15 Print & Online Magazines for Online Entrepreneurs

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Inc.com – A wealth of daily resources for the entrepreneur. Inc. gives detailed, step-by-step guidelines for starting and maintaining any kind of business. Readers can receive articles that are relevant to current times and feature stories that inspire strategies and approaches for good growth. It really is a one-stop shop for those doing business. With blogs, templates and tools, newsletters and Inc.tv (a video channel that highlights stories of successful businesses), the entire Inc.com experience is practically made to order.


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Groupon Makes Coupons Cool Again

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Graphic from the magnificent Oatmeal

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How to Create Effective YouTube SEO

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YouTube is the biggest search engine in the United States, with over 24 hours of video uploaded every minute and over 2 billion video views a day. A lot of companies think they are ahead of the mark when it comes to social media and video simply because they are uploading videos to YouTube. However, without proper SEO of video title, description, and keywords (along with profile information), your videos may fail to garnish large amounts of view and traffic.

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Google Hotpot: Google’s Answer to Yelp

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google hotpot

Google Hotpot is the latest rating and location-based portal, based on your Google Search history of places you have looked up and reviewed previously on Google Places and new searches done from Hotpot.
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UPDATE: Comment to Donate $1 To SAFEHOME, A Domestic Violence Shelter

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UPDATE: After tallying the totals, I will be donating $30 to SAFEHOME. Thanks for everyone for participating!
Every year on my blogs I do a charity drive called Cans for Comments. Many blogs donate cans of food to food banks, but last year I mixed it up a bit and did something more along the lines of “pounds of dog food for comments”. I donated the equivalent amount of money it would take to donate a certain amount of dog food to Kansas City’s largest no-kill shelter, Wayside Waifs. I try to donate to a local non-profit organization that makes a big difference in my area.This year, I’m please to announce that I will be donating all my ‘comments’ to SAFEHOME, a domestic violence shelter in my town of Overland Park, a suburb of Kansas City...
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