Jill Salzman of The Founding Moms Asks Me My Biggest Biz Problem

A few weeks ago, Jill Salzman, founder of The Founding Moms, asked me to write a guest blog post about the importance of a supportive spouse for entrepreneurs. Last week Jill and her partner, Brad, interviewed me for the podcast, Breaking Down Your Business, where they tackle the most complex small business questions of our day.

Jill and Brad are loud and nuts, so I was right at home on their show.

During the interview, Jill made two comments about my business I think I’m going to do something about:

  1. She said she wanted to use our product to make a single image mural, but emailed me about it because she didn’t see any info. on the home page.
  2. She also thought I should blog more at WeMontage.


As I mentioned in the interview, there are no silver bullets when it comes to solving business problems, but feedback is a gift. She’s right about the single image thing. I used to have copy and a photo on the home page about our single image mural capabilities, but the picture looked so fake, I took it down. I have this new one now, and I’m gonna add it to the home page.


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Jill also suggested I blog more at WeMontage. She’s right about that, too. I hate the formatting of my blog there. It is kinda rigged via our e-commerce platform and just doesn’t look good. And there’s a bug now that has all my old posts not showing up. Grrrrrr!

But I think I’m gonna start using Blab to interview interesting people in the design world and use that as content for the blog over there.


Without further ado, here’s the podcast interview with Jill and Brad. Click the image below to go their page and see what I told her my biggest problem is.


And if you dig it, subscribe to their podcast here.


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  1. The single image thing is something I get asked over and over again when I plug your product. Someone asked me about it just the other day for another friend. I gave them your contact info. Honestly, I think that is something that could be very cool too! The challenge of course is picture quality, but I’ll be thrilled if you start offering that option!

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