Archive for June, 2011


Why Even Entrepreneurs Need One Of These…

By Nacie Carson
June 30th, 2011

When you hear the term “Mission Statement“, what comes to mind?

For many of us, Mission Statements are synonymous with corporate entities and impersonal HR departments (did someone say TPS reports?).

Yet Mission Statements aren’t just for the Kodaks and Coca Colas of the world – they can be effective tools for entrepreneurs to not only keep their … Read the rest of this entry »

By Nacie Carson
Jun 30th, 2011

How To Beat Procrastination When You Don’t Know What To Do Next

By Leevi Romanik
June 29th, 2011

This is part one of a two part series where I want to address some of the common issues that are faced by many Internet marketers. This article will focus on an obstacle I feel is stopping many people from getting started with Internet marketing. The second article will focus on proper business strategies for an online business.

A growing … Read the rest of this entry »

By Leevi Romanik
Jun 29th, 2011

What Is The Perfect Price Point To Maximize Profits?

By Dee Kumar
June 28th, 2011

I’m Dee Kumar and I’m a little different from other writers here. I come from both a small business and multibillion dollar background, so my articles always take the approaches of the giants and aim to give practical advice as to how their tactics can be implemented by entrepreneurs.

If you have been following any of my previous work here … Read the rest of this entry »

By Dee Kumar
Jun 28th, 2011

Maverick Canadian Shares How To Profit Using His Simple Story Telling Method

By Neroli Makim
June 27th, 2011

Hello again, this week we’ve got part two of the Shaune Clarke interview, and I promise it’s just as packed with unusual and insightful tips for business as part one:

Why Keeping It Real Is Your Best Selling Tactic

In fact, this week, we get to cover something I’ve made a fuss about a few times in previous posts. … Read the rest of this entry »

By Neroli Makim
Jun 27th, 2011

How Google And Groupon REALLY Make Their Millions

By Aziz Ali
June 24th, 2011

It’s so interesting that most entrepreneurs use basic online products in their lives every single day, but fail to realize what hooked them into using those products. Even more ironic is the fact that how disconnected we have become in recognizing the commonalities these mega successful products have that make them a “mega success”.

Ok, let me be more specific.… Read the rest of this entry »

By Aziz Ali
Jun 24th, 2011

Take Control Of Your Publicity (Or End Up Like Bill Clinton)

By Kerry McDuling
June 23rd, 2011

What Is Your ‘Personal Brand’?

Your personal brand is what should determine your media activity and the type of presence you seek to obtain publically.

In my last post, I debated the topic “Is All Publicity Good Publicity?” I looked at a range of factors that would influence this statement, and the main conclusions can be summed up … Read the rest of this entry »

By Kerry McDuling
Jun 23rd, 2011

Tired Of Failing To Meet Your Goals? Try My Success Formula…

By Leevi Romanik
June 22nd, 2011

My previous articles have talked about marketing with regards to knowing your customer and refining your niche. This week I want to talk a little bit more about the mental game of business and what is required to build a successful business.

Specifically, I want to provide some useful tips for goal setting. If you are currently not setting … Read the rest of this entry »

By Leevi Romanik
Jun 22nd, 2011

Who To Listen To When It Comes To Making Money With Your Blog

By Mitch Wilson
June 21st, 2011

Over the past three years my site has grown through a variety of methods, some of which I have discussed in my previous articles, and some that I’ll save for another day, but throughout, my goal has always remained the same: deliver what the readers and audience want.

As The Sports Chat Place has grown from just a handful … Read the rest of this entry »

By Mitch Wilson
Jun 21st, 2011

Why Keeping It Real Is Your Best Selling Tactic

By Neroli Makim
June 20th, 2011

Greetings once more fellow entrepreneur, this week I have something quite unique and extraordinary to share.

Yesterday, I interviewed Shaune Clarke, and what began as a 45 minute interview spilled into nearly two hours as we took a free fall into the mind of one of the most uniquely gifted entrepreneurs I’ve encountered.

Because Shaune shared such a wealth … Read the rest of this entry »

By Neroli Makim
Jun 20th, 2011

The Truth About Your Latest Idea: It Likely Sucks! Here’s Why…

By Nacie Carson
June 16th, 2011

As entrepreneurs, we all think we are “in touch” with our target market.

When we create and offer products and services, we do so with the implicit belief that we have a good handle on what our market wants, what our market needs, and what price our market is willing to bear.

This confidence can come from researching … Read the rest of this entry »

By Nacie Carson
Jun 16th, 2011

Is Your Marketing Strategy Using This Powerful Principle?

By Leevi Romanik
June 15th, 2011

In this day and age we are constantly bombarded with advertising and marketing. It is estimated the average person sees 5000 ads per day. The result? We ignore the majority of them. The marketing message falls on deaf ears or blind eyes. Simply put, there is too much clutter out there, and to deal with it (and in order … Read the rest of this entry »

By Leevi Romanik
Jun 15th, 2011

How Entrepreneurs Adapt To Change

By Dr. Mani
June 14th, 2011

Nostalgia is a wistful yearning for the past, an almost childish desire to have the world unchanged, constant, secure as it once used to be. It’s an emotion most of us feel for different things – but that can be deadly and dangerous for an entrepreneur to feel about business.

Because change is constant in a business environment.

Being willing, … Read the rest of this entry »

By Dr. Mani
Jun 14th, 2011

Kerwin Rae Explains How To Maintain Optimal Flow For Peak Performance

By Neroli Makim
June 13th, 2011

Hello once again fellow entrepreneur. Today we have a very interesting article based on an interview I had with Kerwin Rae last week. For all those who have been reading this column from the beginning, you will notice that Kerwin has already appeared twice previously, once in an article on Creativity and Influence and the other on Inspirational Leadership. … Read the rest of this entry »

By Neroli Makim
Jun 13th, 2011

How My 5 Question Survey Saved Me Time And Resources In Product Development

By Leslie Samuel
June 10th, 2011

Selling information for money – it’s such a beautiful thing. It’s what so many of us love talking (and blogging) about. It doesn’t take a huge office, lots of inventory, and once it’s done, you can almost set it and forget it – right? Well, it all depends. Allow me to explain . . .

Since the beginning of this … Read the rest of this entry »

By Leslie Samuel
Jun 10th, 2011

3 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Starting Your Business

By Ken Sundheim
June 9th, 2011

A common mistake that young entrepreneurs make is unwittingly starting highly cyclical and highly risky businesses, when it hasn’t been all that long since the Great Recession in the U.S. was declared over by the National Bureau of Economic Research in June 2009.

These cyclical, risky businesses operate on the premise that we are going to experience an economic boom … Read the rest of this entry »

By Ken Sundheim
Jun 9th, 2011

How To Sell More By Appealing To Fewer Customers

By Leevi Romanik
June 8th, 2011

In my first post I talked about validating your niche, this post will talk about narrowing your niche and defining your unique selling proposition (USP).

These two factors are critical if you want to really appeal to people. If you want your product or service to really stand out, you must differentiate what you have to offer from … Read the rest of this entry »

By Leevi Romanik
Jun 8th, 2011

How To Stay Ahead Of Your Industry

By Dee Kumar
June 7th, 2011

In the first article in this series – Ask Yourself This Important Question: Is Your Business Growing Or Dying? – I talked about why the ‘be the best’ mindset is so important and why it has been the ultimate success factor for many businesses.

There were, however, a number of misunderstandings, prevalent in the comment section, which I would like … Read the rest of this entry »

By Dee Kumar
Jun 7th, 2011

Market Saturation: Is It Too Late For You To Make Money Online?

By Sunil
June 3rd, 2011

The concept of making money online through websites and blogs is no longer new, but only to those that have been exposed to this industry for some time now.

The last time I checked, there are somewhere around five websites and blogs created every two minutes, which equates to millions more with each passing year. Google has been around … Read the rest of this entry »

By Sunil
Jun 3rd, 2011

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