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These coupons will help you set up your domain names and hosting for your website. This will be the first step in starting your new million dollar enterprises! Just click on the coupon codes below to reveal the coupon codes. A new window will open up on your browser that will take you directly to Justhost. If you’re looking for another great shared hosting company, you can get an iPage coupon code by clicking here.

Best Just Host Coupons Right Now:

Why Justhost’s Shopping Cart Doesn’t Have Promo Codes Anymore:

You might have noticed that, on Justhost’s order screen, there’s no place to enter a discount code anymore. They’ve made the change sometime in the last year. Why?

Now they offer promotional pricing through what’s called ‘link-activated’ discounts. They give out special links to trusted affiliate partners (like us!), and these links will unlock special lower prices on their website. Some of the major web hosting providers like Blue Host and Media Temple have the same type of setup. So when you click on the promotions above, they will unlock up to 74% off (as of this writing) the regular prices for their various hosting packages.… Read the rest

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Coupon Websites for Entrepreneurs

Coupon Resources with Entrepreneurs in Mind

 

You are likely an entrepreneur because you like money. And there’s nothing wrong with that.

The only problem? When you’re first starting out, you are likely scraping pennies together to keep your business going.

But there are ways to help you cut costs when you are first starting out. If you have a website, for example, you can save 80-90% off your domain name (your website’s address), website hosting and e-commerce software if you use the always excellent E-festival.

Coupons For Your Startup’s Website:

Domain Registrars:

For Domain Registrars, there are thousands of options: GoDaddy, Name.com, Namecheap, and almost every major web host (i.e. Dreamhost, Hostgator). Which one should you choose? Well…it really doesn’t matter. You can register your domain with one company, and then host your website somewhere else. All these domain registrars do is register your domain with iCANN. You can’t do it yourself, since only licensed domain registrars can do it.

The one domain registrar we tend to go with is GoDaddy. Here’s why: while you can get coupon codes from any domain registrar for the first year, GoDaddy is the only one we know of that will offer renewal … Read the rest

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Best Entrepreneur Resources

The Very Best Resources for Aspiring Entrepreneurs

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Being an entrepreneur can be a lonely choice. You leave your work friends behind, you might borrow start up cash from friends and family, which can lead to some tension (One of Legalzoom‘s founders later mentioned that he was asked not to come to family functions until he payed back the money he borrowed.

But there are tens of thousands of us out there. And there are actually tons of resources out there (in addition this website) that can help you learn about your business, mistakes to avoid, and people to connect with. A simple one is to have a few good sites on hand that will get you discounts on stuff you need to purchase, for example use a flight promo code when you need to travel to a conference or to meet with clients.

1. Onstartups.com

Curious about how to get media coverage for your startup? Onstartups.com is an invaluable resource for entrepreneurs. You’ll probably find yourself coming back to it again and again.

Legal Resources for Startups:

1. Startuplawyer

Most entrepreneurs are averse to legalese, and would rather focus on growing the business. But if you don’t set yourself … Read the rest

Food

The Entrepreneur Diet

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The old cliche about entrepreneurs surviving on Mac and Cheese or Ramen Noodles is a load of garbage. There, I said it. As we learn more about how nutrition works, we are discovering just how much a healthy diet contributes to your ability to think and concentrate. And if you take some of your organizing principles (the ones you are sharpening each day as you work on your business, you can create an ‘entrepreneur diet’ for yourself.

Why Do I Need This?

Every half-decent entrepreneur needs to ask this question. And the answer? You need this because it will help you concentrate for longer periods of time, and help you to avoid energy crashes that can plague your productivity.

I think that the most important reason ‘why’ is this: your diet will become an advantage against your competition. You know why ‘Ramen Noodle diet’ is such a cliche? It’s because a vast majority of entrepreneurs try it, and a vast majority of entrepreneurs fail in their first year. This is about feeding and investing in your biggest resource: you. If you feed and take care of your mind and body, then who knows how far you can … Read the rest

Health

Health Care for the Self-Employed:

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This is a big thing with Entrepreneurs in Canada. While we definitely don’t have the same health insurance challenges that American entrepreneurs do, in Canada you should probably consider some kind of health insurance option (in addition to your provincial health coverage) to save you money in the long term.

But isn’t health care free?! We’re in Canada!

While emergency health services and all drugs given to you in a hospital are free, several health services (depending on which province you live in) are not: prescription drugs, physiotherapy, optical/dental and even ambulance rides are not covered under most plans. Of course you can always do a lot to minimize your risk of health issues by getting regular exercise, enough sleep, and following a healthy diet. A lot of people find music very helpful in maintaining an exercise program, here is a list of great mp3 players.

Special Note About Provincial Health Coverage:

I need to mention on important thing about your province’s health coverage (the one that the government provides). When you are employed, your company will pay your monthly health premiums directly to the government for you.
That means when you leave your … Read the rest