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Envato's Newest Site: The Netsetter

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If you're a freelancer writer, web developer, illustrator, or anyone looking to make money online, then you need to check out The Netsetter.

The Netsetter

The Netsetter is part of the Plus Network, featuring other sites you're familiar with such as WorkAwesome and FreelanceSwitch. The focus of The Netsetter is to help you achieve your goals of making a living through online business. We have a list of 50 Netsetters You Should Know About.

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If you're a freelance web developer, then you're also a businessperson, and maybe you're struggling to land jobs. The Netsetter will give you what you need to take your business to the next level.

A netsetter is an entrepreneur who understands what the Internet means for making money, starting businesses and changing the way they live.

A new feature is the Netsetter Directory, listing people who have had influence over the internet, such as Envato founder and CEO, Collis Ta'eed, Envato publication manager Joel Falconer, Matt Lambert, the owner of Cardeo and contributor to many start up projects and many more. If you think you've got what it takes to be a Netsetter then tell us why you should be in the directory.

Visit The Netsetter today!

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