Monthly Archives: March 2014

What To Do If You Have Many Different Products: Case Study Of A Metaphysical Product Online Store

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In this blog post I want to discuss the case study of Cigami.com which is a site that offers many products like candle holders, bumper stickers, and more. All of these products have a metaphysical theme. The site also offers various services like psychic tarot readings. This business is interesting because it is very much like my business. The only difference is that my business focuses on entrepreneurship. And Cigami.com focuses on the metaphysical space. But the major thing we have in common is that we have too many different kinds of products, and we both find it difficult to get organized in how we would sell each product, and when.

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Course On How To Raise Money And Do Fundraising For Business

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I am excited to announce my course to teach you various ways to raise money for your business, project or a nonprofit organization. The course covers ten different ways for how to raise money. I came up with the course curriculum because I was constantly being asked by entrepreneurs about how they can raise money for their business. And since raising money is generally very difficult, over time, I had to research many fundraising strategies which would eventually be effective for raising money. The course is available on Udemy, which is one of the top sites for online courses. Here is the link to my course on fundraising and raising money where you can see the full curriculum and decide if this is something that would be interesting for you.
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Introducing My Udemy Course To Go From Business Ideas To Start A Business

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I want to share with you an amazing course that I created. The course helps you go from having business ideas to actually starting your business.

Here is the link to the full course on Udemy on how to start a business so you can browse the list of lectures, and here is my full book on how to go from business ideas to starting a business.

The course covers many topics that come up when going from business ideas to actually starting a business.  The course is almost all video content, and has 50 lessons. The lessons come from over 1,000 business questions that were asked by entrepreneurs who are using my business apps. I literally pulled the 1,000+ questions from my database, organized them, and grouped them into 50 general topics that were asked about most frequently. And those 50 topics became the course curriculum for this Udemy course. That ensures us that the material covered in the course will be very relevant to the challenges or questions you may be facing now, or will be facing as you start your business. Here is the course for going from business ideas to start a business.
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Become Amazing At SEO And Learn My Effective Strategies

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Traditional SEO is very difficult. Every website on the entire Web is competing with you to get that SEO traffic. To be completely honest with you, new sites don’t stand a chance to get any sort of significant traffic. SEO is definitely a long-term strategy. But in this article I will explain to you how to use SEO to give yourself a great chance to get a large scale of traffic.
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Cheap accounting software for a small business

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The industry standard for accounting software for small businesses has, for a long time, been QuickBooks. And QuickBooks is a very good accounting software. It typically costs about $300 for 1 license. That isn’t terribly expensive, but small business owners usually want things free or very cheap! And that is where FreshBooks comes in! FreshBooks is a new kind of cheap (with many free features) accounting software that even the most under-funded small businesses can afford.
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Tips, Ideas, & Strategies For How To Market A Mobile App

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Do you have a mobile app, or are you thinking of creating one? If so, you will need to generate hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of downloads. In this article I present 12 mobile app marketing strategies to reach tremendous scale, and generate many downloads for your app.

This article is just one section of my mobile app business book. You can check out the full mobile app business book on Amazon.

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Marketing Plan & Marketing Strategy Book: How To Reach 1,000,000 People!

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I am very excited to announce the release of my marketing plan book which gives cutting edge search and social media strategies, and helps you create a great overall marketing strategy to reach 1,000,000 people. All the tips and strategies in the book are things I have successfully done myself so I know that these strategies work, and in the book I teach you how to get great exposure for your business as well. Here is the link to the marketing plan book. And if you like learning by watching video, here is the link to my full marketing course which is almost all video tutorials.

This book is the second in a 2-part book series. The first book in this book series focuses on how to go from business ideas to starting a business. Learn more about the first book here.

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3 Types Of Business Risk: Financial Risk, Market Risk, And Product Risk

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There are three types of risk you should think about when evaluating a business idea. The first type of risk is obvious. It is simply financial risk that you are willing to take on. The other two types of risk have more to do with actually building and growing the business. They are the product risk and the market risk. Let’s take a closer look at all three.

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