Archive for July, 2011

 

My Top 5 Favorite Passive Income Methods

By Sunil
July 29th, 2011

Whether passive income exists is an age old debate, which in my opinion will never be resolved. It all comes down to our individual definitions of the term.

Without “duking” out whose definition is more accurate, here are my top 5 favorite passive income avenues. No matter how you define passive income, each of these has some characteristics that … Read the rest of this entry »

By Sunil
Jul 29th, 2011

Revealed: The Secret Source For Winning Google’s Love

By Ana Hoffman
July 28th, 2011

In my last post on Entrepreneurs-Journey.com, we talked about the big fat truth – without unique, fresh, and lengthy content your blog search engine rankings are as good as dead.

Check out the previous post here:

This time I will take it a step further and explain … Read the rest of this entry »

By Ana Hoffman
Jul 28th, 2011

How To Keep Your Finger On Your Market’s Pulse (And Why You Have Probably Already Fallen Behind)

By Leevi Romanik
July 27th, 2011

Keeping “your finger on the pulse” is a phrase I use to describe how entrepreneurs should keep in touch with their niche markets or keep up-to-date with market trends in general. This is vitally important especially if you are working online. At times, when we work online, it is very easy to get caught up in your own little bubble … Read the rest of this entry »

By Leevi Romanik
Jul 27th, 2011

Why Some People Succeed Against All Odds

By Dr. Mani
July 27th, 2011

“Every dream will be challenged!”

These powerful words from a mentor of mine have been burned in fire into my memory. Rarely, a dream or goal comes true easily and effortlessly, without delays, problems or hurdles. It is far more common, however, that you have to overcome many obstacles and suffer some pain before achieving any meaningful target.

And the … Read the rest of this entry »

By Dr. Mani
Jul 27th, 2011

How My Biology Blog Landed Me My Dream Job

By Leslie Samuel
July 26th, 2011

Yeah, I know. It’s not what you want to hear about on a blog about Blogging and Entrepreneurship. Who comes here to know how to land a job? Isn’t the entrepreneurial dream never to have to work for anyone but yourself? Isn’t it all about working smart and not hard? Can you be an entrepreneur and still have a full Read the rest of this entry »

By Leslie Samuel
Jul 26th, 2011

Discover EXACTLY What Your Audience Wants With This Clever Google Analytics Hack

By Leslie Samuel
July 22nd, 2011

Are you a married man? I am! Happily married now for five years, one month, and seven days at the time that I’m sitting down to write this. In the five years of my very happy marriage, and my dating years that came before, it has become quite obvious to me that, in many situations, guys can’t read girls’ mindsRead the rest of this entry »

By Leslie Samuel
Jul 22nd, 2011

Blog Writing 101: How To Satisfy Readers And Deliver Top 10 Google Rankings

By Ana Hoffman
July 21st, 2011

My name is Ana Hoffman, and if I learned anything after many years of building an online empire, it’s this: the online business industry is a scary place. A place where many a mighty business owner has fallen.

Including me.

That’s right, I’ve had some online business flops in the past, until one day I realized that my business … Read the rest of this entry »

By Ana Hoffman
Jul 21st, 2011

What Does “Eating Frogs” Have To Do With Improving Your Productivity?

By Leevi Romanik
July 20th, 2011

This is a follow up to a previous article about beating procrastination, How To Beat Procrastination When You Don’t Know What To Do Next. This is a hot topic if you are running your own entrepreneurial business and largely responsible for getting things done. Combine this with the current online world with so many distractions being just a mouse … Read the rest of this entry »

By Leevi Romanik
Jul 20th, 2011

How To Be Happy – All The Time

By Dr. Mani
July 20th, 2011

Before writing this post, I was unhappy. A lot had happened in the hour since I woke up in the morning!

Then I said to myself, “If you’re going to write about always being happy, why not try out what you’re telling others to do?”

So I did. It worked. I felt happy.

And then, I sat down to write … Read the rest of this entry »

By Dr. Mani
Jul 20th, 2011

7 Blogging Tips You Can Apply Today

By Yaro Starak
July 19th, 2011

About a month ago I wrote an email to all the columnists on Entrepreneurs-Journey.com with some advice on how they could achieve more rewards from their writing on this blog and also some tips to improve performance of their articles.

As I was writing the email I realized much of the advice is good old fundamentals for successful blogging. I … Read the rest of this entry »

By Yaro Starak
Jul 19th, 2011

A Simple Tip To Raise Your Profile And Get You Lots Of Attention

By Neroli Makim
July 18th, 2011

Last week, I was asked a series of very interesting and valid questions by one our readers, Malik Mirza. Malik wanted to know about ways to deal with continuity and consistency, marketing and competition in blogging.

Because there’s such a wealth of experience among the different writers on this blog, I suggested asking some of the other … Read the rest of this entry »

By Neroli Makim
Jul 18th, 2011

3 Steps To Avert Disaster When Things Go Wrong

By Nacie Carson
July 14th, 2011

Sometimes, no matter how carefully you plan and prepare to execute a client engagement, things just go wrong. Big things, small things, crazy things, ridiculous things. Things just go wrong.

I know because ALL of the following have happened to me at some point over the last four years:

By Nacie Carson
Jul 14th, 2011

Is Email A Bigger Productivity Killer Than Marijuana? (UK Study Says Yes)

By Leevi Romanik
July 13th, 2011

Tim sits at his desk. He fidgets. He knows he has to get some work done, but he can’t. He is going to be in big trouble if he doesn’t. Oops, his mind wandered off again, quickly, back to the task at hand. He fidgets again. “Ohhh, this is so hard. I feel uncomfortable” his mind groans. He looks at … Read the rest of this entry »

By Leevi Romanik
Jul 13th, 2011

5 Effective Reading Strategies For The Busy Entrepreneur

By Dr. Mani
July 13th, 2011

Entrepreneurs are often curious, passionate workaholics. Yes, that’s a generalization – but often true.

We want to learn more about things – our business, our world, our customers, our industry, our marketplace, our technology and other stuff.

And we each have our preferred ways of staying up to date. Watching TV. Listening to the radio. Reading books. Subscribing to magazines. … Read the rest of this entry »

By Dr. Mani
Jul 13th, 2011

How Giving Away Something For Free Can Make You Money

By Dee Kumar
July 12th, 2011

It’s Dee Kumar here again with the third installment in my series on pricing your products. In the first article I talked about how to find the right price for your product. I gave you three of my preferred techniques, which received very good feedback from you, the readers. The second article focused on discounting strategies and explained why … Read the rest of this entry »

By Dee Kumar
Jul 12th, 2011

How Showing Vulnerability Makes You A Better Blogger

By Neroli Makim
July 11th, 2011

I have an ongoing fascination with how technology has changed the way we do business and affects how we connect and communicate, and this fascination was peaked after reading Yaro’s last article.

Having only started my adventure into this online world in the last two years, I’m always learning so much from reading the articles posted here. As I … Read the rest of this entry »

By Neroli Makim
Jul 11th, 2011

What Do Microsoft, Tim Ferriss, Donald Trump and Katy Perry Have In Common?

By Aziz Ali
July 8th, 2011

I know most of us will agree that Microsoft does not make the best products. Competitors with better products have smaller market share and less influence. The operating system market was monopolized by Windows for many years while Linux and Apple had single digit market share. (Of course today it’s different with Apple coming in strong with its Apple OSRead the rest of this entry »

By Aziz Ali
Jul 8th, 2011

How We Grew Our Fashion Accessories Business To Over A Million Dollars In Sales

By Christine Syquia
July 7th, 2011

As with any company, growth happens in stages, but especially a company with physical products. Research and development, sample making, marketing the product and perhaps even handling some of the preliminary sales are some of the stages of expansion.

However, with my handbag company charm and luck, to grow our business we realized we needed to find sales partners … Read the rest of this entry »

By Christine Syquia
Jul 7th, 2011

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