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3 Ways Your Website Can Promote Success Before and After Crowdfunding Campaigns

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Crowdfunding? 3 Ways Your Website Can Promote Success Before and After the Campaign Crowdfunding has become a viable source of startup funding for entrepreneurs. Over $2.2 Billion dollars has been pledged to the 100,000+ crowdfunding campaigns on Kickstarter  since the platform opened for business April 28, 2009. Crowdfunding platforms like Indiegogo, GoFundMe, RocketHub and a […]

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How to Find Discounted Kindle Versions of Books You’ve Purchased on Amazon via Matchbook Program

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Million Dollar Website Kindle Version Only $1.99 in Amazon Matchbook Program Get Million Dollar Websites Kindle version for only $1.99 when purchase (or have already purchased) the book through Amazon.com . What is the Kindle Matchbook Program? Kindle Matchbook enables book publishers to offer a discounted Kindle version of their book to people who have […]

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Entrepreneur Magazine Features Tips from Million Dollar Websites Author Rebecca Murtagh

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Rebecca Murtagh Shares Website Tips in Entrepreneur.com Interview Daniel Bortz interviewed Million Dollar Websites author Rebecca for Entrepreneur.com . Daniel asked Rebecca to share tips for startup entrepreneurs on how to maximize the ‘About Us’ page of a website to promote clicks and engagement with a startup, or any business or brand. The final piece […]

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#SocialPR Secrets Google+ Hangout with Lisa Buyer

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How do you leverage PR, social media, search engines, and website content to elevate visibility of a brand? #SocialPRSecrets of course! The Million Dollar Website Google+ Community Hangout today was centered around the relationship between #SEO, Social Media and PR when guest expert Lisa Buyer, author of “Social PR Secrets” joins Rebecca Murtagh for a […]

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