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Elite Daily acquired this week. Founder is on Mixergy now.

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Apr 17, 2017
How do you make a real business out of content? I can see how it can help advance a mission but as far as a real business, it seems like software is better way to go. So I’m always shocked when I hear someone has built a successful media company. Today’s guest is Gerard Adams. In 2011 he...

How Craig Malloy built and sold Lifesize for $405M (and then bought it back)

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Apr 12, 2017
Joining my today is a man who started a company, sold it, and is now running it again. Craig Malloy is the founder of Lifesize which provides enterprise and business class audio, video and web conferencing solutions. I invited him here to tell me how he built it and why it succeeded.

How getting burned by a developer inspired SD Squared Labs

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Feb 21, 2017
Joining me today is Sachin Dev Duggal. I know him as the guy who created Nivio, a company that actually let you get Windows apps on your freaking iPad, and it was all legal. It was this beautiful thing. People loved it. And he sold it. I thought we were going to do an interview about that and...

How a jerky founder learned to lead with emotional intelligence

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Jan 16, 2017
Today’s guest says that at one point in his life, he was a real ass. He says he was pushy and insistent on his approach until he discovered a better way. I initially invited him here just to talk about his business but I had no idea he’d be open to talking about that and the issues he had...

I enter the ring with Empire Flippers founder Justin Cooke

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Jan 13, 2017
Today’s guest is Justin Cooke, the founder of a marketplace where people go and buy and sell websites. I spent 25 minutes talking to people in his industry to make sure that he wasn’t just a nice guy who happens to have been a long-term Mixergy listener who is going to take...

How Attractive World founder sold a “hard-to-exit” dating site

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Jan 11, 2017
A few weeks ago today’s guest sold his company but one of the fascinating things to me is that it was a dating company. Andrew Chen wrote an article about why investors don’t fund dating sites. They have built in churn because once you match someone they no longer need the site, dating has...

How Chip Baker got into the business of marijuana

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Dec 12, 2016
Before I tell you about today’s guest, I want to tell you that I was watching the election results and saw that marijuana was legalized in California. I didn’t sit back and say, “Great, now I can smoke.” I said, “Great. I wonder who is building a business that is going to profit from...

What changes after a $50,000,000 cash exit?

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Nov 23, 2016
Back in 2013 I got an email from Jason Nazar announcing that his company DocStoc was being acquired by Intuit. But what was interesting to me was how he started the company back in 2006 as a site that helped you embed your documents on other sites, like MySpace. But the world changed and...

How Kit became a pioneer in the bot revolution

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Nov 18, 2016
Check out this scenario for today’s interview. Imagine you have a Shopify store and you want to sell more of your product. So you grab your phone, but instead of opening up an app, you actually text Kit. And you’ll get a response with a few options: Market a new or existing product, run a...

How Drip started as a widget and was acquired by Leadpages for a life-changing sum

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Nov 2, 2016
I’m really excited to have today’s guest on. This is a guy who has started things like MicroConf and Micropreneur Academy and he’s just been plugging away, bootstrapping from his house. The stuff he creates is high quality, the people he works with love him and have life-changing...

How to stay competitive when Elon Musk and Peter Thiel are gunning for you

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Oct 31, 2016
Matt Gillin, the guy you’re about to meet, started a business and very quickly had two big competitors—people who you already know. Elon Musk and Peter Thiel. And both of those guys came gunning for him. The way he dealt with that onslaught and the way he created his company allowed him to...

Sam Altman on Y Combinator, Loopt & Work Habits

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Oct 24, 2016
Sam Altman is the President of YC Group, which oversees Y Combinator, the seed investment firm that has funded 1,500 startups with a combined value of $80 billion. (Late applications accepted here.) Before that, Sam founded Loopt, a location-based software company. My goals for this interview...

How a hippie raised in the woods of Maine coded (and sold) Infoactive

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Sep 2, 2016
Joining me today is an entrepreneur who really did not have a tech background. She had a hippie background that I’m so excited to talk about. But what’s even more interesting is the thing that she did to get into tech world and the startup world. It was something that shows what she’s...

Growth systems used by churches that you can apply to your business

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Aug 15, 2016
What’s interesting to me is that I keep thinking of businesses as serving the same groups of customers. And maybe that feeling inside me has been exaggerated since I moved to San Francisco where it feels like everyone is trying to create a consumer-based business for the same group of...

Three companies, three successes. Here’s how…

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Aug 5, 2016
Starting a company is really hard. Succeeding at a company is really hard. So when I find someone who’s done it three times, built three successful companies, I want to understand how he did it. That’s exactly what Travis Schneider did. Travis is the guy who first founded StarBrand...

How Caren Merrick started WebMethods in her basement and helped build it to a public company that sold for $546 million

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Jun 8, 2016
A few weeks ago, I got an email back from one of our fans who said, “I heard this interview you did and I thought maybe I should volunteer to do an interview.” As I read her backstory, I couldn’t believe how much she’d done and I said to the team, “Find a way....

Working 80hrs/wk? No time to launch a company? Watch this interview

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May 16, 2016
Joining me today is a guy who I’m really proud to introduce to my audience. He’s a hard worker–and when I say hard worker, wait until you hear what this guy did. When you go to AP, and so many other sources, it feels like a human being wrote an article that’s interesting...

How to sell something other than your time

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May 2, 2016
If you’ve been listening to Mixergy for long enough, you probably know today’s guest came on a while back to teach a course. Just before we recorded the course, he said, “Andrew, this is private but I sold my company.” But he swore me to secrecy and I take that stuff very...

How Jesse Itzler gets his foot into every door (and figures out the rest later)

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Apr 20, 2016
Have you ever met one of these entrepreneurs, the kind of people who, through charisma, confidence, and hutzpah build companies out of nowhere? I feel like the more I read about today’s guest, the more he is that kind of entrepreneur. He just seems to talk his way into building these...

How Dan Engel built FastSpring with $30K

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Apr 15, 2016
Back in 2011 I was doing this and I interviewed an entrepreneur who bootstrapped his company. At the time his revenue was $45 million–a lot of hustle, a lot of phone calls, a lot of posts online and he got it to $45 million in sales. And today he’s back. He grew the company bigger. I...

How to find a qualified niche (so you can sell without the hardsell)

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Apr 8, 2016
Today’s guest is a guy who used to sell door to door until he started his own company from scratch. He later sold that company for $16.8 million and decided to teach people to sell without hard selling. Matthew Pollard is The Rapid Growth Guy where he helps you find a business niche and...

How Ellen Rubin’s CloudSwitch got big businesses to adopt the cloud

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Apr 6, 2016
Do you remember back in 2008 when you were all excited about the cloud? Well back then the founder you’re about to meet, Ellen Rubin, noticed that big businesses were intrigued by the cloud. They were curious about it, but they couldn’t jump in the way that you and I could when we...

BetterHelp founder on risking everything to bootstrap

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Mar 30, 2016
Listen to the nerve today’s guest had with his idea. He had this idea that maybe you wouldn’t want to go to a therapist’s office when you have an issue. Maybe in the world today, you don’t want to drive out and sit on a therapist’s couch and just talk, maybe you...

How Gizmodo creator Peter Rojas left to launch Engadget with Jason Calacanis

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Mar 16, 2016
There was a period where I was turning my back on technoloIy, on the internet and I just felt like, “Ah, who cares?” I was living in Venice Beach and just enjoying life. Then I started reading these gadget blogs. Engadget was my favorite. I couldn’t stop hitting refresh on the...

How the guy who retired at age 26 wishes he hadn’t been motivated by money

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Feb 17, 2016
There’s a goal to all this isn’t there? Today’s guest hit that goal. Jon Carder built and sold a company for so much that he was able to retire at age 26. But after three months, he got bored. Bored. Imagine that. Everything we’re working to achieve ends up being boring....

Imagine getting $35,000,000.00 wired to you (Here’s how it happened to a Mixergy fan)

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Feb 3, 2016
Today’s guest started a video ad business, came close to bankruptcy. He eventually persevered and sold the business. I invited him here to talk about how he did it, to find out what he sold it for, to find out what he learned from all that process. Jay Gould was the founder of Yashi which...

GetApp’s business solution was so good that Google copied it

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Jan 18, 2016
Today’s guest realized that you could create a directory of software that businesses need. You could have ratings and reviews—and business would make buying decisions based on it. That’s it! There’s his business. Christophe Primault started the business in 2010 with a cofounder and 2015...

The startup challenges even a PROVEN entrepreneur faces

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Dec 9, 2015
In this interview you'll hear what Prompt.ly did to keep customers....

How a legendary entrepreneur sold his superstore to Barnes and Noble for $40M

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Nov 23, 2015
In 1982 today's guest pioneered the book superstore when he founded Bookstop...

How a 24-year-old sold his INC 5000 company and became an “anti-entreprenuer” – Jonathan Levi

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Oct 5, 2015
Today's guest wanted to buy auto parts online and couldn't do it properly. The process really stunk. So, he created...

How Jim Fowler sold his company to Salesforce for $175M

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Jun 12, 2015
When I started doing interviews, if there was someone I wanted to reach out to and didn't know them, I was either out of luck or...

How Will Bunker bootstrapped and sold the Internet’s first major dating site

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May 15, 2015
When I first went online, I remember talking to someone and saying, "I see your website but how are you making any money?"

How Aaron Epstein launched and sold Creative Market in only 15 months

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Apr 8, 2015
One of the coolest benefits of launching a startup after you build a community is...
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How to increase your online business’ value (To sell it for more)

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Apr 7, 2015
Want to sell your company for seven figures? That’s what one of Thomas Smale’s clients wanted, too. In fact, that’s pretty much what all of his clients want: to sell for a very specific number...

How Chuck Blakeman sold one of his businesses to the largest consumer fulfillment company in America

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Feb 13, 2015
Joining me today is a serial entrepreneur who sold his last company and after taking time off...

UGG: The Birth of a Brand

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Jan 23, 2015
How do you build a billion dollar brand if you have no marketing experience?

How a homeless musician built a successful YouTube music licensing company, with Paul Anthony

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Jan 2, 2015
Today we've got an entrepreneur here who used to be homeless and ended up building...

The father of social networking

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Dec 3, 2014
Joining me today is the father of social networking. In 1996, Andrew Weinreich founded SixDegrees, a social network that pre-dated Facebook by about 7 years. He even got the first patent on social networking...

How Paula Long co-founded a storage startup that was acquired for $1.4B

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Nov 14, 2014
When the deal was announced, it was the largest ever cash purchase of a private venture backed technology company...

How talking to every customer helped build a $250K/yr startup

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Oct 29, 2014
A few weeks ago, I wanted to know how long my customers were staying subscribed to Mixergy Premium and data like that, so I...

How a medical school dropout built and sold a bank alternative for $117M

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Sep 17, 2014
In 2009, Josh Reich founded Simple, an online replacement for traditional banking. Four years later...

How a Mixergy fan built a profitable e-commerce site

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Sep 10, 2014
Jordan Gal built and sold YCA Shops, a collection of stores that sold niche products like solar lights and hammocks. Today he runs...

How a failed musician launched and sold a company in the music industry for $25M

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Aug 11, 2014
This is the story of Mark Montgomery a musician who came to Nashville with $800 and failed to make it big as a musician. Then he found the Internet...

How a company inspired by Oprah was built and sold in four years

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Aug 4, 2014
My guest says a TV show inspired her to follow her dreams and as a result, she built and sold a company...

How Look.io was acquired by LivePerson after just 9 months

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Jun 18, 2014
Grant Miller had a good job, but he wanted to be an entrepreneur. So he worked nights and weekends at a co-working space, working on side projects...

How a founder whose great ideas kept failing finally hit a $120M payday

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Jun 11, 2014
This is the story of a bright entrepreneur with great ideas, who kept failing. And what he did that finally led him to create a company that he sold for a $120 million...

How to validate your idea by finding your own pain

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Jun 2, 2014
This is the story of a founder who built a profitable company which he sold, and he did it all because he discovered ...

How a Peace Corps volunteer found the right co-founder (and sold the company to Rackspace)

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May 26, 2014
This is the story of a woman who couldn't even use Twitter, but ended up working with a co-founder who changed her life...

How having ZERO experience actually helped the co-creators of Cranium transform the board games industry – Richard Tait

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Apr 21, 2014
After leaving Microsoft, and failing as a D.J., today's guest was lost and had "no social currency." That's when he came up with his next idea: a board game. Which led to a reported $70,000,000 dollar sale...

The guy who sold a company for $56M explains the secret of raising money

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Mar 5, 2014
In 2002, Seth Goldstein founded Majestic Research. About 8 years later, he sold it for...

How a tech-savvy immigrant built a $100 million company (After being $270,000 in debt)

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Dec 18, 2013
This veteran of the .com crash went from $270,000 in debt to a reported $100 million sale...

We found the lost Mixergy interview!

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Oct 28, 2013
I feel terrible about this. Somehow I...

Beat the GMAT: Why You Don’t Have To Be An Expert

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Oct 14, 2013
I have to tell you very, very openly sometimes when I watch people build multi-million dollar businesses online by teaching there is a part of me that says, “Maybe I should do it”. But then there’s another part of me that just pops in that goes, “Who are you to teach...

How GoViral Sold For $96.7 Million

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Oct 11, 2013
How does an ad man who's fed up with banner ads launch and sell a viral video company?

Mafia Wars: Success After Trying Everything

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Aug 28, 2013
After his previous company failed, Roger Dickey tried multiple product ideas before finding his hit...

RedBeacon: From Idea To Acquisition (In Only Three Years)

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Jun 19, 2013
How does an idea on an overseas trip turn into a business that was sold to Home Depot?

Sonicbids: Solve The Headache Of Building A Marketplace

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Jun 10, 2013
If you build a marketplace you need both sides to come...

Solid Cactus: The Exit That Caused A Founder’s Nervous Breakdown

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May 29, 2013
Today's guest says selling his business to a public company helped give him a breakdown...

CraftJack: How A Founder Who Maxed Out His Credit Cards Built A Solid, Multimillion Dollar Business

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May 17, 2013
How does a copywriter who maxed out his credit cards end up building a multimillion dollar lead business?

Input Factory, Inc.: The Loss Behind Selling A Company

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Apr 29, 2013
Did today's guest say that the lowest point was selling his company to Twitter after nine months? Wait till you hear why...

Bootstrapping Pagemodo By Taking A Loan On His Parents’ House:

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Apr 26, 2013
Sometimes people ask me how I get these fantastic interviewees on Mixergy, so I'll tell you how I met today's guest...

Wanderfly: The Surprising Way To Sell A Company

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Apr 10, 2013
How do you sell a company? Check out what today's guest did...

OKCupid’s Founder Ripped Into Me Before We Even Started This Interview

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Mar 4, 2013
...And I love it. Even though it threw me off balance at first.

iAcquire: A Back-to-Back Interview For Back-to-Back Successes

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Jan 25, 2013
In 1998, after searching for their business idea, Joe Griffin and his father hit on an idea...

Submitawebsite: “How I Launched A $3 Mil Business On A Single Geocities Page”

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Jan 23, 2013
How does a teenager who puts up tons of business ideas finally find his big hit company?

Fflick: How A Side Project Led To An Acquisition

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Jan 16, 2013
Imagine you're working on a side project and a few months later it's acquired by Google....

Outright: The Pain (And Payoff) Of Going Big

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Jan 7, 2013
This is the story of a former Quickbooks developer who launched a financial software company of his own...

Inflection: Life After A $100 Million Dollar Sale (It May Surprise You)

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Nov 9, 2012
How does a family's curiosity about its past lead to a site worth $100 million?

Whoosh Traffic: Launching A $1M Dollar Company With Birthday Money

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Oct 10, 2012
How does a founder who used her birthday money to launch a company end up selling it for over a million dollars?

Student’s Startup Earns $250,000, But He Wants Out Of It

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Aug 8, 2012
Why would a founder who did $250,000 in revenue his first year say he’d never build a similar business again? When Chris Brisson...

JamLegend: A Postmortem On The Company That Zynga Bought

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Jul 2, 2012
Today we're featuring and interview with one of the first entrepreneurs that I ever interviewed. We're going to catch up with him and find out how he built his business. We're going to find out what happened after TechCrunch put his business in the dead pool and what happened when he moved on to...

How BrandCrowd Ended Up In The Dead Pool

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Jun 29, 2012
Can credit card fraud destroy the company you built? And if your company goes into the dead pool, can it ever come back? Today's guest says it happened to him. Wait till you hear how Wes Wilson...

BOSIdna: What You Need To Know About Your Entrepreneurial DNA

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Jun 4, 2012
How will understanding your entrepreneurial DNA help you build a successful business? Joe Abraham is the founder of BOSIdna.com, an assessment platform that will help you discover your entrepreneurial DNA. Joe himself built and sold 3 companies and...

iContact Founder Returns To Mixergy After $169M Sale

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Apr 9, 2012
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...

SoftTech: A Single Observation Leads To A Successful Business

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Mar 26, 2012
How does an interest in "intellectually interesting problems" turn a founder into a successful entrepreneur, venture capitalist and a thought leader? Charles Hudson founded 3rd Power LLC, a conference business which he sold to WebMediaBrands (and I'll ask him to share the finances there). He also wrote industry-influencing reports at Inside Network. And today, he's...

Vontu: Making Big Sales In One Of The Toughest Economies

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Feb 14, 2012
How do you turn an idea into a $350 million company? In 2002, Michael Wolfe co-founded Vontu, an enterprise security company. As you'll hear, he made big sales in some of the toughest economic times. Then he...

Esoterica: How Hand-Assembled Servers Became Portugal’s Multimillion Dollar ISP

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Feb 7, 2012
This is the story of how Antonio Ferreira, along with friends he met online, hand-assembled a few servers and built a company that helped people in Portugal go online for the first time. You can tell from the headline that it has a happy ending, but how exactly did they pull it off? How did these guys who couldn't even afford decent equipment and were frequently close to failure build a multimillion dollar company? That's what you'll hear in this interview.

Wibiya: A Failure Becomes A $45 Mil Company

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Feb 6, 2012
How does a failed search engine turn into a toolbar company that sells for a reported $45 million? Dror Ceder is the co-founder of Wibiya, a platform for publishers to integrate applications into their site, through a web-based toolbar. In April 2011, he sold his company to Conduit, a company he met in a surprising way, as you'll hear soon.

wikiHow: Community-Built, Unfunded And Profitable

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Feb 3, 2012
How does an unfunded entrepreneur build a profitable wiki with 30 million unique monthly visitors? Jack Herrick is the founder of wikiHow, a wiki-based how-to manual that's written and edited by web users. Previously, he built and sold...

MustHaveMenus’ Founder Had A Big Hit You Probably Never Heard Of

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Jan 20, 2012
Today Jim Williams is known as the founder of MustHaveMenus, a menu management system for print and digital menus, but in the late 90's Jim built a company that he sold for $15 million. This is the story of how he did it.

Holler: How To Light 300 Grand On Fire & Walk Away Smiling

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Jan 5, 2012
You'd think getting another hit would be a breeze for an entrepreneur who sold his previous company for millions. It didn't turn out that way for Nick O'Neill and he's shockingly open about what happened. This is the story of...

AllFacebook: Creating A Blog Worth Millions

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Jan 4, 2012
How does a blog get sold for millions? Nick O'Neill cofounded AllFacebook.com, a blog that covered the growing Facebook ecosystem. He sold it less than 2 years later to...

The $160 Million Story

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Dec 13, 2011
How does an entrepreneur discover his profitable business model? Paul Berberian launched Raindance Communications in 1997. The company went public in 2000 and sold for $160 million in 2006. Along the way...

How Do You Grow A Hard-To-Explain Business?

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Dec 1, 2011
This is the story of a woman who launched multiple successful tech companies and a venture capital firm. In 1997, Maria Cirino co-founded i-Cube, which (2 years later) sold to Razorfish for $677 million. She followed that up in 2000 with Guardent, which (3 years after that) sold to VeriSign for $135 million. In 2006, she...

AwayFind: Get Out From Under The Minutia Of Business

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Nov 11, 2011
How do you increase your productivity so you could get more free time? That's what this interview is about. As the founder of SET Consulting, Jared Goralnick helped hundreds of companies make real productivity gains. After selling that business, he went on to launch AwayFind.com, which lets you stop checking your inbox every 5 minutes but still allows urgent emails to find you quickly by pushing them right to you with alerts.

Increase Your Conversions. Get Recurring Revenue. Sell Your Business.

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Oct 25, 2011
If you watch any of my hundreds of interviews you know that I usually have one big goal for the interview and then we spend an hour on it. But I can’t do that this time. I’ve got Anne Holland with me, the woman who...

AskMen: How To Beat A Well-Funded Competitor

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Oct 7, 2011
How do you go up against a well-funded competitor and win? Ricardo Poupada is the co-founder of AskMen. When he launched a business, a competitor raised millions and outspent AskMen. Today, the competitor is gone and AskMen is the largest lifestyle website for men. In fact...

Launching A Company With A Six-Month Ultimatum

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Sep 30, 2011
How does an entrepreneur launch a company in the front room of his home and sell it 3 years later? Today I'm interviewing Julian Hearn from the same front room that he launched his company Promotional Codes, a site that offers discounts which online buyers can use at checkout. Now, just three years later, Julian has sold Promotional Codes for millions...

Pursue Lofty Goals! Says The Entrepreneur Who Put Himself In Space

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Sep 26, 2011
How does an entrepreneur change the video game industry and become one of the world’s first space tourists? Richard Garriott started out by making his own games and selling them in ziplock plastic bags. He went on to launch 2 game companies: Origin Systems, which he sold to Electronic Arts in 1992, and Destination Games, which he sold to NCsoft. Along the way, he coined the term...

TheServerSide.com: One Man In A Booth To $6M In Revenue

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Aug 31, 2011
How does a training and consulting company generate $6 million in annual revenue? Joining me is Ed Roman, founder of TheServerSide.com, a community web site for programmers. He sold that company in 2002. I invited him to tell the story behind that business and...

Startups.com’s Founder Will Inspire You

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Aug 12, 2011
Gonzo Arzuaga grew up in a tiny city in Argentina. This is the story how books opened his eyes to opportunities he wouldn't have known existed before and enabled him to launch several successful tech companies. You'll hear how he launched GauchoNet, an internet portal for Latin America, which he sold to Terra-Lycos in 1999. You'll hear about the stunning setback he had after after. You'll hear how he recovered by launching KillerStartups, a directory of new companies. And how he went on to launch Startups.com, a deal site for startup founders.

At 15, He Sold Game Avatars. Today, He’s Selling Asia.

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Aug 9, 2011
How does selling virtual assets lead to a multimillion dollar business? Joining me direct from Hong Kong is Brendan Blumer. In 2007 he launched Accounts.net which enabled the sale of in-game avatars. Within 90 days that business did over $1 million in monthly revenue.

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