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(ˌɪn foʊ prəˈnɜr, -ˈnʊər, -ˈnyʊər)
a person whose business is gathering and providing information to advertising, marketing, and other firms.
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8220;We live in the age of the infopreneur, which is an interesting concept,” Mosher said.
A definition given in Wikipedia defines an infopreneur as one who is "generally considered an entrepreneur who makes money selling information on the Internet" ("Infopreneur," 2010a).
Vic Johnson is a best-selling author, speaker and self-described infopreneur.
At the time I was working 60 to 70 hours again but for less money so I developed the 14-step Infopreneur programme and put my own theories into practise.
Chilly Beach began in 1998 as a cartoon demonstration tool for Hawes's media business, Infopreneur, that evolved into a cult Internet craze with close to 100,000 visitors a month.
But being an infopreneur and building an online information business can often mean significant guesswork on how to develop products, reach and retain customers, increase conversions and grow your business.
He is currently a board or advisory board member for several private companies including Sedona Networks, NotVirtual Networks, Infopreneur, Edgeflow and Ridgeway Research.
Glenn Dietzel, author and infopreneur, puts his money where his belief is by creating a contest that allows average North Americans to share their winning idea for transforming the economy.
Allen, New York Times best selling author and Infopreneur, Janet Switzer the Chicken Soup book marketer, several PR super agents plus a panel of top radio and television producers will meet in a round table discussion to reveal how to get booked on TV and Radio shows.
In December 2000, March Networks announced the acquisition of Toronto-based Infopreneur to expand the company's web-centric content delivery expertise.
Infopreneur strategic purchase for IP broadband application offerings