Andrew Medal

Andrew Medal

Serial Entrepreneur, Digital Strategist, Web Designer, Author, Volunteer

Andrew Medal is a street geek and entrepreneur. He is the founder of web and mobile development shop, Agent Beta, amongst a handful of other startups. Recently, he's been helping the California Education Department solve the student and job problem through technology. 

He volunteers inside prison institutions with the Last Mile Project, where he teaches inmates how to become entrepreneurs (he also designed its site). Join his Facebook Group of more than 10,000 other entrepreneurs (including Noah Kagan), where they talk, strategize and share tips about being entrepreneurs, by requesting an invite here.

20 Pieces of Seasoned Advice Strictly for Young Entrepreneurs
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20 Pieces of Seasoned Advice Strictly for Young Entrepreneurs

Take heed, and learn from an experienced entrepreneur.
The Fake Uber for Dog Poop App Is Taking a Dump on Your Brand
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The Fake Uber for Dog Poop App Is Taking a Dump on Your Brand

This prank actually packed a pungent punch.
Why Local Businesses Should Pay Extra Attention to Google Maps
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Why Local Businesses Should Pay Extra Attention to Google Maps

Want to score more web traffic and in-person visits? Better start promoting your business on Maps.
Keep It 100 Percent Real, and You Can Have It All
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Keep It 100 Percent Real, and You Can Have It All

How I scored speaking gigs, press and community by just being myself.
Neuromarketing: The Science, Art and Opportunity
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Neuromarketing: The Science, Art and Opportunity

Neuromarketing providers use neuroscience methods to measure consumers' neurological reactions to products, commercials and brands.
The Shark Tank Effect: This Entrepreneur 'Felt' the Power of the Show
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The Shark Tank Effect: This Entrepreneur 'Felt' the Power of the Show

Tomer Alpert dishes on his experience pitching his startup on the popular TV show.
A Short Primer on How the Web Works
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A Short Primer on How the Web Works

We all use this thing called the internet every day, but many of us probably don't understand the mechanics behind it.
Goodbye 'Growth Hacking.' Hello Neuromarketing.
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Goodbye 'Growth Hacking.' Hello Neuromarketing.

Neuromarketing is not new, but has recently become even more widely adopted by larger brands, such as Pepsi, eBay and Daimler.
When You Should Hire a Creative Agency, and How to Maximize Your Investment
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When You Should Hire a Creative Agency, and How to Maximize Your Investment

Creative agencies come up with concepts and strategies to help brands develop creative voices and stand out via commercials, print ads, events, online engagement and more.
8 Rule-Bending Travel Hacks That Help You Fly Like a Boss
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8 Rule-Bending Travel Hacks That Help You Fly Like a Boss

A newly nomadic entrepreneur shares his tips to be more comfortable without spending that much more.
Forget Your Degree. Start a Business.
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Forget Your Degree. Start a Business.

Surprisingly, 'The History of Domesticated Animals' won't provide any real value to most people in their careers.
10 Nerd-Gasmic Life Hacks
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10 Nerd-Gasmic Life Hacks

Here are some of my favorite shortcuts, some of which were crowdsourced from a group of entrepreneurs on Facebook.
5 Advantages Young Entrepreneurs Have Over Older Counterparts
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5 Advantages Young Entrepreneurs Have Over Older Counterparts

Sometimes, a lack of experience could be a good thing.
How Muay Thai Kickboxers Embody the Soul of Entrepreneurs
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How Muay Thai Kickboxers Embody the Soul of Entrepreneurs

One risks economic and emotional hardship. The other risks a swift kick to the face.