TristanH submitted the following stories to BizSugar

One of the main reasons I love this whole internet business thing is that it gives me the freedom to travel a lot. I’ve recently bought a few tech accessories that take up less space in my bag and have... Read More
For the past several months, I haven’t given this blog too much attention. But I’m back in full force now for 2012, and there are some great things in the works that’ll make the blog better than ever. Read More
I never do earnings or traffic reports for The Backlight, which is my main blog. But I figured I might as well do one for Amazopia, my still-new blog about news and tips and stuff. The site is... Read More
I have received close to 10,000 unique visitors from ten blog posts during the past 30 days, and I am considering deleting nine of them... Read More
I’m super excited to announce my latest free ebook, titled Infoproduct Idea Kit: How to Come Up With Great Ideas for eBooks, Membership Sites, and More. If you’re looking to make money with infoproducts or just need a good opt-in incentive... Read More
There are already too many social networks and profiles to maintain, which is why I’m less than thrilled about businesses/brands now being able to create pages on Google+. But then I thought, why not just channel that negative energy into something more… creative? Read More
A month ago I was trying to type in the domain name of a popular blog. I misspelled it slightly and got a “Page not found” message. I wondered how many—if any—other people made the same mistake, so I bought the domain and set up Google Analytics on it. Read More
November is National Novel Writing Month, affectionately and commonly known as NaNoWriMo. I’m horrendously inept at writing fiction, but I’m going to try it anyway. What exactly is NaNoWriMo? The goal is to write an entire novel in 30 days. Read More
One of my favorite bloggers, James Altucher, recently came out with a new book. Quietly tucked away at the end of his post announcing the availability of the book in Kindle format was a great little incentive. Read More
First-person videos (where the camera records what you see) are great for product reviews or hands-on how-to videos. Here are three ways to make these videos without having to hold the camera, leaving both of your hands free to do whatever. Read More

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