Being an information entrepreneur is becoming popular among today’s entrepreneurs who want to capitalize on the sea of opportunities available on the internet. The two words “information” and “entrepreneur” can be made into a single word: infopreneur which refers to an entrepreneur who makes money by selling and sharing information on the internet.
Have you been dreaming of all the free time you would like to have, no boss telling you what to do and becoming the next tycoon like Bill Gates or Lucio Tan? So you want to own your own business? Well, there is good news and bad news about being an entrepreneur.
I think it’s last week when I opened my Facebook and saw in my news feed a post from Robert Kiyosaki that living within your means is a “poor mindset”. That we should not be contented to what we are earning and limiting our capacity to get what we want in life. That we should think or find a way how we could get the things that we desire. It’s because if we always live within our means we will not be able to get over our financial situation.
Having a facebook page is now essential to a business specially if your business is online. For example you are selling stuffs on Sulit.com.ph or on eBay Philippines. But some offline businesses like restaurants or hobby shop have managed to create their online presence by creating a facebook page. Because that is the easiest way to create your own webpage and doesn’t require a ton of IT technical knowledge just to create a website. But having your own domain name and your own website has many advantages but it requires you to invest more and hire a web designer if you are not knowledgeable about the technical stuffs.
Just want to inform every visitors and readers of this blog about my recent change of domain name to FilEntrep.com. In case you are wondering why I made this decision, it’s because I’m now focusing on “brand name” rather than just “keyword” names on the domain. Maybe because of my knowledge of SEO I tend to focus much more on keywords rather than brand. For more than six years I tend to ignore the importance of brand in a domain name and this thinking is somehow accepted in the webmasters community because it’s rather easy to manipulate the search engines.
I’m not very knowledgeable about gemstones but if you are one of the people whose business is all about jewelry, I think you already know that ruby is rarer than diamonds. In fact rubies are 40 times rarer than diamonds and diamonds are just made out or compressed carbon which sits under the earth for millions of years but why are they more expensive than rubies? A top shelf ruby cost about $3,000 per carat depending on the cut or color. But the best diamond will reach $40,000 per carat!