A New Jersey Based Podcast About Small Business, Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Weddings, Life and Social Media called Rockstar Podcast. Hosted by Lorenzo ofScreamingLunatic.com , Tony ofDrophouse.com and Mariano of Avelient.co, the 3 of us combine every day life mixed with business and bad comedy to try to help inspire but also relate to the daily hustle of being in Business.
Mariano, Tony and Lorenzo tackle the business of business reviews. From how to handle them, when to ask, bad reviews, good reviews, how to distribute and whether to respond to them or not. We open with the usual random life stuff going on like Mariano adding a West Wing and Lorenzo not wanting to bother to explain his new home buying adventure.
The Return of the Rockstars. Mariano, Tony and Lorenzo are all back to re-start the Rockstar Podcast. We talk about what has gone on with us over the past 3 years and then get right into with discussions about Facebook's Advertisement responsibility in light of the past 2 years, Mariano is still not on Instagram and apparently also considered "doing a podcast" without telling Tony or Lorenzo. That and much more!
Rockstar Podcast Episode 1
The Original OG
In October of 2010, three dudes decided to get together and provide a beautiful disaster called the Rockstar Podcast which lasted 26 Episodes plus a few side episodes over a 2+ year span. Those dudes…
Lorenzo Araneo, Tony Tee Neto and Mariano DiFabio made up the cast of the Rockstar Podcast. Together they discussed everything from Business to Social Media to Weddings and absolutely ANYTHING in between. We were honored to have many guests come on the show from all sides of the business and wedding world that included even a destination podcast with Gary Vaynerchuk and another LIVE podcast at a bar in front of a live audience in Red Bank, NJ. Other guests included WeddingWire.com’s CFO, Sonny Ganguly, Jason Jani of SCE Event Group, Mike Walter of Elite Entertainment, Micah Baldwin of Graphicly, Techstars and Amazon, and Erik Kent of NJWedding.com. The podcast ended on good terms, life and work became busier and we “took a break”.