How can a lifecaster who walks around with a camera on his hat, ends up creating multiple hit companies?

Justin Kan is the founder of JustinTV where they do real time online broadcasting. He then created SocialCam for instant mobile broadcasting and TwitchTV for watching and sharing videos of people playing games.

His latest startup says it can get you anything you want…

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How to launch and grow your startup


After he learned that close to 90% of startups fail, Adeo Ressi created an organization to support startups and helped 1,000 entrepreneurs start 499 companies. It was all done by helping people launch and grow startups, so we invited him to teach you how to do it.

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At age 17, Cameron Keng was desperate for cash for his first startup. Then he learned about net operating loss, received $10,000 back from the IRS, and started his business.

It was all done by understanding tax rules and regulations for start-ups, so we invited him to teach you how to do it.

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When he saw that a lack of basic tax understanding was going to cost his brother’s new startup tens of thousands of dollars, Kyle Durand taught him a few essential tax principles and helped him save a whopping $50,000. It was all done with smart business tax planning, so we invited him to teach you how to do it.

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How does a startup reach a million dollars in sales within a year?

Jason Cohen is the co-founder of WP Engine, a web hosting company that focuses only on WordPress hosting.

In this interview, you’ll hear how Jason dealt with cancellations. If you’re charging customers on a recurring-basis, this part of the interview alone will be worth thousands of dollars to you. You’ll also hear about…

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After losing money on a product that wasn’t selling, Neville Medhora rewrote his email campaign and sold all of his products in one night. It was all done using copywriting techniques, so we invited him to teach you how to do it.

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How does a wristband help a founder build a $169 million company? Ryan Allis is the founder of iContact, a provider of email marketing tools for small businesses. And a company that was recently sold for $169 million to Vocus.

Here’s a quote from the last time I interviewed him, “we incorporated in July ’03, lived in the office, slept on futons, cooked on a George Foreman grill, and did whatever we had to do to…

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Cheat Sheet After Jeremy's Advice

It’s time for another round of making Mixergy’s new Cheat Sheets even more useful for you! This time, we asked Mixergy producer Jeremy Weisz for his advice.

We applied Jeremy’s ideas to the recently published Cheat Sheet for Kelly Azevedo’s interview (here’s the before and the after).

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How does a guy who declares personal bankruptcy end up building two companies that generate over a million dollars in annual revenue?

Chris Snook is the founding investor and board member of Parallel 6, a social mobile company that says it can grow its clients’ sales with a phony mustache. He’s also the editor-in-chief of No Limit Publishing Group, a publishing company with a new take on the written word.

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