I've always found it ridiculous that millions upon millions of individuals earn a living online, yet nobody thought about writing a book which teaches those people how to manage their money properly. Therefore, I've decided to roll up my sleeves and write one myself.
Why? Simply because I also earn a living on the Internet and have been doing it since, well, since pretty much forever. Aside from that, I'm an economist and this unique (or feel free to call it weird) combination of street smarts and book smarts puts me in a reasonably good position to help people enhance the wealth they've generated online.
If you earn a living online in one way or another (as a freelancer, as an online entrepreneur, as an indie author, as a domain investor, as a bitcoin early adopter, as an online trader, as a website flipper, as an online marketer and so on) or at least generate a significant percentage of your revenue online and want to find out how to manage your money wisely, this book is just what the doctor ordered.
Throughout my career, I've been involved in a lot of different dimensions of the online world. I've been a freelancer. I've run an outsourcing business. I've invested in domains, offered domain brokerage services and even started an auction platform for domain names. I've started an escrow business, which has been sold to Agreed.com, which was then sold to Escrow.com and which was ultimately sold to Freelancer.com. I even owned three Web hosting businesses. All in all, it's fairly safe to say I've seen the Internet under the hood, so to speak. Frankly, I'd say finding someone who understands those who make money on the Internet better than yours truly would be quite a challenge. No matter what it is you currently do online, chances are I've at least dabbled in it.
Those who make money online are a special breed with highly specific wealth management needs and Wealth Management 2.0 finally fills this personal finance void, as I hope you'll find out yourself!
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