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Harrison Gervirtz, Teen Entrepreneur reveals his Success Secrets

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Harrison Gervirtz, Teen Entrepreneur

OK Folks, another great interview for you.

If you have not already heard of Harrison Gervirtz then I am sure you will be hearing a lot more about Harrison soon.

CHECK OUT THE INTERVIEW HERE:
Interview with Amazing young entrepreneur Harrison Gervirtz

Some fantastic advice – like:

What advice would you give to a Teen Entrepreneur starting their first make money website?

Don’t hire your friends. I have friends ask me for ways to make money & jobs all the time. I don’t like to get my friends involved because it usually ends bad. When I just started out online I would get friends involved & they usually just wasted my time and money

and

For someone new to Affiliate Marketing (a publisher) – who wished to become a successful affiliate, is there anything in particular that you would suggest that they do not do?

Some beginner affiliates tend to go in over their head when they start out. They do this by spending to much time on little things and not just launching the campaign! A Quick Do-Not-Do Tip would be to not spend to much putting emphasis on just one part of a campaign. Make sure you focus on all the aspects of a campaign: The Offer, Your Landing Page, Ads, Keywords, Bids, Negative Keywords, CTR, Conversion Rates, & Tracking/Analytics.

Interview with Amazing young entrepreneur Harrison Gervirtz

Visit Harrisonโ€™s blog at http://www.cpashare.com where he shares his unique and entertaining insight into Internet marketing.

Comments

  1. matan mates says:

    i can say im teen munymaker ๐Ÿ˜› myself. check out my blog if you want see

  2. Pays to live green says:

    Great tips. I have always thought of going into business with a friend of mind because I can trust him the most, but I do get your point. If things go bad and when it comes to money, you don’t want friends involved.

  3. Toilet Paper Entrepreneur says:

    Don’t hire your friends. Amen to that.

    – Mike Michalowicz

  4. Zak Show says:

    Good to hear!

  5. Make Money says:

    Yeah, I’ve tried the friend thing before as well. Crash and burn. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  6. BlogSavvy says:

    You couldn’t have said it better, there are so many businesses that have either been stuck in mediocrity or have failed because they have hired friends.

  7. Wow, this guy is everywhere 0 I hope that’s me in a year ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. Dennis Yu says:

    Harrison launched a new ad network targeted at Facebook publishers at LeaderClicks.com. You should check it out. His company is GevirtzMedia.com

  9. Wikiweblog Team says:

    I understand the point about not getting your friends to work with you, but they’re sometimes the only ones you can trust. I think that if they’re reliable and competend then it’s best to break off a piece for them to take care of while not interupting your work flow.

  10. Wikiweblog Team says:

    I understand the point about not getting your friends to work with you, but they’re sometimes the only ones you can trust. I think that if they’re reliable and competend then it’s best to break off a piece for them to take care of while not interupting your work flow. But great post overall.

  11. Marketing Man says:

    Hiring friends is a great way to loose friends. As for Harrison Gervirtz it is amazing at what he has done at such an early age. Its inspiration for us all.

  12. mastersofseo says:

    Interesting that he says don’t hire your friends, I’d hadn’t heard that before. Thanks for sharing about this young blogger, I’m checking out his site now.

    Jonathan Muller

  13. I’m now 19 and experiencing being a dad. I must say although it feels good it’s still hard. I knew it wouldn’t be easy but to be honest, the hard part is having to balance time. My daughter is great and makes managing her never dreadful. -Teen dad

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