I thought it would be useful to create a list of resources for all location independent entrepreneurs like me, so you can have a page you can refer to when you are looking for something. That’s why I listed all the websites, tools, and other resources that I am using day after day to run my businesses. Enjoy!

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Website Management/Hosting/Payment Processor

cIO-fhC5DigitalOcean: The cloud service that I use for all my WordPress sites, as well as my SaaS & web applications. It is cheap, fast and really easy to use. It’s also really easy to scale your applications when they grow, so you can use it for your early prototypes & for larger applications.

tinygiantstudios-gravatar-logo-1030x1030Enfold: The WordPress theme that I use for all the websites I am managing. This professional WordPress theme is not only beautiful, but can also be customized really easily. It’s also fast, responsive, and frequently upgraded by the development team.

WordPress: The Content Management System (CMS) that I am using for all my businesses. It’s free, easy to install, and make your website easy to manage and look professional.

Dividend Growth Investing

Seeking Alpha: A very useful website where you can build your virtual portfolio and then receive alerts that are relevant to these stocks. You can also read expert opinions about the stocks that are in your portfolio, and about dividend investing in general. A tool that we developed to help you select the best dividend growth stocks. It lists the best dividend paying stocks on the market, and the data is updated hourly.

Real Estate Crowdfunding Platforms

dgCjYv2HPropertyPartner: A UK-based website that I really like to invest in crowdfunded property. The really neat thing about this website is that the minimum amount to buy shares in a property is very low, usually under $1. They also have a lot of properties listed, which makes it the ideal website to diversify your portfolio.

The House Crowd: One of my favorite website so far to invest in crowdfunded real estate. They are investing mainly around Manchester in high-yield properties. The website is really easy to use, they are very nice and professional, and so far I had a very good experience with my investments on this website.

Peer-to-Peer Lending Platforms

Mintosmintos-logo-250x250: This is a great platform that I really recommend. They are based in Latvia, but are currently in the process of moving to the UK. The nice thing on their platform is that they offer a buyback guarantee on some loans, meaning that if you invest on those loans your money is completely safe.

Bondorabondora: This is the first peer-to-peer lending platform I invested on. They are based in Estonia, and for me it’s the best platform available in Europe at the moment. They also have an excellent portfolio manager function to automate your investments.

Bitcoin P2P Lending Platforms

fblogoBTCPop: My favourite Bitcoin P2P lending platform. They are based in the UK, and what I like about BTCPop is that they are always innovating and adding new features to their platform.

ea69d1b7e17666bb200442cc927fd3ae_400x400BitBond: My other favorite Bitcoin P2P lending website. They are constantly innovating to propose a better experience for investors & borrowers, like an auto-investing features that automatically invest the received interests back in new loans.

Online Tools

sendylogoSendy: This is the email marketing tool that I use to handle all the email marketing in my business. Compared to other solutions like MailChimp or Aweber, Sendy is really cheap as it runs on your own server & uses the Amazon SES platform to send emails. It’s cheap, but it also has the same features as the other solutions, like managing your lists, sending campaigns, and creating autoresponders.

Google Docs: Having a Google account not only allow you to store your files and use Gmail, but you can actually create & edit files as well like text files or spreadsheets. I am now using it to organise all the processes in my businesses. Compared to more traditional tools like Office, it is all online, which means you don’t have to worry about different software versions or loosing your files that are saved locally. It’s also super easy to share documents with your coworkers. And it’s also completely free!

Evernote: Whereas I am using Google Docs to run my businesses, I am using Evernote as my personal digital file cabinet, where I store ideas, resources, notes on books I read, etc. It’s completely free, synchronise among all your devices automatically, and comes with some nice features like character recognition in pictures!


Screen Shot 2015-07-08 at 10.44.13The 4-Hour Workweek by Tim Ferriss: The book that really introduced me to the world of entrepreneurship when I read it in 2009. For the first time, I understood that I didn’t need to follow the same path that all my friends & family were following and that I can make a living of working on my own.

Screen Shot 2015-07-08 at 10.43.59Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki: A book that is a reference in the domain of creating businesses and obtaining financial independence. The main lesson from the book is that most of the people spend their lives creating liabilities (things that makes money go out of your bank account) whereas you should be building assets (things that makes money go in your bank account).


TropicalMBA: My favorite podcast about entrepreneurship. I was listening to this podcast by Dan Andrews nearly every day while I was going to my day job on foot, and that’s the one podcast that made me start my entrepreneurial journey.

Smart Passive Income: My other favorite podcast that gave me the idea to start my own online business. Pat Flynn is a great host and give invaluable advices every week to start & grow your online business.