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Why Your Company Must Be A Digital Company

I bring all of this up because you and your business needs to do the same. You must be a digital business. You must have a website (a mobile friendly one). You must start to build your following on social media. You must have a newsletter. You must start blogging. You must know about and implement SEO. You must network on LinkedIn.

So, again, why should you be a digital company? Because your target market is using digital.

Curated from “You Are a Digital Company! Prepare Your Business

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I Love a Paranoid Founder

When running a business, sometimes you have to be paranoid enough to believe that someone is coming to “take your lunch.” Often that might be the only difference between failure and success.

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Starting a Business? Have a High Pain Threshold

This advice is from Elon Musk, founder of Tesla on starting a business. Check out the full video below.

“Starting a company is like eating glass and staring into the abyss”

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Don’t Worry About The Competition

This advice is for entrepreneurs and business owners to not focus on the competition. You can only control what you can control and that’s not other people or your competitors. Focus on only beating yourself. The time you take to worry about the competition can be the difference between losing and winning.

Here’s the complete video:

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How to Do Video Right on Social – Facebook

Post videos natively on Facebook or other social media sites. Don’t just cross link (e.g. from Youtube to Facebook. “Facebook is making a play to become a video platform and that means Facebook Newsfeed Algorithm is placing an enormous amount of weight on videos. (which translates to organic reach”

This comes from a LinkedIn Slideshare Post from Gary Vaynerchuck. The complete slideshare is embedded below.

 

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Why Business Fail According to Mark Cuban

This is a throwback video from Mark Cuban but the advice still rings true. Small Businesses don’t fail from lack of capital. They fail from lack of brains or lack of effort.

He also says 99% of small businesses can be start with next to no capital.