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Show ‘em the Love

Is it just me, or have you noticed that a lot of the people you talk to these days are in a bad mood? A big part of public relations is spreading a positive message about a specific product, service or business. But recently, I’ve noticed that a lot of business owners, fellow public-relations people [...]

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Invention of the Week #10: Possible Solution to Marital Bliss

This week’s featured invention is “DoubleUps For Beds” from inventor Kevin Robke who uses our invention commercialization partner, Invention Home, to help him find marketing/licensing opportunities for his invention. Kevin may just have the solution to marital bliss with DoubleUps. As he says, “say goodbye to sheet competition!” An improvement on traditional sheets, DoubleUps for [...]

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Robert Kiyosaki Interview-Part 2

On Tuesday, you heard from Robert Kiyosaki, investor, entrepreneur and author of The New York Times, international bestselling book, “Rich Dad Poor Dad,” with 26 books in the Rich Dad series. Here is the continuation of our interview: What main pieces of advice do you have for entrepreneurs and new investors today? I would say [...]

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Exclusive Interview with Rich Dad’s Robert Kiyosaki

Recently, I met Robert Kiyosaki, and he agreed to offer his advice to the StartupNation audience. Robert is the author of The New York Times, international bestselling book, “Rich Dad Poor Dad,” with 26 books in the Rich Dad series. As an investor, entrepreneur and educator with unconventional perspectives on money and investing, he has [...]

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What You Can Learn from SuperBowl.com

Want your customers to LOVE your website? Then check out SuperBowl.com. There are many things to admire about the site, and just as many things to learn that you can leverage in your small business website to more successfully connect with, engage and thrill your site visitors. What you can learn from SuperBowl.com: Building Suspense [...]

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