Passive income does not mean passing it on to the state
I’m living outside of Austin, TX by way of St. Louis, Missouri. The old saying of “everything is bigger in Texas” is not a misnomer, especially when it comes to speeding tickets! I’ve got to figure out a way of paying off a $200+ fine. Let’s see if I can hasten that passive income a bit. Let’s get to the real reason you’re here.
I’ve been doing a ton of reading lately, and I’ve discovered some blogs that I was previously oblivious to. So in no particular order, I’ve found these sites to offer nice insights into passive income, SEO, e-mail list, and online marketing.
The following is a snippet of his post on making money on e-mail list “I choose to build and use my email lists the right way (as explained above). Especially my email list for this blog. But I must admit, I have been very tempted to go the wrong way. Because I know that it works – it has been very tempting to send out tons of email blasts that do nothing but promote products. But I won’t do it. I can’t do it. I don’t like getting those types of emails myself – so I don’t send them to my email lists.” Matthew offers ethical and transparent information on passive income. Well worth a read.
Believe it or not, I am just now discovering the page that Pat runs. I had heard his name before, but something shiny grabbed my attention before I could check it out. Another good resource on learning the ropes.
I haven’t seen an update on here for quite a while, but this is a wonderful page for reading about travel and niches that generate some passive income.
This is a site that I read quite a bit and have a couple sites in the works based on the information I’ve gathered from here. It’s based on Amazon marketing, which I know some people don’t care for, but hey, passive income is passive whether it’s 8% or 50%.
What did I miss?
I’m sure there’s many, many more sites that I have yet to discover. Which sites do you frequent? Share in the comments!
Thanks guys, now I’m off to figure out how pay that traffic ticket.