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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.

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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 […]

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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.

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Report issues here Update: If your browser is giving you an error, I think it’s because I built this page with a bunch of iframes (from Wufoo & Wistia). –Andrew Warner Master Class: How to keep customers longer Fill out my online form. Fill out my Wufoo form! Fill out my Wufoo form! Fill out […]

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After Greg Rollett found himself broke when his band’s 20-city tour was cancelled, he started creating information products for indie bands and later founded a company that helps people create their own information products.

It was all done by understanding how to develop successful information products for any market, so we invited him to teach you how to do it.

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This guide is based on Mixergy’s interview with Cole Ratias. Cole Ratias knew his Facebook app might become irrelevant with the release of the official Facebook app, so he added features Facebook lacked to hit 10 million downloads and maintain stable download numbers. It was all done using app development and marketing techniques, so we […]

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Stella Fayman got poor results from three different PR firms, so she decided she’d build a solid reputation on a tighter budget and got exposure on sites like Forbes, Entrepreneur, and Business Insider. It was all done using scrappy and creative PR techniques, so we invited her to teach you how to do it.

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How to get people to do what you want

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After coaching clients who had trouble managing other people, Mark Goulston wrote a book about how to get people to do what you want. It was all done using psychological techniques, so we invited him to teach you how to do it.

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