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Blogging safely

A few days ago, I realised that a person from WorkBoxers had linked to me, so naturally I checked out their site. Unfortunately, although Jamsi from the site did praise Blogtrepreneur, he was more concerned about my blogging safety. I’m not sure how he managed to research this, but he had noticed that my email […]

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Schools out for summer!

Well after a gruelling Physics exam this morning, I’m over-the-moon to say that I’m officially on Summer Holidays. Yay! This time I’ve got over 2 and a half months to really focus on my entrepreneurial dreams and to start building my internet empire. I think the best idea now, is to make a plan of […]

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Case Study: Walamu

I was browsing through the Mind Petals network today and I found out about a brilliant new idea dreamt up by Rohail Rizvi. As a student he used to find that he was constantly stressing over buying text books for his classes. I’m sure many of you have the same difficulties – even if you’re […]

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The power of branding your business well

In my opinion, one of the most important aspect of a company is their name and logo. Whenever you walk into a supermarket or a shop, you are greeted with hundreds upon hundreds of companies each with their own different logos and customer appeals. These companies make their packaging appealing to the eye, have slogans […]

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Thankyou

I’ve been a little caught up lately with the launch of Blogtrepreneur.com, so I really want to take a moment to step-back and thank a few people for their help in getting Blogtrepreneur off the ground. Firstly and most importantly to Matt from www.mandladventures.com who designed and coded the whole site. I “met” Matt through […]

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Making the most of your Entrepreneurial talent

Well this is officially my first post on Blogtrepreneur.com, and I would like to take the opportunity to focus on the real benefits of being an entrepreneur. Recently, I have seen many people claiming to teach entrepreneurship. Although I agree that the skills involved in being an entrepreneur can be taught, manipulated and improved, I […]

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