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Your Favorite Websites! Before They Were Famous [Infographic]

Here’s a little thing I threw together last night. I used google and archive.org to pull up old pages of some of my favorite websites. It’s interesting to see how far they’ve come. In the “Sources” section I went on a little rant about the state of Blogosphere. Mainly pointing out the ridiculous things that pass for […]

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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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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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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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Is It Better To Have 100 Die Hard Fans, or 900 Fans + 100 Die Hards?

Getting to use hot pink font for a Bruce Willis picture? Priceless. 🙂 This questions came up during a discussion between myself and one of my favorite people in the whole world, Dan Cristo. At first glance, the answer may seam obvious. Why wouldn’t you want 1000 fans, some of whom are Die Hards, and […]

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Apple. The True Pirate of Silicon Valley

Ever noticed how Apple tends to sue a lot of companies for various things including patent infringement? Turns out, that’s their business model! Apple isn’t just a computer and gadget company, in fact they have never been just a computer and gadget company. This button to the left was given out to people at Silicon Valley […]

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We Live In a Different World Now

People tweet pictures of their Credi Cards. Did you know that? No really…they do. See? I’ve done some research based on a hunch, and it’s always young people doing this. Which makes sense….Digital Immigrants like most folks in their 30s or 40s (and older), would NEVER do this. But young folk? Young folk do. Why? […]

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Mastering the Value Proposition with @dancristo

People are largely motivated by values. Values -of course- are the levels of importance people place on things. For example… I made the decision to buy my car because of the mix of values (cost, brand, reliability, proximity to dealership, aesthetic appeal, etc.) I was evaluating at the time I went car shopping. The role […]

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