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This week Jeff and Dan are opening up the show to questions from the nation! Are you thinking about starting a business and have a question you need answered? Or perhaps you already have a small business and want some guidance? If you have a question for the startup experts, call in to the show live at (800) 859-0957 between 2-3PM on Saturday February 8, 2014.

If you already have a question that you want to ask, email the show’s producer, Thane Richard, by filling out the contact form. Please include the question you plan to ask and a phone number we can reach you at.

To improve the chances of your question making it on air, try and phrase it in a way that other listeners could benefit from the answer. Thus, a question about a problem you face in your business that other businesses face (e.g. “I have a great website with healthy traffic but it is not generating sales, how do I change that?”) will be preferred in lieu of a very specific question about your specific business (e.g. “Where is the best place to find investors for my new vacuum design?”).

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