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Economics – My First Few Lessons

Never in my whole life have I loved a subject as much as Economics. Even before the school year started I was anticipating this topic the most and it sure hasn’t let me down! Already I’ve learnt so much about the business world that I thought I’d give you a taster of what I’ve been […]

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5 Ways To Piss Off An Entrepreneur

I’ve been meaning to write this post for quite some time, but now that Problogger Darren Rowse has posted up his latest Group Writing Project I thought I’d put fingers to keyboard and start typing. What’s more exciting is that there are $1800 worth of prizes to be won in this project, so hopefully if […]

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Mistakes Happen – Ask Tiger

I’ve been looking forward to this weekend for a long time. Ask any golf fans in this part of the UK as well and they would tell you that this Saturday and Sunday would be special. Today is the final of the HSBC World Matchplay at Wentworth and all of the top pros were going […]

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Pay Per Link – Websites and Blogs

I wanted to finish the small series I started which opened with Pay Per Article and Pay Per Post on Forums. The main aim of this series was to show entrepreneurs and online webmasters that there are other ways to make money online away from the stereotypical Adsense, Amazon and affiliate programs. In this post, […]

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An Apology To My Readers

Yesterday while I was doing my normal internet errands (checking my newsfeeds, latest posts from my favourite websites, stats, etc), I noticed that I hadn’t been contacted using my contact page ever from Blogtrepreneur readers. I thought this was a bit odd, as I was pretty sure at least one or two people would be […]

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Tubetorial.com – Hot or Not?

Not long ago I heard of a site called Tubetorial.com that was going to be putting free videos online about Internet Marketing, Web Development and Legalities. Today it launched and I’ll be reviewing whether it was worth the hype or whether it fell short of the mark. When I initially saw the design for TT.com […]

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