16 year old who makes $6500 a month

Donny Ouyang, a 16 year old CEO who reveals how he is earning over $6,500 a month! He talks about how he earns 3 times as much as the average adult, got a $25,000 loan from the bank and the future for his business!



December 12, 2008 at 7:13 pm 6 comments

Bankrate.com Acquires 2 year old blog for $15Million

This is one of the craziest stories I haev read

Johns Wu sold his blog for $15 Million. Wu gets $12.4 million up front, with another $2.5 million possible earnout over the next 12 months. Johns Wu started the website in July of 2006, so he has been blogging at Bankaholic for about 2.5 years now so that means that he was 19 when he started and now he is 21 .. See Press Conference link below


December 12, 2008 at 7:05 pm 4 comments

Make Real Money with your Youtube Videos

Mr. Williams, who counts about 180,000 subscribers to his videos, said he was earning $17,000 to $20,000 a month via YouTube. Half of the profits come from YouTube’s advertisements, and the other half come from sponsorships and product placements within his videos, a model that he has borrowed from traditional media.


December 12, 2008 at 3:33 pm 1 comment

How to get advertisers on your blog/vlog?

This guy is brilliant .. I like his approach


December 6, 2008 at 6:21 pm Leave a comment

Top 10 Tips To Get Your Startup Noticed.


Here is an excerpt below but visit the site above t see the whole article

Getting your startup noticed is one of the most essential steps in building a successful online brand. You can have the coolest app/site in the world, but if no one knows about it, well, you’re out of luck. Luckily, promoting your startup isn’t the mysterious and magical process some marketers will have you think. When it comes to online promotion, there are several easy, yet time-consuming steps you can take to get noticed online.

  1. Submit Your Site To Relevant Resources– This is a no-brainer, but it is absolutely essential. Find sites that cover what you do, and submit your site there. Some easy ones:

December 6, 2008 at 2:39 am 2 comments

Australia’s top web 2.0 entrepreneurs


Kettle Chris My247

Chris Kettle – My247 (with Andrew Leask)


Kettle (at right) developed the idea for web and mobile-based entertainment information service in 1999. After working for a period at the Queensland power company Energex, he began building the business for real in 2003.


In 2005, My247 received its first round of capital, and Kettle is looking to another round now to fund its international growth. Already My247 has added 750,000 restaurants, bars, clubs and other entertainment venues to its online and mobile listings service, covering Britain, the US and Canada in addition to its original listings from Australia.


Interest is high, and a recent application for the Apple iPhone has exceeded expectations with more than 6000 downloads in 55 countries in just weeks of release.


marc lehmann

Marc Lehmann – SaaSu (with Grant Young)


Marc Lehmann (pictured) had been working in finance at Deutsche Bank when he saw his opportunity. Having seen the potential of the internet for delivering financial information, he also noticed that many of the smart financial guys he was working with were too busy to do their own accounting.


There was an opportunity to combine the two, and together with web developer Grant Young he created an online accounting service, SaaSu. He is now on the verge of bringing on a major investor that he says will significantly reshape the business, adding sales and marketing expertise and providing funding to move more into international markets.


In September this year, SaaSu experienced its best month for both revenue and new customer sign-ups, with 46% of new business revenue now coming from offshore.

See the whole article  http://www.smartcompany.com.au/Premium-Articles/Top-Story/20081027-Australias-top-web-20-entrepreneurs.html

October 30, 2008 at 4:14 am 1 comment

Are You a Hustler?

Jermaine Griggs, who made millions teaching people how to play the piano online, grew up in the ghetto. Because his family struggled for money, he had a hunger to make money. At the age of twelve he signed up to be an Avon sales representative, while other men probably would not have done this due to the fear of being made fun of. Jermaine’s attitude towards making money, and his courage to ignore what others thought of him, helped him create a three million dollar company…all while he was in college.


October 22, 2008 at 3:46 am 3 comments

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