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eMinutes is Forming 500 Free Corporations for First-time Entrepreneurs

By Under30CEO For nearly twenty years, the lawyers at eMinutes have formed corporations for A-list celebrities, musicians, and athletes. Now, eMinutes has embarked on a mission to form 500 free corporations for first-time entrepreneurs. Free means free. eMinutes is even paying the filing fees. For first-time entrepreneurs who have not yet formed a corporation, eMinutes […]

By on June 7, 2012


Be the Star of Your Own Business

By Aaron Benay The great playwright and screenwriter David Mamet once said: “Life in the movie business is like the beginning of a new love affair: it’s full of surprises, and you’re constantly getting f*cked.” After more than 10 years in the entertainment business, I understand why Mamet won a Pulitzer—because his observations are not […]

By on May 6, 2012


Get Messy . . . so you can clean it up.

By Brandon Broadstone Design is a process of creativity that functions with ingenuity. Sometimes, the regular routine creates the best work. Other times, design requires mixing it up. Hitting some extremes. Getting very, very messy, and then coming back to reality to clean it up. In the world of design, getting messy is simple: it’s […]

By on April 6, 2012


3 Steps to the Sales Pitch: Leading With You

By Chris Donaldson If I knew anything about boxing, I might say that you play to your opponent. You study his moves. You examine his strengths. You look for weaknesses. You know opportunity. But I don’t know anything about boxing. What I do know is that most sales and marketers don’t lead with the ‘you’, […]

By on March 13, 2012


Should You Ever Work for Free?

By Linda Haynes If you’re an entrepreneur, a freelancer, or a start-up, you’ll know how important it is to win new business and make lasting working relationships. Networking is now as important as advertising in terms of generating ongoing success for any venture. We’ve all had certain jobs or contracts that we feel we’ve not […]

By on February 3, 2012


Is Niche Blog Marketing a Potential Goldmine?

By Linda Haynes Have you ever been browsing the web, perhaps searching for something in particular, and come across a site that seems to be plastered in ads? It likely has the information you’re looking for, but also seems to have caught a bad case of advert measles. That’s what certain members of the SEO […]

By on January 6, 2012


The Business of Happiness

By Henna Merchant We are all in the business of happiness, no matter the means. We make our daily living by serving others and delivering value to others. Most of us know this regardless of education or experience, but as someone who operates a service-based business, my job is to help others be aware of […]

By on December 2, 2011


Performance-Based Marketing Models

A seismic shift is underway in the advertising world, placing more power in the hands of the advertiser.

By on September 8, 2011


Mental Athletes Need Good Nutrition Too

Physical athletes understand the nutrition/performance connection. Creatives, not so much. Well-fueled brains are a crucial creativity tool.

By on August 10, 2011


Making the Most of Events

Simple and effective tips to help you get the most out of attending events.

By on July 8, 2011