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The Naked Entrepreneur Interviews [VIDEO]

February 13, 2013 by Brad Feld

Sean Wise, a professor at Ryerson University in Toronto, has an awesome web interview series called The Naked Entrepreneur Show. Sean is the interviewer for a 45 minute studio show that is entirely produced by students at Ryerson.[read more]

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Use the Rule of Ten to Convert Social Media into Sales

February 10, 2013 by William Newman
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Is it impossible to convert social media contacts into sales? A seasoned management consultant says not so fast and shows a case of how a software client did just that.[read more]

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Webinar Replay: What Does the JOBS Act Mean for Your Small Business

August 10, 2012 by Cliff Figallo

Sponsored by... For entrepreneurs with the right strategy, this is an exciting year to launch a new business with high growth potential. Our panel of experts will show you innovative ways of finding funding including crowd funding, private investment, Internet-based campaigns, and traditional venture capital. The social web is...[read more]

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Audio Archive: Hire More Staff or Contract Out?

May 1, 2012 by Kelsey Arnold

Hire More Staff or Contract Out? A Question for Every Small Business Sponsored by... For entrepreneurs with the right strategy, this is an exciting year to launch a new business with high growth potential. Our panel of experts will show you innovative ways of finding funding including crowd funding, private investment, Internet-based...[read more]

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Audio Archive: The Revolution in Venture Funding

March 9, 2012 by Carissa Wodehouse

The Revolution in Venture Funding Sponsored by... For entrepreneurs with the right strategy, this is an exciting year to launch a new business with high growth potential. Our panel of experts will show you innovative ways of finding funding including crowd funding, private investment, Internet-based campaigns, and traditional...[read more]

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10 Steps to Boost Your Webinar Registration and Attendance

January 26, 2012 by Katie Reynolds

Have you used webinars lately to nurture your audience? They’re a great tool to engage an audience with your content and your brand – if you can get people to register and attend. It can be difficult to get very busy people to open an email and commit themselves to an hour-long webinar.[read more]

A Start-up Journey In Webinars (One Killer Feature)

May 29, 2011 by Steve Mordue
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Features are like your big nose. It makes you unique. Possibly even desirable to someone who feels they smell good. Features are the reason we initially select one person over another and also why we select one solution over another. I realize this series is probably getting very specific to what I am working on. My hope is that you can...[read more]

Building Silos in the Cloud: Insights from the SAP Influencer Summit 2010

December 13, 2010 by Peter Auditore

One the most important differences between the SAP Influencer Summit and Dreamforce’s “dreamy spiritual event” as it has been called, is that SAP’s On Demand suite will provide seamless integration with all SAP systems and its open architecture will enable easily integration with other heterogeneous systems. In the case of sales...[read more]

Social Media is Changing SMB Marketing + Hurricanes & Marine Micro Fauna

November 23, 2010 by Peter Auditore
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During the course of this year’s AMI-Partners Social Media Marketing awards presentation on November 11th in NYC, MyVenturePad received the best of class award in social media marketing demand generation. I want to thank the Social Media Today staff and all the bloggers and members of MVP for their continuing participation in this...[read more]

Does Twitter Promote Cross-Cultural Communication?

October 26, 2010 by Gaurav Mishra

I was recently quoted in a Mashable article on the culture of Twitter. As Twitter becomes mainstream, not only in the US, but also in several other countries, its changing from a community frequented by early adopters to an utility used by the masses. As Twitter becomes more of an utility, it ceases to have one community and one culture...[read more]

The Expanding Birthrate Of Web Startups

August 22, 2010 by Fred Wilson

There is a general consensus that web startups are being created at a faster rate than ever. The impact of accelerator programs like Y Combinator, Techstars, Seedcamp, and dozens more are one factor. The expanding pool of angel, seed, and super seed funds is another. And the most important factor is how cheap it is to build and launch a...[read more]

Create Your Small Business Identity Online in 3 Easy Steps

July 12, 2010 by Zahid Lilani

There are still many small businesses that haven’t embraced the world wide web, let alone social media. Are you one of them? If yes then this post is for you. Here are three easy steps that require you have a credit card and 10 minutes of free time. Step 1 Register your small business name by going to the #1 domain registrar in the...[read more]

Audio Archive: Using Twitter to Grow Your Business

July 9, 2010 by MyVenturePad Admin

This one-hour session covers how to: Establish and build your Twitter presence Use Twitter to engage and support your customers Generate leads and bring in new business using Twitter Use Twitter as part of your firm’s marketing mix Featuring: Brian Solis is author of the new book Engage, the complete guide to build, cultivate and...[read more]

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Audio Archive: Finding the Money for Growth

July 8, 2010 by MyVenturePad Admin

Featuring: Modwenna Rees-Mogg, owner and operator of AngelNews, a U.K.-based media business focused on business angels, VCs and early stage funded companies. Jim Estill, a partner in Canrock Ventures, an early stage technology venture fund, who previously started a technology distribution company from the trunk of his car and grew it...[read more]

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Audio Archive: Using LinkedIn to Grow Your Business

April 21, 2010 by MyVenturePad Admin

Featuring... Anita Campbell is Founder and CEO of Small Business Trends, an online community touching over 300,000 small business owners each month. The site has been named to the Forbes Best of the Web in 2005 and 2008, and received recognition from the Wall Street Journal and MSNBC television, among others. Anita was voted “Most...[read more]

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Audio Archive: Using Facebook to Grow Your Business

February 10, 2010 by MyVenturePad Admin

Our panelists: Clara Shih is the author of the newly released bestseller, The Facebook Era: Tapping Online Social Networks to Build Better Products, Reach New Audiences, and Sell More Stuff about Facebook and Twitter for business, which has been featured in The New York Times, Fast Company, CRM Magazine, and is being used as a...[read more]

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Globalizing Your Small Business

June 3, 2008 by MyVenturePad MyVenturePad
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Originally aired Wednesday, May 28, 2008 For any small or medium enterprise, going global can lead to a world of issues. Technology is essential, but it's just the price of admission to global markets. What advice does Hans-Peter Klaey, President of Global SME for SAP, have for small and medium enterprises looking to go global? What...[read more]

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Growing Pains: Is Your Business Software Dragging You Down?

May 15, 2008 by MyVenturePad MyVenturePad

Originally presented Monday, May 5, 2008 2PM EDTBarbara Weltman Leading Author and Publisher of Big Ideas for Small Business Manju Bansal  Director, Solution Marketing, SAP Labs Dennis Howlett   Prominent blogger and accounting software expert, AccMan // [read more]

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Recession-Proof Your Business

March 28, 2008 by MyVenturePad MyVenturePad

Originally presented Friday, February 22, 2008 Barbara Weltman, the nation's leading authority on small business, and Chad Moutray, chief economist and director of economic research, U.S. Small Business Administration, Office of Advocacy, share their insight about the most productive ways to protect your small business from a recession....[read more]