SOURCE: Business Enthusiast Matt Argall

Business Enthusiast Matt Argall

November 24, 2014 18:07 ET

Internet Entrepreneur Matt Argall Names Mark Zuckerberg as Role Model for His Social Media Projects

MIAMI, FL--(Marketwired - Nov 24, 2014) -  Florida tech entrepreneur Matt Argall, who has focused on the development of advanced social media monetization project in recent months, is proud to announce that his project will be ready to go live at the beginning of 2015. The guiding principle of Argall's monetization platform is to assist small and medium-sized businesses in enhancing their brand recognition and increase revenue gained on the web. Talking about the idea behind his latest business endeavor, Argall names Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg as a powerful inspiration. "Taking Facebook from a college dorm room into the mega-platform that it is today proves that anything is possible and that you can achieve your dreams and goals if you work hard and believe in yourself. Having started my own career in the online business I now want to help companies to utilize the Internet and social media platforms to expand their business," says Argall. 

Both, Argall and Zuckerberg, are using their exceptional skills not only for business purposes, but also to make a difference in the world by supporting multiple non-profit organizations. Zuckerberg recently announced a major donation to help fight the Ebola epidemic in Africa, further supported by a campaign he ran on Facebook which encouraged users to donate money to help UNICEF for the same cause. Together with Bill Gates, Warren Buffet and Richard Branson, he is one of the 129 billionaires who have signed "The Giving Pledge," an agreement to donate 50% or more of their wealth to charity. Matt Argall has long been a supporter of start-up companies in developing countries and lately has been focusing on local charities that are grateful for his financial and hands-on support.

Argall admits his fascination with Zuckerberg's business approach and management skills: "Zuckerberg shows that there's no such thing as 'too important' to join the team and do some brainstorming and grunt-work," said Argall. "His endless energy and intelligence have long inspired me in the pursuit of my businesses." One project in particular caught Argall's attention, namely the so-called "hackathons", an event in which software developers and computer programmers gather to collaborate intensively on the development of new software projects. Zuckerberg organizes -- and frequently attends -- those hackathons, taking advantage of the late-night productivity that many computer geniuses are known for. A computer and tech fan himself, Argall is intrigued by that idea, and excited about the motivation behind it: "Zuckerberg said that the object is to prove that a team can build something really good in a single night, which serves as a way to inspire everyone to embrace possibilities." 

Young entrepreneur, Matt Argall developed an instinct as an adopter and enthusiastic innovator of technology early on. At the age of 17, he based his first business venture on the then-new ecommerce platform, eBay. By using a then-innovative approach, Argall and his business partner bought items at wholesale, sold them on eBay, and then sent them directly to consumers, thus cutting overhead costs. While similar business models are the rule rather than an exception today, Argall's company was a pioneer in the field, which in the end made his business much more competitive than other ecommerce projects that emerged around the same time. Argall has a knack for identifying great investment opportunities before they go mainstream and is currently exploring India as a new platform for his latest business expansion efforts.

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