Big Pine Key, FL, March 12, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Podcasts have been steadily gaining popularity in the past couple of years. More podcsats than ever are being launched each month, as many people find their own voice and their own audience. It can seem that there are a very small group of people being interviewed on podcasts and they just do the podcasting circuit. So, no matter what podcast you listen to, you feel like you have heard the interview before.
Christy Haussler has recently launched a fresh new podcast called the Brick and Mortar Reporter. This podcast features interviews with actual local, independent business owners who are working in their businesses and growing them every year. These business owners aren't out making the interview rounds on the podcast circuit; they are at work everyday in their local business in your local communities. These business owners truly have a level of expertise that other business owners and wantrepreneurs can learn from.
The Brick and Mortar Reporter podcast has a new interview every single day and the interviews cover every type of local business imaginable. From restaurants to service businesses to product based businesses, Christy gets these business owners to open up and share their best tips for running a successful business.
No matter what business you are in or what your niche is, you will find valuable tips for hiring employees, marketing your business (both online and off-line), automating your business and growing your business.
Each episode of the Brick and Mortar Reporter includes a niche finder question, where the business owners tell us what products or services they cannot find locally, but wish they could. This is a great way to help you find an available niche!
Christy Haussler is a local business advocate that truly believes in Local First. Christy has spend her career working in Customer Relations for companies both large and small, and now takes her expertise to the local market. Christy is passionate about local business and realizes that economic recovery could happen in every community if enough of the citizens got behind the local businesses rather than the national chains.
Christy's mission is to raise awareness of the importance of keeping your local dollars in your local community whenever absolutely possible. The Brick and Mortar Reporter podcast is a vehicle to raise that awareness. Local businesses are at a disadvantage from a regulatory stand point and they have the deck stacked against them as they try to compete with online giants and national chains. Always one to root for the underdog, Christy is taking up the cause of championing local businesses by sharing their stories and successes on her podcast.
The Brick and Mortar Reporter is available through the following channels.
iTunes - https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/brickandmortarreporters-podcast/id834006498
Stitcher Radio - http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=46048&refid=stpr You can also find the Brick and Mortar Reporter online at www.brickandmortarreporter.com
And the Brick and Mortar Reporter Podcast Facebook page.