Internet Entrepreneur Jesse Willms Launches New Archive Website

Jesse Willms discusses the launch of his new site. He notes that it will help provide accurate and reliable news on him and his charity initiatives.

Edmonton, Canada, November 17, 2010 --( Internet Entrepreneur, Jesse Willms, has launched a website so that people can read new and archived accurate news about his business and charitable efforts.

“There is a lot of information out there about me that simply isn't true,” Willms said. “I wanted to create a site dedicated to accurate, verifiable news about my company and my activities.”

The site, located at will be updated whenever there is news about Willms and will also maintain an ongoing archive about Jesse Willms. Willms is a noted Canadian Internet entrepreneur and philanthropist. He started his first company in his basement when he was 16 years old and grew it into a multimillion-dollar business by the time he was 22 years old.

Last summer, he was inspired by the words of Bill Gates and Warren Buffett to turn to philanthropy. Since then, he has donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to worthy charities. He also spends many hours doing volunteer work for nonprofit organizations in Edmonton including Santas Anonymous, The Mustard Seed and Habitat For Humanity.

While his success as a businessman and philanthropist has made him well known in Canada, it has also caused many false rumors to be spread about him online. In fact, he has recently had to file suit against several websites that have printed false information about him.

“I know that it's hard for people to figure out the truth when they are reading about someone online,” Jesse Willms said. “That's the nature of the Internet. I figured that by launching this site, I could give people a one-stop place to learn about the real me.”

But, Willms said there was another reason to launch the new site – he feels it will help the charitable organizations he supports.

“One of the most effective ways to help a charity do good work is to help spread the word about their efforts,” Willms said. “The vast majority of information on this new site will be articles about worthwhile charities and why I feel people should support them.”Willms said that he plans to also use the site to promote articles that will help other online entrepreneurs get their businesses off the ground.

“I like to help people,” Jesse Willms said. “There are a lot of people who I think can benefit from my experience as an online entrepreneur.”

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Dana Wong