Digital Boom / Life of Don Most

Digital Boom / Life of Don Most


HostConnie Willis

GuestsErick Salgado, Don Most

Digital business and passive income have skyrocketed due to COVID-19. What was to take five to ten years happened in merely 50 days, according to Builderall CEO Erick Salgado. In the first half of the program, he joined guest host Connie Willis (info) to discuss the present digital boom, and the future of online business in the new world ahead. Everything you do online could potentially be digital marketing, Salgado suggested, noting examples of digital marketing in niche industries, membership-driven websites, and product promotions.

He shared his personal story about how he carried $200,000 in debt from his old newspaper business prior to starting his successful digital marketing enterprise. When he launched Builderall in the United States he became the top seller within four hours, Salgado revealed. The Builderall platform provides a set of tools that allow anyone to build, promote, and scale an online business, he explained. "You can do pretty much anything that you can think that you can do online... you can do it with Builderall," Salgado said, adding the service is affordable and the learning curve is not too big.


Don Most is probably best known for his co-starring role as Ralph Malph in the long-running television series "Happy Days." During this time he worked with such emerging talents as Ron Howard and Garry Marshall. More recently, Most was seen in a recurring role on the hit show "Glee." During the latter part of the show, he discussed his work on "Happy Days" and life in show business.

Most revealed he had auditioned for the role of Potsie, which ultimately went to Anson Williams, but the producers of "Happy Days" still wanted him to be part of the show and created the role of Ralph just for him. "I think this is going to get on [television] and I think it's got a chance to be pretty successful," he recalled telling his parents as production on the show got started. Most talked about his decision to leave the show before the final season (as did Ron Howard) to pursue other interests. He also reported on a UFO he caught on camera.


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