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Message Scheduling

Hi everyone, this is Ryan Allis, CEO of iContact. A lot of great things have happened in the past few months that I can’t wait to share with you in future posts. Over the past several months, I’ve given some advice about a variety of techniques to improve your email marketing strategies, and I’m excited [...]

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Home-Based 100 winners mentioned in New York Times

Just wanted to tip my hat to two 2007 Home-Based 100 winners that were mentioned in the New York Times yesterday by columnist David Pogue. The featured Home-Based 100 winners were: Larry Murphy’s Murphy Outdoors Catherine and Steve Simms’ Whiner and Diner They were used as shining examples of how you can set up a [...]

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Amazon: What’s All The Hubub, Bub?

Hi gang, This is the first of a 2 part series about Amazon and eBay.  I’m going to talk about each sites positives and negatives from a large sellers point of view. Please keep in mind that I am a dvd, cd, book, and video game seller – your experience may vary.  Side effects include nausea, [...]

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The time is NOW to get your business online

As you know, at StartupNation we’re all about helping you make progress and get stuff done easier and more effectively as an entrepreneur. Well, this week marks a milestone for entrepreneurs who’ve been wondering when’s the right time to finally get their business online with a solid website and a comprehensive online strategy. That time [...]

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If he can sing opera, you can start a business

I recently saw a video at YouTube showing a socially awkward, British mobile telephone salesman singing his heart out. My first reaction, like so many of the other 20,000,000 people who downloaded the video, was goosebumps. Here’s the video of you want to watch it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9e8mh2cUlbs It dawned on me after the second time playing the video that if [...]

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