Lauren Luke: Selling Products From Home Through YouTube
Lauren Luke, the Makeup Mogul, uses YouTube and her innate skills to sell makeup. Learn how you can emulate her success and start your own successful business.
Pierre Omidyar's Rise to Success Through eBay
Learn how Pierre Omidyar monetized the sales of durable goods into a mega-enterprise that dominates the online auction world. Follow his example to become more successful in your own business efforts.
Mark Zuckerberg and the History of Facebook
The road to success hasn't always been smooth for Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg. However, his drive to succeed and his passion for his dream helped him overcome the occasional bump in the road to build a company that is valued at approximately $15 billion.
Larry Page and Sergy Brin: Founding Google
Google and its founders made an amazing journey from a garage to one of the biggest companies in the world by committing all their resources, time and focus on bringing their vision to reality. Study their entrepreneurial approaches for insight on how to overcome the obstacles you face in building your company and your brand.
Mark Levchin and the Early Days of PayPal
Mark Levchin used the power of viral marketing to develop and to build PayPal's customer base. By discovering a need in a market niche and fulfilling that need, he and his co-founder Peter Thiel created a profitable company that generates a sizable profit.
Blake Ross and the Development of Firefox
Discover how teen prodigy Blake Ross developed one of today's most popular web browsers: Firefox. The popularity of Firefox was built through a traditional, inexpensive marketing method: word of mouth marketing.
Sabeer Bhatia: Co-founder of Hotmail
Hotmail introduced the world to the benefits of a free web-based email service. Sabeer Bhatia and co-founder Jack Smith developed the service into a successful venture that was eventually purchased by Microsoft for $400 million.
Evan Williams: Successful Internet Entrepreneur
The idea of a 9 to 5 job working for someone else has never interested Evan Williams. Williams is the genius behind the development and introduction of blogging - and Blogger.com - to the Internet. After selling the hugely successfully Blogger to Google, he moved on to spearhead another huge venture: Twitter.
Craig Newmark: The Man Behind Craigslist
Craig Newmark leveraged his hobby, which was building and maintaining an email list to publicize events, into a full-service classified advertising platform. A key reason for his phenomenal success with his venture was his ability to recognize his talent and strengths as well as his weaknesses. His team of skilled professionals provides the necessary knowledge base to compensate for those weak areas.