Episode 192: Tim Fargo – Why Big Ideas Usually Suck…and Other Wisdom

Episode 192: Tim Fargo – Why Big Ideas Usually Suck…and Other Wisdom

Overview

In 2013, Tim Fargo wanted to promote his new book, Alphabet Success. Using Twitter, he quickly realized his evergreen content scheduling was a  time-suck. He thought there had to be a better way. Reaching out to a colleague to build what he needed, Tim quickly had a solution to his problem of automating posts in a deliberate manner.

Now, Social Jukebox serves hundreds companies from micro businesses with no staff to personal brands to major companies.

Tim understands what it takes to launch a business. His first major success with Omega, an investigation company, started in an extra bedroom. Tim led the company through growth to over 300 employees in just a few years, selling it off for $20 million.

Now he’s helping others reach larger  audiences through social media marketing automation with his company Social Jukebox.

In my interview with Tim, he shares all sorts of valuable business tips based on his massive success, including, why most big ideas suck!

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