John Lee Dumas is back for a second time! Since his last appearance 6 months ago, his brand has exploded, and so has his earnings! Learn how, his exact Facebook to Webinar strategies you can use, and the pros and cons (and how) to add sponsors to your own show.
It's been a while since I last published a dedicated update about my niche site, securityguardtraininghq.com. A lot has happened in the world of search engine optimization since the last update and there's a lot of interesting data to report and thoughts in my head that will determine where I go with this site in the [...]
My security guard training niche site currently earns between $1,800 and $2,200 per month—99% of it coming from Google Adsense alone. One of my goals in 2012 is to diversify the income streams coming from this site and increase its monthly income to at least $3000 per month by the end of the year. Diversification is important because: It's [...]
A lot of you have been requesting an update on my security guard training niche site, so here it is! If you aren't familiar with this particular site of mine, I recommend you read up on the niche site duel - where I and several other bloggers and internet marketers share and reveal everything from [...]
I'm back with another Niche Site Duel update! The experimental niche site I created from scratch live here on SPI (see the Niche Site Duel Hub for more details) has undergone quite a few tests and experiments since my last post about it. The security guard training site is still ranking #1 in Google for [...]
When I started my security guard training site for this niche site duel, a lot of people had asked me how I planned to monetize it. In this post, I will answer that question for you. Because the niche I chose is an education & career driven niche, I plan to follow a similar progression [...]
In this session of The Smart Passive Income Podcast, I'm very excited to chat with Glen Allsop of Viperchill.com as we get into crazy detail about exactly how he makes money online. If there is one session to take notes on, this is the one because Glen reveals a ton of information about his 5 [...]
So our first iPhone app, iPopit! was not a flop—but we don't really consider it a success either. Although our company, LOLer Apps, met its original goal of being able to outsource an entire iPhone application and sell it in iTunes (which was definitely NOT easy), our sales haven't been as good as we had [...]