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General business information

Small business information

Christian business associations

Web marketing and web business practices

Building a website:

Building a website

Social media marketing:

General business videos

General business resources

Miscellaneous general financial and business websites:



Local economic development

Entrepeneurial economy/crowdfunding vs. Corporate welfare and FIRE economy

"Businesses that make up the FIRE economy include banks and credit unions, credit card companies, insurance agencies, mortgage brokers, investment brokerages, real estate agencies, hedge funds and more."[2]


Crowdfunding courses

Crowdfunding articles

Overseas crowdfunding

Great places to do business and live

Leverage, outsourcing, freelance and working abroad

Leverage, outsourcing, freelance and working abroad

Thought leadership marketing


Marketing research

Blog/website promotion marketing


Various niches:

Marketing a service/product

Marketing strategies and tactics

Branding and brand repositioning


Asking questions:

Spreading ideas

Changes in marketing

Publicity and newsworthiness

Public relations in combination with other types of marketing as far a influencing public

Book marketing/publishing

Writing a book to market your expertise

Small business and internet marketing

Internet economy and small business people

In 2011, CNN Money recently wrote:

- "While the Internet's impact has also killed some jobs, it creates about 2.6 jobs for every one destroyed"

- "Companies using the Internet with a high intensity grow twice as quickly as low-intensity Web companies, export twice as much as they do, and create more than twice as many jobs."

- "In the United States alone, the Internet drove 15% of the country's economic growth between 2004 and 2009"

Independent internet workers vs. other workers:

In November of 2011, CNBC reported:

"MBO Partners found just the opposite. Nearly 80 percent of independent workers in the survey say they are highly satisfied (58 percent) or satisfied (21 percent) with their work situation; just 11 percent are dissatisfied. Only 19 percent plan on looking for a traditional job in the next 24 months. Instead, 63 percent plan to continue as independent workers; 12 percent say they want to build their operations into businesses with employees."

In 2010, the popular news website The Week reported that only 45% of workers reported liking their jobs, so clearly independent workers are much happier with their working life than the average worker.

Entrepreneur marketing articles


Various videos:

Sales trainers:

Schools of selling:

Sales process steps:

Selling a service:

Social media





Crowdfunding: How to articles:

Crowdfunding charities:

Crowdfunding legislation:

Equity crowdfunding

Online advertising

Principles of getting results plus business tips - various speakers and writers

Jim Rohn:

Earl Nightengale:

Brian Tracy:

Omar Periu:

Work and business

Best places to work and live

Working overseas

Difficult places to live

Recession/depression resistance businesses

Matterhorn - "Get your eyes up. This is your dream. You are - on top of the Matterhorn." - Alfons, the climbing guide [1]

Recession/depression resistance businesses and low cost businesses:

Recession resistant businesses:

High profit businesses:

Hot business or career areas


Overseas business opportunities:

Weight loss business:

Reseller/Distributorship opportunities:

Reseller/Distributorship opportunities

Business tips

Marketing/public relations:

Unconventional business tips

Unconventional business tips

Speakers and Speeches

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Jim Rohn:

Various recommended books and resources

3 Books recommended by Inc.:

Excellent business/ performance related books:

Glenn Beck recommended books:

Human events interview and interesting book:

Seth Godin

Christian professional and personal development organizations

Other Professional development companies

Audiobook business book summaries

Business books and miscellaneous books

Business books and miscellaneous books

Pete Williams - best books - Noise reduction report

10 popular business/money books

Startup advice

Best business videos

Mark Joyner marketing/sales/business books

Best business books

Getting in contact with decision makers

100 best business books of all time

Internet business books

Amazon best business books

2012 best business books

2011 best business books

Miscellaneous business people and books

Dan Schawbel:


Personal productivity tools

Time tracking software:

Project management



Mindmapping (visual outline)

Collaborative mindmaps"

Thought office software - innovation software:



Free reports:

Personal productivity tips and apps

Spell checking and grammar checking software solutions and browser addons

Web writers