257: Affiliate Marketing for Bloggers: How Michelle Makes $50,000 a Month Selling Other People’s Products

257: Affiliate Marketing for Bloggers: How Michelle Makes $50,000 a Month Selling Other People’s Products

You might know Michelle Schroeder-Gardner from her super-popular blog MakingSenseofCents.com where she gets hundreds of thousands of readers and makes 6-figures a month.

The bulk of her revenue comes from affiliate marketing, and Michelle now has a course explaining exactly how you too can build a profitable blog at MakingSenseofAffiliateMarketing.com.

255: Finding Your Sweet Spot: How Talking About Air Conditioning Turned Into a 5-Figure a Month Side Hustle

255: Finding Your Sweet Spot: How Talking About Air Conditioning Turned Into a 5-Figure a Month Side Hustle

By day, Bryan Orr helps runs an air conditioning company in Central Florida, and by night he’s a father of 9 — yet somehow he’s found the time to build his HVAC School podcast into a 5-figure a month business in less than a year.

Tasked with training technicians at his day job, he had the idea to put it into an on-demand audio format, and that’s where he found his side hustle sweet spot.

249: SaaS Case Study: How Snappa Bootstrapped Their Way from Idea to $33k MRR in 2 Years

249: SaaS Case Study: How Snappa Bootstrapped Their Way from Idea to $33k MRR in 2 Years

Christopher Gimmer is the founder of Snappa.com, where you can “create online graphics in a snap.” Like perfectly sized social media graphics or blog images easily and professionally.

He’s built a cool do-it-yourself tool that’s sold on a monthly or annual subscription model. Another example of a recurring revenue model that can be scaled up over time.

Self-Publishing Income Report: 12 Months Post-Launch

Self-Publishing Income Report: 12 Months Post-Launch

A year ago I launched my book Buy Buttons out into the world.

It was my most ambitious book project to-date, and I put a lot of effort into the creation and marketing of it.

The launch did well. The book became an Amazon bestseller on its first day and earned around $2600 in profit in its first month.

But several people have asked how it’s done since then, and while I had a vague idea that it was still selling daily, I figured the 1-year anniversary would be a good excuse to dive into the numbers to see in concrete terms how profitable it’s been in its first year.

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