WILMINGTON, Del. — Brent Williams is a hardcore comic book collector. The Wilmington resident will purchase multiple versions of the same book, hunting for issues with variant covers, industry slang for
Any time a few website owners see their SERP ranks do the Google dance, they immediately jump to an online forum and ask each other: "Is an update happening?" Often, search engine bloggers hungry for monitor
Those words describe exactly how I feel when I see the number above. Never in my wildest dreams did I ever think I could build multiple businesses that would allow me to generate that much money in a month.
You don't need fancy commercials and big agencies to market your product. The best brands today were built from tiny marketing budgets. Dollar Shave Club started with a viral video that cost $5,000. They
That's because a group of 10 Google engineers go around purposely breaking things at the company, under the most dire circumstances they can imagine, just to see what happens. Through this process, the
Dahntay Jones was sitting at lunch when he came close to landing his first real estate client. He was in a restaurant and ran into someone he knew. He told the acquaintance he was in town for an NBA Job
The idea was that people would use the app to "check in" to particular locations, which seemed like a fun and interesting game. But he had no idea how it would evolve, or how it would make money. Now knows.
Each individual prototype, like each individual website, has its own styles, objectives, and strategies. What works well for a cloud CRM website might not work as well for an ecommerce business. In this
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. As a business owner, there’s one line item that always seems to swell: marketing. You know it’s effective. You see the results show up in
Singapore is deemed by some as an idyllic place to foster a new breed of technologically innovative enterprises. As part of the efforts to develop a new breed of technologically innovative global enterprises,
Liz Powers started volunteering at at homeless shelters when she was an 18-year-old Harvard freshman, serving breakfast early in the morning before her classes started. Ten years later, she's running business
I ran across a fascinating piece by Leo Polovets of Susa Ventures this week, provocatively titled: “Why Startup Technical Diligence Is A Waste Of Time.” You should go read it, but its central thesis is
The cofounder and CEO of Thumbtack has kept a close eye on the rise of the "gig economy" — or on-demand, short-term, unskilled jobs where employees are usually referred to as independent contractors —