Sports Coverage From Fans

David Nemetz and his high school buds grew up in Silicon Valley getting their sports info from But the mainstream site was, well, mainstream. Where, they muttered, were the reports on mixed martial arts? So after college, the foursome pooled close to $100,000 from their families to hire software developers to create an “open-source”

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Lifelines For Your Start-Up

photo credit: David Sifry You’ve made the decision to start your own business, you have your great idea, your awesome business plan and now your sitting there waiting for the investors to agree, waiting to be able to put all of your hard worked plans into motion. Starting a business can be tough especially in

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Pooh’s Guide to Blogging

photo credit: truello Given that the happiness and feelings of his friends are Pooh’s chief concern (other than honey, that is), he’d likely build a strong community as a blogger. Here are six social media lessons we can all learn from the lovable bear who’s stuffed with fluff. ●You cant stay in your corner of

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Stop Avoiding Research

r photo credit: bravenewtraveler Businesses who spend just a little time with one action doing research can make all the difference in the world in their business. Spending this little bit of time on research can mean the difference of winning or losing, staying open for business or putting lock’s on your business doors. So

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