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Every year I attend a massive sci-fi and pop culture expo called Supanova. There are events all around Australia and for anyone who is even slightly geeky, such as myself (well maybe more than slightly), they are awesome. Whether you are into comics or anime or science fiction or superhereos...

As part of some big changes to my overall strategy next year I am once again overhauling my main email newsletter series. This is where you come in, but more about that in a moment… My newsletter is a sequence of autoresponder emails sent roughly once a week using the...

I was recently interviewed by Nick Broadhurst for his ASPIRE magazine. After the interview I asked Nick about his background...and things got interesting.

I’ve had my own small business online since the early 2000s. One of the benefits of being an “early adopter” is that I was able to assume a position of leadership before I faced too much quality competition. It was great for me back then as I could test basic...

Picture this. You’re logged into your AWeber control panel looking at your different email lists. You’ve spent years building up nearly 80,000 subscribers, but you’re about to do something that seems drastic… You’re about to delete half of them. Since I was about to delete so many subscribers at once...

Recently Glen Allsopp wrote a follow-up blog post to his announcement that he was writing a “For Dummies” book. His new announcement? He was NOT writing the book anymore. You can read all the reasons why Glen said no to a book deal in his blog post. To put it...

A few months ago, Walter and Mick, my co-founders in CrankyAds.com, and I were having a brainstorming session to come up with App ideas. Since both these guys are entrepreneurial we tend to go on these long tangents sometimes, thinking of cool ideas that just spring forth as we browse...

Last week I presented at the Web Strategy Summit in Brisbane. The organisers of the event, Adam and Toby, invited me to come in and do a short presentation of 18 minutes, then a 10 minute question and answer session. The event featured panel discussions for about 45 minutes and ...

This is a good interview. Trust me. You're not going to want to miss this. Just hit play now. Then grab a copy of Tim's latest book - The 4-Hour Chef.

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from http://mixergy.com/ 506 days ago

Ryan Delk has helped all kinds of entrepreneurs launch their products. “We work with a lot of different types of creators,” says Ryan, the head of growth and business development at Gumroad. “We work with independent creators who don’t have an agent, and we work with really well-known people in ...

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from http://mixergy.com/ 506 days ago

Watch the FULL program Prefer audio? Great! "Right click" here for the MP3 format. Send to your phone About Joshua Parkinson This is the latest post from Mixergy Raw transcript Mixergy’s audio transcription is done by Speechpad Sponsored by Lead Pages – Lead Pages took my most successful page and ...

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from http://mixergy.com/ 506 days ago

Watch the FULL program Prefer audio? Great! "Right click" here for the MP3 format. Send to your phone About Grant Straker Raw transcript Mixergy’s audio transcription is done by Speechpad Andrew: Hey there Freedom Fighters. My name is Andrew Warner. I’m the founder of Mixergy.com, home of the ambitious upstart. ...

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from http://mixergy.com/ 506 days ago

  Watch the FULL program Prefer audio? Great! "Right click" here for the MP3 format. Send to your phone About Garrett Moon Raw transcript Mixergy’s audio transcription is done by Speechpad Andrew: Hey there freedom fighters. My name is Andrew Warner. I am the founder of Mixergy.com, home of the ...

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from http://mixergy.com/ 506 days ago

Perry Marshall’s client had an ad problem. With a 5% click rate, their ads just weren’t bringing enough business into their mountain climbing school. “If you read the ads—‘Rock Climbing Courses,’ ‘Develop Climbing Skills Rapidly’—they were pretty typical ads,” says Perry, founder of Perry S. Marshall and Associates and author ...

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from http://mixergy.com/ 506 days ago

I noticed some content sites making money by running deals. Deals. One of my favorite Mac blogs, for example, does posts about new iOS updates and from time to time, they do blog posts about deals. Like a drone for under 100 bucks. Or speakers for 1/5th of what they’d ...

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