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.
With diligent attention to the tricks of the online business trade, smaller businesses can climb to that coveted first spot on the search page.
Dreams are both the essence of restful sleep and a powerful tool for cultivating self awareness.
Content done well can transcend the normal trappings of branding to develop something more like an authentic company personality.
Getting you business noticed online boils done to being the among the first few listings on the first page of Google search. Getting there is mostly a matter of working at it.
Starting a business is stressful in the best circumstances. Doing it without any income is far from the best circumstance.
Super success does not require super powers, just a very sharp application of the qualities everyone could have.
Knowing the basics reassures potential investors and earns the respect of the techies you need to join your team.
You're already running the gauntlet. Quit telling yourself you're going to trip.
What makes Uber's app and business model so ingenius is its perfect fit to an enormous, established market.
Zuckerberg recently told the United Nations every person is entitled to the economic, social and political benefits of Internet access.
Everyone with an idea and an Internet connection has the opportunity to build a successful online business.
Growing your following on social media requires being methodical, not magical.
If you think of that first great insight as just the starting point, you won't give up on it when at first it doesn't succeed.
Nobody cares how hard you work. People only care how much you get done.
Wearing a hoodie to the office every day won't make you a billionaire but working 100-hour weeks for life will improve you odds.
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