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TR #104: Why Living Abroad Sucks

In episode 104 of the show, I tackle the oft-asked question regarding what’s BAD about living abroad. Truthfully, it’s good most of the time. But sometimes, oh yeah – it’ll make you tear your hair out 😉 Subscribe: iTunes – RSS – PodBean – Google Play – Stitcher If you enjoy this podcast, please leave a review for the show on […]

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FREE 6-Part Video Series: Make $100 Online

I’m thrilled to announce the opening of Pro Niche Site. This is a 100% FREE 6-part video series that will help you build your first profitable website. All you have to do is enter your email: There are 6 videos, detailing the following: More about this will be coming later in the week, so stay tuned. […]

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The First Niche Site, 1 Year Later

Remember Types of Tequila? Yeah. Start laughing. Go ahead now. What was a laughably bad idea turned into a great investment because I learned from it. Even though the site makes nothing, and probably never will (I’m not willing to put the time into make it into an actual income stream)—it taught me some lessons. […]

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The Sales Letter That Made Me “$792/Hour”

Now that you’ve clicked on what is quite possibly the most click-bait title in the history of this website, let me explain 🙂 Last week, I mentioned targeted email marketing. That post discussed that selling to the right people in a small market is often far more profitable than selling to the wrong people in a large […]

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Launching (Another) Travel Niche Site

It’s about time that I “officially” announced one of my newer niche site ventures—Eastern European Travel. It’s not a huge surprise to most of you, I’m sure of that. It might come as a bit of a weird choice, given that I’ve already got Ukraine Living. Well, it was more or less the small success of […]

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Hiring Your Staff From Freelance Sites

At the end of last year, I began hiring people on UpWork and Fiverr. The reason was so that I could grow some of my smaller niche sites faster. There were also some specific articles and keywords that…well, I didn’t care to write about. It’s been a mixed back. I hired a couple of absolute […]

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Business Model of Booking Sites

A lot of guys want to write about travel. Good reason too, and I can’t blame them. Once you’re on the road, it’s easy to churn out fresh and interesting content. Then though, eventually the question comes up of how to make money from a site like that. Generally speaking, you’ve got a few options. All […]

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