In this session of the Smart Passive Income Podcast we continue our back-to-back-to-back series of success story interviews where we get inside the heads of people who are running successful online businesses and learn about how they’re making it happen.
Featured in Today’s Session…
Today I’m really excited to share my interview with Sunil, a blogger who I’ve gotten to know pretty well online from his blog, Extra Money Blog.
Although he blogs about his online endeavors, he also owns more than 20 other web properties in various industries that are generating a passive income.
Most of his income comes from these sites – some of which he hasn’t touched for quite a long time – and we’ll be talking about a couple of these sites, in detail, here in Session #36.
Sunil started doing business online in 2002, so he has a lot of experience under his belt. He goes into great detail about how he got started and what’s working for him now – so this is definitely an interview you don’t want to miss.
In this session you’ll learn about:
- How Sunil monetized his first site, which is still earning money today with very little work to upkeep.
- The “weekend-only” content posting schedule that Sunil used to build his first site.
- How his bad experience with airlines turned into an eBook that now generates a passive income.
- A number of different failures Sunil has experienced along the way and the lessons learned from them.
- How Sunil dealt with getting “Google slapped” because of his content-heavy site.
- Sunil’s opinion on Site Build It vs. WordPress.
- Sunil’s backlinking strategy.
- How he’s generating traffic to his websites.
- Plus more…
Items mentioned in this podcast include:
- Extra Money Blog
- Site Build It
- Dubai Information Site
- Sue the Airline
- Unique Article Wizard
I hope you enjoy this session of the SPI podcast! Please leave your comments for Sunil below and if you haven’t done so already please check out my free eBook how-to guide, eBooks the Smart Way.
Cheers, and all the best!
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