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Chloe Spencer
Chloe Spencer is a 23-year-old internet entrepreneur who started her first business at 14 years old,, a fan site on the hugely popular Nickelodeon-owned site Neopets. Some pages of her blog sport more than 5,000 comments. Chloe monetized her page-one Google rankings and tens of thousands of daily pageviews into cold hard cash with Google AdSense at age 15, making over $1k passive income a month from No longer a Neopets fanatic, Chloe now runs her own SEO consulting business, as well as doing web development and social media. She also has several new projects in progress, including a training program on how to make money online, a Facebook application she designed, a fashion website, and a charity. Chloe is also a professional writer, and blogs for the Huffington Post and women's marketing and lifestyle blog She also has a personal blog,, where you can find Chloe's interviews, conference videos, and more.

Chloe has spoken at BlogHer twice, SMX West, Ypulse, DMA, BlogWorld & New Media Expo, SES, BlogPaws, and SMOC. She's presented live on Denver's 9News to an estimated 1.2 million viewers, and she appeared on the Bay Area's ABC7 News as part of their coverage of the BlogHer conference. Chloe also appeared in The Capital Times Newspaper, and was interviewed by Blog Talk Radio, WebProNews, ClickZ, Tech Smith, ProBlogger, ReelSEO, Blogger Stories and Business Week Magazine. In 2008, Chloe was on the list of Top 20 Young Internet Entrepreneurs Under 21.

Entries by Chloe Spencer

Attention Ladies: The Greatest Hair Volumizing Tool Of All Time Has Been Invented

(1) Comments | Posted November 4, 2014 | 1:43 PM

July this year I was speaking at BlogHer, my second time speaking at this annual women's blogging and marketing conference. The first time was when I was just 16--my very first speaking gig. It was a great conference, my session went well, I met some wonderful...

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How to Not Get Sick

(0) Comments | Posted October 17, 2012 | 10:22 AM

Everyone seems to be getting sick right now! In fact, it is very common to get sick during the transition between seasons. So while summer's currently turning into fall, which I'm very relieved to say after all this miserable heat, you should be taking extra precautions to protect your health....

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Five Ingredients to Make a Commercial Viral

(2) Comments | Posted June 12, 2012 | 12:09 PM

Commercials are excellent means of advertising. But, they only reach audiences watching TV at that one moment that they are playing. Unless, they were good enough to go viral. If your commercial becomes viral, now you are reaching audiences across the Internet, on social sites like Facebook, YouTube, blogs, etc....

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The Danger for Children in School Sports

(0) Comments | Posted March 4, 2012 | 10:43 AM

Over 50% of middle school and high school students are involved in a school sport, and it is widely looked upon as healthy, and highly encouraged. Schools pride themselves in their sports teams, most which have become no longer recreational activities but very serious pursuits. Even dangerous. Kids are often...

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Lady Gaga's 15 Worst Outfits Ever

(11) Comments | Posted January 25, 2012 | 2:57 PM

Lady Gaga is one of the biggest stars today, known perhaps more for her outrageous outfits and performances than her music. She definitely has a taste for weird, and her outfits go from weird to weirder and even shocking. I put together a list of her 15 absolute worst outfits...

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The Buzz About Ralph Lauren -- America's Style Icon

(0) Comments | Posted November 8, 2011 | 2:44 AM

There has been a lot of buzz about Ralph Lauren lately, as some may know--The Lincoln Center in New York presented An Evening With Ralph Lauren, hosted by Oprah Winfrey, on October 24th just 2 weeks ago. It was a benefit for the Ralph Lauren Center for Cancer...

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5 Reasons to Become a Pescetarian

(13) Comments | Posted September 29, 2011 | 12:55 PM

Becoming a pescetarian was one of the most important and life-changing decisions that I've ever made -- and I made it at age 14. I have not eaten meat since then except for fish, and I don't plan to for the rest of my life.

You may be wondering, "What...

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Friend or Faux: When Faking It Is Something to Be Proud of

(1) Comments | Posted August 3, 2011 | 10:29 AM

Rewind 100 years when fur was the most desired item of clothing for the wealthy -- when basically you weren't worth anything unless you wore fur. Now fast-forward to today, where wearing fur has been protested for the past 60 years, yet, it is still a fashionable item to many,...

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Determining Your Place on the Political Spectrum

(4) Comments | Posted July 8, 2011 | 11:06 AM

The political spectrum is the range of political attitudes of the public, going gradually from extreme to moderate to extreme: radical, liberal, moderate, conservative, and then reactionary. Every individual lies somewhere along this political spectrum, but many do not know exactly where they lie, or they label themselves as something...

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Put Down Your iPhone -- Urgent Message

(4) Comments | Posted May 16, 2011 | 10:53 AM

As technology advances every year, electronics have taken over today's generation. Some call our generation "The Technology Generation." Everyone has an iPhone or a blackberry or an Android, a laptop, an iPod -- an iPad! What's really the use of an iPad?! Electronics have become accessories instead of...

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Saving The Planet In Style

(0) Comments | Posted January 14, 2011 | 4:30 PM

What does it mean when an item of clothing or an accessory is "earth friendly", or "eco-friendly", or "green"? You see it on labels, it makes you feel good to buy it, or maybe you don't feel anything because you don't really know what it even means. An earth friendly...

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Play the World Hunger Game

(0) Comments | Posted October 18, 2010 | 4:17 PM

Most people WANT to make a contribution to charities, but many have no idea which ones to donate to, and how much of their money actually goes through to the people in need on the other end. So, they usually end up not donating at all, except for maybe some...

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Ugg Boots: The Controversial Fashion Trend

(9) Comments | Posted September 29, 2010 | 2:40 PM

Ugg Boots, the fall and winter boots with a suede exterior and sheepskin interior, have been in style since the 70's. They originated in New Zealand and Australia, originally popular among surfers to keep their feet warm as they came out of the freezing water. But after surfer Brian...

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How to Walk on Fire And Not Get Burned

(2) Comments | Posted September 8, 2010 | 1:49 PM

One evening, I got a feverishly excited phone call from my dad. He was at the "Unleash the Power Within" Tony Robbins Seminar, and he informed me he had just walked on burning hot coals. He exclaimed how amazing he felt, how he didn't feel a thing as...

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Depression Alert: Reading This Post May Just Help Save a Life

(1) Comments | Posted October 6, 2009 | 5:35 PM

Depression. It's a serious illness, but also one of the most common ones out there. Everyone will at some point in his or her life be affected by depression, either their own or someone else's, according to Australian Government statistics (depression statistics in Australia are comparable to those of the...

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Teenagers Get Serious!

(0) Comments | Posted March 7, 2009 | 12:29 PM

Many people tend to not take teenagers seriously in complete honesty when they say they want to do something or they have a goal. It's true they're still young and changing their minds often, and figuring out what their interests are, but when a teen is really motivated about something...

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Who Wants To Be A Teenage Millionaire?

(6) Comments | Posted February 24, 2009 | 2:45 AM

I've just come back from the Elite Retreat, and I have to say, that was one of the most influential experiences I've ever had. It wasn't just about making money, but building a brand, building a business, and being passionate about it.

Sitting in my seat and listening...

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Encourage Your Kids to Ditch a Few Days of School and Become the Next Bill Gates

(10) Comments | Posted November 19, 2008 | 10:30 AM

School is important. But knowing life skills, such as how to earn money, the smart way, is even more important. Kids are getting taught how to draw a right angled triangle with a compass, and when Galileo was born, but what about the real world? Most kids in high school...

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Living The Teenage Life; Peer Pressure and Carnivores

(5) Comments | Posted November 4, 2008 | 4:34 PM

Vegetarian. What just came to mind when you read that word?... A hippie in a knitted beret? A guy with dreadlocks wearing a skirt?... When I tell people I'm a vegetarian, they go "oh!" and suddenly they look at me funny, like I'm some kind of a freak. True, I'm...

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