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Matthew McCreary is the associate editor for contributed content at Entrepreneur.com.
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In a bizarrely effective marketing campaign, the cult-favorite writer refused to disclose anything about the short story he was selling and gave away unrelated '90s action figures with changeable arms. His more-than-400,000 Twitter followers ran with the joke, and somehow it all makes perfect sense.
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Starting a business requires capital and time. These strategies can help you use your limited time and resources to build your bread and start your business while hanging on to the security of your 9 to 5.
Everything you need to know about how to start a business.