Kevin David’s latest YouTube ad has him flashing a check for nearly eighty-one grand. An amount that is more than he used to make in an entire year at his old nine-to-five job. And now he earns that in a single check doing what’s called Amazon FBA. He holds up a box with a unicorn floatie on it. He buys them for just about five dollars apiece. He then turns around and sells them on Amazon for thirty-five bucks a pop. A seven hundred percent markup. Nice.
Aaron Jack’s YouTube ad claims, if you’re learning to code, he can almost guarantee you’re taking the long road instead of the shortest path. “And frankly, that should terrify you. Most people invest a ton of time, end up forgetting ninety percent of what they learned, and then give up in the end anyway. Or they just throw a bunch of money at a coding bootcamp and it still doesn’t work. But there is actually a better strategy and it’s called Learn And Earn.” Continue down the page for my Freemote course review.
Tyler Deveraux is inviting you to attend his brand new two hour live masterclass. He understands what ninety-nine percent of real estate investors don’t. He and his students make a killing doing big, sexy apartment deals that nobody ever talks about. They are much less work and far more profitable than what you see on those reality TV flipping shows. A typical apartment deal has four key roles. Number one is the deal specialist. That’s you. Number two is the sponsor. This could be you, but banks prefer someone more experienced (like Tyler) to sign for the loan.
Neil DeGrasse Tyson believes one of the great challenges in the world today is knowing enough about a subject to think you’re right, but not enough about the subject to know you’re wrong. In a YouTube ad promoting his MasterClass, he says, “There’s like a gazillion hours of me on the internet, and in almost every case I’m talking about the universe. Black holes, the Big Bang, time travel, God. What I’m going to do in this MasterClass is teach you how to think.” Scroll down for my Neil DeGrasse Tyson MasterClass review.
Rasmus Mikkelsen claims you can make a hundred thousand dollars in a single day from your publishing business. This, according to one of his recent YouTube videos. And no, it’s not clickbait, he says. “The truth is, you can make a hundred thousand dollars in a single day,” he begins, “and even much more. A friend of mine made almost two hundred thousand dollars in a single day. All thanks to his publishing business. So if anything, I’m underselling it. I could have said much more than a hundred thousand.”
Stephen and Chelsey Diaz aka The Rainmaker Family have a handful of different income streams. Their favorite is Amazon FBA. Most of us go to Amazon and spend a ton of money. What if you could flip that around? What if you could make more than what you spend on Amazon? Stephen says there are quite a few ways to earn money with Amazon, but FBA (Fulfillment By Amazon) seems to work the best for young families like theirs. How do you get involved? Should you? Scroll down for my Rainmaker Challenge review.
Tom Wang says making a million dollars with Amazon FBA is actually very doable. And no, he’s not talking about earning that slowly, over the course of ten years. He believes you can do it in a year or two. To pull it off, you’ll need to do roughly one-point-one million dollars a year, in revenue, through your Amazon store. Top line. Divide that by twelve and you’re looking at ninety-two grand a month. Divide that by thirty and you’re at three grand a day. Scroll down to hear more from Tom.
Christian Mikkelsen from Publishing Life dot com has the secret to making ten Gs a month publishing on Amazon. Actually, it’s a number of things. First and foremost, reviews are critical. Get a lot of them. Make sure they’re as close to a perfect rating as possible. Aim for fifty or more reviews on your print book (eBook) and your audiobook. Once you do that, you’ll make steady sales. So many self-publishers overlook this. Don’t be one of them. What else? Read on for more insights from Christian.
Rachel Rofe says the only thing better than making lots of sales is making even more sales from repeat customers. “Repeat customers are great because they’ve already bought from you,” she explains. “They know that they like what you’re offering and you don’t have to try and convince them to purchase from you. It’s just a much easier sale. They’re also more likely to tell their friends and family about you if they keep on coming back and having a good experience.” Scroll down for more from Rachel Rofe.
Anton Kraly helps people build wildly profitable, semi-automated dropshipping businesses. In mentoring thousands of students over the years, he’s seen his fair share of dropshippers fail. It’s usually at least one of the following eight reasons. First, they choose the wrong niche. They pick a product with a low price point. Anton only sells products that are two hundred dollars and up. His average order value is around a thousand bucks. You have to consider margins too. Even if you sell something for three hundred, it’s no good if you only pocket twenty bucks per sale.
Tommy Rodriguez is the CEO and founder of Automation Empire. They will build, launch, and grow an Amazon dropshipping business on your behalf. Fully automated so you can spend time with your family. No inventory, no pre-purchasing products. No day-to-day grunt work. Still have a full- or part-time job? Not an issue. Tommy’s team will handle everything. It’ll be completely hands-off on your end. Sound too good to be true? Maybe that’s because it is. Then again, maybe not. Scroll down for my Tommy Rodriguez review.
Jorge Contreras is the founder of The Real System, a mentoring program that teaches you how to make hands-free income through Airbnb but without owning any properties. Why Airbnb? Jorge believes it’s the most effective way to create financial freedom. As opposed to shiny things like Amazon FBA and forex, which require lots of capital and experience. Airbnb is an easy way to dip your toes into entrepreneurship, to get your first win as a real estate investor. Scroll down for more on Jorge’s Airbnb strategy.
Bob Diamond often gets asked how the overages business compares to flipping houses. He obviously believes overages is the superior model. They’re easier deals to get into. You don’t need near as much money. Your typical overage deal costs between a hundred and two thousand dollars to process. Compare that to buying, renovating, and relisting a home, which could easily cost you tens of, if not hundred of thousands of dollars. Okay, what else? Continue down the page for more advantages of Bob Diamond’s Overages Blueprint process.
Christian and Rasmus Mikkelsen are the twin brothers behind The Publishing Life. They sell a course called Audiobook Income Academy which teaches you how to make passive income through audiobooks. It costs one thousand nine hundred and ninety-seven dollars, or three installments of seven hundred and ninety-seven dollars. It’s obvious that the Mikkelsen twins make the majority of their income from course sales these days. Do they still make money practicing what they preach? Did they ever? What is their net worth? Read on for my review.
Patricia Carlin and her husband David are the power couple behind Residual Payments. If you’re here, you’re probably wondering if they have really been featured on Forbes. The short answer? Basically, yes, Patricia has. The long answer? Patricia Carlin is a member of what’s called Forbes Councils. She has been an active member since 2016. How do you become a member? You submit an application, prove you do at least a million a year in revenue, and pay their annual fee of two grand a year. Read on for more details.