Self-Fulfillment: Self-fulfillment is a great option for sellers looking for 100% control of the shipping process and lower costs. This is a giant undertaking, depending on your business model. You must have a warehouse to store the inventory and the resources to handle today’s shipping expectations. Fulfilling orders is time consuming and can become a burden as your business grows. Only choose this option if you want complete control of the fulfillment process and have the resources to do so.
Ebay is another famous and easy to use affiliate website. You can earn money by directing people to register on Ebay or refer them to buy any item. To maximize your r=earnings, you can have your own website that sells the product(s) you are directing people to. For every product someone buys through your website’s link, you get commission and for every registration through your website, you get 25-30$.

​Self Publishing is mainstream today. When you purchase an eBook off of Amazon there’s a pretty good chance you’re buying a self-published book. Self-publishing is also ridiculously easy. I tried this a few years ago and couldn’t believe how simple the process was. To self-publish a book you’ll first need to write and edit it, create a cover, and then upload to a program such as Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing. Don’t expect instant success though. There will need to be a lot of upfront marketing before you can turn this into a passive income stream.


Great article Glen! I wish I saw this when it came out 2 years ago! I recently bought a number of .com’s for a couple of the niche’s you covered here. That’s encouraging, as that particular niche still has some nice numbers and not as saturated as it seems. I’m also happy to hear you like the rank and rent model, and I think a couple of other projects are now going to go in that direction. Thanks for all your great material.

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