Sahil Lavingia

I’ve invited Sahil Lavingia to do an interview because he’s a college student who keeps launching apps and websites. I wanted to find out how he keeps cranking out products while so many others only talk about launching their first site.

His products include Dayta, that’s a data tracking application for iPhone, and Rmmbr, a note-taking web app that doesn’t require registration.

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Don Dodge

Don Dodge’s Twitter profile says he’s a “startup guy,” but he hasn’t founded any startups of his own. What he does is help accelerate startups’ growth.

He does that at Google, where he introduced a developer to the company’s app marketplace and helped turn a side project into a profitable business. And he did that at…

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Dan Siroker

When he worked for Barack Obama’s presidential campaign, Dan Siroker ran A/B tests on the campaign’s email collection process and grew contributions by $57 million.

After the campaign, Dan launched Optimizely, a tool to help web sites run similar tests more easily. I invited him to Mixergy to talk about his new company, and to teach optimization techniques that you could use to grow conversions.

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Chris Nagele

How do you crank out profitable web apps when you have no funding and are working with a virtual team? That’s what Chris Nagele did, so I invited him to teach how he did it.

Chris is the founder of Wildbit, a web software firm focused on building complex web applications that are easy to use. Wildbit has launched Beanstalk, a code collaboration, management, and deployment system, Newsberry, an email marketing system, and Postmark, an email delivery service for web apps. Each one of those apps is profitable, and…

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Rick Marini

How does a first time entrepreneur build a company that sells for $100 million dollars? That’s what Rick Marini did with Tickle, a quiz site that he co-founded and sold to Monster. You’ll hear how he did it in this interview.

You’ll also hear about his latest company, BranchOut, a career site that uses your Facebook connections and LinkedIn resume to help you network.

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Rick Kash

How do you identify demand and build products to meet that demand? That’s what I invited Rick Kash to talk about.

He is the founder and CEO of the Cambridge Group, a growth strategy consulting firm, and the co-author of How Companies Win, which shows how to profit from demand driven business models.

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