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Re: The Money Is There, What Do I Do With It? Advice Needed by am4truth(m): 3:37am On Oct 10, 2020
Biophase:
Please, very important before I proceed, I need to say this. I don't want to invest with anybody on the forum so please don't pitch your opportunity here. I just need your input & advice and I believe there are wealthy people on this forum who have something to share.

I run a content firm that generate $10k (4.5m Naira) minimum monthly from ad revenues across our websites. With a small team of 8 staff writers under my watch and a couple of freelancers. 95% of the revenue is mine.

My expenses and that of my family is not up to 500,000 Naira monthly which means I have a lot of cash lying around every month.

The whole idea of financial freedom is something I still find it difficult to understand until recently I read a book by MJ DeMarco Uncripted and I understood that the essence of investing money should be for residual income.

My money should be working for me and not being in the bank. How does someone get wealthy? Because I don't feel I'm rich just yet. With the high volatility in online business, my sites can be affected maybe in one google updates or so and the income stops.

So bosses in the house, what can you advice me to do with the money I have in order to ensure a brighter future even when my income stops coming.

I have 2 landed properties already (not really the best and in poor locations) and I want something to invest in for passive income so even if my revenue from blogging stops, I can still be earning sufficient cash to cover my expenses.

I'm relatively new in the investment field, even though I make a lot of money. They are two different ball games entirely.

Advice please.

Have you ever thought of writing ebooks and publishing such on platforms that include Amazon Kindle, Google books, Okada books, iBooks and more..

Since you are already a content writer, just look at this option.

I also write content.
Wish you all the very best.

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Re: The Money Is There, What Do I Do With It? Advice Needed by adelove4real200: 6:28pm On Oct 10, 2020
Biophase:
Please, very important before I proceed, I need to say this. I don't want to invest with anybody on the forum so please don't pitch your opportunity here. I just need your input & advice and I believe there are wealthy people on this forum who have something to share.

I run a content firm that generate $10k (4.5m Naira) minimum monthly from ad revenues across our websites. With a small team of 8 staff writers under my watch and a couple of freelancers. 95% of the revenue is mine.

My expenses and that of my family is not up to 500,000 Naira monthly which means I have a lot of cash lying around every month.

The whole idea of financial freedom is something I still find it difficult to understand until recently I read a book by MJ DeMarco Uncripted and I understood that the essence of investing money should be for residual income.

My money should be working for me and not being in the bank. How does someone get wealthy? Because I don't feel I'm rich just yet. With the high volatility in online business, my sites can be affected maybe in one google updates or so and the income stops.

So bosses in the house, what can you advice me to do with the money I have in order to ensure a brighter future even when my income stops coming.

I have 2 landed properties already (not really the best and in poor locations) and I want something to invest in for passive income so even if my revenue from blogging stops, I can still be earning sufficient cash to cover my expenses.

I'm relatively new in the investment field, even though I make a lot of money. They are two different ball games entirely.

Advice please.

I can diagnose your fear .You are thinking the type of online business (content writing) may nose dive should Google take a kind decision that may affect you. It is human to think like that.
I will tell you what you can do to earn your passive income. A nairalander saw my message on nairaland even without contacting me for details, he invested over three hundred dollars and I earned 30 dollars commission from what he invested. Last month I withdrew my $30 to my wallet. This investment platform is transparent and sustainable. They accept Bitcoin as mode of payment. My refferal never knew anything about Bitcoin, he only contacted his friend and he funded the address, now he is really enjoying his proceed. If you are really interested in making your money work for you. I will guide you how to start the journey, right from getting your Bitcoin, to buying your ads pack and investing. If you need to see the proof of my withdrawal, I will show you. It is a UK company, infact, when you get into the site, just check their FAQs and payout to know the authenticity of the company. You can speak to the support or mail them. Absolutely transparent and sustainable. It gives you 125% of your investment with 0.8 - 1% ads cash back daily reward.
If you are willing to earn passive income.
you can reach me; 07031818922
Re: The Money Is There, What Do I Do With It? Advice Needed by lajid: 6:38pm On Oct 10, 2020
Biophase:
Please, very important before I proceed, I need to say this. I don't want to invest with anybody on the forum so please don't pitch your opportunity here. I just need your input & advice and I believe there are wealthy people on this forum who have something to share.

I run a content firm that generate $10k (4.5m Naira) minimum monthly from ad revenues across our websites. With a small team of 8 staff writers under my watch and a couple of freelancers. 95% of the revenue is mine.

My expenses and that of my family is not up to 500,000 Naira monthly which means I have a lot of cash lying around every month.

The whole idea of financial freedom is something I still find it difficult to understand until recently I read a book by MJ DeMarco Uncripted and I understood that the essence of investing money should be for residual income.

My money should be working for me and not being in the bank. How does someone get wealthy? Because I don't feel I'm rich just yet. With the high volatility in online business, my sites can be affected maybe in one google updates or so and the income stops.

So bosses in the house, what can you advice me to do with the money I have in order to ensure a brighter future even when my income stops coming.

I have 2 landed properties already (not really the best and in poor locations) and I want something to invest in for passive income so even if my revenue from blogging stops, I can still be earning sufficient cash to cover my expenses.

I'm relatively new in the investment field, even though I make a lot of money. They are two different ball games entirely.

Advice please.

When you say content firm, do you mean blogs and websites?
Re: The Money Is There, What Do I Do With It? Advice Needed by Tipsbet: 7:46pm On Oct 10, 2020
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Re: The Money Is There, What Do I Do With It? Advice Needed by sKeetz(m): 12:52pm On Oct 11, 2020
adelove4real200:


I can diagnose your fear .You are thinking the type of online business (content writing) may nose dive should Google take a kind decision that may affect you. It is human to think like that.
I will tell you what you can do to earn your passive income. A nairalander saw my message on nairaland even without contacting me for details, he invested over three hundred dollars and I earned 30 dollars commission from what he invested. Last month I withdrew my $30 to my wallet. This investment platform is transparent and sustainable. They accept Bitcoin as mode of payment. My refferal never knew anything about Bitcoin, he only contacted his friend and he funded the address, now he is really enjoying his proceed. If you are really interested in making your money work for you. I will guide you how to start the journey, right from getting your Bitcoin, to buying your ads pack and investing. If you need to see the proof of my withdrawal, I will show you. It is a UK company, infact, when you get into the site, just check their FAQs and payout to know the authenticity of the company. You can speak to the support or mail them. Absolutely transparent and sustainable. It gives you 125% of your investment with 0.8 - 1% ads cash back daily reward.
If you are willing to earn passive income.
you can reach me; 07031818922

Thief grin
Re: The Money Is There, What Do I Do With It? Advice Needed by Cryptofxt10: 1:16pm On Oct 11, 2020
Biophase:
Please, very important before I proceed, I need to say this. I don't want to invest with anybody on the forum so please don't pitch your opportunity here. I just need your input & advice and I believe there are wealthy people on this forum who have something to share.

I run a content firm that generate $10k (4.5m Naira) minimum monthly from ad revenues across our websites. With a small team of 8 staff writers under my watch and a couple of freelancers. 95% of the revenue is mine.

My expenses and that of my family is not up to 500,000 Naira monthly which means I have a lot of cash lying around every month.

The whole idea of financial freedom is something I still find it difficult to understand until recently I read a book by MJ DeMarco Uncripted and I understood that the essence of investing money should be for residual income.

My money should be working for me and not being in the bank. How does someone get wealthy? Because I don't feel I'm rich just yet. With the high volatility in online business, my sites can be affected maybe in one google updates or so and the income stops.

So bosses in the house, what can you advice me to do with the money I have in order to ensure a brighter future even when my income stops coming.

I have 2 landed properties already (not really the best and in poor locations) and I want something to invest in for passive income so even if my revenue from blogging stops, I can still be earning sufficient cash to cover my expenses.

I'm relatively new in the investment field, even though I make a lot of money. They are two different ball games entirely.

Advice please.


Forex is a good opportunity to keep as side hustle too, I would put you through. Contact on my signature
Re: The Money Is There, What Do I Do With It? Advice Needed by Grace2Grace(m): 1:32pm On Oct 11, 2020
If you want something with less management effort.
I suggest Transport, interstate.

Buy a brand new bus, register as partner with any of the already established transport companies, they will run it and pay you what is due you, depending on agreement.
Re: The Money Is There, What Do I Do With It? Advice Needed by PenHub: 5:39pm On Oct 11, 2020
Biophase:
Please, very important before I proceed, I need to say this. I don't want to invest with anybody on the forum so please don't pitch your opportunity here. I just need your input & advice and I believe there are wealthy people on this forum who have something to share.

I run a content firm that generate $10k (4.5m Naira) minimum monthly from ad revenues across our websites. With a small team of 8 staff writers under my watch and a couple of freelancers. 95% of the revenue is mine.

My expenses and that of my family is not up to 500,000 Naira monthly which means I have a lot of cash lying around every month.

The whole idea of financial freedom is something I still find it difficult to understand until recently I read a book by MJ DeMarco Uncripted and I understood that the essence of investing money should be for residual income.

My money should be working for me and not being in the bank. How does someone get wealthy? Because I don't feel I'm rich just yet. With the high volatility in online business, my sites can be affected maybe in one google updates or so and the income stops.

So bosses in the house, what can you advice me to do with the money I have in order to ensure a brighter future even when my income stops coming.

I have 2 landed properties already (not really the best and in poor locations) and I want something to invest in for passive income so even if my revenue from blogging stops, I can still be earning sufficient cash to cover my expenses.

I'm relatively new in the investment field, even though I make a lot of money. They are two different ball games entirely.

Advice please.

try crowd 1. But can i join ur freelancers?
Re: The Money Is There, What Do I Do With It? Advice Needed by fungirl89(m): 6:53pm On Oct 11, 2020
Invest in Kenfarms and earn 25% in 3 months. Withdrawal is monthly. Agriculture pays a lot. Kindly register with the below link
https://kenfarms.ng/client/register/?ref=U2IZA9O3
If you want to know more about it, check digital agriculture thread
Re: The Money Is There, What Do I Do With It? Advice Needed by EGUNSOLA14: 6:54pm On Oct 11, 2020
Biophase:
Please, very important before I proceed, I need to say this. I don't want to invest with anybody on the forum so please don't pitch your opportunity here. I just need your input & advice and I believe there are wealthy people on this forum who have something to share.

I run a content firm that generate $10k (4.5m Naira) minimum monthly from ad revenues across our websites. With a small team of 8 staff writers under my watch and a couple of freelancers. 95% of the revenue is mine.

My expenses and that of my family is not up to 500,000 Naira monthly which means I have a lot of cash lying around every month.

The whole idea of financial freedom is something I still find it difficult to understand until recently I read a book by MJ DeMarco Uncripted and I understood that the essence of investing money should be for residual income.

My money should be working for me and not being in the bank. How does someone get wealthy? Because I don't feel I'm rich just yet. With the high volatility in online business, my sites can be affected maybe in one google updates or so and the income stops.

So bosses in the house, what can you advice me to do with the money I have in order to ensure a brighter future even when my income stops coming.

I have 2 landed properties already (not really the best and in poor locations) and I want something to invest in for passive income so even if my revenue from blogging stops, I can still be earning sufficient cash to cover my expenses.

I'm relatively new in the investment field, even though I make a lot of money. They are two different ball games entirely.

Advice please.
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Re: The Money Is There, What Do I Do With It? Advice Needed by Hinioluwa: 7:34pm On Oct 11, 2020
You can venture into Nylon producing business. it's a very profitable business. People are making millions in it per month without stress
Re: The Money Is There, What Do I Do With It? Advice Needed by Agomuofavour01(f): 10:57pm On Feb 28
Biophase:
Please, very important before I proceed, I need to say this. I don't want to invest with anybody on the forum so please don't pitch your opportunity here. I just need your input & advice and I believe there are wealthy people on this forum who have something to share.

I run a content firm that generate $10k (4.5m Naira) minimum monthly from ad revenues across our websites. With a small team of 8 staff writers under my watch and a couple of freelancers. 95% of the revenue is mine.

My expenses and that of my family is not up to 500,000 Naira monthly which means I have a lot of cash lying around every month.

The whole idea of financial freedom is something I still find it difficult to understand until recently I read a book by MJ DeMarco Uncripted and I understood that the essence of investing money should be for residual income.

My money should be working for me and not being in the bank. How does someone get wealthy? Because I don't feel I'm rich just yet. With the high volatility in online business, my sites can be affected maybe in one google updates or so and the income stops.

So bosses in the house, what can you advice me to do with the money I have in order to ensure a brighter future even when my income stops coming.

I have 2 landed properties already (not really the best and in poor locations) and I want something to invest in for passive income so even if my revenue from blogging stops, I can still be earning sufficient cash to cover my expenses.

I'm relatively new in the investment field, even though I make a lot of money. They are two different ball games entirely.

Advice please.
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Re: The Money Is There, What Do I Do With It? Advice Needed by sofizy33: 11:17pm On Feb 28
Disclaimer : am not a financial advisor, my response is just my personal opinion. please do proper research on any thing before you put your money.

My First advice for you is to own some real estates in areas that are fast appreciating, this way you know you have a solid investment that won't stand the risk of depreciation. Am a Graphics designer and digital marketer for a real estate company, most of our properties are located in the most appreciating area in Lagos (Ibeju lekki and its environ) you can reach me via 08074354237 to know more.

also you can invest your money in agric, buy acres of land and farm high profitable cash crops, You can also own a cattle ranch of your own, my advice is to make sure you are investing those money as fiat depreciates over time, I would also pick cryptocurrency but you need to be very cautious as its very volatile, for me I'll only advoce having only 5 - 20% of your networth in cryptocurrency and perhaps you invest, always take profit when your money fly up in folds.
Re: The Money Is There, What Do I Do With It? Advice Needed by OnlineBusinessC(m): 7:32pm On Jun 11
What's your WhatsApp number bro? I'm doing something similar to yours. Let's discuss!
Re: The Money Is There, What Do I Do With It? Advice Needed by OnlineBusinessC(m): 7:44pm On Jun 11
We're doing the same thing bro. Can we rub minds together on WhatsApp or through email?

Biophase:
Please, very important before I proceed, I need to say this. I don't want to invest with anybody on the forum so please don't pitch your opportunity here. I just need your input & advice and I believe there are wealthy people on this forum who have something to share.

I run a content firm that generate $10k (4.5m Naira) minimum monthly from ad revenues across our websites. With a small team of 8 staff writers under my watch and a couple of freelancers. 95% of the revenue is mine.

My expenses and that of my family is not up to 500,000 Naira monthly which means I have a lot of cash lying around every month.

The whole idea of financial freedom is something I still find it difficult to understand until recently I read a book by MJ DeMarco Uncripted and I understood that the essence of investing money should be for residual income.

My money should be working for me and not being in the bank. How does someone get wealthy? Because I don't feel I'm rich just yet. With the high volatility in online business, my sites can be affected maybe in one google updates or so and the income stops.

So bosses in the house, what can you advice me to do with the money I have in order to ensure a brighter future even when my income stops coming.

I have 2 landed properties already (not really the best and in poor locations) and I want something to invest in for passive income so even if my revenue from blogging stops, I can still be earning sufficient cash to cover my expenses.

I'm relatively new in the investment field, even though I make a lot of money. They are two different ball games entirely.

Advice please.

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