Entrepreneur and Connector
An entrepreneur and connector, John Rampton is the managing editor of search-engine marketing news site
Search Engine Journal and founder of Palo Alto, Calif.-based Adogy, a marketing company specializing in helping startups. He also serves as an advisor to several startups in Silicon Valley.
Finding a person with solid skills who is the right fit for you and your team is a challenge but here is how to do it.
Whether you are looking for inspiration, practical advice or insight, there is more than one book offering exactly that.
Whatever you've succeeded at or failed trying, somebody you respect said has something worth listening to on the topic.
There is much more to social media than Facebook and Twitter.
Work From Home
No matter how successful you are, people will wonder if you're really working.
Sales is the original equal opportunity job. Anyone who is gregarious, diligent and resourceful can succeed.
Staring out the window at work? Little too much time on social media? The hours won't drag when you fill them making a some extra money.
Everyone is freeto become an entrepreneur but it seems some people really never had an alternative.
Everybody is scared to leave their cozy job and nobody starts a business with enough money. Overcoming those worries is what makes an entrepreneur.
Maybe being an entrepreneur is in your DNA but, even if it's not, it's in your power to succeed at it.
If you know in your heart you want to be an entrepreneur, weigh carefully whether the value of college outweighs the debt you'll carry when you graduate.
It's as hard to avoid borrowing money as it is to make it when you're getting started, but both are possible.
Success is never guaranteed but when we get the basics right, it is much more likely.
If it all sounds familiar by number six, stop reading and get busy on LinkedIn.
What's the point in losing money on purpose? Here are some telltale clues that your business is not a sound proposition.
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