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Ethics in the Financial World

On Episode 82 of The Edge of Innovation, we’re talking with Alexander Lowry about ethics in the financial world and how Gordon College’s new MBA finance program is placing a special emphasis on ethical decision making.

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Creating the New MBA Finance Program at Gordon College

On Episode 81 of The Edge of Innovation, we’re talking with Alexander Lowry about creating and directing the new MBA finance program at Gordon College.

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Masters of Science in Financial Analysis: Alexander Lowry

On Episode 80 of The Edge of Innovation, we’re talking with Alexander Lowry, Master of Science in Financial Analysis at Gordon College.

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How Did LeadPages go From 0 to 15,000 Customers in 12 Months?

Launched in January 2013, LeadPages has gained over 16,000 paying customers. Hitting a $3.5 million run rate the first nine months after launching, they are growing at about 20% month-over-month (compound growth). The tips and tactics Tim Paige, Conversion Educator at LeadPages, shares in this webinar are based on billions of data points and thousands of split tests. LeadPages processes about 3 million opt-ins per month and about 15 million page views per month. They store billions of data points. But how did LeadPages go from 0 to 15,000 customers in 12 months? In the webinar, Paige shares the following tips: Create a Lot of Opt-in Opportunities (Webinars, Free Reports, Live Demos, etc.) When LeadPages was created, Paige said the founders didn’t start by building a product. Instead, …

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How Did LeadPages go From 0 to 15,000 Customers in 12 Months?

53 Freelancing Mistakes That Are Costing You Clients, Cash, and Credibility

I don’t know about you, but when I started freelancing as a writer, I made a ton of mistakes. And by “a ton,” I mean everything I did was pretty much a disaster. Thankfully, you can fix mistakes. And contrary to popular belief, making mistakes is a good thing — provided you learn from them. But if you’re thinking, “Great! As long as I learn from my mistakes, it’s all good,” I have to tell you something … and you won’t like it. You may not even know you’re making a mistake. And that part can hurt your freelance business. You were too busy to notice (now you’re not) There you are, happily working your behind off…

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53 Freelancing Mistakes That Are Costing You Clients, Cash, and Credibility

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