Thoughts on Buying and Selling Internet Businesses
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  • The Entrepreneur’s Guide To An Easier Life

    So much has already been said about the stress of being an entrepreneur – from the relentless compulsion towards happiness at all cost to the bar that’s always raised just out of reach. And when one of the high-profile among us starts to show cracks from the pressure, what’s the story that gets told over and over again? The story of a life lived in overdrive. Often, as humans we’re encouraged to celebrate that force.

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  • Is Your Customer Acquisition Strategy Optimized?

    Whether you’re growing a business or looking to acquire one, it’s not uncommon these days to have a well-spring of value sitting around untapped - customer data. In this age of big-data, we have access to an incredible amount of information. And we know we should use it. It’s like falling water. Unless you put some mechanics in place to capture and convert that energy, its power flows away unharnessed.

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  • What You Need to Know About Copywriting That Boosts Conversions

    Is your web copy attention-grabbing without being obnoxious? Does it ooze probity and trustworthiness while still keeping readers scrolling down the page and converting? If conversions are sluggish, the culprit could be your copywriting.

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  • Is it Time to Join the Subscription Revolution?

    In case you haven’t heard the news, recurring revenue is where it’s at. From SaaS apps to exercise bikes, from Amazon’s “Subscribe and Save” to streaming services and prepared meals, we seem to be in the middle of a shift when it comes to online business. Several shifts, actually.

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  • Ryan Daniel Moran Shares His Advice After An 8-Figure Exit

    Every business’ essential role in the world is the same – to create value. Or, as Peter Thiel put it, to create value for its customers or the world at large & then capture a percentage of that value.

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  • Can You Still Bootstrap a Startup In 2018?

    Last year, “the end of the startup era” began appearing online. It’s tempting to believe but you can still bootstrap a business despite the struggle.

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  • These Financial Metrics are Critical When Valuing a Business

    When records are well kept, every decision a business owner makes is quantified and etched permanently into its financials. Learn to read those financials properly, and you can trace the story of a business not only back through its past but also forward into the future.

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  • Seven Tools to Maximize the Value of Your Email List

    Email is the bane of my existence, so I was relieved to hear Mike Jackness in the podcast talk about his hatred for it. Which, as it turns out, makes him really really good at it: Look at some of these stats: Across his ecommerce companies, Mike has achieved open rates of 28-32%. Email drives […]

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  • How to Use Marketing Intelligence To Drastically Lower Your CPA

    Few things are more complex in online business right now than paid advertising. Social, search, top of funnel, bottom of funnel, new platforms, lookalike audiences, long-tail keywords, branded keywords. For a business owner, it can feel like several full-time jobs to keep up with it all.

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  • Here’s What Harvard Teaches About Buying a Small Business

    What predicts entrepreneurial success? Like many, I’m enamored by the classic entrepreneur’s story: college dropouts create a billion-dollar company out of thin air while some of us were deciding what elective to take. The traditional classroom setting rarely features in those stories for long.

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