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In this video I’m going to share a few extra tips to maximize your keyword research, without using any fancy tools.
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It may seem like starting young is the best way to build a successful business, today more than ever. After all, when you’re young you have nothing to lose and a lot of energy to spend, and since your whole life is ahead of you, you can afford to make mistakes and learn from them. But starting older isn’t bad either.How to Get Started With Social Media for the 50-60-Something Entrepreneur
When you see the title of this article, some of you may be saying, ‘what do you mean, how do I get started with social media, like it’s some big secret?’ To some, it might sound like a silly question as most people just dive into a platform and begin making posts. Now imagine if you will, that you’re a 50 or 60-something new entrepreneur.The Advantages of the 50-60 Something Entrepreneur
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Entrepreneur is the new “rock star” and as such hoards of under-prepared and ill-equipped people are trying their hands at what they “think” are things that will create massive wealth either for themselves or loved ones. Unfortunately, reality is much different – entrepreneurship requires a will of iron and the ability to do many different things well. One of those is the key to all of its potential success – survivability.