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ReGram and ReYelp to LeadGen

by Larry Chiang on November 3, 2015

Larry Chiang encourages CS majors to cram MBA knowledge into their brain before the “2+2” uber early admit, MBA program at GSB-HBS. Why should you trust a New York Times best selling author who moonlights as a New York Fashion Week supermodel? See the #CSmajorCRO skills. For example, months-and-months of pre launch promotions paid off on 09-09-09. What They Don’t Teach You At Stanford Business School hit as a sequel to, “What They Don’t Teach You at Harvard Business School“. Stanford Engineering like it enough to bring the street smart concept into the fold at #ENGR145. Startup your CS major “Chief Revenue Officer” skills inside any Computer Science department.

New York Fashion Week will be Sept 9-19, 2016.
— Larry Chiang
CEO, Duck9

By Larry Chiang

Lead generation matters to businesses.
You can make money and pay off school debt doing leadGen. #LeadGen.

Here is reGram and ReYelp. Stanford Engineering teaches you about API’s and Yelp was co-founded by alums of Illinois Engineering.

Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
#ReGram. Repurpose pics your consumers take. Load into “WordPress w/512-685-8300 v/ Email publish” it’s a biz #cs178…

You take existing Instagram.

Copy the pic…,
Provide attribution.
Title and tag the pic that applies to your business
Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
1st I’ve seen ~ smart to {Instagram~>Twitter = #Regram} RT @FSAustin: Breakfast worth waking up for. #Regram…


You take existing Yelp picture. 
Copy the pic
Provide attribution. 
Title and tag the pic that applies to your business
Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
#ReYelp. Repurpose Yelp pics your consumers take. Load into “WordPress w/512-685-8300 via Email publish” #cs178…

This is an intermediate arbitrage example. 

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