Archive | July, 2011

New Fab.com Coupon Code for $10 Off

Fab.com is my favorite new daily deals site, you can get 70% off on high-end design-inspired products. They have modern furniture, high-end kitchen appliances, uber cool gadgets and more with new deals posted daily. Grab this link to get $10 in credit for your first purchase and get immediate access to daily sales (normally you […]

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You Won’t Find Startup Funding From These Sources

Some aspiring entrepreneurs are so desperate for funding, or naïve, that they ignore the obvious signs of scams and rip-offs on the Internet, praying for a windfall. One would think that with all the sad stories and tools published over the past twenty years, this problem would be behind us. But people are still begging […]

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The Franchisor is not the Enemy

I have become a bit cynical about parent companies whether they be as a partner, franchisor, MLM, etc.  Consider this a business success tip and a challenge to stale thoughts such as “They are not in synch with my business success goals”. There can be a love-hate relationship between a large company and its partners, […]

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The Brain Rule Video: Vision Trumps All Other Senses

To understand more about how to create conversions using inbound marketing and the impact that pictures have in any guerrilla marketing campaign, watch the video: [youtube Ta-KdsETpXc&feature] The Brain Rule: “Vision trumps all other senses.”  The video by John Medina shows why pictures are so powerful.  Learn more at http://www.brainrules.net This video was suggested by Ron […]

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Gary Vaynerchuk’s “The Thank You Economy”

Gary Vaynerchuk’s great new book “The Thank You Economy”  is a big wet kiss to customers everywhere. From where Gary sits, anyone who doesn’t prioritize customers and the customer experience is making a huge mistake. His book talks to the importance of using technology to understanding your customers and deliver a personalized experience — not […]

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Six Ways to Fund a Non-Profit, Without an Investor

Angel investors and venture capitalists don’t invest in non-profits. The simple reason is that it’s impossible to make money for investors when the goal of the company is to not make money. Yet I still get this question on a regular basis, so I’ll try to outline the considerations in common-sense terms. A non-profit organization […]

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