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After founding two companies of my own and surviving an entire summer in Silicon Valley on only $250, I’m familiar with the ins and outs of stretching a dollar. Arriving at smart decisions, making sacrifices, and putting yourself out there are the essentials of becoming a success on a small budget. Read More
Is there anything crazier than the teenage love? Devastating yet irresistible, exhausting yet stimulating, and delicate yet long-lasting, teenage love can mess up things pretty quickly, but at the same time, it’s something that helps you grow up and make you realize the importance of “sanity.” Read More
This is a guest post by Anita Campbell. When my company, Small Business Trends, LLC, first purchased BizSugar in the summer of 2009, the best way I could Read More
One way to keep the faithful on your page is to add some plugins so they can access other applications and websites as they keep up with your blog. Read More
Having a blog is great, but if readers aren't engaged, they will soon get bored and move on or trickle down to just a few of the faithful. Read More
Around 6 months ago I came up with an idea for a startup and almost immediately the idea became my obsession. In the back of my mind I knew that I needed to start writing things down but dreaded the idea of writing a business plan. Read More
Ready to start increasing your engagement in 2012? Find out the best strategies for blogging, business, and social media engagement from these awesome posts! Read More
Many bloggers and webmasters are using the Wibiya bar as an easy way to increase engagement, social shares and page views, especially since it doesn’t require any coding skills to activate it on the blog or website. Read More
I almost called this article “Kids These Days,” before realizing I’m not old enough to use that expression. But that’s definitely my reaction to Ben Read More
Rumor has it that you have to raise money in order to survive in Silicon Valley. Most people are afraid of moving there because of the money factor. Well, I spent the last three months in Mountain View and my costs totaled just shy of $250. If I can do it, anyone can do it. It just depends on how b Read More

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