Mike Templeman

Mike Templeman

Writer, Entrepreneur, Husband, Father.
Mike Templeman is the CEO of Foxtail Marketing, a digital-content marketing firm specializing in B2B SaaS. He is passionate about tech, marketing and small business.  When not tapping away at his keyboard, he can be found spending time with his kids.
 

15 Recent Stories

How This Entrepreneur Convinced Steve Wozniak to Join His Company
Leadership

How This Entrepreneur Convinced Steve Wozniak to Join His Company

The founder of startup Fusio-io used a technique that is critical to every entrepreneur in the world but seldom mastered.
5 Tips from Entrepreneur Pros on Starting a Business
Starting a Business

5 Tips from Entrepreneur Pros on Starting a Business

Starting a business can be a challenge and often entrepreneurs need guidance in various areas. Here five established founders reveal their tips for getting a new business off the ground.
20 Reasons to Start Your Own Business
The 'Treps

20 Reasons to Start Your Own Business

Need a reason to start your own business? Here are 20 of them.
10 Marketing Tricks From the Pros
Marketing

10 Marketing Tricks From the Pros

These tips will give you an immediate boost in the ROI of your marketing efforts.
Identity Crisis -- Your Website Name Isn't Available
Marketing

Identity Crisis -- Your Website Name Isn't Available

An unhappy sign you really did come up with the perfect URL is somebody else registered it already. Here are three options for getting your good name back.
To Win a Startup Weekend, Get Excited, But Don't Talk Too Long
The 'Treps

To Win a Startup Weekend, Get Excited, But Don't Talk Too Long

A guy named Bubba explains showmanship, brevity and other secrets of mesmerizing investors, even if you have a plain name.
My Biggest Mistake: Relying on a Resume
Grow Your Business

My Biggest Mistake: Relying on a Resume

You have heard the saying, 'don't judge a book by its cover.' Here is why you shouldn't judge a person by her resume.
5 Tips for a Happy Entrepreneurial Life
Lifestyle

5 Tips for a Happy Entrepreneurial Life

Even with the freedom to pursue your passion or the opportunity to find success, entrepreneurs often face lows in their journey. Here are a few ways to remain happy.
My Biggest Mistake: One Size Doesn't Fit All
Leadership

My Biggest Mistake: One Size Doesn't Fit All

When it comes to leadership, different employees take to different approaches. Having a cookie-cutter strategy can lead to disaster and in this case, losing top talent.
My Biggest Mistake: Not Closely Examining the Numbers
The 'Treps

My Biggest Mistake: Not Closely Examining the Numbers

An entrepreneur discusses how he fell into the trap of equating revenue with profit.
My Biggest Mistake: Trusting the Wrong People
The 'Treps

My Biggest Mistake: Trusting the Wrong People

Often entrepreneurs are anxious to get their startup up and running but not taking the time to make sure all the ducks are all lined up can cause a major headache down the road.
My Biggest Mistake: Falling Into the 24/7 Trap
The 'Treps

My Biggest Mistake: Falling Into the 24/7 Trap

For our series My Biggest Mistake, the co-founder of GroSocial opens up about being completely consumed by his entrepreneurial endeavor and how that lifestyle had major consequences.
Innovation: Small Businesses Live It, Big Businesses Buy It
Starting a Business

Innovation: Small Businesses Live It, Big Businesses Buy It

Startups are constantly needing to innovate to stay alive in the dog-eat-dog world of entrepreneurship. Large corporations are taking notice and looking for opportunities to capitalize on new concepts
Congrats WhatsApp! Here Is How the Other 99% of Startups Get It Done
Starting a Business

Congrats WhatsApp! Here Is How the Other 99% of Startups Get It Done

WhatsApp is all over the news for its $19 billion deal with Facebook. But most startups won't make it to that caliber and that's okay. Here are a few tips on how to survive and thrive.
Getting the Sale Without Being a Sleazeball
Sales

Getting the Sale Without Being a Sleazeball

Sales representatives often get a bad rap for being too pushy and overbearing, but it doesn't have to be that way. Here are four ways to close a sale and not be a sleazeball.

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