I already touched on my 1KBlog case study when I first published – How to make money with survey companies, but for those that missed it I’m building a blog that generates at least $1,000 per month or more and I’ll be documenting the process here on my blog. Now let’s get into what I did this last month on Survey Chris, what the results where and what they mean.
Podcast episode number 19 is now live on iTunes
In this podcast episode I interview Spencer Haws about Vylo a project he started with his team member Perrin. This episode is different because we’re speaking at a much earlier stage of the project so you can learn from some of the earlier growth attempts.
Vylo is a voice chat software, marketed specifically to gamers, but is also useful to anyone who needs to create a chat room.
We discuss how they got it up and running, their monetization strategies and what marketing techniques they are using the grow the software. [click to continue…]
I’ve come full circle on my Amazon journey after finding success with their Associates Program, as a Kindle author and am now selling my first private label product on Amazon (more on what that means in a moment).
In my very first 30 days of selling I hit $2,981.10 in sales (and that includes the early days where I was only doing two sales one day, then zero sales etc).
Let’s get to the video proof first and then answer some of the questions you are likely have about this.
Video Proof: My First 30 Days Selling On Amazon.com
The basic premise is that I’m building the site up to make over $1,000+ per month and sharing monthly reports of my progress here on this blog (month 1 income report, month 2 and month 3). I know this method of earning money isn’t for everyone, but for the niche I’m targeting with Survey Chris this should be a very helpful resource.
I’m a firm believer that to reduce financial stress people should try and do two things:
#1. Find a way to earn more money
#2. Keep your personal expenses low
Why are these two things important? Because if you can do them well you can afford to pay for the most important thing of all - your freedom.
Generally I spend most of my time writing about #1 but today I’m focusing on #2 with the review of a phone service I’ve been using for the past 8 months that costs less than half of what my grandfathered unlimited AT&T iPhone plan cost.