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Tools, links and services we found this week
Fiverr - a marketplace where people all manner of services for $5. There are some really interesting offers for business and pretty entertaining read.
Onepage – interactive one page business cards for the web. You can create a page that lists all of the ways to contact you and then embed the card in multiple pages.
ccMixter – a Creative Commons music tool – Find exactly the music you’re looking for to use in videos, podcasts and more using dig.ccMixter Music Discovery tool.
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The Easiest Way to Create a Podcast
By John Jantsch
I’ve been interviewing really smart people on a weekly basis for about five years now. In the process, I've found that a podcast is a great platform to get my interviews to the public. Podcasts have benefitted me in content creation, introductions and page views. Read the rest at AMEX OPENForum
Posts from my personal blog reader
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Social Media Buzz
Listening to the conversation online
How to Use Twitter to Turn Up Leads and Opportunities
The combination of Google and Twitter now allows you to create very powerful searches and alerts to help you filter out 99% of the information that doesn’t directly apply to your focus while zeroing in on the leads and opportunities that pay. from businessforums.verizon
Trends in Small Business
Business Planning Isn’t About Pages
Somebody asked me about a one-page business plan. That’s a fashionable idea, and can certainly be a useful exercise. from timberry