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3 Steps to Becoming a Digital Marketing Expert - Huffington Post

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“3 Steps to Becoming a Digital Marketing ExpertHuffington PostMastering digital marketing for your business isn't rocket science.”

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It's not rocket science folks.   Don't pay too much for it.

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The Truth Behind 12 Common Startup Funding Myths

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Most inexperienced entrepreneurs have overly optimistic outlooks about how to successfully finance their startups.   This article defines a more realistic view.   Of course, for the absolute BEST in capital resources can be found at CEO Space.


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Things Entrepreneurs Never Confess To Their VCs

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Note: This is intended be a light-hearted piece that hits just close enough on some counts to (hopefully) be funny. Please don't take it too seriously

For the Serious Entrepreneur, check out what FORBES calls "The #1 MUST for an Entrepreneur" .... CEO Space!


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How He Made $25 Million By The Age of 27 – Jack Delosa

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Australian Entrepreneur, Investor & Author, Jack Delosa has amassed a net worth of $25 Million at the age of 27. Jack reveals his secrets to achieving massive
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CEO Space Member helps Ted Talk's Jamie Oliver

For years, it has been said, "TED is where good ideas go to die."   This mainly because TED Talks & TEDx was "All Talk, No Action".

This has now changed.   An older, lesser-known group, yet far more successful than TED, Vistage, and other groups in the category, is now changing that.

Tim Murphy, of Florida, has stepped on board to lead Jamie Oliver and The Food Revolution.   Murphy is a CEO Space member, a group that helps fund Billions of Dollars worth of Entrepreneurial efforts.

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Strategies To Get Funded From Angel Investors

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The biggest challenge for a new company is to attract funding. How do you attract angel investors?
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Did you ever run a lemonade stand when you were a kid? The lemonade stand is often one of the first experiences people have with running a business. You learn about marketing, Sales, management, operations, etc. 


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Disney CEO Bob Iger's big bet on start-ups

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Disney is investing in start-ups to breathe new life into the 91-year-old company.  Of course, the mainstay of the Startup industry, remains CEO Space.


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Billionaire Hedge Fund Manager Explains To MBA Students How He Makes A Ridiculous Amount Of Money

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He was paid $2.3 billion last year.
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How to Find More Speaking Leads

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The following is a guest post by Jennifer Ellis on Linked In.  Her website is below.

I often receive the same question as a manager of speakers. Consistently, people want to know where I find speaking leads. The truth is there is no lack of leads out there.


I have written an entire special report on the subject, but here are my Top 3 Tips:


1. I always find a plethora of leads using simple Google searches ( I also suggest setting up Google alerts ( so that you are notified immediately via e-mail of the latest conferences in your genre.


2. Are you using your social media strategically? Here on LinkedIn, I have one client in particular who receives at least three inquiries a week asking about booking her. Start joining groups, connecting with people, commenting, sharing, and getting your presence out there.


3. Many Convention and Visitor Bureaus across the country share information about what conferences are coming to town. Check them out. Do some research. You can find a list of Convention and Visitor Bureaus at:


Want more tips like this? How about a list of websites you probably didn't even know existed that will assist you in finding free leads? I have a special report called “Find All The Leads You Need” available for $15. If you are interested in purchasing it, connect with me here through LinkedIn or through my website:


Of course, the greatest resource for speakers is CEO Space.

CEO Space was founded by Berny Dohrmann, whose father was a mentor to Walt Disney, Napoleon Hill, Buckminster Fuller, Jack Kennedy, W. Edwards Demming, W. Clement Stone, Earl Nightingale and many others. 

For the last thirty years, Dohrmann, whom the media refers to as "The Millionaire Maker" has been known as "Coach of the Coaches" ...Anthony Robbins, Sharon Lecther, Mark Victor Hansen, Jack Cannfield, Lisa Nichols, Robert Allen, John Assaraf, Loral Langmier, Jay Abraham, Alex Mandossian, T. Harv Ecker, John Gray, Bob Proctor, Robert Kiyosaki, Les Brown and just about any  big name you can think of and the fastest rising speaker names.   CEO Space has been the biggest producer for their business.


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60 Great Tips to Increase and Get Twitter Followers Fast

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Twitter followers have always been a controversial point of discussion; some argue that it’s all about quality and not quantity, whilst others play the numbers game all the way. When talking about the popular micro-blogging platform, most people have been asked how many followers they have, so clearly if it doesn’t matter to you it does to others. I personally believe it is beneficial to have a large amount of followers, as long as you are able to spend the time and money required to achieve it. Below I have recorded my observations, experiences, tips and tactics for increasing your twitter followers, starting with the most basic and fundamental factors. Enjoy reading and trying them out for yourself!

Determine your end goal

Decide and determine what you want to achieve through twitter, perhaps you want to establish yourself as an authority on a niche subject or you want to increase leads for your business, whatever this may be make sure that you have a plan that includes figures and timeframes.

Brand yourself

Branding is very important in getting your message across, make sure that everything is working with your brand and that people will know what to expect before deciding to follow you. The more focused you are on your brand the more relevant followers you will attract. Get this fundamental step right and all the other points below will be easily applied.

Choose your username with care

Make sure that your username is unique, original and easily remembered, think what you are aiming to do with your account and what people you want to connect with are likely to find attractive. If you have a username that is not working for you or is unsuitable, change it! This can be done within your Twitter control panel.

Have a great avatar

Your avatar can quickly say something to prospective followers about who you are and what you have to say even if people have never seen you before, a good avatar will immediately allow someone to decide to take the plunge and hit that follow button. If tweeting for personal reasons a good headshot of yourself is a must.

Write an informative bio

Fill in your bio with a short description of what to expect from you, include any keywords and information and make it short but fun and interesting at the same time. A good call to action is an excellent way to get people interacting with you.

Add location to your profile

Think about who your ideal followers are and where they are from, if regional followers are important to you add the location where they are most likely to be found.

Get a custom Twitter background

A good twitter background can quickly convey all sorts of useful information about you, for businesses in particular it can convey what your brand is all about and become an extension of your website. A good twitter background should include important information about you, such as your email and website, if you have stats about the typical screen resolution of your target market take those into account when designing the background, if not design with a low screen resolution in mind for example 1024x768. You can check what backgrounds look like in different size screens here.

Tell people you already know

Let people you already know that you are on Twitter! It may seem obvious but if you take the time to tell people you already know, they are very likely to follow and read what you have to say, it can also be a great way to start interacting.

Announce on your social networks

One of the most efficient ways to tell people you already know is to make an announcement on your existing social networks do this more than once and frequently at the beginning of your effort to gain followers, if you are a big facebook user posting to facebook from twitter will help people to know you are actively using twitter.

Promote your account offline

Every time you shoot a video, give a speech, record a podcast or give a presentation find a way to tell people about your twitter account, give them a specific reason to follow and you will find that your twitter follower count will go up. A great way to promote your account is to have it printed on your promotional material and business cards if you don’t have those you could always give your twitter username along with your telephone when you meet people.

Link to your twitter account

Place links to your account on all your social media profiles, let people know that you are actively using twitter and that you are looking for people to add you on twitter. You can add some great looking widgets and badges to your pages to ensure maximum exposure.

Put a twitter feed on your blog or website

A feed can be a brief insight into your account and an excellent way to get targeted followers for your account, a feed with 3-5 of the latests posts can give enough of an insight into your account to make people curious enough to check and follow your account especially if your site gets a fair amount of traffic.

Don’t be a self promoter

Unless you happen to be a celebrity nobody will be interested in what you have to sell or offer and nobody will be interested in following someone who gives nothing back. So broadcasting about how great you or your product is just isn’t going to work on any level. Give something that people appreciate and will want to follow you for, add value to your followers and your follow count will increase. One easy tip is guaranteeing your followers to follow them back, think out of the box and be creative here.

Get involved in conversations

Read what your followers are talking about and join in, reply regularly to those who you have followed this makes it more likely for them to follow back, it shows you have something of value to contribute and gives the followers of that person a chance to find out more about you.

Tweet frequently

Potential followers will often look at your timeline to gauge whether you are worth following, if your timeline has fresh tweets is current and interesting you have a high chance of being followed.

Post interesting news articles

Find interesting articles and news stories in your niche that really stand out, make sure they are current and easily understood by your followers. There are many news websites with fantastic stories although a search on google news will often return some great ones.

Post good interesting everyday content

Apart from adding interesting links to articles be interactive and post things that people appreciate and find interesting this will encourage people to interact, retweet and most importantly follow you.

Search for tweets with your keywords

Use the Twitter search function to seek out people who are tweeting about subjects you are knowledgeable in, if you are able to add value to the conversation join in and offer your expertise, within the limits of 140 characters ofcourse!

Use hash tags

Using the # tag next to your content makes your keywords easy to find and identify. Quality content that is easy to find will go a long way to make you a desirable follow, use the hash tag sparingly on your most important keywords.

Become a resource

Tweet useful insights about your specialists subject give your existing followers to continue following you and your potential followers an excellent reason to hit that follow button.

Be human and provocative

Show that you are a real person; share intimate details about your life or business, and if you get it right not only will you increase your followers but you will also create an audience that will follow your tweets very closely.

Interact with influential people you know

Target well respected people in your niche, grab their attention by finding what motivates them and build a good relationship. Others will observe your account and also decide to follow you, your reach will increase dramatically as these influential people will also mention you to their followers which will often be great in numbers.

Identify other influential people

There are a number of useful tools that allow the measurement of social media influence, notably the website, these sites are sometimes not so user friendly or quick to use so another way is to look at the lists that the influential people you are already aware of have made. This can be a fast way to identify, follow and interact with other influencers in your niche.

Create your own Twitter lists

A topical list of accounts that are of interest to you, such a list allows you to closely follow certain accounts and it is a form of endorsement which may encourage members to follow you back. It is also a great way to increase the visibility of your account through people who are searching for lists in your niche.

Emulate other successful people

Having identified other influential people in your niche, follow their account closely and identify what it is they are doing so well. Implement some of their strategies and continue using the ones that directly increase your follower count.

Get retweeted

Encourage your followers to retweet you, it not only puts your username into other social circles but it also results in visits to your profile page and website. If your tweet is short, witty and topical is has a better chance of being retweeted. You can always just ask to be retweeted by adding “please RT”, this will often work if you have highly engaged followers.

Follow retweeters

You can find people who have retweeted tweets with your keywords recently by going to the Twitter search and searching for “RT #keyword” for example “RT #SEO”. You can then start following and interacting with active retweeters.

Retweet other people

Ok, we have established that getting retweeted is a good idea so if thats what you are looking for why not retweet content that you find useful and entertaining, it’s a great way to develop relationships and a way to stay active on twitter with little effort.

Recommend the most useful users

A great way to build relationships and thank those that are useful to you, a popular way to do this is to recommend people on Friday with the use of the #FollowFriday or #FF hash tag. When you do this its best to include a short explanation of why you are recommending them.

Tweet multimedia

Nowadays most mobile phones have internet access and posting pictures, sound clips and video clips is not only easy but it also gives users an intimate insight into your own personal world. Updates with video, pictures and even sound clips can be fun and entertaining; it can also liven up your timeline and make your account more interesting to follow.

Take time to engage

Make sure that when people start following you and commenting on your tweets you take some time out to engage and reply to the most relevant tweets. Remember Twitter is a powerful communication platform, such engagement allows other people to see that you are a human being that can add value to them and worth following.

Answer questions on your specialist subject

Encourage users to ask you questions, this gives you credibility in your field and also exposes your username to new social circles. Inventing your own hash tag for these questions reinforces your brand and makes it easy for you to find and see all the questions directed at you.

Get listed on Twitter directories

Online Twitter directories are useful for those who are looking to follow people within a particular niche or industry, it is an easy and convenient way for others to follow targeted users. Such online directories include Wefollow and Twellow.

Join twitter groups

There are groups that you can join online especially for the popular micro blogging platform, here is the perfect chance to exchange ideas build new relationships and increase your follower count. Facebook is a good place to start looking for these types of groups.

Go to Tweetups

Tweetups are in-person networking events organised on Twitter itself, here you can put real faces to accounts you have been following and exchanging ideas with. Search on twitter using “tweetup area” replacing area with your own preferred locality, for example “Tweetup London”.

Participate in Twitter chats

These are conversations organised by a person or group of people to discuss issues about a specialist subject. Twitter chats are one of the best ways to identify and follow like minded users who are highly likely to interact and follow you back, not only increasing your follower count but also making your username visible to their own followers.

Participate in forums and blogs

Use specialist forums and blogs that deal with social networking and in particular Twitter to tell everyone about who you are and why you are worth following, take time to introduce yourself and to answer peoples questions on your specialist subject.

Use trends to increase your reach

Observe the trending hash tags in your region, look at the tweets that have been heavily retweeted and think about why they are popular, tweet something along the same lines giving your own spin to the subject. You may combine more than one popular hash tag to potentially propel your username to multiple social circles and increase your chance of being retweeted and followed.

Repeat your most popular tweets

Look at your most popular tweets, if you see that it is still appropriate to repeat them you may do so approximately 8-12 hours after you first tweeted them for people who missed it the first time round, be very careful not to seem repetitive and monotonous though.

Tweet events

These are usually question and answer sessions set up by a well known personality, here you have the chance to ask questions and interact with people in your niche. Look out for any of these tweet events by reading websites and publications focused on your area of knowledge. If you manage to get mentioned by the person or company leading the event you are very likely to be followed by those following the action online.

Interactive television shows

The power of Twitter has really gained momentum over the past few years, we are now seeing even television shows integrating twitter streams as a way to let viewers participate. This is an amazing opportunity to get your twitter username on TV and potentially reach millions of television viewers. In this case you are far more likely to be mentioned if you make a really interesting and amusing tweet that is suitable for the audience of the show. Look carefully at any others getting a mention and spot a pattern of what to say, usually it's easy to gauge what the TV producer is looking for.

Get on websites with mention streams

There are some extremely popular websites that have a stream of all their mentions or mentions of a hash tag, if you spot any of these it can be a fantastic way to get targeted views of your account and if you find a really great opportunity you could always mention their username or tag and ask people to follow you directly!

Tweet quotes

Sharing quotes with your followers is a simple fun and easy source of interesting useful content, quotes are good because you can get them on just about any industry or niche and they are usually positive and inspiring to many people and therefore often retweeted.

Tweet privileged information

If you have something unique to offer followers make sure you let them know about it, this is a prime example of adding value to your followers. This information may include exclusive offers, pictures of inside the Googleplex if you happen to be there or any other type of information that is not widely available. Be sure to develop a relationship with your followers and follow up by getting them to keep following you on a long term basis rather than for the duration of your exclusive information for example you could let them know to watch your tweets closely and look out for more of the same next week.

Tweet during rush hour

Studies have shown that the best times to tweet are around 1pm and 3pm Monday to Thursday, if you take time to study when your typical users are most active reading and tweeting you will gain maximum visibility. There are tools which allow you to schedule tweets ahead of time, one of the most popular being Hootsuite, it can be downloaded onto your PC, Mac and even iPhone for maximum convenience.

Be aware of time zones

Take into account where your ideal users live and in what time zone they are located, if you are targeting people in the US and the UK for example, it might be worth scheduling tweets during optimal times for them to see, interact and amplify your reach.

Be human nobody wants to follow a robot!

So far we have touched upon some of the automation methods though at this point it must be stressed that any automation must be used carefully, nobody is interested in following robots, therefore you should note that if any of these tools are used it must be done in such a way that it doesn’t compromise your authenticity as a human being.

Follow people

Follow people often, around 30% - 50% of all people you follow will follow you back, which means that following as many people as possible will equate to a huge number of followers, in practice this just isn’t possible due to restrictions in place by the Twitter system. These restrictions, known as Twitter follow limits, kick into place when you follow 2,000 or more people. Then you will not be able to follow more than 110% of people who follow you, meaning that if you have 10,000 followers you will not be able to follow more than 11,000 people at a time. This restriction was a smart move by Twitter as it avoids users following hundreds of thousands of people just to have hundreds of thousands of followers!

Follow local people

Follow people local to your area, build a connection not only through you specialist knowledge but also through your knowledge of the area local to you, invite them to networking events or to other events of interest for example seminars or talks on subjects of common interest. You may use tools such as and twitaholic to help you find popular people in your locality.

Follow people who always follow back

In light of the fact that there are follow limits it is in your best interest for anyone you follow to follow you back, not only will you gain more followers in this way but you will also avoid the follow limits. You can find people that always follow back by searching their bio and tweets for the following:


Follow the followers of big followers

Use twitaholic to see who has the most followers in popular cities like London, New York and Chicago. Follow the followers of anyone who is following more than 1,000 people than are following them, these will be people who have amassed a large following from the method above. You will gain followers fast but don’t expect much interaction from these accounts as they are people, and in many cases robots, who just follow anyone that follows them. This method is a mere time saving exercise that allows you to follow people who will follow back without having to search for them through tags such as #TeamFollowBack.

Unfollow those who don’t follow back

The only way to avoid the follow limits if you are gaining followers by following many people is to unfollow those who don’t follow back. This constant “follow – unfollow” process is often referred to as “churn” the rate at which the “follow – unfollow” happens is called the “churn Rate”. You must be aware that a high churn rate goes against the terms of service and there is a risk of your account being suspended if this method is employed aggressively.

Use online Tools

Use tools available online to automate the process of following, unfollowing tweeting following back and direct messages amongst many other things. Once you amass a large follower count it will be necessary to use these tools effectively to employ the methods listed above. Some of the most popular and effective online tools are Tweepi and Manageflitter. Here you will be able to do much of the automation needed to gain more followers on a large scale.

Use computer software

These automated programmes are especially designed to enable the automation of all aspects of your account. Most of these tools, such as TweetAdder, have been developed by internet marketers and commonly allow you to: Find targeted followers Automation of follows and unfollows Automated tweets Automated direct Messages Though automation in business is always a good thing, you must beware that many of these practices go directly against the Twitter terms of service and there is a significant risk of getting your account suspended if the software is not used correctly. Twitter has filed lawsuits against the makers of these tools as they are often used aggressively by spammers.

Show Your Twitter Followers Count

There is something to be said about power in numbers and in this case it is particularly true to say that once you have acquired a large number of followers it is beneficial to display these on your blog or network. The large follower count has a psychological effect that enhances your chances of being followed, known as social proof.

Buy followers

A pretty controversial one, and one that I have included only for information. Buying followers will increase your follower count fast and there are popular sites such as fiverr for this type of service where people are offering up to 15,000 followers for as little as $5. These followers will be of no use except for bumping up the number count and may actually damage your reputation or brand as these fake followers can be easily identified through tools such as StatusPeople, there is probably nothing worse for personal reputation or brand than being “outed” for buying followers. This relatively new phenomenon has not only been discussed amongst tech savvy users but has also recently hit the headlines in the main stream newspapers after several high profile reports of well known people accused of buying fake followers. I do not endorse or recommend this method, in fact it can cause havoc if you are employing some of the other methods above, I strongly advise not to use this method.

Run a contest

This technique was most famously offered by Kevin Rose back in 2009 and since then many companies, brands and individuals have run contests very successfully, when running such a competition remember to check out the Twitter guidelines for running a contest.

Write articles about twitter

If there is one particular aspect of twitter that you know a great deal about why not write a blog post or add a guide to your website, Twitter has become so popular in recent years but it’s still so new that there is still room to write articles that people appreciate and find useful. Such exposure will not only mean more followers but also more credibility within your own social circle.

Guest post on other blogs

Search for bloggers in your niche that have a large number of followers and have popular websites, offer to write an article for their site in return for promotion of your twitter account, your account will become more visible and you will gain followers along the way. To get an idea of how popular a blog or website is check

Track and measure

As anyone in business will tell you: “Anything measured improves!”. It is very important to keep an accurate record of what you are doing to increase your twitter followers. You can use the automated tools mentioned before to track your efforts and if you want to see a more accurate statistic count of the number of followers you have gained and expect to gain use TwitterCounter.

If you are a content marketer and are using twitter to syndicate your content you can keep track of how often your page has been shared on twitter and other social media articles using tools such as the Social Media Shares Counter.


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See if your perception of the average entrepreneur -- even if you are one -- is miles away from the reality. Arianna Huffington Thomas Edison and Henry Ford Mark Cuban Slideshow Options Loop Through: Don't loop
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10 Billionaire Brits Who Began with less than £25,000!

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The absolute #1 MUST for Entrepreneurs - FORBES


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Information Station | American Small Businesses: By The Numbers

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Small Businesses Drive American Job Creation

For more help with your Small business, take a look at what FORBES has said is the #1 MUST for Entrepreneurs:

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She's America's youngest female billionaire - and a dropout

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Elizabeth Holmes, America's youngest self-made female billionaire, has built a medical services company that's revolutionizing the blood test.
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This post is uniquely created for providing amazing business ideas for aspiring entrepreneurs who are looking to start a business that helps them to gain immense success and reputation.

Perhaps the two wisest decisions for Entrepreneurs, however, would be:


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You are reading an article from The art of collaboration series, to read more you can visit theseries homepage. This doesn’t mean you can’t win them over, but it does mean you need to look in the mirror and acknowledge your scrawny arms, lack of six pack, and occasional pimple. Now that we are a...

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Why Networking Is a Necessary Investment

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Sama group founder Leila Janah explains why networking is the key reason for her business success.  Of course, for the absolute BEST Network for your business, become a member of CEO Space.


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The World's Largest, Oldest & Most Successful Organization for CEOs, Entrepreneurs & Visionary Investors is the Center Piece.

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Theneeds is your smart personalized web, a place to discover and share the best news, videos, social posts, and more, tailored to your specific interests.
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8 Ways To Become A Best-Selling Author With Your First Book

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Joel BrownI has sold just 16,000+ copies of my book online. Here are his tried and true strategies to becoming a best selling author online with your first book.

Some of them are good, but what separates him from HUGE Success in the publishing world are the major points he's left out:
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3) Having the right network to get behind it and push.
4) Have an exit strategy for your book such as a movie or a TV Show.
5)  Become part of CEO Space.

Sure, number 5 looks like a shameless plug, but when you look at what CEO Space has done in the publishing world with:
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10 Things Angel Investing Taught Me About How To Raise Money For A Startup

10 Things Angel Investing Taught Me About How To Raise Money For A Startup | Startups,  Entrepreneurs, Angel Investors |

Prerna Gupta (co-founder of Khush) is on the other side of the investor pitches now -- and she has 10 pieces of advice you need to read.  Of course, for better answers, better resources and better results, go to


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