StartVids: Mark On Life After Facebook And SEO 101

September 15, 2010

Mark Zuckerberk Interview At Tyap.com

Geek superhero, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg spilling the beans about the hottest social network in the game. This guy is remarkable for starting his own company from scratch, using old computer parts and 85$ a month, and should be taught as a case study in the Ive League schools-“How To Make A Billion, Bootstrap-Style”.

Basic SEO At WebBizIdeas.com

SEO’s simple. This basic tutorial shows you just how much so.Ā  By using a clear presentation and a simple, small words, Jeff explains how Meta tags and Link Building can improve your brand’s visibility, reliability, and awareness of the public towards it, with just a bit of work for a great ROI. No to disgruntle all of you SEO experts out there-I know this is not easy šŸ™‚

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StartVids: Think Like A MovieMaker and 2 Factors For Internet Business Sucess

July 27, 2010

PIXELS By Patrick Jean

The reason I’m putting this terrific short movie here (besides the fact that it is terrific)Ā  is because of the story behind it: This smart, smart individual, took his love for film-making and 8-bit games he played in his childhood, and went all KipKay on the subject to produce this great piece. It generated him tens of offers from Hollywood studios, and we’ll see him soon at movie credits. Go Patrick, that’s entrepreneurship.

Yaro Starak At Yaro.tv

Yaro Starak from enterperneurship-journey describes from scratch what people are missing when marketing their site online-elaborating on two specific issues: A site is time-consuming and traffic building is hard-while pretty obvious, seems to be more than just left out but completely forgotten by internet marketers. Rock on, Internet Marketers, but watch this great video. Enjoy.


StartVids: Money Handling and Manipulation Sensation

July 25, 2010

Mint’s promotional video-3 Principles Of Personal Finance

Mint’s founder Aaron Patzer explains the three most important principles of money saving for the “common people”-which applies, surprisingly, to the growing amount of start-up entrepreneurs today. Super-snappy and self-explanatory.

Facebook COO on Facebook Redesign

Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook COO, shows tremendous charisma and spin ability as she makes the nonsupporting crowd listen like little children as she lays her terrific praise on the Facebook redesign. An example of a terrific spin doctor, utilizing simple rhetorical tools to manipulate the situation to her benefit-cool. very cool.


StartVids: Specified Products And Profitable Startups

July 21, 2010

David Heinemeier Hansson at Start-up School 08

Ruby-On-Rails creator and 37signal’s tech guru at Y Combinator’s Start-up school 2008 explains why you don’t have to be Facebook-you have to enjoy what you do, and be better than the competition. Also-how to make money from your product-explained from a different POV. Amazingly insightful and a must-view.

Paul Graham at Start-Up School 08

Y Combinator’s Paul Graham at his start-up boot camp discusses how to become a successful start-up by using a beginner state-of-mind, detaching the idea of a multi-billion dollar company from your start-up, cockroaches surviving strategy as a must-do tactic and the importance of benevolence.


StartVids: Wall Street Tales and Linux Talk

July 19, 2010

Michael Lewis at Charlie Rose-Wall Street Talk

“Liar’s Poker”‘s Michael Lewis storyteller investor shares thoughts and opinions on wall street experiences and mingling with top financial personalities, drops wisdom pearls of an experienced and highly talented broker and puts wall street under the magnifying glass for closer inspection by the general public.

Linus Torvalds at CNN-Microsoft vs. Linux

Open source movement monument Linus Torvalds discusses Microsoft in the 2000’s, programming engineering as an art form, hacker culture that generates great software and what’s next for a man that gave away his first and only masterpiece for nothing at all.


StartVids: Coding Master and Start-Up Wizards

July 6, 2010

Jeff Atwood at WebStock – Web

Stack Overflow’s and CodingHorror’s Jeff Atwood, super-programmer and tech guru, explains the web from the point of view of a large web application owner in the marketing and PR fields, discussing the future of the web on mobile devices and suggesting commentary on the processes going on today behind the curtains of the internet scene.

Paul Graham and Jessica LivingstonĀ  at Startup2Startup – Start-up Beginners’ Tips

Y Combinator’s Paul Graham and Jessica Livingston discussing the venture capital point of view for starting a start-up, defining clear goals for almost proven start-up success, and a bit of marketing advice for undergraduate engineers struggling in the social fields.


StartVids: Getting Over Fears and Time Hacking

January 27, 2010

Tim Ferriss at iGNiTe-The Practicality of Pessimism

“4 hour work week”‘s Tim Ferriss, elite entrepreneur and best-selling author, describes how the good and bad possible outcomes from different crossroads in our life affect our decisions, and describing in portrayal his methods for how to do things despite one’s fears. Excellent 5-minute presentation from iGNiTe’s series of lightning-fast lectures by tope experts in interesting fields.

Greg Head at iGNiTe-The Pomodoro Technique

Amazing time planning system makes weekly goals and lists of lists appear ridiciolous as inspiring talker Greg Head tells us about the “Pomodore Technique”-how to hack the time anxiety disorder most modern people are dealing with and beat the rat race in a productive, time-consuming manner.