Wait, don’t go! After about seven months of tedious redevelopment, I’m proud to present to you the new JuniorBiz.com.

Obviously a lot has changed from my old site. In this post I want to point out a few of those changes as well as declare my goals for the new year and the new decade.

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College tuition: $5,000

Room and board: $2,000

Textbooks: $500

Saving $300 on books by using WeCompareBooks.com: priceless (actually it still costs $200, but you get the point).

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Beautiful sunny days make it hard to sit inside and work on a computer. And this is evident by me only achieving 11 of my 20 goals. Whether I errored in setting or accomplishing, I certainly learned from this experience.

Objective 1: To develop the guides.

I wanted to continue promoting the Official JuniorBiz Lawn Mowing Guide and write the Official JuniorBiz 75 Young Business Ideas. I didn’t do as much as I should have in terms of promoting the OJLMG. And this objective changed dramatically for the OJ75YBI.

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If you have a business, you need to be on Twitter. It’s quickly becoming the most effective, most targeted marketing channel on the Internet. But be careful how you use it. I have compiled 10 tips to build your social media brand on Twitter.

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