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How Does An 18-Year-Old Become An Academic Publisher To Build A 70 Person Business with Bassim Hamadeh


What does it take to become an entrepreneur at 18? 18, is a magic number for many. It is the sweet moment of becoming a legal adult. For Bassim Hamadeh, 18 was about becoming CEO of his academic publishing business. While others were only complaining about an inefficient […]

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How To Build A Business And Sell It For $20 Million with Nellie Akalp


What does it take to become a successful serial entrepreneur? Nellie Akalp is a serial entrepreneur.  Nellie started MyCorporation in 1997, a business that helps entrepreneurs start a business. By 2005 her business had a gross revenue of $1 million in sales a month.  MyCorporation was sold […]

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How To Make More Than $10 Million With Voices – David Ciccarelli CEO of


What does it take to build a $10 million business? David Ciccarelli is the co-founder of which is the online marketplace that connects business people with professional voice over talent. Listen to this interview to learn how you: Buy a premier domain name such as […]

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Underachiever to $50 Million Business – An Interview with Stellcom CEO Mark Fackler


What does it take to build a $50 million business? How do you go from being an underachiever to the CEO of a company with $50 million in revenue? Mark Fackler, the founder and CEO of Stellcom, started out as an underachiever yet managed to build a […]

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How To Go From Zero to $1.5 Million In Less Than A Year – with Todd Garland Founder of BuySellAds


How to build a marketplace for publishers and advertisers? Todd Garland is the founder of BuySellAds, the marketplace for online advertisers. Todd was an early employee at Hubspot. As a one man show, Todd grew BuySellAds to $1.5 million in 11-months. He did it without spending zero […]

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5 Simple Steps To Crush Your Online Competition


You can’t deny it. Your online competitors are out to get you. In 1995 it was enough to have a website. In 2005 it was enough to have a well optimized site with your keywords in the right places. Today, you have to hustle. Step 1 – […]

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Help A Reporter Out (HARO) Founder Shares His Entrepreneurial Story


Peter Shankman is best known for founding Help A Reporter Out (HARO). HARO is currently the largest free source repository in the world, sending out over 1,500 queries from worldwide media each week. HARO’s tagline, “Everyone is an Expert at Something”, proves over and over again to […]

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9 Ways to Make WordPress Do Wonders for Your Business


WordPress is by far the most popular blogging platform available today. One of the reasons it is so widespread is because it is easy to use. However, that does not mean that once you install it and start adding posts that your work is done. Making your […]

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How to Get Writers Think Like Entrepreneurs – with Beth Barany


What does it take to be a writer entrepreneur? Beth Barany works with genre novelists one-on-one and in groups to help them write, publish, and market their books. She’s done so in two of her favorite places in the world (so far): the San Francisco Bay Area […]

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One Surprising Fact Every Entrepreneur Must Know About SEO


I am shocked how many people ask about SEO. People call, email, or ask me in person. So, George, “How do we get ranked number one for – whatever random keyword they dreamed up -”? When someone asks me that question I feel like the person is […]

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