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SPI 193: (Updated Recording) Types of Passive Income Generated Online and What to Expect From Each – Part 2

This is Part Two in my updated series on the different types of passive income. Today I cover affiliate marketing, advertising, eBooks, and online courses. Here is how to get started and what you can expect with each type of income.

From Course Concept to $141,659 in Sales in 6 Months

Today's post is a guest post from my friend Grant Baldwin, a public speaker and host of "How Did You Get Into That?," a podcast focused on people who are doing incredibly inspiring work. In this post, Grant talks about his experience launching his first course and how it didn't meet his expectations. He then [...]

200 Episodes of #AskPat Later: Revenue and My Top 5 All-Time Favorites!

AskPat, my daily podcast, just hit episode 200 today! Here are the results of producing the show, including revenue, and how it's affecting the rest of my brand. Plus, my top-5 all-time favorite episodes!

Niche Site UPGRADE: Security Guard Training Headquarters

My 4 year old niche site, averaging $2,636.29 per month, is about to get an upgrade. Here are the holes that will be plugged, and the improvements that will be made to get it to 3x the monthly revenue within 6 months. Plus a confession...

My February 2014 Monthly Income Report

Each month I like to write a detailed report that goes over what I’ve done and lessons learned from the previous month, and I always share where my income comes from and exactly how much I’ve earned. For those of you new to SPI, you might be wondering why I care to post my income [...]

SPI 097: John Lee Dumas on His 6-Figure Month, Facebook Webinar Strategy, and Adding Sponsors to Your Show

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.

A Year in Review, What Happened to My Purchased Website and Some Lessons Learned

A lot can happen in a year, and a lot can not happen in a year. With 2012 just about over, it's a great time to see what we've accomplished, but also what we've possibly fell short on. If you didn't meet your goals or follow your plan exactly how you wished, that's okay. Plans [...]

How to Hand Out Flyers Online (Old School and New School Techniques)

I love evergreen content. My blogs and businesses thrive on it. They rely on it. They survive because of it. It's the kind of content that you can publish today that will be relevant and useful to those who will find it tomorrow, next month or next year. It's the kind of content that will [...]

My August 2012 Monthly Income Report

Welcome to my August 2012 Monthly Income Report! This post is special because it's the first post I've published on SPI since becoming a father of two! Our baby daughter was born last week, a couple weeks early, but she and mommy are doing very well. Thank you all for the best wishes and support! [...]

Niche Site Duel: Investigating a Sudden Drop in Earnings

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 [...]