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More Entrepreneurial love, and VOTE for StartupNation.

Hey, speaking of love (see yesterday’s blog post), there has been a conversation going on in the StartupNation community about how music inspires us and is a necessary arrow in the entrepreneurial quiver. We’re dangerously close to launching a new StartupNation Community Podcast that will feature people and conversations happening in the StartupNation community. One [...]

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Best small business marketing blog? Show StartupNation some love!!

We’ve been nominated! MarketingSherpa, the extremely popular (their articles land in StartupNation email inboxes on a furiously regular basis) and powerful online marketing resource has included the StartupNation blog in their Reader’s Choice Awards 2006. Vote for us! But make sure you do it by midnight ET Monday June 26 when the polls close. (insert [...]

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How can you help an entrepreneur? Plan more weddings!

45 days until my wedding. I have learned a great deal about many things during this wedding planning phase of my life. The results of which will likely spawn blog fodder for years to come. One of the things that I love about planning a wedding is that you are constantly engaging with entrepreneurs. The [...]

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Southwest Airlines Ticket Winner #3!

AND THE 3RD WINNER IS… Our congratulations go to contestbill! You are our 3rd lucky entrepreneur to win two free round trip tickets on Southwest Airlines through our "Work Hard. Play Harder." Contest. contestbill is a new StartupNation community member as of this month. We love having you in the StartupNation community and are looking [...]

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A small business wrestling with software

I hate my computer today. There’s this new analytics software, you see. And it’s super great, I mean, way better than the Google Analytics that we’ve been using. Well, I should say that it’s super-great on Chuck’s computer. All it does to mine is render every other program I have running useless. There’s no reasonable [...]

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