81: Owen Fuller | President of QZZR

Owen Fuller is the President at Qzzr, where he and his team help top brands like ESPN, Red Bull, and Hubspot create intelligent interactive content. Last year over 350 million people used their quizzes, polls, and interactive lists. Prior to Qzzr, Owen built and sold Fit Marketing, an inbound marketing agency that rode years of 100%+ annual growth to recognition as one of Utah’s fastest growing companies.

July 10, 2017 41 Mins Download (MP3)


01:23 Imagine you just had the best day of your life. What is that one piece of food that will make your day complete?
02:21 Tell us about yourself. Who are you, and what is your story?
03:46 This place in Alaska that you grew up in – Does it have a lot of people that yearn for more beyond that? As in, do have strong wishes to go out to places like Philadelphia, or New York?
05:05 For those of us who don’t know, could you tell us a little bit about Qzzr – what it is, and how it helps people?
08:23 Could you tell us a little bit more the process you had in place to prove that your new quiz product would work, up to point where you got funding?
11:36 Burning through one’s capital too quickly can be a recurring problem in business, especially startups. Do you have any recommendations that you could give to entrepreneurs that you be facing such an issue?
15:54 What are some techniques that you’ve used in order to ascertain some of your more famous and high-profile clients?
19:10 What is a street team to you, and how do you work to make it unique?
24:04 Have there been any instances in a conference in which you’d see red flags?
27:03 How many people does your company have?
27:18 What would you say is your management style?
29:03 What do you do for fun?
31:03 What about habits? Do you have any habits you carry out every day that helps you tick?
33:01 Do you have any tech tools that you use that you just can’t live without? Besides Qzzr, of course.
35:19 What are 3 pieces of advice that you could impart to an entrepreneur that may be stuck in a rut?