Posts Tagged ‘existing ideas’


Transforming an “Ordinary” Business to an Extraordinary Moneymaking Machine

June 27th, 2010 by Rob

One of the key lessons from Dan Kennedy’s “How to Make Millions With Your Ideas” is that it is very difficult to make money from as-yet-unseen, revolutionary products or services. After all, how do you even know that a real market exists for your new idea? A more low risk alternative is to make an […]

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Small Business Ideas and Consumer Trends

June 21st, 2010 by Rob

In addition to trendwatching.com I have recently been using a number of other resources to identify emerging consumer and business trends. springwise, coolbusinessideas and killerstartups utilise “spotters” around the globe to provide daily updates on recent business startups. The latter site is focused on internet businesses. I’ve added these sites into my Google Reader (still […]

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Stop and “Begin”

June 1st, 2010 by Rob

Stop trying to find the perfect business idea, just pick one and “begin”. This is a very inspirational post:

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First Mover Advantage?

May 16th, 2010 by Rob

One recurring theme which I read about is the number of successful entrepreneurs who advise going into an established market rather than trying to come up with a brand new unique business idea.  Clearly, marketing a new product or entering a very immature market can be extremely profitable if you get it right and obtain […]

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