25 and starting up

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25 and starting up: my inspiration, business lessons and reads.

A Fashion Blogger’s Guide to using “Nofollow” Links

When should you tag your links nofollow? What if a company who wants to pay you for text links or to write a post specifically asks you to follow their links instead of use the nofollow attribute on them? These are questions that come up all the for bloggers who are interested in monetizing their content, and Google has some pretty clear guidelines:

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11 Ways to Stay Focused This Summer (Even Though You’d Rather Be at the Beach)
Summer is the perfect time for your startup team to unwind — while still working.
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— 6 days ago
7 things you can (legally) steal from successful companies

The essence of innovation and the foundation of many start-ups are to imitate and adapt from existing concepts. New ideas are mostly incremental improvements of past ideas, just as we as a biological species have evolved improvements over centuries.

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— 1 week ago
This Trick Made Me $18,000 in 7 Seconds
This simple negotiating technique ensures that you get paid what you and your product are worth.
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— 1 week ago
10 Simple Laws of Business Success

If my son or daughter were to ask me, “Dad, what do I really need to know in order to be really successful in business?”, here’s exactly what I’d tell them:

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— 7 months ago with 5 notes
Dutch: 5 tips voor een betere speech

Grijp een strandganger bij de lurven of oefen voor een werknemer. Er valt vast nog wel wat te verbeteren aan je presentatievaardigheden. Vijf tips die je helpen een effectieve speech te geven.   

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— 8 months ago with 1 note
10 Tips for Designing Your Own Logo, Even If You Don’t Know How

Your logo is a big part of your brand. We talk about things like your voice, your mission, etc. that’s also part of your brand, but your logo is literally your mark. Brands spend literally millions on their logos because it has such a huge impact on how people perceive their brand. Chanel, Coca Cola, Nike, FedEx, Apple, I don’t have to show you a picture for you to know their logo, right? Yeah, that’s because they have great logos.

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— 8 months ago with 1 note