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Cool Startups - TeachStreet.Com

Submitted by Dmitri Davydov on Wed, 2008-05-14 09:24.
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Lifelong learners are always in search of new classes to take, but finding them isn't always easy. TeachStreet is a new website dedicated to helping teachers and students connect.

Unusual Business Ideas That Work: Make Money Naming Domains

Submitted by Dmitri Davydov on Tue, 2008-05-13 08:14.
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PickyDomains.Com is a perfect example of how to turn one’s talent into a profitable business. With ever expanding Internet and tens of millions existing websites, finding an available domain name that’s not already taken by cybersquatters can be a real nightmare.

But one man’s problem is another man’s solution. Rather than to shell out hundreds or thousands of dollars for a domain name on the aftermarket, an increasing number of web entrepreneurs turn to professional “domain namers??.

Money From 'Ex-cessories'

Submitted by Dmitri Davydov on Mon, 2008-05-12 07:32.
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Most women have some: earrings, necklaces, rings or other jewelry given to them by an ex-boyfriend. Once treasured, the items become an irritating post-breakup reminder of a relationship gone bad. Fortunately, a new site offers a place to unload such relics from the past:

How Stay-at-Home Moms

Submitted by Dmitri Davydov on Fri, 2008-05-09 08:56.
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Lots of employers would like to be able to hire cheap, temporary teams of seasoned pros with experience managing $2 billion investment portfolios, running ad campaigns or earning Ph.D.s in neuroscience.

But few know the secret to finding temps of that caliber: Look on playgrounds and at PTA meetings.

Cool Startups - AdsSpy.Com

Submitted by Dmitri Davydov on Wed, 2008-05-07 09:46.
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Great ideas for startups are often quite accidental. When SEOQuake tech guys indexed most sites in the internet, they were stuck with a load of information. Among them, whether or not a site runs any contextual advertisement through Google Adsense, Yahoo Publisher Network, Chitika or Amazon.Com. This was easily determined by presence or absence of code that had a Publisher ID for one of the networks.

Quite Possibly, The Best Article On Affiliate Marketing Ever Written

Submitted by Dmitri Davydov on Fri, 2008-05-02 09:20.
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Get this – even if you don’t finish reading this post and don’t click a single link, I’ll still make 10 cents off you. That’s because the post has eCPM of a little over $100, meaning I get hundred bucks for every 1000 impressions (as long as most traffic comes from US). I’ve actually tested this post for two weeks on my other blog that deals with weird business ideas and eCPM there was in the $96-$112 range.

Do Online Reputation Management Services Work?

Submitted by Dmitri Davydov on Thu, 2008-05-01 09:28.
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Google the name of your company right now. See anything you don't like? If you do, at least a dozen services promise they can make it disappear.

An industry of online fixers is sprouting to defend clients against damaging information on the Web. With potential customers increasingly heading online to research products and services, bad reviews or complaints that turn up in a search can mean lost business. Reputation management services promise to highlight positive pages and bury offending sites deep in search results.

New Twist On Selling Ideas Online

Submitted by Dmitri Davydov on Sat, 2008-04-26 19:05.
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Small businesses looking to find a hot idea -- or trying to sell a hot idea to a big company -- are about to get some help.

RapidRepair.Com Success Story

Submitted by Dmitri Davydov on Wed, 2008-04-23 19:12.
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Four years ago, when Ben Levy broke his iPod after tinkering with it, he began searching online forums for a solution. What he discovered, however, was that many people were in the same boat and Apple's warranty often didn't cover certain repairs, or they were very costly.

How To Make Half A Million Dollars A Year With A Free Book Exchange Site

Submitted by Dmitri Davydov on Tue, 2008-04-22 10:13.
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Like some of the luckiest people in high tech, John Buckman made a mint on his first company and now dabbles in passion projects.

But one of his latest companies may prove he's more than just lucky, at least if you buy the Silicon Valley adage: Strike it rich once, you're lucky. Twice, you're smart.
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