John Rampton

John Rampton

Entrepreneur and Connector

John Rampton is an entrepreneur, investor, online marketing guru and startup enthusiast. He is founder of the online invoicing company Due. John is best known as an entrepreneur and connector. He was recently named #3 on Top 50 Online Influencers in the World by Entrepreneur Magazine and has been one of the Top 10 Most Influential PPC Experts in the World for the past three years. He currently advises several companies in the San Francisco Bay area.

16 Tips for Living a Happy Life Starting Right Now
Happiness

16 Tips for Living a Happy Life Starting Right Now

Gratitude, a generous spirit and goals to work toward are the foundation of lifelong happiness. It's all within reach.
10 Ways to Grow Leaders in Your Business
Leadership

10 Ways to Grow Leaders in Your Business

Founders need lieutenants they can trust to help grow their businesses. The best way to find them is to train them yourself.
4 Differences Between Solopreneurs and an Entrepreneur Working Alone
Entrepreneurs

4 Differences Between Solopreneurs and an Entrepreneur Working Alone

It isn't unusual for an entrepreneur to single-handedly launch a business. Solopreneurs won't have it any other way.
Follow These 25 CMOs to Learn How to Build Your Brand on Twitter
Twitter Marketing

Follow These 25 CMOs to Learn How to Build Your Brand on Twitter

Twitter is a uniquely personal marketing medium these CMOs have mastered. Read their tweets to see how branding gets done.
5 Tips for Keeping Your Day Job While Launching Your Own Business
Entrepreneurs

5 Tips for Keeping Your Day Job While Launching Your Own Business

You want to give your new company your entire focus but few people can afford to abruptly give up their paycheck.
12 Ways to Eat Healthy No Matter How Busy You Are
Personal Health

12 Ways to Eat Healthy No Matter How Busy You Are

Resist the temptation to skip meals and rely on processed snacks to get through the work day. Sound nutrition is essential for staying sharp.
10 Tips for Finding and Hiring a Top Developer
Websites

10 Tips for Finding and Hiring a Top Developer

Developers are in demand and hard to find but with patience and a well-considered process, you'll assemble the team you need.
9 Practices at Home and Work That Increase Productivity
Productivity

9 Practices at Home and Work That Increase Productivity

Increasing productivity has less to do with working longer hours than staying more focused and inspiring your team.
25 Tips for Earning Customer Loyalty
Customer Loyalty

25 Tips for Earning Customer Loyalty

Whatever your business, keeping your customers happy is your real job.
40 Email Subject Lines Research Shows Your Subscribers Can't Resist
Email

40 Email Subject Lines Research Shows Your Subscribers Can't Resist

Email is a highly effective online marketing tool, if the recipient opens and reads it. The subject line makes all the difference.
6 Benefits for You and Your Community From Supporting Local Entrepreneurs
Entrepreneurs

6 Benefits for You and Your Community From Supporting Local Entrepreneurs

Locally owned businesses give communities a unique character but those businesses need loyal customers to survive.
Why VCs Don't Sign NDAs and You Shouldn't Worry About It
Pitching investors

Why VCs Don't Sign NDAs and You Shouldn't Worry About It

Nondisclosure agreements are not the magic cloak many entrepreneurs imagine and often are simply counterproductive.
The 3 Steps to Marketing Success in 2015
Marketing

The 3 Steps to Marketing Success in 2015

All signs point to the growing importance of social media, email and mobile devices for effective marketing.
4 Basics for Making the Move From Corporate Job to Entrepreneur
Startup Basics

4 Basics for Making the Move From Corporate Job to Entrepreneur

It takes passion to leave a steady gig for the uncertainties of your own business but making the move successfully requires some level-headed strategy.
Avoid These 8 Toxic Trademark Mistakes
Legal Center

Avoid These 8 Toxic Trademark Mistakes

With a little creatiivity and attention to detail you can protect your own trademarks but the key is to be thorough.
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