Archive | July, 2012

3 Innovations to Landing Page Design for Online Webinars

Triberr is the only platform that sells Webinars like this, that I’m aware of. We have 3 elements in our Webinar landing pages that are kind of unusual, and I’d like to share them with you and explain why we do what we do. Comments Comments on a regular blog post = typical. Comments on a landing […]

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How To Sell Online

All I hear from people is how hard it is to make money selling shit online. I find the opposite to be the case. I find it very easy to sell online. In fact, DIYBloggerNET just might be the highest converting blog in the Blogosphere. DIYB was the catalyst for Triberr, and to this day, […]

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This Is Why Bloggers Are Broke

Marketing. Most bloggers lack basic marketing skills (Sorry, guys, but it’s true). They’ve never built a real brand, brought a product to market, or studied the mind of a consumer.  They’ve got a blog, but it isn’t making money, and now you know why. Now here’s what you can do about it… Build Your Brand […]

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How to Use Running to Inspire Creativity for Your Business

Looking for inspiration for that next big idea or blog post? Look no further than out your front door. Just a half hour of exercise can boost creativity for hours. The science behind creative magic proves it. So, fire up your favorite Pandora station, lace up your running shoes, and go! Here’s why exercise, specifically […]

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MythBusting the Blogosphere [Webinar Recording]

You blog your ass off. You’re a social media power user. You put all the right keywords in your posts. Yet you still can’t get any attention in today’s Blogosphere…why? We answer the why in this hour long webinar. What is covered? Everything you need to know to bust all the myths of the blogosphere […]

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How to Prevent Hackers From Taking Over Your Facebook Account

If you’re using Facebook or any other online platform, you can be a potential target for hackers. Everyone is at risk including web experts, just read what happened to Danny Brown (well-known blogger and VP at Jugnoo, Inc.) who was the victim of malicious hackers on his Facebook account on July 14th. Fortunately, there are […]

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Lowering Transaction Cost for Bloggers

Transaction Cost is at the heart of everything. Every disruptive technology starts with the marriage of disparate ideas, which then produce a technology that ultimately lowers the cost of individual transactions for its users. Examples throughout history abound. Scribe, by Hand Many centuries ago, religious types would spend months, sometimes years, transcribing ancient texts. And then Johannes Gutenberg invented the Printing […]

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Need A Quick 18 Million? Start A Social Network

Mashable just reported that NextDoor, a San Fran startup building a location based social network, raised $18.6 million this week in funding. What is a “location based social network”, you ask? Well, NextDoor is basically Facebook for neighborhoods. You create a group for your neighborhood, and only your neighbors can join. Is a social network for […]

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