It’s been a busy two weeks — sorry, haven’t not gotten around to update the blog as per my weekly schedule and I’ve been getting crap from some of my readers about it. I’ve made it up to you with a record setting word count. You are going to need a pot of coffee or two 😉
So a lot of changes the past two weeks.
The biggest change is that I finally decided to step up and quit my job. I handed in my resignation last week. This is a big step – I wanted to diversify my online portfolio enough that I could survive a ban from adsense and I’m not yet into that position, but there’s no going back now! I’m going to make working on different revenue streams and getting multiple adsense accounts set up ASAP. When you don’t have a job, you don’t want to find your livelihood gone overnight. Quitting was more of a business decision than anything. I took a look at how much I can accomplish (well, as long as I am not writing these 6 hour posts for this blog!) by staying home and how much more I can earn with a month of full time IM over going to work and it didn’t make sense to stay at my job anymore. So, wish me luck on my full time IM venture.
Now that I don’t have a job (or won’t in less than 3 weeks), I’m pretty much free to go anywhere to work. So I’ve decided to live the dream. I’m going to work full time, 14-18 hours a day for the next 3-6 months on IM, and then leave Canada for Asia to live abroad for a few years. I’m going to travel around and live in different places across Asia (Taiwan, China, Japan, Tibet), working on my niche websites and mastering landscape photography. It should be VERY interesting. Who doesn’t want to be a professional bum. Now, you hear a lot about loser foreigners bumming around in Asia because they can’t make it back here in North America (or the UK/Europe). These types usually end up teaching English. My goal is not to go there poor though — I’d like to be making between 15-20k USD a month. The only sort of bumming around I want to do is in my various rented penthouses and… we’ll I’ll stop there. But, good times ahead. Provided I can keep Google away from my properties. There’s always that…
Internet Marketing is the best job in the world because you can do exactly this. You can earn lots of money while working anywhere in the world (well, anywhere that has electricity and high speed internet). And since it’s a passive income, you can set your own schedule and enjoy lots of free time. Work fucking hard, play fucking hard. I’m particularly interested to see if I can use my 2 years of traveling as fodder for money making websites while. I know there are plenty of region specific IM opportunities — directory sites, local niche websites with targeted ads, travel websites, etc. I’m going to see what I can come up with, just for the hell of it. Of course, I’ll be doing all the usual IM stuff I am currently doing, but with a more relaxed schedule.
So dare to dream guys — those dreams can become a reality with MMO. I’ll be sure to take you all on my journeys through Asia as well.
Ok, back to the business of making money online. This post I want to spend some time talking about authority sites. It seems like everyone’s talking about authority and I’ve been wanting to discuss the topic more in detail, outlining how to do it and some strategies.
How to Build an Authority Site
Now, first of all, what is an authority site and what differentiates it from a niche site. Generally, authority sites are massive sites with hundreds of articles and lots and lots of backlinks. Authority sites generally provide solid information that’s actually helpful to the reader. Niche sites tend to be small sites (3-10 posts) with a few targeted posts and a couple to several hundred backlinks. Authority sites are generally provide much more relevant (and much more) information than do mini sites. As such, Google has a big hard on for authority sites.
Why am I focusing so much on authority sites when I can make quicker money with sniper sites? Good question and it comes down to the direction Google is moving with their search algorithms. You will notice that authority sites have a tendency to dominate keyword search terms on Google. It’s not impossible for small niche sites to rank high, but authority sites seem to be crowding out the smaller sites. Taking a look at where things are going, I think we are going to see more and more of this. Smaller niche sites without a lot of content and backlinks may well vanish from the searches pages. Google wants authority type sites guys, and if you want to make good money in the future, you want to provide google with exactly what they are looking for.
What seems to be happening is that Google is giving a lot more keyword ranking to sites that have niche authority. You can see this when you search for any term – the sites that usually dominate the top 5 are authority sites. You will also note that it’s very easy to take a post/page on an authority site and with a bit of backlink work, get that page ranking high on the front page — much faster than you could if say you took a page from a non-authority site and bombarded it with lots of links. This is especially true when you have an authority site in a very competitive niche — you can rank your individual long tail targeted posts very easily.
Now say we have two sites – one site is a 400 article authority site about red widgets, and one site is a 5 article site about red widgets for worms. You will find that quite often, it’s the authority site that ranks in the top 5 spots for “red widgets for worms”, even if there is no specific article targeting this keyword. You can see the advantages here – if your site has a lot of authority for the “red widget” term, you can rank high for virtually any term relating to red widgets … maybe even rank for keyword + widgets. This “blanket” ranking authority can be lucrative because you can rank so easily for so many different terms. Compare that to my red widgets for worms niche site. With enough backlinks, I may rank well for “red widgets for worms” by any other “red widgets” term I may not rank for, not unless I’ve been building backlinks and targeted posts.
Authority sites are also much safer in the long run as well. I’m beginning to think Google despises Internet Marketers – they readily seek to hunt down and destroy our properties. I guess we are viewed as a search parasite – we skew the true rankings by gaming the system and we have a tendency to spite out regurgitated content that doesn’t provide any real help. What is Google’s answer to IM’ers, spammers and people who game search?
Authority sites. By giving sites with authority more keyword ranking power, Google ensure that searchers find EXACTLY what they are looking for. I’m not saying your 5 post (or shall we say my) hairy midget thong niche site is not providing legitimate information about thongs, but pound per pound, authority sites tend to deliver a much higher search experience for relevant information.
Why can I make this claim? Common logic. Someone with an authority site is not going to publish shit content. When you spend a year or more building up a site, you are not likely to hire .25c-an-article writers to write your content. Your content will be high quality, helpful, and relevant.
Basically, authority is something very difficult for spammers and internet marketers to easily replicate. In fact to get authority status, it usually takes quite a few links from other authority sites. If your site reeks of a MFA site you won’t be getting many natural links – and you won’t find too many authority sites willing to link to shit-content sites.
Since authority sites offer relevant and well written content they are exactly the sort of site Google wants to see ranking on the first page. You can either against Google and make shit niche sites and hope with enough backlinks you can keep your front page position, or you can work with Google and deliver what they want: relevant content for search.
So, how to build an authority site? Good question. Like everything in this game, there are many reads that lead to the same path. Here is my method for building authority.
Guys, domain name is huge these days, absolutely huge. If you ignore the power of exact keyword (or as close as you can get it), you throw away one of the best SEO strategies out there. I haven’t really done a post on domain name power, so I’ll save most of the information.
There are some compelling reasons why you want to get the exact keyword domain name.
1. Natural links are properly anchored
The average webmaster knows fuck all about backlinks, anchor text, and SEO. If they see a site they like, they either use the your website domain name or use “site”, “here”, “website” or some other useless anchor text. If your website domain happens to be the exact keyword you are targeting, most of the natural links you get will use your keyword as the anchor text. This means is your site is “redwidgets.com”, a fair share of people with send links with “red wigets” or “redwidgets.com”. Guys, this is pretty huge at the end of the day for your ranking power. Just this alone should sway you to try and get your keywords in the domain
2. Exact Domain Bonus
These days, exact keyword domains start with some serious “prebuilt” authority for that keyword in the domain name. Now, I’m not saying if you get your hands on say “redwidgets.com” you will automatically take the top 5 spots just on the power of your domain name. If it’s a competitive term, you won’t. If it’s not a competitive term, you may find you eventually start to rank high on the front page just because of your domain name. In competitive niches though, you have a big one up. Everything being equal link wise, Google will give ranking to the person with the exact domain in the keyword.
Don’t believe me? Do a search for a keyword, 70-80 percent of the time, you spot an exact keyword domain on the front page.
I’ll give you one of my strategies here for free guys. Use it and abuse it if you like. Exact domain keywords get a lot more attention from searchers. I know people are more likely to click on the top 3 searches, but you can do things to convince people to skip the top sites and come to your lower ranked site.
If for the search term “red widgets” you see “widgetcentral.com”, “amazon.com”, “worldwidgets.com”, “harymidgetthongs.com” pop up, and your exact keyword domain “redwidgets.com” shows up at #6, you are going to have a fair amount of people choose YOUR #6 site because the domain has the exact keyword they are searching for. There is a lot of “trust” people instinctively have for domain that contains the keyword they are looking for – more so if it’s the exact keyword.
I recall hearing that Google did some usability studies on this phenomenon – and people do want to see the exact keyword domain show up in the top 10. It’s better for searchers and thus it’s better for google.
For SEO purposes as well, I’ve noticed it’s much easier to rank an exact keyword domain for the associated keyword than it is to rank a domain that isn’t an exact domain. I’m not saying you can’t SEO “brownoranges.com” very high for “red widgets”, but I’m saying if you have “redwidgets.com”, it’s way the fuck easier to rank it high for that term.
There is more I can talk about with exact keyword domains, but I’ll save it for a dedicated post.
Lots of Targeted, Related Content
The more content you have, the easier it is to rank. You will find it’s easier to rank high with a niche blog that has 20 targeted posts then a niche blog with 1-2 posts. It seems that Google takes the number of articles found on your site into consideration when ranking site.
Now, if you are trying to build authority for a niche, you want your site to article targeting as many keyword under that niche as possible. That means you need to have dedicated articles targeting specific keywords. If I am trying to become an authority for “red widgets”, my site should have at least 100 or more articles targeting various long tail combinations of ‘red widgets’. Article 1 targets “red widgets’, Aricle 2 targets ‘blue widgets’, Article 3 targets ‘Red widgets for worms’, article 5 targets ‘widgets for red people’ etc. This is pretty important. What happens that in time, those articles will start to gain authority for they keywords (assuming you have the long tail keyword as the title and good onpage SEO for the keyword). The authority given to these articles will trickle up to your main domain – especially if you link your articles back to your main domain.
Backlinks supporting articles
Now, it’s true that in time some of your article can gain some authority about a topic. This can happen either because your index domain is getting backlinks + authority which can trickle down to the pages/posts on the domain (think hubpages or infobarrel) or they gain gain authority if you send some backlinks to the post pages. In fact, if you do want to build an authority site, you should write targeted posts targeting longtail searches for a short tail keyword. Then, you need to send backlinks to those articles. This will pump up the authority for those articles and they will start to rank for those keywords bringing in traffic. Because you have backlinks, the authority trickles up to the domain itself. If enough of your articles start to get authority, your whole domain starts to get authority. And an authority site is born.
Every post on your authority should be hit with links. If you just write lots of articles and don’t back them up, it will take you much longer to get traffic + authority. Yes, you can work on building authority to the domain itself, but I feel it’s better to start with your individual articles. You start to get instant traffic for those keywords while building your domain authority in the niche as a whole.
What sort of backlinks to get? Any and Every. I’d say hit them with ezines, hubpages, infobarrels, goarticles, article dashboards, blogger links and anything else. The idea is to get the individual articles ranking high. With hundreds of articles on an authority site, you can see the magnitude of the task ahead and why it’s no small task building an authority site.
You do of course want to send links back to the index domain, but make sure to try and keep at least 50% of the links targeting the pages (80-70% as deeplinks is actually better than 50%) and of course use a wide variety of anchor text tags. Read my on page seo post for more information.
Support blogs targeting long tails
You should also create dozens of support blogs that target some of the main long tail keywords and build these sites up. The idea here is to start building authority for different long tail keywords. That authority can be transferred to your authority site (usually to an article that targets the same keyword your support site is targeting).
The idea here is to build outside authority for long tails then transfer that authority to your site. With enough long tail authority for a niche, your site will begin to gain authority for the short tails. For example, if I have a lot of support blogs gaining authority for “red widgets + keyword” and I link those sites to my “redwidgets” domain, google will start to give your site broad authority for “red widgets.” To get your support sites up to par, you are going to have to make them legitimate sites with good info and their own support sites helping lend them support (use blogger blogs and self hosted blogs with Magic Article Rewriter spun content, create ezines, infobarrels, goarticles, and as many other web 2.0 mini sites as possible).
This is pretty key. To become a true authority, you really need links from other authority sites in your niche. While it’s possible to become an authority only through your own efforts, you make your task so much easier if you get links from other sites in your niche. If you can get 10-30 authority links from blogs that have trust rank for your keyword, your site will probably become an authority site as well. Now I use “30” as an artbitrary number here. But the point is that it doesn’t take too many relevant authority sites in your blog linking to you for your own site to become an authority.
Now the trick is to actually get those links – that’s where the real work comes in. Most of the authority sites are your competition and won’t want to give you link love. However, it is possible to squeeze out those links – I leave it up to you to think of some creative ways. But this is what sets apart the men from the boys, or the ladies from the girls for you female readers. The point is that you should be selling your left testicles (or if you are a women, your left breast? Ah, nevermind) to get as many authority links as you can.
Building authority sites is not an easy task. But if you can get a true authority site in the right niches, you are laughing all the way to the bank. I’d rather have a handful of authority sites than thousands of spammy blogs any day. Ok, so let’s look at what I’ve been up to the past few weeks.
Grizzly’s New Ebook, Sorta
So, most of you probably know about Grizzly’s Official ebook — or at least a book fully endorsed by grizzly. For the 2 people who don’t: basically, this is the book that he would have written if he wasn’t to busy earning oodles of money online. One of his long time students, Janet, compiled all his scattered blog posts into a single, how to make money online ebook. I’ve read through the ebook and it’s bang on in line with what Grizzly teaches.
Now, this book is not a book for people who are long time readers of Grizzly’s blog or people who know what they are doing. But if you are new to this game or just want to find out the heart of Grizzly’s methods, then this book mashes all his blogs into a rewritten and well thought out method. It’s about 37 bucks or so for the book, but it’s really all you need to know how to make money online. Keep in mind that I learned what I know from Grizzly so I can verify that Grizz knows his shit and this book is the shit. Damn, I sound like a rapper now!
Make Money Online Projects
Authority Site Project(s)
I’ve been talking about authority sites for a while now and I’ve been working on a few projects. I’ve already got one authority site set up with 250 or so targeted articles. I’m going to add another 200 or so over the next couple months, aiming to get about 500-700 laser targeted articles. It took me a while to get the right layout and let’s not talk about the nightmare of putting together 250 articles and putting them up. I have not slapped on any monetization yet, mainly because I want to keep my authority sites on different ad sense accounts from my sniper sites. This is to protect myself in case google goes on the deindex or adsense banning warpath – a very real possibility.
With a solid set of articles up, I’m going to be spending a lot of time sending backlinks to actual articles to get the articles ranking and the money flowing. I’m in for the long haul with these authority sites. I’m hoping I can see some money over the next 2 months if I focus on backlinking individual articles – which is my strategy. This will help build my domain authority as well.
I’ve also got another 2 authority sites in the works. One of the sites I’ve spend 2k buying a short tail (2 word) keyword domain. 2000 USD for a domain! I must be crazy right? There is some method to my madness here. Having a good domain is huge now. I talked about this earlier in the article, but let me expand a bit here.
It used to be when domain names were easier to spot than a topless Britney Spears that good keyword domains could be used for spammy type sites. But most good names have been registered and you’re lucky if you find a decent .org or .net. Now, with shorter (2-3 word domains) .net/.org domain names selling for 300-5k and good .com’s going for 10k+, it’s domain names are a valuable investment. People who end up spending a thousand dollars on a domain are not going to put shitty content up. They are not going to create a 3 article niche MFA blog. No, they are probably going to build an authority site. Spammers are also not going to shell out money for good domain names.
So, there is actually some good reason why domain names are weighed so high as part of the search algorithms. As good domains become increasingly more valuable and hard to find, I suspect google will continue to keep the SEO bonus for exact keyword domains very high – maybe higher in the future. For most searches you often find the exact keyword domain on the front page – and usually, that site ends up being the most relevant site to the keyword.
The idea of “brand” has also become an important issue in search these days. Google was having an issue where major brand names were not showing up for in the top 5 — even on the first page for their own brand search. Google addressed this by giving more weight to exact domain name searches (because, obviously all major brands will own the brand.com domain). Now obviously, just having so much weight given to exact keywords would make search easy to game — and it was, a few years ago. But since most good exact keywords are all registered — especially exact domains in competative niches — anyone who actually has a good exact keyword search won’t be making a shit site — the domain is worth too much.
Personally, for an authority site, I much prefer a short (2 word) tail domain to a long tail. I know you can go the other way and get a longtail domain as an authority site and work your way down to the short tail by getting authority for the longtail and building it up to the short tail. That works too.
But you can also do it with a short tail. Is it easier? Well, I’d say if you are trying to target the short tail for the getgo, yea maybe — but I’ll be finding that out shortly. I know with my site: makemoneyonlinewithseo is a long tail. Yea, it is but if I could have found a makemoneyonline.com/.net/org, I would have snapped it up right away and used that domain instead. The reason we end up on long tails is because we don’t have the 100k needed to buy the short tail exact domain we want.
There is also something NICE about having a two word domain (or the exact domain) – it’s much more ‘brand’ friendly. As effective as “red widgets for dirty worms” may be for targetting that exact search, “red wigets” looks so much less spamy and it can be much easier to gain broad authority for that entire niche because of the exact domain bonus for the borad niche, people using proper anchor text, etc.
Back to the topic at hand…where was I? Getting a thai backmassage in Thailand? No, sorry mind wandered a bit with this 3k+ word post of mine. Yes, paying 2k for a domain. I don’t mind shelling out big bucks for a very good domain name – a two word exact search. Since this keyword domain is the exact match of the root keyword I’m targeting (“red widgets”), I should be getting a very niche SEO boast from natural backlinks. In addition, all long tail articles and the backlinks to them should help boast my authority for the two word domain I have (backlinks to my “red widgets for worms” posts will add authority for my “red widgets” domain).
I don’t want to tell anyone that exact keyword domains are a subsitiute for backlinks — but man, it sure as hell helps, a lot.
New Project: Make 30-60 bucks a day with a single site
I’ve done some research and I think I’ve found a way to make between 30-60 dollars a day fairly quickly with a single site. Fairly quickly could be anywhere from a month to three months, but I’ve very interested in testing this new idea out. I’ll keep you posted on this – it will take me 2-3 weeks of back breaking labour to get this site up. I’d like to try it out next month, but that might not happen. This idea is an expansion of some of the other MMO tricks i’ve been testing out, but I’ve very excited about this. I’m pretty sure it can work, but the only way is to test it.
These died an unpretty death. I was just starting to make some real money with them 30-70 bucks a day when they all got mass deindexed. I’m now only getting 1/12 the ebay clicks I was getting 2 weeks ago. I have another 100 .info domains I can put up with ND, but at this point, I’m not going to bother. I made a decent amount of money with ND and it allowed me to test out some potential niches with ebay.
I’m going to try and launch phase 2 of my ebay projects.
New Community Authority Site
I’ve been tossing up the idea of making an article directory or a public authority blog for about 4 months now. I’m working on a blog where you can post your own articles. It will basically be a community blog – you can write articles with 1 backlink. I will include a revenue sharing (50/50 split I think) module so people will have the chance of getting adsense clicks from 50% of the impressions on their articles. The idea is that in time with lots of QUALITY content, the site will start to gain authority. Now, there are several of these “build your authority” blogs in this community. I think there’s room for many. After all, you want backlinks from as many unique IP’s as possible. I’ll be working on building backlinks to individual articles, so if you end up writing content, you may find your articles start to rank high because of my backlink work.
Anyways, this is an idea that’s been kicking around in my head for a long time. I hope to go live with this next month sometime. Hopefully, as a community, we can build up a nice authority site that benefits everyone.
200 Ebay Sites
Since I’ll be quitting next month, I need to diversify as much as possible. Multiple adsense accounts, multiple streams of revenue. Ebay is a great way to make money and I think I’ve cracked the new ebay payment scheme. I am going to deploy 200-250 self hosted ebay sniper sites out there. I’ll be using PHPBay to create these sites. These will be legitimate 5-10 keyword rich posts that offer good information about products. Based on what I’ve seen, it’s possible get between 5-20 people a day without any SEO work done on these sites, just through some tricks and targeted content. I’m banking on the fact that each site can pull in between 2-10 ebay clicks a day. With 200 of these sites out there, that could be anywhere from 400-1000 clicks a day. Folks, 400-1000 ebay clicks is big big money. With the new payout scheme, that could be anywhere from 100-500 bucks a day. Now, I won’t know until I try, but I’m basing these predictions from my ND experiments and some other PHPBay sites. I’d like to start this experiment next month, but I may have to wait a month or so.
I’ve seen a lot of debate going on about whether hubpages has been slapped or not. I’ve talked to some people who say they’ve lost a lot of traffic. I’ve probably lost 40% of my hubpage traffic over the past month and a half. My earning are now remaining somewhat stable, but I’ve lost probably 30-40% of my hubpage revenue. This kind of set me back about a month in regards to my income, but I’ve managed to more than make up for the difference with my own sites I’ve been developing. So, a short term setback.
Now there may have been a slap or may not have been a slap. For sure, google knew what was going on and probably applied some sort of penalty. I suspect google may have applied a blanket penalty to some of the niches — it’s not longer possible to get the easy traffic you once had. Old hubpages (3+ months ago) still get a fair amount of traffic, even if it’s less, but new hubs in some niches just don’t get traffic anymore. If you put out hubs a few months ago, you probably have locked in your earnings or at least a portion of them. But for new timers, it’s not easy anymore. I can personally verify that putting up 300-400 hubs in some niches will only bring in 10-15 visitors a day. No doubt if you want to kill yourself backlinking every single hub, you can still make money, but why bother? I can’t say this about every niche, but it’s clear from what I’ve seen, something is going on. Use hubs to support you money sites but focus on your own sites!
100 Adsense Snipers Update
Let’s take a look at how they’ve been doing the past week.
Not bad. I pretty much reached the 100 bucks a day border yesterday. After a month, I finally started to put some time into backlinking the past few days – hence the large jump income. I’d say I’m, pretty close to being on track for 100 bucks a day with snipers sites. There are some dips, but the earnings are definitely going up.
For my snipers, I’ve been really focusing on just getting them out there, not spending the time I should to backlink and optimize these. I really haven’t been trying to make money so much as just get the content done. All though I have close to 80 done, only 25-30 get traffic + earn. This is because I’ve been too busy just creating them (Creating the content for snipers + putting them up + working on authority sites + job leaves me no time) to really spend the time I should have. I also changed my tracking around a bit for the sites. I want to get the rest of these snipers done and do some solid backlink work on every single one of these sites. The income should go way up at that point – 80-100 will be earning instead of a quarter of that. I’ve already reached the 100 bucks mark a day yesterday.
I’ve been cracking away at these for 1.5 months now and I’m a bit behind schedule. I’m going to see if I can power out the last 20 this week. I wanted to get these sites up and spend a solid 10-15 days backlinking and optimizing every single one of them. I then plan on taking the handful that do very well and fleshing them out with lots of content and doing some real backlink work on them. With some solid backlinks to 100 of these sites, it’s feasible to be getting 200-300 bucks a day. Even more when I pick out the best 5 or so sites and really work on setting them up as solid sites. So, looks like it will be another 2-3 weeks before I’m “done”.
I’m going to see if I can be earning a steady 150-200 bucks a day in a month after 2 weeks of backlinking. It’s certainly possible.
I’m also waiting to see how these all do with some solid backlinks. I’m going to look at my stats and optimize my strategy for the next 100 sniper sites. I hope to start on my next 100 self hosted adsense snipers in three weeks or so.
I was going to create 100 blogger blogs, and I’m still game to try. I’ve got a very bad feeling about whether I can make money quickly with blogger blogs though. They rank for absolute shit with google right now – not unless you can pump out some serious backlinks to the blogs. But, what I think I’ll do is take niches that have done well with sniper sites and make a parallel blogger blog and see how they do. Regarding preowned domains, I’m going to cancel on that idea. It’s a pain in the ass to get one, let alone 100 and there is some delay once you buy one. I’ve had success with new domains. So, I’m still on track for my 300 or so adsense snipers. I’ve almost got a third done. I’m hoping in 2 months I can have the other 200 or so snipers done and earning.
One of the problems I’ve had is that I’ve just had no fucking time. My productivity has been down because of work and personal reasons. Once I’m full time, I’m really going to be able to get stuff done – I’m predicting I can get 4x more shit done each day – so, 2 months is a realistic time table.
Your Own Make Money Journey
A lot of you guys site back and watch my progress with some interest. And yes, I’ve figured out this whole How to Make Money Online thing. At this point, the only limitation right now is time and I hope to help fix that in 3 weeks when I leave my job.
But the thing is, you guys don’t just have to watch, you can be proactive in your own life here and seize your own destiny. The question is, how bad do you really want it? How bad do you want to make money? How bad do you want to quit your job and work at your own hours and at your own pace?
If you are spending most of your time reading about how to make money then you don’t want to make money online bad enough. There is a time for preparation and a time for action. The best way to get out there and make money is not to discuss make money online theories or getting “ideas” from forums. It’s by god dammit getting out there and building sites and getting backlinks. It’s pure hard, shitty work – but it’s your own god damn work. You are not slaving away making someone else rich – you are building your own destiny.
The money’s out there guys, it’s just a matter of putting the work in to get there. Making passive income online is not a pipedream, it’s real and I’m riding it. If I can do it, so can you. So, get out there and start building sites. Build one, two, five, 10, then 100 and you’ll start to see the money guys. Put up and do the work or shut up and work for the man. Be an internet marketer, not a problogger.
So there we go 5600 words about building authority blogs, making money online and the meaning of life. I think I broke my own record for word count in a post. Next post I’m going to talk about a few Internet Marketing tools I’ve found very effective for keeping track, promoting, and managing my 100’s of domains. Also be sure to check out my Make Money Online Forum. If you’ve got Internet Marketing, SEO, or Make Money Online questions rattling around in your brain, it’s the place to ask them.
Now go make money online