Gary Vaynerchuk: Want to get advertisers on your blog/vlog? Go and GET IT!

Yesterday, Seth Godin explained marketing in an easy way, today it’s Gary Vaynerchuk answering the question he gets several times a day: How to get advertizers for your blog?

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Seth Godin: Tribes

As always, Seth Godin has the ability to explain the complex world of marketing in a funny and jaw-dropping way. This is his new talk about his book "Tribes".


Seth Godin on Tribes via Mixergy from Andrew Warner on Vimeo

Thanks to PresentationZen and Mixergy for this great video. There’s also an audio version available at Mixergy.

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Timothy Ferriss: Aim For The Impossible

In the last couple of days, Timothy Ferriss received a lot of attention from bloggers for his book "The 4-Hour workweek". This is his talk at DO Lectures, explaining how he achieved his success.

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Paddy Hirsch: Financial Crisis 101 – CDOs explained

If you never understood what the financial crisis is all about, Marketplace Senior Editor Paddy Hirsch explains it in six minutes.

And again, found at PresentationZen.

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Paul Collier: 4 ways to improve the lives of the “bottom billion”

And again a talk at TED in my Blog Action Day Week:

Paul Collier proposes a simple idea to help poorer countries develop by comparing the help for those countries in Africa to post-war Europe.

Please take a look at the right side of the post. Kiva is a micro-lending organization recommended by the Blog Action Day site. It helps people in poor countries to get a small business running by organizing a small loan from people in richer countries. If you want to learn more about Kiva, please visit their site.

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