Three “No Brainers” Many New Entrepreneurs Fail to Realize

This guest post comes from good friends who created and are now marketing a game that helps young children learn to read. My wife and I consider ourselves well educated business people. We collectively have 25 years of real world business experience. Yet, when we began our entrepreneurial adventure to create sight word games, we […]

Published or Updated: April 16, 2014

Online Payment Processing Options for Small Businesses

This post comes from good friends of mine who recently designed, manufactured, and are now marketing an educational board game that helps children learn to read. In prior posts about how to start a business, they shared their experiences from the early stages of their entrepreneurial adventure to develop Er-u-di-tion, an educational sight words game […]

Published or Updated: May 19, 2011

Anatomy of a $15 Million Blog

A few months ago a WordPress blog run by one person, Johns Wu, sold for nearly $15 million. The blog is called Bankaholic, and it was purchased by BankRate. The response within the blogging community can be summed up in a single word–shock. The sale was reported on ProBlogger, who had this to say: If […]

Published or Updated: March 22, 2012

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