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FanPicks is a daily fantasy sports league site that allows members to play NHL, NFL, NBA, NCAA, MLB and MCS. FanPicks claims to be the only site in this field that offers college games and point spread. There are more than 250 open contests and thousands of entries into those contests. There is also an app for the site, allowing people to access it on the go.
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Twitch’s affiliate program offers individuals the ability to earn revenue, while streaming. The platform focuses on standard video game streaming first, but includes coverage of the rapidly growing competitive eSports industry as well. Becoming a Twitch Affiliate enables streamers to earn as long as they stream on a frequent basis, with the option to accumulate revenue from the sale of games and their in-game items. They may also earn via ‘Bits’: virtual goods that viewers can offer, resulting in a share of the revenue for the streamer.
The choices I’ve listed above are the affiliate networks that I’m most familiar with. Most I use today or have used in the past. It’s hardly a complete list of all the good affiliate networks that are out there since there are so many. If you would like to share a network that you really like working with please list it in the comments section at the bottom of this page.
Thanks for the great article…although I have to point out many of the items listed are not passive but active, such as selling bodily fluids, writing blogs or resumes, and collecting bottles and cans. To be truly passive, the income source must require no effort on your part (after initial setup). Real estate, dividends, P2P lending…these are truly passive income sources.
Obviously with such a hugely valuable niche where people will be spending on average around $30,000 to $60,000 on a boat, there will be tons of information and reviews available, right? Wrong! In fact, MOST of the boats that I was interested in had zero reviews to be found anywhere on the internet. Zero. And all the manufacturers showed was a few pictures, sometimes a sales video, and an abbreviated spec sheet. That’s it. I scoured the internet for unbiased reviews of boats and did not find anything helpful at all.