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Vetting Your Investors: Four Things Every Entrepreneur Needs To Know Before Accepting Funding
Oct01

Vetting Your Investors: Four Things Every Entrepreneur Needs To Know Before Accepting Funding

Before you sign off on the deal, make sure you know the answers to…

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Dave Nevogt: 10 Years Of Experience Founding Online Companies
Jan14

Dave Nevogt: 10 Years Of Experience Founding Online Companies

Dave Nevogt is a co-founder of Hubstaff, a time tracking software for remote teams. Hubstaff allows managers to see time spent on projects, screenshots, activity levels, in-depth reports, and timesheets. Dave has been founding online companies since 2004 with his first success coming at 23, two years after…

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How To Use Social Media To Make Real-World Connections
Nov26

How To Use Social Media To Make Real-World Connections

How can you link up for coffee with someone who you’ve only connected with on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn? According to an Academia.edu study, there is a tremendous connection between your online and offline relationships. According to their findings, “the average American has 634 ties in their overall…

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12 Tips For Pitching The Press
Nov21

12 Tips For Pitching The Press

The best thing to do when pitching the press is to tie in your current pitch idea with a topic that is already hot in the media. Media outlets want to get the most viewership possible, so they like to ride popular stories as long as they can. This tactic especially works when you can tie a celebrity into…

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3 Ways To Turn Off An Angel
Nov20

3 Ways To Turn Off An Angel

For some people, angel investors are the only conceivable way of raising the funds required to turn a business idea into a living, breathing reality. Most people only ever pitch to an angel investor the once – so it’s important to get things right at the first time of asking. Often there is no second chance…

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