With sites like Wrapify and StickerRide, you can earn hundreds of dollars each month by simply driving around town. You’ll need to place an advertisement on your car and drive a certain number of miles every month. If you’re already on the road for work, travel, or school, advertising allows you to make extra cash without any extra time commitment.
Hey Alison! thanks for taking the time to check out the post! I specifically outlined the post so it would follow a specific structure. This is so readers know what to expect and it helps with the flow of the piece. I’ve actually just finished up a (shortened) PDF version of the post that includes a bonus idea not mentioned here. I’ll be adding this to the post shortly! You’re right on the ebook suggestion — could easily have been made into one. I noticed that you linked to it from the millionaire blog post, thank you so much. Kimberly and I really appreciate the mention.

Managerial accounting defines residual income in a corporate setting as the amount of leftover operating profit after all costs of capital used to generate the revenues have been paid. It is also considered the company's net operating income or the amount of profit that exceed its required rate of return. Residual income is normally used to assess the performance of a capital investment, team, department or business unit.


Everyone already knows about Amazon and it's become one of the first places people visit if they need something though. No one needs to introduce you to Amazon and Amazon really doesn't need those YouTube links and what not to drive traffic to them. It would've made sense when it was just launching, but I see little reason for Amazon to be paying for an affiliate program when they're one of the largest (if not the largest) ecommerce sites out there.
Who doesn’t like some down and dirty affiliate fees?!  Especially if you realize it can be even easier to make money this way than with an ebook.  After all, you simply need to concentrate on pumping out some content for your own site and getting the traffic in, often via Google or social media.  Unsurprisingly, most people can enjoy their first affiliate sale within 30 days of starting a blog.  Continue reading >

I’ve owned several traditional brick and mortar stores in a few locations around the world and have always been a small business owner at heart. But with www.missmamiescupcakes.com, I am on track to generate $1,000 per month in passive revenue through my reviews. It does take a fair amount of work up front, but once you get traffic, it converts to passive revenue pretty quickly.
Write A Book - Once the initial work of creating the book is done, and you’ve spent some time developing an effective marketing plan, selling books can be a great way to produce residual income.  Once your book is available on a site like Amazon, you could receive a check each month for doing absolutely nothing. Obviously, the more time you spend marketing, the more money you’ can potentially put in you bank account.
In 2007, Pat Flynn making $38,000 a year when he created a blog to help him study for a professional exam. When he realized he had thousands of visitors daily, he put ads on the site. When he wrote an ebook and sold it on the site, he earned more in one month than he ever had in his life. Now, six years, 12 websites, 100,000 email subscribers and 9.5 million podcast downloads later, Flynn, 31, has earned roughly $2.7 million dollars online with “passive income” strategies. He blogs about his secrets at SmartPassiveIncome.com, hosts a podcast by the same name, and told us about his journey in this Q&A. Here are his tips on getting started generating your own passive income. 
If you know anything well, a place, how to fix something, how to make something, how to do something, you can write a guide for it. You can sell your guide as an e-book, offer it as a download for a fee on your site or reach out to bloggers with similar content and ask if they will offer it as a paid download on their website (for a price of course).
Many people talk about passive income and create the impression that you never have to do anything to keep that income going. The truth is that you will normally have to keep your eye on things if you want it to run smoothly. For example Richard Branson doesn’t run any of the 400+ companies he started but he goes over the numbers each day to make sure they’re performing well and calls the CEO if there are any problems.
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