Archive for September, 2011

 

Can Your Online Business Survive Without You?

By Dr. Mani
September 29th, 2011

“The strange thing is that everyday, we see people dying – but don’t actually believe we will.” – Anonymous

We read about it in the newspapers. We hear it on the news. We see it on television. Sudden, unexpected death. Caused by accidents, disasters, and disease.

Yet until it strikes close to home, we tend to filter it out through … Read the rest of this entry »

By Dr. Mani
Sep 29th, 2011

Blog Mastermind Closing Forever This Friday (Plus A Story About Video Games, Magic And Skating)

By Yaro Starak
September 28th, 2011

When I was about 5 years old I discovered my first love – video games.

It all began with a nintendo entertainment system. There was nothing more important in my life at the time than Super Mario Brothers.

My passion grew as I grew, going from nintendo to the sega master system, to the mega drive, the super … Read the rest of this entry »

By Yaro Starak
Sep 28th, 2011

8 Low Cost Tips To Increase Your Publicity In The Fashion Industry

By Christine Syquia
September 28th, 2011

I owned a handbag company in the fashion industry and the one constant in my life was the issue of press – did we have enough of it?

Once we started receiving press, we were forever focused on getting more. Almost as important as designs, sales and delivering the goods on time, is the issue of publicity. You can … Read the rest of this entry »

By Christine Syquia
Sep 28th, 2011

3 Ways To Make $100,000 Online Selling Your Own Product

By Leevi Romanik
September 27th, 2011

How To Create A Product That Sells Part Two

This article will talking about refining your niche, becoming an expert and the blueprint for making $100K a year from your own information product.

Last week we talked about market research and finding a “who” to sell to:

Part 1: How To Create A Product That Sells

I gave an example … Read the rest of this entry »

By Leevi Romanik
Sep 27th, 2011

What Can A Falafel Truck Teach Us About How To Do Business?

By Bryan Clark
September 26th, 2011

My name is Bryan Clark and I am a professional writer and blog editor in the tech, entrepreneurship, finance and digital lifestyle fields. I have written before for Entrepreneurs Journey in 2007 and I’m happy to say I am back with a new column starting today.

In this article I will talk about what is needed to produce a quality … Read the rest of this entry »

By Bryan Clark
Sep 26th, 2011

How I Find And Hire A-Grade Employees

By Ken Sundheim
September 25th, 2011

Although this is not the most original topic to write on, it is one of the most mistake-ridden topics on entrepreneurship writing. I’ve seen many without the right qualifications attempt to give advice.

Recruiting for an entrepreneur is exceedingly tough, as entrepreneurs don’t think like job seekers. Where entrepreneurs find excitement, job seekers find something overwhelming and scary. When … Read the rest of this entry »

By Ken Sundheim
Sep 25th, 2011

How To Create A Product That Sells

By Leevi Romanik
September 21st, 2011

This four part series on creating your own information product will start with addressing a vital starting point with product creation: creating a product that will sell.

In other words, creating a product that has a hungry audience.

You can have the best quality information product in the world, but if you are the only one interested in “Advanced … Read the rest of this entry »

By Leevi Romanik
Sep 21st, 2011

The Top 7 Social Engagement Plugins To Drive Free Traffic To Your Blog

By Ana Hoffman
September 19th, 2011

The very survival of any blog lies in the hands of its readership. No readership, no blog; I am sure we can all agree on that.

There are numerous ways you can cultivate an active community around your blog that goes way beyond simple traffic generation.

After all, who wants the kind of traffic that comes and leaves to … Read the rest of this entry »

By Ana Hoffman
Sep 19th, 2011

What Is B2B And Why Choose This Business Model For Your Startup?

By Ken Sundheim
September 13th, 2011

Last week, in part one of the B2B versus B2C series, I explained there are several reasons as to why entrepreneurs should venture into “B2B” (“Business to Business”) service based companies as opposed to any form of “B2C” (“Business to Consumer”) company, “B2B” product-oriented company or strictly a web-based B2B firm. I outlined the disadvantages and advantages for the first-time … Read the rest of this entry »

By Ken Sundheim
Sep 13th, 2011

3 Keys To Find Your Creative Flow

By Neroli Makim
September 10th, 2011

During a recent, fairly random project, I had so many interesting insights that relate to the business tips we write about on this blog, I decided to write this week’s post about them.

I’ll describe the project I was working on, the process I went through, and then discuss how failure was imperative to my success, and the three key Read the rest of this entry »

By Neroli Makim
Sep 10th, 2011

Which Is The Best Business Model For Your Startup – B2B Or B2C?

By Ken Sundheim
September 8th, 2011

Choosing the right business to start is something that nobody can tell you except yourself. Seeking the advice of others is simply confusing and is a waste of time. Ask ten business owners what they think as to which business to start and you’ll probably end up with fifteen different ideas because answering the Golden Question of Entrepreneurship often proves … Read the rest of this entry »

By Ken Sundheim
Sep 8th, 2011

Are You Making These 3 Common Conversion Testing Mistakes With Your Sales Copy?

By Leevi Romanik
September 7th, 2011

Copywriting 101: How To Refine Your Sales Letter

In previous articles I led you through how to construct a sales page. From the heading, presenting your offer with body copy, and then rounding off the sales process with your guarantee and calls to action:

Part 1: How To Nail A Killer Headline

Part 2: How To Nail Read the rest of this entry »

By Leevi Romanik
Sep 7th, 2011

Email Marketing Case Study: How I Generated $40,000 In Sales Without Annoying My Subscribers

By Yaro Starak
September 6th, 2011

As you may know, I currently spend every day in hospital with my mother while she recovers from a stroke. We are in month four now.

The good news is that she is improving each day, but we have a long way to go. You can find ongoing updates at her blog including more detailed reports. Thank you again for … Read the rest of this entry »

By Yaro Starak
Sep 6th, 2011

How To Get Your Web Page Listed In Google In 6 Easy Steps

By Sunil
September 2nd, 2011

One of the most common frustrations website and blog owners face, particularly those who are new to the space, is to get their pages indexed or listed on search engines quickly.

Because of the amount of spam and saturation on the Internet, it takes a website or blog longer to get included in search engine search results today than … Read the rest of this entry »

By Sunil
Sep 2nd, 2011

James Klobasa Reveals His Strategies For A Surefire Product Launch Success

By Neroli Makim
September 1st, 2011

As promised, this week you’re being treated to an interview with James Klobasa, a product launch specialist who has a gift for getting his clients great results.

Press play to begin watching the interview…

Some of the results James has achieved for his clients during their launches in recent months include, $103,000 in five days, $127,000 in Read the rest of this entry »

By Neroli Makim
Sep 1st, 2011

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