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Stuff you can't learn in B-school: LARRY CHIANG

David Hornik answers Chris Heuer’s Question on Randi Zuckerberg’s “Dot Complicated Show”. Ms Zuckerberg’s other celeb guests include Porter Gale and Rob Minkoff

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By Larry Chiang

The Dot Complicated Show *TEASER* is on my YouTube. It’s by host Randi Zuckerberg and the inaugural show features Porter Gale, Rob Minkoff and David Hornik.

Using my hits discovery algorithm, I’m calling this show a winner. Here are five reasons

-1- The show starts to slow cook yummy content.

Slow cooked yummy content is the opposite of fast food crap. Like a reality show.

-2- The show builds an email list following.

Like a gourmet food truck that tweets and emails, Dot Complicated is building an email list and getting together a following. It can only get huge at 1% growth per week

-3- The Studio

Its got good Feng Shui

-4- Satellite uplink me

It saves a drive all the way down to Page Mill Road to do CNBC

-5- Ms Zuckerberg’s focus.

The show is the website is the tv show is the book.

What I mean is that it is Dot Complicated the Harper Collins book. Dot Complicated the TV show series. Dot Complicated the website.

When an entrepreneur is starting up a new entity, the risk can be vetted and massively lowered. Having your book promoting your show, dovetailing your TV studio, Gua Gua Guacamoles up a tidal wave of marketing momentum.

The “Dot Complicated” is a nice bounce-back from the Bravo show on Silicon Valley

#ENGR145’s SHIFT right on the entrepreneur bell curve

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Written by Larry Chiang

March 18, 2013 at 5:11 pm

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