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Web Masters is an original podcast that explores the history of the Internet through the stories of some of its most important innovators. In each episode, host Aaron Dinin, a serial entrepreneur and digital media scholar, talks with Internet entrepreneurs who created important websites, tools, services, and features. Some are hugely popular, some you’ve never heard of, and all of them have impacted everything you do online.

You’ll get a behind-the-scenes look at how the Internet has enabled -- and continues to create -- some of the greatest business opportunities in history from the people who have proven they know how to build successful Internet businesses.

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Aaron Dinin - Our Host

  • Aaron began his career building Internet businesses as a college student reselling Palm Pilots online during the early days of eBay. He went on to launch multiple Web-based ventures, including content sites, consumer apps, and venture-backed SaaS companies.

    Along the way, he earned a PhD in English and began teaching entrepreneurship at Duke University. He now spends his time mentoring the next generation of entrepreneurs and teaching social marketing. For more, follow Aaron on Twitter

Industry Insights Hear from some of the world’s most successful Internet entrepreneurs about how they build and manage their companies.
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Experienced Internet business owners understand affiliate marketing. It’s core to how companies make money online. However, when it was first tried, affiliate marketing was revolutionary, and it opened the door for all sorts of …

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Before Facebook became synonymous with “social media,” and even before MySpace was the coolest website on the planet, there was another startup that most people credit with inventing social networking as we know it: …

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You definitely remember the “Dot-Com Bubble.” But did you know a 19-year-old college dropout played a big part in making it happen? This episode of Web Masters explains how. It features Bill Martin, founder …

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The Browser Wars were ruthless. One of the biggest victims was Opera, which, at one time, was the most popular browser in the world. Now it’s a distant sixth, and few people remember just …

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You already know Google Analytics. It’s on 70% of the world’s websites. But do you know how it got started? Listen to Google Analytics co-founder, Scott Crosby, tell the full story on this episode of …

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It might surprise you to learn that sophisticated advertising technologies were developed relatively late after websites like AltaVista and GeoCities were already becoming hugely popular. The man who — for better or worse — …

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In the late 90s, Bo Peabody launched a “homepage builder” called Tripod as an experiment. It went viral literally overnight, and Bo became known as an entrepreneurial wunderkind. But was it skill and smarts …

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In 1994, Craig Kanarick co-founded Razorfish, one of the first global digital media design agencies. By 1999, the company had 1,200+ employees, nearly a dozen offices around the world, almost $100m in annual revenue, …

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On this episode of the Web Masters podcast, Philip Rosedale, creator of Second Life, shares the story of how he created a virtual world with a million people living inside of it. Listen now.…

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Peter Sunde, founder of The Pirate Bay — the world’s biggest torrent search engine — joins the Web Masters podcast to talk about what it was like building one of the most popular websites …

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