Tag: Internet Marketing

For the past 8 months, I’ve been talking with 20 of the top internet entrepreneurship minds in the world.

What started as a lofty project turned into the most thought-provoking, standard-shifting, and purpose-questioning learning experience of my life.

And today, I’m excited to share it with you.

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A business card to an entrepreneur is like a pair of running shoes to a runner.

You can make it by without them, but they’re one of the first tools you should get if you’re in it for the long run.

Before I designed and ordered my latest batch of business cards, I looked through hundreds of cards and read dozens of articles to figure out what to put on a business card.

I found nine essential elements of an effective business card.

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Think about the last thing you Googled. You were probably looking for the answer to a question, a product to buy, or a person to contact.

What you found was a series of links. Then those links took you to a web page. And that web page had an answer, a product, or an email form. This is otherwise known as content.

You want people to visit your website, right? People seek content. A blog is the best way to add content. So, you need a blog.

Still not convinced? Using a few stats and some eye-opening algebra, I’ll show you why your site needs a blog with tons of content.

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I know, I know. Your 3D friends aren’t the best source of traffic because they’re probably not interested in what you have to sell.

But, it’s still important for them to see your site. Why? Because they’re your friends. They already trust you and they want to know what you’re up to. Plus, they’re willing to introduce you to their friends, who will introduce you to their friends. And that’s how almost every website or business starts.

With that, here are five sneaky ways to get more traffic from your real-world friends without forcing it down their throat.

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I could never learn what I’m learning at college. They don’t teach it there, because it can’t be learned in that way.

That was a quote from the 2008 Young Inventor of the Year. A 15-year-old kid who invented a new way to splice optical fibers. And it’s true. The important things can’t be learned in business school or any other classroom for that matter.

So I made a list of 101 things I’ve learned through three years of being an internet entrepreneur. Learn them here but they won’t sink in until you try them yourself.

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