Archive for May, 2005

 

Audio: Google SEO’ing using multiple websites

By Yaro Starak
May 31st, 2005

Today’s podcast has a little on an entrepreneur meeting and a lot on a Google SEO technique.

In the real world the more stores you have the more exposure you enjoy and more sales you complete. So why can’t this work online too? Today I talk about using multiple websites (storefronts) for your e-business.

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By Yaro Starak
May 31st, 2005

Audio: Google SEO’ing using multiple websites

By Yaro Starak
May 31st, 2005

Today’s podcast has a little on an entrepreneur meeting and a lot on a Google SEO technique.

In the real world the more stores you have the more exposure you enjoy and more sales you complete. So why can’t this work online too? Today I talk about using multiple websites (storefronts) for your e-business.

Download MP3 | iTunes | … Read the rest of this entry »

By Yaro Starak
May 31st, 2005

Star Trek here we come – Nokia unveils handheld Internet tablet

By Yaro Starak
May 30th, 2005

At last, my dreams of a Star Trek reality are starting to come true!

Business Week: Nokia Corp. is introducing a handheld tablet for Web-browsing over a wireless broadband connection, the company’s first non-phone mobile device and the latest in a long line of attempts to create a so-called "Internet appliance" for quick online access around the home.

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By Yaro Starak
May 30th, 2005

Try before you buy

By Yaro Starak
May 28th, 2005

My housemate just told me about a trial she is trying at a local gym. A friend of hers received some free week long passes so they headed out this morning for a yoga class. This gym turned out to be quite the all-in-one package, offering breakfast buffet (healthy style of course, muesli, fruit and muffins), spa, clothes dry-cleaning (perfect … Read the rest of this entry »

By Yaro Starak
May 28th, 2005

Hiring is Obsolete

By Yaro Starak
May 27th, 2005

Paul Graham: The three big powers on the Internet now are Yahoo, Google, and Microsoft. Average age of their founders: 24. So it is pretty well established now that grad students can start successful companies. And if grad students can do it, why not undergrads?

Like everything else in technology, the cost of starting a startup has decreased dramatically.

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By Yaro Starak
May 27th, 2005

Audio: The Skype Revolution

By Yaro Starak
May 26th, 2005

You know I thought podcasting would be reasonably easy to do, and certainly the motions required to make a podcast are easy enough. It’s not quite as comfortable as I expected to maintain a continuous, reasonably coherent and interesting stream of babble. I bet the professionals, the radio DJ types, have some sort of plan or outline of what they … Read the rest of this entry »

By Yaro Starak
May 26th, 2005

How to get a successful website in 12 months using only Google

By Yaro Starak
May 25th, 2005

Google is powerful. We all know this. Everyone uses Google on a daily basis to search for everything and anything. As a web entrepreneur you must have a solid understanding of what it takes to get a good listing in Google. If your business is web based and your website is a channel of distribution or your main sales tool … Read the rest of this entry »

By Yaro Starak
May 25th, 2005

Testing a new reciprocal link exchange management system

By Yaro Starak
May 24th, 2005

As any good webmaster knows link exchanges are vital to help get your site placed better in search engines and of course for a general increase in exposure. (In case you don’t know, a link exchange means to exchange a link with another website, you link to them and they link back to you.) The Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) industry … Read the rest of this entry »

By Yaro Starak
May 24th, 2005

Audio: Early adopters and beginners

By Yaro Starak
May 23rd, 2005

Here is my latest podcast about early adopters and beginners. After recording this audio I realised I never actually defined what an early adopter is, which is quite ironic considering the topic of the podcast. Just in case here is a quick explanation based on my understanding of the term.

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Key Term:

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By Yaro Starak
May 23rd, 2005

Pricing Strategy: How much should you charge for your product or service?

By Yaro Starak
May 22nd, 2005

About: One of the most difficult, yet important, issues you must decide as an entrepreneur is how much to charge for your product or service. While there is no one single right way to determine your pricing strategy, fortunately there are some guidelines that will help you with your decision.

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By Yaro Starak
May 22nd, 2005

Google expands its horizons beyond search, aims at Yahoo, MSN

By Yaro Starak
May 22nd, 2005

CoolAvenues: Google Inc. has launched a personalized service that will allow users to make a customized web-page instead of simple Google home-page. Available at the URL http://www.google.com/ig, this service will let users to access their email (through gmail accounts), Google News, weather updates, stock-alerts and also RSS feeds from other sites along with its main search box.

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By Yaro Starak
May 22nd, 2005

Making money from a website – is advertising the only solution?

By Yaro Starak
May 21st, 2005

I like this idea – SavvySoloCAST – by Michael Pollock who runs smallbusinessbranding. The SavvySoloCAST will collect audio cast (podcasts) interviews of entrepreneurs.

SavvySoloCAST: Tune in each week as I speak with successful, savvy solopreneurs and recognized experts who know what it takes to build a thriving business. Learn from their success. Be inspired by their stories. And most

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By Yaro Starak
May 21st, 2005

Business Ideas

By Yaro Starak
May 20th, 2005

Most entrepreneurs are ideas people. They are dreamers, creative types that see opportunity in daily life. I liken the creativity of business idea generation to what an artist or a musician experiences when indulging in their craft. Thinking of new business ideas for an entrepreneur is like painting a picture or composing a song, it’s a creative process with much … Read the rest of this entry »

By Yaro Starak
May 20th, 2005

Audio: Location, location, location…Offline marketing for online business

By Yaro Starak
May 18th, 2005

This is my first audio blog post…and you can tell! I’m learning how to do audio blogging and podcasting and all the other cool features you can find at AudioBlog.com. This first cast is five minutes long. I don’t expect people have the patience for long audio posts, I know I don’t, and so I will always keep them … Read the rest of this entry »

By Yaro Starak
May 18th, 2005

Review: The Student Success Manifesto

By Yaro Starak
May 18th, 2005

The Student Success Manifesto is written by Michael Simmons, a young entrepreneur from New York. Michael contacted me directly and offered me a copy of his book. I gladly accepted and recently finished reading the book, so that means it’s review time!

The blurb:

The Student Success Manifesto: How to Create a Life of Passion, Purpose, and Prosperity is an

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By Yaro Starak
May 18th, 2005

Midnight blog post

By Yaro Starak
May 18th, 2005

It’s just clicked over to midnight, happy Wednesday everyone. I’m absolutely buggered at the moment and about to head to bed but I feel like having a quick blog rant.

Lately I’ve been connecting with a lot of entrepreneurs. I’m having a great time, meeting new people that all share the same drives and passions that I do. It feels … Read the rest of this entry »

By Yaro Starak
May 18th, 2005

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