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September 13, 2013

megh-intransit says: What advice would you give a recent college graduate about looking for jobs in the world of news and social media? Are they destined to flop finding a career or is this type of platform something that will continue to grow?

» SFB says: Side projects are essential. They show initiative and prove that you can step up. Be willing to put the work in on your own to show you can do it, then use it as a starting point to take things even further. Fill out your portfolio with the outside-of-work stuff and you’ll stand out. — Ernie @ SFB

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January 21, 2011
Threewords.me: How to turn a side project into wad of cash
Come up with a clever idea. Play with it for a few days. Promote it online. Watch traffic explode as the crazy idea goes viral and forces you to beef up your server capacity almost immediately. Decide you don’t want to make it your main gig. Choose to cash out quickly. Put up a page hoping you find a buyer quickly. Find said big buyer quickly. Turn your side project into a wad of cash. With just three words. And a dream. Way to go, Mark Bao. source
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Come up with a clever idea. Play with it for a few days. Promote it online. Watch traffic explode as the crazy idea goes viral and forces you to beef up your server capacity almost immediately. Decide you don’t want to make it your main gig. Choose to cash out quickly. Put up a page hoping you find a buyer quickly. Find said big buyer quickly. Turn your side project into a wad of cash. With just three words. And a dream. Way to go, Mark Baosource

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