Archive for January, 2011

 

From Artist To Medical Entrepreneur: How Jeff Barson Makes A Million A Year Online

By Yaro Starak
January 31st, 2011

Many years ago a new writer came on board a blog I used to own called SmallBusinessBranding.com. His name was Jeff Barson and his industry is business advice for cosmetic surgeons, at least that’s the best label I can apply.

More recently Jeff and I reconnected as he wanted to tell me he was now in charge of a very … Read the rest of this entry »

By Yaro Starak
Jan 31st, 2011

How To Build Your Profile Through Community Involvement

By Kerry McDuling
January 27th, 2011

There is a silver lining to every cloud, and many challenges can indeed provide an opportunity to connect with your community and give something back, while generating exposure for your business and yourself at the same time. The recent floods where I live have demonstrated how this can be achieved, and many examples of individuals and businesses doing just that … Read the rest of this entry »

By Kerry McDuling
Jan 27th, 2011

How Creativity Wins Friends And Influences People

By Neroli Makim
January 25th, 2011

In Neroli’s second article on how creativity can help your business and you as an entrepreneur, she looks at the character of the “Joker” (no, not the Batman Joker) and how it can help you to form connections and build relationships with people. You will also find a link to the character profile survey Neroli promised in her last articleRead the rest of this entry »

By Neroli Makim
Jan 25th, 2011

Why Leave A Six Figure Corporate Job For Internet Entrepreneurship?

By Sunil
January 21st, 2011

Sunil contacted me asking if he could apply to become a columnist on Entrepreneurs-Journey. I asked him what are the highlights of his “career” as an entrepreneur so I could be confident in his credibility and he had stories to tell that we could all learn from.

It turns out Sunil has done a few things. As you will see Read the rest of this entry »

By Sunil
Jan 21st, 2011

My Flood Disaster Story & A Charity Drive Where You Can Score My Training

By Yaro Starak
January 20th, 2011

Total Raised So Far: $2622

Living in Brisbane last week was a little bit different. I’m not entirely sure what the news coverage was like overseas, however I do know many of my readers are aware that we had a little flooding problem in my city, the third largest in Australia. Needless to say it was, and still is huge … Read the rest of this entry »

By Yaro Starak
Jan 20th, 2011

How We Had Our First Product Manufactured In China

By Christine Syquia
January 18th, 2011

One of the most important decisions a new company with a product to sell will make is selecting a manufacturer.  While some design companies may decide to keep production local, most will choose an international factory for mass production, typically in Asia or in South America, depending on your product.

For our company, split between two continents, there was … Read the rest of this entry »

By Christine Syquia
Jan 18th, 2011

How To Get Free Publicity For Your Business On TV And Radio

By Kerry McDuling
January 17th, 2011

Print media is just one avenue of publicity that is available. Depending on your business or story, radio, TV and online may be more appropriate. In this article, I share my top tips for attracting TV and radio coverage how to prepare for them.

TV And Radio Media

The main differences between broadcast and print are mainly quite obvious and … Read the rest of this entry »

By Kerry McDuling
Jan 17th, 2011

13 Articles To Help You On Your Entrepreneurs Journey

By Leigh Peele
January 14th, 2011

This is Yaro here, briefly intruding on Leigh’s column. I just wanted to clarify that Leigh wrote this article to highlight many of the best and most important articles hidden away in the archives of this blog. Since Leigh is a long time reader of Entrepreneurs-Journey.com (and now columnist) she’s been around long enough to see this content come and Read the rest of this entry »

By Leigh Peele
Jan 14th, 2011

Blogging Economics: Where Does My Money Go?

By Mitch Wilson
January 13th, 2011

Unless you are well established or independently wealthy to begin with, you have a budget that you need to work within for starting your blog and online business.

While this “magic number’ is different for everyone, a lot of things surrounding your blog have or will have costs associated with them. While I can’t speak for everyone – people use … Read the rest of this entry »

By Mitch Wilson
Jan 13th, 2011

What Is The Most Elusive And Sought After Commodity In Business Today?

By Neroli Makim
January 11th, 2011

Let me introduce you to Entrepreneurs-Journey’s latest expert columnist, Neroli Makim, who specializes in creativity. Neroli is a friend from Brisbane, who recently published a book called “Your Inner Knowing” which as the subtitle explains, is about Unlocking The Secrets To Creative Success. I can tell you from experience talking to Neroli, the subject of creativity … Read the rest of this entry »

By Neroli Makim
Jan 11th, 2011

Blogging In French: Olivier Roland Proves There Is Money To Be Made Helping People In Other Languages

By Yaro Starak
January 11th, 2011

Many a time I've received a question from a person who has English as a second language, regarding their options for writing a blog and whether they should focus on English since most success stories seem to be from English websites. I almost always recommend they consider their native tongue first, as the opportunities there are potentially significant due to the reduced competition compared to the English market.

By Yaro Starak
Jan 11th, 2011

How To Prepare A Media Release To Generate Press Coverage – Case Study

By Kerry McDuling
January 3rd, 2011

In my previous article I took a look at contacting and communicating with the print media through the creation and distribution of a media release. In this post, I thought I would give an example of a media release so that you can see the format at work, and then show you the results of the campaign.

Just as … Read the rest of this entry »

By Kerry McDuling
Jan 3rd, 2011

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