Young Entrepreneurs Must Know How To Please The Google and Facebook Pay-Per-Click Gods

If you are a young entrepreneur starting out on the Internet and you’re considering using pay-per-click (PPC) advertising, there are rules you need to know about! Check out this blog post by my mentor Ann Sieg for details on how you can please the Google and Facebook PPC gods so your ads get approved and…

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Promote Yourself First Cause You’re Awesome!

Promote yourself first!  Why?  Because you’re awesome!  Duh One of the biggest mistakes people make when starting out on the Internet is trying to actively promote products or services, whether they be affiliate products or Network Marketing opportunities, before promoting themselves. Why is this a terrible idea?  Because you want your prospects to get to…

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Happy Valentines Day? How a cheesy Hallmark holiday can positively impact your Internet business.

Happy Valentines Day! Really?  Am I serious?  I’m not usually one to get all caught up in these cheesy sort of wannabe holidays, but here I am wishing you and everyone a very Happy Valentines Day. Wow I must be losing it.   Or..could it be that I’m actually onto something here? This morning I received…

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Young, Underemployed and Optimistic

Coming of Age, Slowly In a Tough Economy Or as Gawker puts it Sorry Young People: You’ll Probably Never Earn Enough To ‘Lead the Life You Want’ A new report out this week from Pew Research Center backs up what most of us already know; that young people are going to have a really rough…

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Ann Sieg’s Success Tip To Reinforce A Leadership Mindset

Just got home from my working vacation in Kauai and saw that my mentor and inspiration for becoming a successful online entrepreneur, Ann Sieg, recently posted a video detailing some simple yet highly effective success tips. After watching the video, I thought to myself, “shit, am I doing anything like this?” Luckily I am!  But…

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Good job news met with optimism, skepticism

As unemployment slowly recedes, hope is tempered by many still looking for work. More news out this week about the economy and the job market.  As always the latest numbers can be perceived as a negative or a positive. http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/46272004/#.Ty7XpXE_fKI How is the job market affecting young people and specifically college grads?  That’s the scoop…

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