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Client Proposals Simplified: Interview With Founder Of Nusii, Nathan Powell
Sep22

Client Proposals Simplified: Interview With Founder Of Nusii, Nathan Powell

Nusii is proposal software that lets design professionals spend more time doing the actual work that brings in money.

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What Do SEO And Rome Have In Common? Startup Founder Thomas Nolan Explains
May28

What Do SEO And Rome Have In Common? Startup Founder Thomas Nolan Explains

Thomas Nolan is proof that the reputation Midwesterners have of being a down-to-earth, straight talking, hard working bunch is much deserved. (Full disclosure: I hail from Illinois and undoubtedly carry some bias here.) He’s built a digital marketing agency from scratch, in the face of a bleak economy…

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This Is How You Lead: Les Lopez, Founder Of Finally Dance
May14

This Is How You Lead: Les Lopez, Founder Of Finally Dance

It takes a lot more than two to tango. It takes dancers, and musicians, and instructors, and more instructors – and it wouldn’t hurt if an international coalition of agencies, researchers, and doctors came together and tried to find a cure for WMH (white man’s hip). I say this as someone who loves…

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Grabbing Marketing By The Foxtail: Interview With Founder Michael Templeman
Apr24

Grabbing Marketing By The Foxtail: Interview With Founder Michael Templeman

Ah, how good it must feel when the first $250 million dollar company contracts your services. After all, the big dollars up for grabs in online marketing means that businesses have many options to choose from – from uber expensive agencies to DIY and low-cost automated solutions. So, what seals the deal…

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InList Founder, Gideon Kimbrell: Paranoia Is Necessary
Mar25

InList Founder, Gideon Kimbrell: Paranoia Is Necessary

I was taught that paranoia is necessary. A former CEO I worked beside handed down tips from the book “Only the Paranoid Survive,” which have stayed with me over the years. Assume anything you build will fail, assume there are flaws, assume people will leave eventually, and assume everyone make mistakes…

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