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    I invited Mark Magnacca to Mixergy for a second time so he could go into more depth about the ideas behind his book “So What?” and show us they’d apply to web sites.

    To help illustrate his message, he put together a series of slides and gave feedback on Mixergy viewer’s web sites. (You can download the deck below.)

    http://mixergy.com/so-what-mark-magnacca/

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    This is the story of two brothers who took on the established entertainment industry, succeeded for a while — and then almost went out of business when the dot com market crashed. And it’s the story of how they rebuilt their business and became one of the most celebrated digital entertainment studios.

    It’s the story of JibJab. Co-founder Gregg Spiridellis came to Mixergy to tell you how he and his brother Evan built their company.

    If you’re running an internet company, this story will inspire you AND teach you how to hustle for every piece of business.

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    Lee LeFever had a talent for explaining tough concepts, so he built a company that makes and sells explainer videos. Common Craft, the business he founded and runs with his wife, has been used by companies like Google and Twitter to help potential customers understand their new products. I invited him to Mixergy because I’m fascinated by how companies make money by selling content in a world where…

    http://mixergy.com/lee-lefever-common-craft/

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    When my mentor heard that, he said, “Andrew you should interview him.” But I was hesitant because I worried it might come across as too self-promotional. Then he said, “People want to see how viewers are using what they’re learning. At least try it once and see how it goes.” So that’s what we’re doing.

    And to make sure that this interview helps you get the kind of measurable results that Gabriel got, he and I went over specific tactics he learned from Mixergy, how he applied them and how you can use them in your business to get similar results.

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    Somehow, as Luke Burgis raced to build his business, he ended up selling fitness bars, cereal, pet supplements and sexual enhancement products. At the same time, he found himself running an online message board and a YouTube-like video site. Lack of focus is a big reason why Fit Fuel had to shut down. It sounds nuts as you read it, but…

    http://mixergy.com/postmortem-fit-fuel-luke-burgis/

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