Eric Rosenberg is a finance, travel, and technology writer originally from Denver, Colorado living in Ventura, California. When away from the keyboard, Eric he enjoys exploring the world, flying small airplanes, discovering new craft beers, and spending time with his wife and baby girl. You can connect with him at his own finance blog Personal Profitability.

social Media

Online marketing is key to success in modern business. Whether you are a solo entrepreneur, a full-time freelancer, or a business veteran overseeing a large organization, there is no excuse for ignoring the power of the internet to build your business. Billions of people log into their favorite social network every day to check in […]

Keep Business and Personal Finances Separate

Since quitting my job in April to take my side hustle full-time, I have had nearly a year to figure out my routine and get into the groove of freelancing writing. In the last year I have had some exciting highlights, but most days are not as glamorous as the freedom of freelancing may lead you […]

Current and Capitalized

At LendIt USA, CEO Scott Sanborn shared that his team at Lending Club uses a manual process to dynamically price loans. Unsurprisingly, some loans are more sought after than others, but matching the pricing with demand is a labor-intensive process. With AI and machine learning, Lending Club and other online lenders may be able to […]

customer service

Email marketing is a core facet of online marketing. No matter how a customer or potential customer landed on your email list, it is important to use the opportunity to build a deeper relationship while avoiding falling into the “annoying” or “spam” categories. If you want to retain email followers and turn them into customers, […]

We are in the midst of tax season, and if you played your cards right throughout the year you may have a big refund coming your way. Rather than waste it on short-term fun, think about how you can invest back into your business for a long-term gain. If you don’t know how to use […]

Chrome Plugins

If you are like 20% of email users, Gmail is your email service of choice. If you use Gmail in the Google Chrome browser, the most popular web browser in the world, you have access to even more powerful tools to supercharge your productivity and email experience. Here are five Chrome plugins I use to level […]

Keep Your Day Job

While I regularly write about side hustles, earning more, and how amazing it was to leave my day job for self-employment, there are far more reasons to keep your day job than leave it. Your livelihood is no laughing matter, and quitting your job with no game plan can lead to a personal finance disaster. […]

In April last year, I made my grand escape from the corporate world and have since settled into a great routine and lifestyle as a full-time freelancer. While I am learning new tips and strategies every day, I have learned a lot of lessons freelancing over the last nine months. Here are nine of my […]

Boy Scout Lessons

Many of the lessons in entrepreneurship I’ve learned over the years had seeds in my time in the Boy Scouts of America. Through the Boy Scouts I learned leadership, personal finance, and other skills that have come to my aid countless times in my career in corporate America and as a freelancer. One of the […]

Savings

Freelancing offers an amazing lifestyle, but that lifestyle comes with some risks. Sure, you can work wherever you want, whenever you want, and earn a nice living as long as you keep your clients happy. However, unlike a regular nine to five, it also comes with some risks. Because clients looking to save cash don’t […]

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