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OK, I know what you're thinking — maybe you're not a writer. However, as Tamez says above, chances are, you're an expert sy ~something~. Also, chances are that other people want to know what you know. So whether you write an eBook on dating or tips on how to fix your car, once you write, self-publish the book, and let it go, it can sit on a site like Amazon and sell itself. Of course, you can market it, too, but that's another story! Some sites let you keep most of the earnings, while others do not.
This will help you in checking the reporting and tracking the sales for any program you decide to promote. You also have the option of choosing from different companies that offer different products and services. These include things such as fashion accessories, health and beauty products, electronics and online services such as web hosting and much more.
Create and monetize an app. Mobile applications are a large and still-growing market that can provide you with a large amount of income if you know how to capitalize on it. The first and most challenging step, however, is creating an app that people actually want to use. Try to assess the need for an app by thinking of useful apps you would want or problems that can be solved by an app. Then, look for current apps that met these needs. If they aren't any, or if they aren't any quality ones, consider creating your own app.
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.
Do the math to see if it's worth it. It's very difficult to find a bargain price on property. Some investors were able to do this during the housing crisis, but now that things are more stable it can cost a lot of money to purchase a piece of property. If you do find a bargain, it's probably in desperate need of significant and extensive repairs, which can sink you into debt if you're not careful.
For example, you can design digital products, like animal clipart or a downloadable wedding poem that could be printed by the customer. Your design could be resold thousands of times without needing to create each item or ship it. Once you create your digital product and list it on a site like Etsy or Ebay, the revenue flows in with little oversight.