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63 Juicy Internet Entrepreneurship Interviews in One Book: #Code Bytes

code bytes 63 Juicy Internet Entrepreneurship Interviews in One Book: #Code BytesThe Internet is full of countless industries and make-money opportunities – which makes it hard to focus and succeed.

What if you had a resource that could change your mindset and help you learn from Internet entrepreneurs who have already been successful all in one place?

“#Code Bytes – Conversations With Internet Entrepreneurs”  features 63 juicy interviews from successful Internet Entrepreneurs who have built million-dollar online businesses and brands.

The initial purpose of the interview series contained in this book were to share the stories of successful Internet entrepreneurs on our blogs to provide insights to why so many people fail online.

Amazingly, as we were doing these interviews, all of the featured entrepreneurs shared common elements that allowed them to overcome common pitfalls.

The reason we decided to turn these conversations into a book is because we believe in abundance and wanted to reach as many individuals as possible with hopes of changing lives.

The book features interviews from Chris Brogan, Shoemoney, Neil Patel, Yaro Starak, along with many other elite industry names.

Disclaimer: I wasn’t in any way compensated for this quick review, nor have I paid to buy the book. I have got a free copy because my interview is also there (which I consider an honor).

 63 Juicy Internet Entrepreneurship Interviews in One Book: #Code Bytes
Ann Smarty is the blogger and community manager at Internet Marketing Ninjas. Ann's expertise in blogging and tools serve as a base for her writing, tutorials and her guest blogging project, MyBlogGuest.com.
 63 Juicy Internet Entrepreneurship Interviews in One Book: #Code Bytes

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  1. Is something up with the first paragraph of this article? The section in italics is obviously taken directly from the book, and the final section seems fine, but the lead section seems like it suffers from some translation issues and/or typos. I hope that this comment is helpful. The content on this site (and Ann’s content) is usually so sharp and spot-on that the inconsistencies here are somewhat jarring.

  2. I was just thinking the same thing… there seems to be some issues with the grammar/spelling in this post. For example:
    “opportunities that most individuals THEM TO STRUGGLE WITH DUE TO THE lack of focus”
    -and-
    “next get ricK scheme”