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How to make over $1,000,000 with Excel tutorials

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Aug 26, 2015
The town where Purna built his company is so small that...

The surprising place to find your business idea

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Apr 10, 2015
We've heard in Mixergy interviews and courses that one of the best places to find a business idea is in online forums...

Why programming isn’t a pre-requisite to launch a tech startup

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Jan 30, 2015
One of the surprising things I learned is that some of the well-known tech companies, don't do all of their own...

If one startup fails TWICE, is it over?

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Nov 7, 2014
Before the interview started, I said to my guest, "I'm not sure we should do this interview...

How a bullied newcomer built one of the largest free WordPress resources on the Web

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Oct 27, 2014
This is the story of an entrepreneur from Pakistan who used to get made fun of for the way he spoke. Today, when he speaks or writes, people in the WordPress community listen...

SocialAppsHQ: Do Big Insights Lead To Big Success?

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Mar 27, 2013
This is a story of a founder who discovered the right market and the right...

Visual Website Optimizer: Solo Bootstrapper Lands 1,000 Paying Customers

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Jan 26, 2012
This is an interview I've been waiting to do a long time. When I first talked to this guest, I urged him not to do an interview and we both agreed. Now I think it's time to do it...

Inviziads: Using Pirates To Grow A Company

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Jul 25, 2011
To prep for this interview I had to play "Flirty Fiona," one of the addictive games created by Alok Kejriwal's company Games2Win, a top online game company. When Alok realized that people were pirating games like Flirty Fiona, he came up with a clever solution...

Shaadi.com And One Of India’s Most Powerful Founders

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Jun 17, 2011
Business Week called Anupam Mittal one of India's most powerful people. So how did he build such a big internet company in a country where people didn't have internet access? Find out in this interview...

Indus Net: From Door-To-Door Sales To A Multimillion Dollar Talent Supplier

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Jan 20, 2011
How do you bootstrap a profitable outsourcing company? Joining me in this interview is Abhishek Rungta, founder of Indus Net Technologies, an Indian company that started out with just him doing door-to-door sales and has grown to about 450 engineers and designers. Grab this interview and you'll hear how mastering online sales helped him build up his company.

FusionCharts: Bootstrapped And (Very) Profitable Charting Company

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Dec 13, 2010
How can an unfunded, first-time entrepreneur build a multi-million dollar business selling graphs? You'll hear how it happened in this interview with Pallav Nadhani, a Mixergy fan who created FusionCharts in 2002 when he was just 17. With happy customers such as LinkedIn, his business did $4.5 million in sales last year. I invited him to Mixergy to hear the inspiring story of how he did it. Also, since he launched a new seed investment fund (it's like Y Combinator, but in India), I...

The “Minor Orgasm” Of Using Analytics Well

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Sep 21, 2010
Avinash Kaushik is the man many of the entrepreneurs I interviewed turn to when they want to use analytics to uncover ways to increase conversions, decide what to build next or figure out why sales aren't growing. He's Google’s Analytics Evangelist and the author of two best-selling books on analytics. I know this will be one of your favorite programs because...

How SlideShare Went From 0 To 32 Mil Unique Viewers Per Month

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Jun 18, 2010
Unlike the other ideas they were kicking around, Rashmi Sinha knew SlideShare was going to be a hit. She knew it as soon as her cofounder (and husband) pitched it to her. At conferences they noticed there wasn't an easy way for presenters to share their PowerPoint presentations online. So why not build a site that makes sharing presentations as easy as sharing photos and videos? It was a simple idea with an obvious need. But...

“The Smartest Unknown Indian Entrepreneur” Talks About How He Built Zoho Into A Bootstrapped Powerhouse

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Mar 9, 2010
"The Smartest Unknown Indian Entrepreneur" is what Forbes called Zoho's co-founder, Sridhar Vembu. He's become a little less unknown since that article came out, but when it bubbled to the top of Hacker News recently I read it I wanted more details about how he bootstrapped Zoho into a profitable online application provider. So I invited him to Mixergy to tell us the story of how he built his company.

How A Devotee Built A Multi-Million Dollar Business That Does More Than Make Money

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Dec 28, 2009
For Bharat Mitra happiness didn’t come from accumulating material possessions. “I was very committed to finding the source of happiness within myself,” he says. “That led me to India and I was very blessed and lucky to meet my guru, Papaji.” As you can see already,...

What Went Wrong With The CrunchPad Partnership

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Dec 18, 2009
I invited the man behind the JooJoo to show it off and tell us why his CrunchPad partnership with TechCrunch fell apart. We talked about the partnership and got a look at the JooJoo/CrunchPad in action.

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