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Julia Boorstin Explains Why Twitter’s IPO Is So Highly Anticipated By Wall Street Investors

Twitter is set to launch its Initial Public Offering later this week and it’s expected to raise $1 billion—depending on the IPO price. Twitter’s estimated market capitalization is between $17 billion and $20 billion.

Yet, like so many Internet companies before, Twitter makes no money. It generated a $69 million loss on revenue of $254 million for the first 6 months of 2013.

Why, then, is Twitter’s IPO so highly anticipated by Wall Street investors?

Julia Boorstin, CNBC’s crack journalist covering media and entertainment is with me to discuss this.

Debra Benton Coaches Listeners To Act Like CEOs Online And Offline In Her Book The Virtual Executive

Debra Benton is an internationally recognized communications and interpersonal relations expert. She coaches us on how to present ourselves using today’s technology as she teaches us how to act like a CEO online and offline from her book The Virtual Executive.

Lori Andrews Advocates An Internet Constitution To Protect Individual Rights On The Internet

Lori Andrews is a law professor, a public interest lawyer and mystery novelist. We discuss how individuals’ rights are being violated by social networks and the Web and the need for a Constitution

Philippa Gamse Gives 42 Rules For A Web Presence That Wins!

Philippa Gamse is an Internet strategy pioneer. She provides us ways to improve our web presence from her latest book 42 Rules for a Winning Web Presence.

Jim Carrillo Uses His High-Tech Training To Simplify Technology For Businesspeople

Jim Carrillo is a rocket scientist—literally. He’s been involved with technology his entire career. He helps us simplify our technology choices and help us focus on business, not computers, from his book Increase Sales & Eliminate Costs Using Simple Technology.

Jay Baer Explains Critical Shifts Businesses Must Make From His Book The NOW Revolution

Jay Baer embodies the spirit of the Internet revolution. He is among the top social media experts in the country. We discuss how to shift any business to be more agile, from his book The Now Revolution.

Dom Sagolla, co-creator of Twitter, Explains The Changing Landscape Of Communication

Dom Sagolla is leading himself—and the rest of the world—on a new adventure in communications. A co-creator of Twitter, we discuss his book on proper Twitter etiquette, 140 Characters: A Style Guide for the Short Form.

Guests for July 11, 2011

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Here is the lineup of guests on BRAINSTORMIN’ with Billy the Brain for Monday, July 11, 2011. Listen at www.BrainstorminOnline.com or on AM 1400 in Ventura at 10 o’clock am Pacific time.

Howard Lindzon Explains The WallStrip Edge And How To Invest In The 21st Century

Howard Lindzon has hit Internet paydirt—not once, but twice. He’s the co-founder of WallStrip, which he sold to CBS, and StockTwits. We discuss the new way to invest from his book The WallStrip Edge: Using Trends To Make Money—Find ‘em, Ride ‘em and Get Off.

Scott Stratten Teaches Us To Un-Market

Scott Stratten is ranked as one of the top influencers on Twitter in the world. He’s gotten over 60 million views for his clients’ videos online. He spends WAY too much time on line. We discuss his latest book, Un-Marketing: Stop Marketing. Start Engaging.

Bill Frank’s Guests

Here is the lineup of guests for Guests For October 5, 2013

Guests For October 5, 2013

My guests this week are Bob McCord, founding member of VREG, talking about Ventura's budget woes; healthcare expert Sally Pipes exposing the flaws of Obamacare as the Insurance Exchanges open for business; and Stuart Crain, CEO of TVTalk discussing how his app will revolutionize television viewing. Read More

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