I am taking through Western Carolina University, I was enrolled in a marketing class over this summer.  One of the assignments for that class was an interview with a marketing expert.  I sent out a request for an interviewee on twitter.  David Newman of Do It! Marketing was kind enough to respond and agree to the interview.  The result was a most excellent discussion regarding marketing.  The whole experience was fantastic and you can be sure that David will be at the top of my list when I am in need of marketing expertise.  Please enjoy the complete interview via the link below.  And please do consider David and Do It! Marketing for your own marketing needs.

Interview with David Newman of Do It! Marketing by dniolet

Entrepreneur Written Interviews

An Interview with Kathleen Glosan, Production Manager of Jeff Smith’s Cartoon Books

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What sort of educational background do you have?

Graduated from The Ohio State University with  Bachelor’s degree in Communications

Is there one subject in particular you wish you had studies more while in college?

I went to Catholic school my whole life, and when I got to college and had to take all of the introductory/basic requirement classes I rather liked my History classes the most. I felt like there was so much that I was never taught in my elementary school days, or things that were only briefly mentioned, that when I was able to see the broader picture–that was very appealing to me! And I felt cheated.

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