infopreneur


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infopreneur

A person who is in business to gather and disseminate electronic information.
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An infopreneur mediates between the shop and the supplier, using a desktop application (Figure 8, on right) to validate and bundle orders.
an operational cost of US$375 per month for the infopreneur, currently compensated from the research budget, who receives a monthly salary of US$250, which is competitive for high-potential individuals in the informal economy;
Skip Weitzen (author of the book 'Infopreneur') who describes an infopreneur as "a person who gathers, organizes, and disseminates information as a business venture or as a value-added service.
In short, prior to the advent of the Internet, which has revolutionized the information products industry, infopreneurs "sold their information in other mediums such as audio tapes, audio CDs, CD-ROMs, videos, talk shows, and conferences" ("Infopreneur," 2010a) and mail order was a primary means of delivery for physical goods distribution.
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While his actions were obviously improper, they do raise the possibility that infopreneurs will increasingly be able to replicate his business model and similarly leverage the Internet and telecommunications technology to their advantage down the road.
They're becoming self-employed knowledge workers, proprietors of home-based businesses, temps and permatemps, freelancers and e-lancers, independent contractors and independent professionals, micropreneurs and infopreneurs, part-time consultants, interim executives, on-call troubleshooters, and full-time soloists.
Its custom search portal and widget ("swicki") harness the knowledge, passion and behavior of online communities to improve the search experience, while creating online assets for web publishers and infopreneurs.
infopreneurs are reaching European information users by offering products via the World Wide Web.
Early in the history of the independent research business, pioneering infopreneurs (H.
The AOL Greenhouse studio finds the most talented and creative infopreneurs and helps them leap into cyberspace by providing marketing, distribution, production, and financial assistance.