MW Scott Cunningham - There Can Be No Monopoly On Wisdom
This episode was produced with research support from the incomparable Amy Townes Booth.Works Cited Cunningham, Scott. Earth Power: Techniques of Natural Magic. Llewellyn Publications; 1st edition (May 8 2013)Cunningham, Scott. The Truth About Witchcraft Today . Woodbury, MN: Llewellyn Publications, 1994.Cunningham. Scott. Wicca: A Guide For the Solitary Practitioner. Woodbury, MN: Llewellyn Publications,2004Kraig, Donald Michael. The Magical Life of Scott Cunningham. Woodbury, MN: Llewellyn Publications, 2012.Wilkens, John. “Chet Cunningham, Author Who Defied Writer's Block by Churning out 450 Books, Dies at 88.” Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Times, 24 Mar. 2017, 9:55am, www.latimes.com/local/obituaries/la-me-chet-cunningham-20170324-story.html. Hagerty, James R. “Chet Cunningham's Advice to Writers: 'Put Your Butt in the Chair and Do It'.” The Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones & Company, 31 Mar. 2017, 12:25pm, www.wsj.com/articles/cunninghams-advice-to-writers-put-your-butt-in-the-chair-and-do-it-1490968800. Martin, L.J. “Remembering Chet Cunningham.” Wolfpack Publishing, 5 Aug. 2017, wolfpackpublishing.com/remembering-chet-cunningham/. Ashworth, Christine. “Scott Cunningham.” Christine Ashworth, christine-ashworth.com/scott-cunningham/. https://www.ohchr.org/Documents/Issues/SexualOrientation/ImpactCOVID19LGBTpersons.pdfhttps://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/0008429817710971https://codepen.io/PHPSiteScripts/full/zoPGGmhttp://www.u.arizona.edu/~afutrell/w%20civ%2002/albigensians.html#:~:text=Albigensian%20belief%20was%20dualistic%3A%20they,burdens%20of%20the%20material%20world.https://books.openedition.org/obp/4390?lang=enhttps://www.cathar.info/https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/43285/adams-cursehttp://rictornorton.co.uk/homopho4.htmhttps://www.femalefirst.co.uk/features/witching-hour-lgbtq-and-paganism-1205509.html
221 Scott Cunningham, The economics of sex work, abortion policy, and crime
Alain Guillot Show
https://www.alainguillot.com/scott-cunningham/ Scott Cunningham is a professor of economics at Baylor University. He is the co-editor of The Handbook for the Economics of Prostitution with Oxford University Press. His career has focused primarily on the economics of risky behaviors, with a special focus on sex work, abortion policy, and crime. He lives in Waco, Texas with his family. Get the book right here: https://amzn.to/3iXwR6F
Sermon delivered Sunday, January 10, 2021 - The First Sunday after EpiphanySCRIPTURESIsaiah 42:1-7Psalm 89:20-29Acts 10:34-38Our vision is to be a community coming home to Jesus and his Church. As an Anglican church, we follow a liturgy every Sunday which allows us to participate in worship together. The Coronavirus has eliminated our ability to meet together for the foreseeable future, but it has not quenched our desire to worship in spirit and truth! The liturgy we’ll be following in our services will thus be a little different than usual, but it remains a way for us all to participate in the work of the people of God—to hear and respond to His Word, and to pray for the world. You can find a copy of the bulletin to follow along, and join us live on Sundays at 10AM at christchurchmadison.com/livestream
Episode Nine Scott Cunningham - Stop Marketing For The Sake Of Marketing
Digital Marketing Confessions
Scott is the founder and managing director of Social Lite Communications, a full-stack digital marketing and design agency. A certified Shopify expert, Scott is an industry leader in helping e-commerce merchants scale. First, Scott explains what will get in the way of measurable results in business. The biggest obstacle is steep learning curves every time you start a project. A learning curve shouldn’t get in the way of your staff’s performance. If something takes a long time to learn, it will prevent you from getting excellent work done. Then, Scott explains what is no longer working in digital marketing. Scott says that doing more marketing for the sake of marketing is no longer working. If you’re a startup, then you might be at the crawling stage of your business. When you are financing your startup, branding, and inventory should be 1/3 of the total spend, and 2/3 should be promotion. Businesses that are at a walking stage are at $20,000 to $100,000 a month. The companies that are at a running stage are making $100,000 to $1,000,000 a month. Businesses that are at a crawl are guilty of not investing enough money into marketing. You can’t put out a few ads and expect people to show up. You don’t want to do more marketing until you validate the market for your product. Scott says that you need to validate your product market. They should have at least $1,000 to $2,000 coming into the store. Once you proved your concept, you can spend more money on inventory. Then, you’ll be ready to do more marketing. When starting your business, validate it through a small circle first. For instance, one of Scott’s clients sells CBD dog food. She wasn’t allowed to advertise. Instead, she called the Golden Retriever Club of America. She has tripled her business three years in a row. It all started with a small community and validating her product market. People get distracted by shiny apps. Think about the core strategy behind the app before marketing on that application or website. If you’re not confident in your idea, then it’s not going to work. Scott says that potential clients ask him to sign an NDA before explaining their product idea. However, once the product launches, people are still allowed to rip it off. If you want to be a step ahead with your product, get buy-in from your community first. When your organisation is booming, your product will be valid. Stay tuned as Scott reveals the importance of looking at your product reviews, how to understand the success of your campaign, and the number one rule of copywriting. - “Don’t do more marketing for the sake of doing marketing.” - “Before investing in inventory, prove the concept.” - “If the product is proven to add value to a specific customer segment, it’s going to be a lot easier to market.” - “We can never spend enough time getting to know what keeps our customers up at night.” In This Episode: [ 2:50 ] About Scott’s work [ 6:10 ] Why you need to avoid steep learning curves [ 11:00 ] What isn’t working in the world of digital marketing [ 26:20 ] What is working in the world of digital marketing [ 32:50 ] How to understand the success of your campaign Links Mentioned: Scott’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/scott-cunningham-10517199/ Scott’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/scott.cunning/ Merchant Mastery: https://www.facebook.com/groups/merchantmastery/ BFCM + Holiday Campaign Courses For Shopify Store Owners: https://merchantmastery.io/pages/bfcm Social Lite Communications: https://www.sociallite.ca Mike Michalowicz: https://mikemichalowicz.com The Pumpkin Plan: https://mikemichalowicz.com/pumpkin-plan/ Golden Retriever Club of America: https://grca.org The Prince’s Trust: https://www.princes-trust.org.uk Girl, Wash Your Face: https://www.girlwashyourface.com The ASK Method: https://askmethod.com StoryBrand: https://storybrand.com
This episode features an interview with Scott Cunningham about markets for prostitution and his book on causal inference. Cunningham is a thoughtful scholar working at the cutting edge of empirical microeconomics. He is a professor of economics at Baylor University, a research fellow at the texas Hunger Initiative and at the Computational Justice Lab. He is also an associate editor at the Journal of Human Resources. He is the co-editor of the Oxford Handbook on the Economics of Prostitution, and as we discuss, the author of Causal Inference: The Mixtape, forthcoming from Yale University Press. Our conversation covers his research on the changing technology of prostitution markets, the difficulty regulating these markets, and some discussion about what a Christian response should look like. We also discuss his forthcoming textbook on causal inference. Scott Cunningham’s Website, which includes links to the papers we discuss in the episode. (https://www.scunning.com/) The free early version of his causal inference textbook. (https://www.scunning.com/mixtape.html) The website for Causal Inference: The Mixtape at Yale University Press, available for order in January 2021. (https://yalebooks.yale.edu/book/9780300251685/causal-inference)--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/faithfuleconomy/support
Episode 60: P. Scott Cunningham on O, Miami and His Deep Love for the Heat
Dear Adam Silver
P. Scott Cunningham is a poet and essayist originally from Boca Raton, FL, now based in Miami. He is the author of Ya Te Veo , selected by Billy Collins for the Miller Williams Poetry Series. Scott is a graduate of Wesleyan University and is the founder and director of O, Miami, a non-profit organization that celebrates Miami, FL through the lens of poetry. I found out about his work because he recently edited a collection of poems all about basketball entitled Ballerz 2K20 . Scott is also a longtime Miami Heat fan which made this podcast even more interesting to record right now! To learn more about O, Miami and the poetry festival they put on every year, please check out omiami.org and follow them on Instagram at @Omiamifestival. The organization is truly dedicated to celebrating Miami and engaging with their community through encounters with poems. You can find the New Yorker article we reference in the episode about the poetry contest Scott organized in 2010 when Lebron joined the Heat here.
Interview with Scott Cunningham, Lighting Director for Florida Georgia Line: Life on the tour bus, life at home, importance of great production, Harvest quotes and more...
GO HARVEST (Tim Price)
An interview with Scott Cunningham, Lighting Director for Florida Georgia Line. Scott served with Harvest Ministry playing drums for summer teams and weekend conferences and events in the mid 2000's. It was great to catch up and hear a bit of touring band life, family life and Harvest Ministry reflections. Thanks, Scott! Got a question - send us a message! Support the Harvest Podcast! Other Tim Price Blog Podcasts: http://www.timpriceblog.com/podcast/ www.timpriceblog.com | www.harvestministryteams.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/goharvest/support
EP105: Scaling 6-Figure Ecommerce Businesses to 7-Figures With Scott Cunningham founder of Social Lite Communications
The DigitalMarketer Podcast
Calling all Shopify business owners and agencies! In this episode, Scott Cunningham, founder of Social Lite Communications, explains how he helps Shopify store owners grow their revenue with offer strategies, paid ads, and email marketing. He walks us through the crucial implementation step of ecommerce, how he builds brand awareness, and the backend of his Facebook Ads Manager. RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE Merchant Mastery Facebook Group Social Lite Communications Thanks so much for joining us this week. Want to subscribe to The DigitalMarketer Podcast? Have some feedback you’d like to share? Connect with us on iTunes and leave us a review! iTunes not your thing? Find us on Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, or at DigitalMarketer.com.