Chris Guillebeau knew most entrepreneurs don’t win million-dollar funding rounds, so he started his business for $100 and wrote a book about how other successful entrepreneurs have done the same. It was all done by building a profitable startup for $100, so we invited him to teach you how to do it.
Archive for May, 2012
How does sticking with the tough times of business lead a founder to build a software company that powers 11M Web sites with 75M monthly visitors?
Charles Duhigg was frustrated about gaining weight from his afternoon cookie-eating habit, so he re-programmed his behavior and lost 12 pounds. It was all done by controlling habits, so we invited him to teach you how to do it.
Are you building a site or app that charges users? Need help? I’m going to interview a few founders who are phenomenal at charging users and I want to ask them about your issues. I’ll do it too. I’m trying to figure out if I’m pushing the paid version of my site too much. So […]
on May 28, 2012 - 9:00 AM PST
How to build a profitable startup cheaply
(Even if you only have $100)
Taught by Chris Guillebeau of $100 Startup
Report issues here Master Class: $100 Startup About the course leader Chris Guillebeau spent less than $100 to build his business which includes UnconventionalGuides.com, a site that helps people do more about what their excited about. Master Class Toolbox Course Cheat Sheet Recurly.com Stripe.com Transcript Download the transcript here Andrew: This course is about how […]
How does a company become $2 million startup, even though it had no advertising budget?
Adam Schoenfeld is the co-founder and CEO of Simply Measured, which helps marketers get social media data and create beautiful, custom reports in Excel and online.
I want to find out about his first version for the company, where he got his first customers, and how he got them to pay even more…
How does a start-up with no funding hunt for customers? And if you’re trying to get new customers or if you’re trying to win back some of the customers that you’ve lost in the past, I want this interview to be the one that’s aimed exactly at you.
To help us do it, we’ve got Max Teitelbaum. You’ve seen him here before. He had one of the most controversial but also one of the most watched interviews here on Mixergy where we’ve talked about how to generate a lot of revenue as…
Matt Malone couldn’t make his quota even when he worked overtime at a restaurant, so instead he became a master salesman and has been in the top 1% of Chrysler car sales nationwide for 14 years. It was all done using marketing and sales closing techniques, so we invited him to teach you how to do it.
How does a founder, who tries everything end up finding his hit business?
In this interview, you’re going to hear about the laundry list of companies that Eddy Lu co-founded with his partner. I want to focus on two of those businesses: A franchise called Beard Papa (which he still owns today and runs passively, apparently at only three hours a month) and Grubwithus, which has one of the most impressive…
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After fifteen years of working 100 hours a week on a failing business, Sam Carpenter acted on an epiphany that helped him earn 20 times more while working just 2 hours a week. He did it by systematizing his business, so we’ve invited him to teach you how to do the same with yours.
How does the man who helped found Priceline go on to help America become more entrepreneurial?
In the mid-90s, Scott Case was the founding CTO of Priceline, the “Name Your Own Price” company that reached a billion dollars in annual sales in less than 24 months. Currently he’s the CEO of Startup America, which provides…