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@FinancialBin Interviews Danii Oliver of DAMN Digital

Please find the transcript of the interview between the Financial Bin’s David Domzalski and Danii Oliver of DAMN Digital below: David Domzalski, Financial Bin: Please provide a brief background of your experiences prior to your current position. Danii Oliver, DAMN Digital: I’ve had the opportunity to travel across the world via sea, air and land. These experiences […]

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How Google + Can Grow Your Business

Social Media can be a huge tool in your quest to generate leads and build a brand. Google+ is just the newest tool you had to add to your arsenal. Below are some tips on how to get your marketing plan started on Google+. As thousands of users rush to create Google+ pages for their […]

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Remembering to Find the Joy in What We Do

As entrepreneurs, we tend to wear many different hats. We can envision where we see our business going, but as time passes, things change (for good or bad). When we start out, becoming an entrepreneur and having our own business is fun. It’s enjoyable and we actually look forward to everything we are going to […]

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@STORABLY CONNECTS PEOPLE WITH SPACE TO PEOPLE WHO NEED SPACE (11/28/2011 INTERVIEW)

  On November 28, 2011, David Domzalski, Founder of Financial Bin spoke with Apu Gupta and Jost Kowitt of Storably, a startup based in Philadelphia, PA. According to its website, Storably is a “community that connects people with extra space to people with extra stuff.” Storably focuses on storage space and parking. Check out the […]

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FIVE TIPS TO MAKE ANY BUSINESS SUCCESSFUL

I wanted to share with you a portion of Financial Bin’s recently released book called Entrepreneur Intervention: Triumphs & Failures of Entrepreneurs. The part included below is written by Chris Sonjeow, founder of LoveBook. Chris talks about what he has learned since starting his company and I think it is something we can all benefit […]

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How to Change a Loan From the Loan Holder to the Cosigner

Overview Some people simply do not have credit and others have poor credit. Both groups of people must find cosigners to get a loan. If you cosign a loan, you are giving your word that the primary applicant will make the payments to honor the contract. You will be responsible for the full amount of […]

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