I used to have a long list of resources on the homepage of Oahu Online Entrepreneurs, the meetup group I run. It grew so long that it looked awkward, so I removed it.
Back by popular request, I’ve brought back that list as a blog post here. I’ve also updated it with more of my favorite resources.
In this post, I’ll talk about time management. Continue reading
At the last meetup of Oahu Online Entrepreneurs, at least three different people said that exact statement. Okay, let’s talk about how to find a programmer for your billion-dollar idea. Continue reading
At the last meetup, I got to talking to some of our members about publicity, media and how to get press. Continue reading
We had a record turnout at this Oahu Online Entrepreneurs Meetup, with over 50 people coming out. Our two speakers Eric and Andy shared insights from their experience, helping new entrepreneurs to avoid the most common mistakes they see.
For more inspiration, here are resources you can check out. Continue reading
Here’s another meetup recap. Our members talked about marketing mobile apps, buying paid traffic and protecting assets. For further reading on these topics, check out these. Continue reading
Members invited their friends to Oahu Online Entrepreneurs, which drastically expanded the group. There were so many conversations, I couldn’t keep track of them all! Here’s a small fraction of resources related to those discussions. Continue reading
Another enlightening session with the Oahu Online Entrepreneurs. We talked about product launches, digital publishing, and more. Continue reading
We had a good turnout at Oahu Online Entrepreneurs meetup last night. A couple of small business owners shared strategies for succeeding online. Here’s what they talked about. Continue reading
How do you handle high traffic without your WordPress website crashing? That was the hot topic at the last meeting of Oahu Online Entrepreneurs.
Success can be a killer. You’ve finally got your website on the front page of TechCrunch, Mashable, Reddit, Hacker News, Gizmodo and Boing Boing. You should be congratulating yourself and drinking a glass of fine scotch. Instead, you’re on the phone with your web hosting company, begging and threatening them because your website crashed due to the flood of traffic. Continue reading