I’ve done some soul-searching over the past few weeks and I’ve decided that it’s time for a change in direction.
I started this blog about a month ago with the idea that I could capture the digital nomad community with travel tips and topics. However, thanks to the help of the Blog Brilliantly course, I’ve come to terms with the fact that there may just be too many of these blogs out there.
So it’s time to change.
What will I blog about?
Christine Gilbert’s “Blog Brilliantly” course stresses leveraging your expertise to create content. While I have been a nomad long enough that I think I can offer some good advice, I’ve been a lawyer even longer. I’ve been blogging about game development legal topics on my law firm site for over a year.
I’d like to share information about legal issues faced by bloggers, digital nomads and other Internet entrepreneurs. I think that there are a lot of questions out there that people who work specifically over the Internet.
I’d like to share information about legal issues faced by bloggers, digital nomads and other Internet entrepreneurs.
There are a lot of legal topics that concern Internet businesses, such as:
- Intellectual property and why you need to know about it;
- Business entities and why you may need to form one;
- Tax issues for expats and nomads;
- Information about contracts and agreements that you may have to sign;
- Internet-based issues, like domain names and where you can get sued.
I’ll have some posts up over the next few weeks that should give a good idea of what I’m aiming for.
Stick with me:
I’m also going to write up a new eBook to give away for free. It will run you through the big issues that you will deal with as an Internet business person or content creator, in simple and readable language.
So I hope you stick around and sign up for the mailing list on the right. You’ll get my current free eBook, plus any free books and other goodies I come up with in the future.
In the meantime, if there are any questions about the legal issues that Internet businesses face, feel free to contact me. I’d love to write about them in the near future.