Monthly Archives: April 2014

What Is The Difference Between A Revenue Model, Revenue Stream And A Business Model

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Business terms like revenue model, revenue stream and business model may seem like basic concepts, but many people get confused with these terms. In business, you often hear these terms being used with various levels of accuracy. And in this article I’ll try to provide clear explanations and definitions for what these terms are.
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How To Grow A Blog That Educates People About Plant Food Diet

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I recently chatted with the entrepreneur who is the creator of a very cool site that teaches people about eating healthy plant-based food. The site is called Plantilicious. I am personally fascinated with this topic because I know so little about it, but realize that I need to make myself knowledgeable in the subject because my current diet is far from optimal (I have an affinity for junk food). So I will likely become a regular reader of the blog moving forward. In this article I wanted to discuss how to make such a blog much more of a business than it currently might be.
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Why Team Building Is So Important! Thanks To A Team Building Company In Philadelphia

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I recently chatted with the owner of PhillyHops which is a very interesting business that provides team building activities that are centered around food. The company operates in Philadelphia, Washington D.C, New York, and New Jersey. I thought it was a fascinating business. And I am personally surprised that I have not yet addressed the topic of team-building on this blog or my YouTube channel.

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How To Promote An iPhone Dyslexia Mobile App

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I recently chatted with the entrepreneur behind a new iPhone Dyslexia mobile app. During our conversation I learned that up to 15% of the world population is somewhere on the spectrum of this condition, and suffer from visual stress (the term commonly used for this condition). That means that the potential market for this app is tremendous. There are a couple of amazing things that can be done with this app, and I’ll discuss them in this article. If you are interested in the subject of this app, this is the website for the Dyslexia app and here is the Apple app store listing of the Dyslexia iPhone app.
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