Young people have always been able to see things in new and innovative ways.
Lately, they’ve been taking that vision and founding businesses.
The trend took off with Steve Jobs and Bill Gates, who founded Apple and Microsoft in 1976 at the age of 21. Then came Mark Zuckerberg, who programmed Facebook while still a student at Harvard University and became a billionaire by the age of 23.
This list of ten young entrepreneurs is full of bright minds that will be re-imagining the world in 2014 — and none of them are older than 23.Click Here To Continue Reading
Teaching a concept or process through a video tutorial is one of the single most valuable types of online content. It’s an easy and effective for your audience to learn a new skill. Video tutorials are sure to attract new followers and convince your current one’s that you’re serious about providing them the best content possible.
Creating a quality video tutorial doesn’t have to be difficult. It’s actually possible to create an adequate tutorial in ten minutes, no video editing required.
I’ll teach you how to do that — and I’ll also give more in-depth information for those who are ready to dig in and really create a top-caliber video. That means how to prepare for your video, tips on recording, getting your audio right, and how to best edit, upload, and publish your video online.Click Here To Continue Reading
You know about Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook) and Jack Dorsey (Twitter). But what about the guy who’s in charge of the platform that powers “18.9% of the top 10 million websites”?
That would be Matt Mullenweg, the 29-year-old at the heart of WordPress. With 60 million websites built with WordPress (including this one), it is by far the most popular blogging platform in the world.
From the beginning, Mullenweg has done business differently: WordPress was open-sourced , which means that the code was free to be developed by anybody who wanted to contribute. Mullenweg is also a vocal advocate of distributed work and 130 of Automattic’s 150 employees work outside of their San Francisco headquarters.
Let’s dig in and find out who Matt Mullenweg is, with an eye or learning from his innovative business strategies and productive work habits.Click Here To Continue Reading
Michael Dunlop was a teenager when he started a website called WebDesignDev.com. Over four years, he grew it to nearly 200,000 monthly visitors. Then he sold the site for $22,000 so that he could move out of his parents’ house.
Michael agreed to sit down with me for a half hour and discuss his top ten traffic tips.Click Here To Continue Reading
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