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Make Money With Niche Sites – Progress Report #4 (Week 4)

Hello and welcome to another episode of Let’s Make Money Online with Niche Sites. Today we’ll conclude the first month of this follow-along. Recap: In the beginning of August I launched 3 new niche sites. The results have been both underwhelming and surprisingly good. New content posted this week There’s not very much to report I’m afraid. I always update and add new content to existing pages rather than create new pages whenever possible.  I

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Niche Sites Progress Report #3 (Week 2) – We Have Sales and Traffic!

I originally started this post the week of August 11. I’m only posting it now because I went to Macau instead.  See! What’d I tell you guys.  L*A*Z*Y*. Please excuse the delay. These progress reports track the development of some new niche sites I started in the beginning of the month.  These progress reports are really more for me than they are for you. The most surprising thing I’ve learned is that I’m not as

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Daily Progress Report #2

I have no idea what I’m doing. These progress reports are a form of self-therapy for me as well as a way for me to keep track of what I’ve done.  As a lazy s*o*b* I work in manic spurts and enjoy very long periods of inactivity in between. This means that I have no idea what I’ve done or how to do what I did every time I pick up where I left off. 

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Daily Progress Report #1

New Niche Sites I have several expired domains that have been sitting around in my accounts for over a year.  So far I’ve done nothing with them besides add a blank wordpress install.  All of these domains have regained their PR and receive a trickle of visitors every day.  These are the domains I’m going to use for my new niche site projects. I’ve gone through and installed the default set of plugins that I

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How I allocate my time online: Tumblring on the beach (70%) / Productive work (10%)

Goals for 2014 – because if I don’t do this now I’ll hate myself later.

I see there’s a couple of you who’ve stumbled here from tumblr. If you’re not from tumblr, hello anyways random blog visitors! This is my personal/work blog and from my posting frequency here vs. on tumblr you guys can probably figure out that I’m a lazy s*o*b. But anyways here’s a short explanation of what’s up with this blog and what’s going on in my life. Work I’m going to focus on what’s working. So

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Best free self-hosted newsletter autoresponder

How to setup your free self-hosted autoresponder with Mandrill and Mailpoet

Mailpoet is the easiest and best solution if you want to host your own autoresponder newsletter.  It’s easy to set up and install as a wordpress plugin and it doesn’t tax your server when paired with third party services like Mandrill. Mailpoet is free for up to 2000 subscribers. Mandrill is free for up to 12000 emails per month.  Additional emails cost cents per thousand compared to cents per email with a newsletter service like

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good sci fi ebooks for tweens

Open Minds by Susan Kaye Quinn

An oldie from 2011 that’s still fresh in 2013 When everyone reads minds, a secret is a dangerous thing to keep. An incredible new twist on mind-readers and mind-control.  Kira, a teenage girl who believes she is a “zero”, a freak without mind-reading abilities in a world where telepathy is the norm is about to have her world turned upside down. Review Quinn raises interesting questions about ethics, mind control, and the role of big

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