Side Business Case Study: 5 Figures per month

I've seen three different marketers perform a variation of this business, all with the same result – they earn at least $5000 each month, and generally twice that.

Two of them are completely unknown marketers who work on this in their spare time.

The third marketer is a reasonably well-known figure, and you've probably heard of him. He doesn't do any of this on his own. He just outsources the entire process and earns more than $10,000 a month as a result.

They are all involved in the web marketing industry. Essentially, they assist new marketers in quickly establishing a profitable business of ... read more

Before the Launch, The T-Spring Method of Guaranteed Profits

This isn't about selling t-shirts; rather, it's about the lessons we can learn from t-shirt sellers that will put money in our pockets before we ever produce the product.

When you sell shirts on T-Spring, you are not obligated to invest any money until you receive the orders.

Assume your goal is to sell 50 t-shirts for $15 each. You promote the shirts on social media, and buyers commit to purchasing them. However, you are not required to pay for any shirts until you hit the 50-order level, or whatever number you have set.

When you reach 50, the customers are billed, and ... read more

How to Profit from Other People's Content

I want to be clear straight away that there is NO theft involved in this.

In truth, professionals have been doing the same thing for as long as people have been creating tales, content, and so on.

I'll give you some examples from movies:

Bridget Jones' Diary (2001) is a modern version of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice.

The 1995 film Clueless is based on Jane Austen's Emma.

Cruel Intentions (1999) is a contemporary version of Pierre Choderlos de Lacios' Les Liasons Dangereuses (1792).

Pretty Woman (1990) and She's All That (1993) are both based on George Bernard Shaw's 1912 drama Pygmalion (1999).

In disguise, 10 Things ... read more

This Mind-Flip That Makes Failure Impossible

Leaving aside every self-help book on the market, I'd like to propose the hypothesis that there is ONE thing you need to be successful, and that you already have it.

You just don't realize it yet.

Two marketers began their online journey ten years ago. They each encountered comparable stumbling blocks and failures.

One of them went on to make a fortune.

The other one failed badly and now works a regular 9-to-5 job.

What was the deciding factor?

The mental flip.

Assume you had a switch in your brain, and whenever you experience any form of setback, you turn that switch to discover the positive in ... read more

Newsletter Curation generates $3,500 per month.

Have I ever told you how much I love recurring income?

Here's a quick case study of a guy who publishes not one, but FOUR separate newsletters twice a month.

These are really simple newsletters that contain all of the most recent information he's collected on the internet regarding the topics.

How does he keep up with all the newest news, articles, blog entries, stories, video clips, images, and so on?

Google alerts.

Yes, it is that simple.

He sets up a dozen or so Google alerts for terms and phrases relevant to each niche, and Google provides him with free content.

In some circumstances, he requests ... read more