7 Proven Tactics To Make $100 Per Day Online

Without Google!

Gael Breton - August 16th 2015

​Why $100 per day? Let me tell you.

If you can make $100 every day, you don't need a job almost anywhere in the world.

Making $100/day is also validation.

It means you have enough marketing chops to make it on your own. The answer to the question "can I make a living on the internet?"

Most importantly, once you know how to make $100/day, you can scale up your business to make $500, $1,000 and even $10,000 per day (hey we can all dream).

Reaching the $100/day mark, however, is not easy because it takes more than a few lucky sales or Adsense clicks to hit that number consistently: it takes a proven method.

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By the way our juicing ebook is around that mark right now :).

The good news is, there are more methods ​today than there ever was. Back in the day niche sites and SEO were pretty much the only consistent way to achieve it.

Nowadays, SEO is a matured market and is very competitive making it a poor choice for newbies. However all the 3rd platforms out there are much easier to gain visibility on and can spark a business than can THEN compete on Google.​

For newbie marketers, it can be really confusing choosing a single method and sticking with it (especially sticking with it, people keep switching idea when they are starting usually).

This is why in this post, we've combed through the most popular methods for making money online without SEO and picked out 7 of the best that don't need any initial investment.

Additionally, with all of these methods, you have the opportunity to then build an authority site that could​ make your business a lot more passive in the future.

What are these 7 methods? Read on to find out!​

What You Will Learn In This Post


  • What are the best methods to make money without spending any cash
  • What are the pros and cons of the best money making methods
  • How you can scale each method to make 6 and even 7 figures
  • The tools you need to make the most of each method
  • The exact steps you need to follow to get started

Become a Youtuber

Youtube is largely underestimated by most online marketers because video scares them. But that's an incredible opportunity given the fact that Youtube is the #2 search engine and #3 website in the world.

It's also incredibly easy to generate traffic with the related videos, search etc and unlike sites like Instagram, the guys at Youtube give you plenty of ways to send traffic OFF of Youtube to affiliate offers, sales pages etc.​

This is actually something we are looking into with Authority Hacker as our tutorials (around 30 short videos so far) are seeing some serious growth on Youtube and they're perfect leads for our premium member area.​

Our Youtube growth in the past few months without doing much for it.

We have now started including call to actions on our videos and see trickles of highly engaged traffic and affiliate link clicks happen on complete autopilot just for having a video up there (no marketing needed).

How Can you do it too? Let's find out.​

Pros

  • Getting video views easier than getting site traffic since you have access to YouTube's massive built-in audience.
  • Well-optimized YouTube videos regularly show up at the top of Google search results.
  • With cards and annotations, it is easy to direct traffic to landing/sales pages.

Cons

  • You need to be not afraid to talk and appear on camera.
  • It takes time and lots of videos to build up a large subscriber base.
  • Your subscribers will expect regular content updates from you. You will have to commit to a set posting schedule.

Why it works

Despite its size, competition on YouTube is still WAY low when compared to blogs and websites.

There are a almost a billion websites in 2014 while only 500 million Youtube channels with only 1/10 being monetised.

For newbies, there is no steep technical learning curve. You don't have to setup a website, buy a domain name, or master complicated marketing concepts.

A decent webcam and a cheap mic is often enough to get started.

Actually, most phones can do decent enough video for you to start as well.

More importantly, YouTube gives you access to tons of existing traffic through search, social and its own platform.

You also have higher reach on social: video is the most shared content on Facebook. It also dominates Google SERPs, with YouTube alone accounting for 82% of all videos.

All this makes YouTube a wonderful platform for newbies without an audience.​

Monetisation methods

Advertising

Ads will be a big source of earnings especially for viral videos. On average, you can make up to $2 per 1,000 views.

Affiliate

You can direct traffic from keyword-focused info videos to affiliate products and earn commissions.

Products

You can sell your own products by directing traffic to landing pages and building an email list.

What it takes to make $100/day on Youtube

There are two ways to get to $100/day: advertising, and selling your own or affiliate products.

Advertising

  • ​YouTube pays its content partners more or less $2/1,000 views.
  • You will need 50,000 views/day to get to $100/day.
  • Useful only if you can consistently make fun, viral videos.
  • You can also take sponsors in if you are in a specific niche. Those pay up to $10/1000 views making the view threshold much lower (9000 - 10,000  per day realistically).

Affiliate/Owned Products

  • ​YouTube videos can get a CTR of up to 4% - depending on where the link is placed. For most people, however, a CTR of 1-1.5% is common.
  • At 1% CTR, you will need 15,000 views/day to get 150 visitors to a landing page. (50 videos @ 300 views daily is quite realistic)
  • With 150 targeted visitors/day, you can easily capture 75 emails/day with a conversion rate of 50% (our average for cold traffic to a squeeze page).
  • With a $35/sale earning and a 4% conversion rate, you can easily make 3 sales per day, netting over $100/day.

Remember that you can always tap your list multiple times. This list will also grow with each passing month, making it the preferred method for making money from YouTube in 2015.

How the business can scale

Building a 6, 7 or even 8 figure business is a matter of increasing your view & subscriber count, building a list, and collaborating with other YouTubers.

  • Get more views: Increasing subscribers and views will help you get more ad revenue. PewDiePie made $7M in 2014 from ads shown to his 38M subscribers. The best way to do that is simply to produce more videos.
  • Get Acquired: Working with other creators to build a 'network' can help you scale revenues and know the right people to then be acquired. Maker Studios, a network of YouTube content creators, was acquired by Disney for $950M.
  • Sell products: Creating and selling products relevant to your audience is one of the fastest ways to scale. Michelle Phan turned her makeup tutorial videos into an e-Commerce company with $84M in revenues in 2014.

As you can see, it is possible to make thousands of dollars being a Youtuber. Either by creating high view count videos and advertising / getting sponsored or by creating niche videos and selling related products.

Recommended Tools

  • ChannelPages.com: Find other YouTubers to collaborate with.
  • VidIQ: Great Youtube analytics extension to optimise your videos
  • Famebit: Find sponsors for your channel and earn money on top of advertising.
  • Patreon: Get your subscribers to sponsor your channel with a monthly pledge.

First Steps To Get Started

  1. Sign up for Google and setup your own channel.
  2. Invest in a HD capable camera and microphone (or use your phone if it's good enough).
  3. Record your video, edit it, then upload on YouTube.
  4. Promote on Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, and related forums. Make sure to optimize the title for search. It surprisingly doesn't take much more than that to get views.

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We have a much bigger guide on Youtube SEO Planned up if you're interested in this career.

Launch a Niche Product

I have said it multiple times in previous podcasts, if you want to make money quick, product comes first (I actually think we'll create products before we launch sites next).

The idea is simple: Create the way monetise the audience and piggy back ride other people's audiences by giving them an opportunity to get a piece of the pie.

​Don't worry about the blogging, the content, the social media, leave it to the people who have been in the niche for years.

Instead, market to the influencers in the industry by offering something their audience wants (training, software, service) and give them the opportunity to earn good money for promoting you with an affiliate program.

If you manage to convince even 1-3 influencers, you will be able to earn money quickly and grow an audience off the customers they send your way.​

Pros

  • Don't need a lot of traffic to get to $100/day. You can also do recurring billing for consistent revenues
  • Recruiting affiliates enables you to generate traffic without the need for an audience initially.
  • New tools make it easy to receive payments and deliver products.

Cons

  • Products can be hard to create, especially if you can't code or design.
  • Recruiting affiliates can be challenging for unknown marketers
  • Need to master multiple disciplines (marketing, sales, conversion optimization, copywriting, etc.) to hit it big

Why it's great

  • You just need to convince a few people that what you have is great to get massive exposure.
  • You now have a list of people who spend money in a given niche. It's easy to push more offers to them.
  • You can build a blog on top of your sales page and grow an authority site from that product site.
  • You can play with scalable tactics like PPC from day 1 because you have a monetisation path.

Monetisation methods

Products

Your own product sales will be your bread and butter, making for the largest chunk of revenues.

Affiliate

You can either recruit affiliates to sell your products, or include affiliate offers inside products or as a follow up to maximise revenue.

What it takes to make $100/day through niche products

Taking a product from 0 to $100/day in sales is relatively easy (actually easier than Youtube), Plus you get to control the customer experience and add upsells any time to maximise income.

​Depending on how you price the product, your conversion rate and the quality of the traffic, you can get to $100/day as follows:

Product Price

Sales/Day

Conversion Rate

Visitors/Day

$49

2

1%

200

$99

1

0.7%

143

$199

0.5

0.5%

100

You get the idea. When you have a quality product, a proven source of traffic, and a strong sales page, it is dead simple to get to $100/day with niche products.

The best part? You can capture emails and send them additional offers. You can include affiliate links inside products and make extra cash.

How the business can scale

Of all the methods on this list, creating niche products is the easiest way to scale to 6-7 figures. 

Here are some ways to grow into a multi-million dollar info business:​

  • Launch multiple products in the same niche, like Shane Melaugh who made millions selling WordPress themes and plugins.
  • Slowly grow a single product in size and complexity, then raise venture funding - the path taken by Rand Fishkin of Moz.
  • Turn a single info product into a complete membership program - the method followed by Brian Clark of Copyblogger.

Recommended Tools

  • Screencast-o-matic: Free screen capture recording tool - perfect for video products.
  • Clickbank: Sell your products and recruit affiliates.
  • Membermouse: Build quality member areas for your customers
  • Thrive Themes: Build your sales pages and member content with their affordable drag & drop builder.

First Steps To Get Started

  1. Research the market. I could tell you a bunch of fluff on finding what the market needs. Don't bother, find books in that market on Amazon, read the 1 and 2 star reviews to find what the most critical people want and build that. The 5 star people will love it too.
  2. Outreach to bloggers and people with an audience in this market pitching them the idea, a hypothetical price and a commission structure. If they say they'd like to promote it you have a winner, if not, ask them why and adapt your pitch until they want to promote it.
  3. Create your product. Either build it yourself by acquiring the right skills, or hire freelancers to do it for you but always edit the final copy yourself, you can't outsource caring.
  4. Setup the sales page, conversion funnels, landing pages, email autoresponders, etc. using the tools listed above.
  5. Outreach back to the bloggers and get them to send some traffic your way.

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Create a Visual Niche Curation Site

Buzzfeed, ViralNova, Distractify, Diply...countless websites have made millions in the last few years by curating content from other sources and presenting them in a visual format. Creating listicles, quizzes and slideshows is not only easy, but can also get you millions of visitors for cheap.

As Jon Dykstra, one of the bloggers on our top 23 bloggers online list shows, creating a visual niche curation site is one of the fastest ways to get to $100/day online.​

Pros

  • Getting traffic is easy since visual content gets more shares on social media
  • Content creation is straightforward since you only have to curate instead of creating fresh content.
  • Access to massive existing audience on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest through paid and organic channels.

Cons

  • Facebook's organic reach is steadily declining, which means you have to pay to get traffic
  • Lots of existing competition, though the quality varies considerably
  • Difficult to support affiliate models; need lots of traffic to make advertising profitable

Why it works

This is one of the most newbie friendly methods on this list to get started with your own site - at least when it comes to creating content.

You don't have to stand before a camera, build niche products, or master lead generation.

All you need to do is put together a WordPress site, curate content from sites like Reddit, and throw up some Facebook ads to get started.

Plus, there are other reasons to choose this method as well:

  • Easier to scale: Once you've mastered the basics, you can expand the site's focus, buy more ads and scale to millions of visitors - like Buzzfeed, ViralNova, etc.
  • Easier to run: You won't have to spend hours writing content from scratch - you just have to wrap existing content in your own voice.
  • Easier to market: Social media loves visual, viral content. You can easily expand your focus by buying ads on Facebook and even doing some retargeting for ultra cheap traffic (as low as $0.01/click)

Monetisation methods

Advertising

Advertising will be your primary source of income, either from AdSense or display ads

Affiliate

You can easily link out to affiliate offers for product focused content

Products

Once you have a large enough audience, you can sell your own niche products (don't expect high conversions though)

What it takes to make $100/day through visual niche websites

Since your primary source of income through visual niche curation websites will be advertising, figuring out how much traffic you'll need to hit $100/day is relatively easy.

At an average $4 CPM, you will need 25,000 page views daily to hit $100/day. This might sound like a lot, but even a couple of viral posts can earn you hundreds of thousands pageviews once they hit.

With better ads and ad placements, you can easily increase earnings to $6 - 10 CPM. At this rate, you will need around 13,000 daily pageviews.

With services such as Ezoic or Sortable (which Jon from FatStacksBlog used to grow revenues by 40%), you can push the CPM even higher. For most niches, anywhere between 400,000 to 600,000 pageviews will help you hit $100/day.​

How the business can scale

There are two ways you can scale this model:

  1. Increase advertising spend: By spending more money on Facebook/Twitter/Pinterest/Outbrain/Taboola and retargeting, you can exponentially increase your audience size.
  2. Expand focus: By increasing your site focus beyond a single niche, you can reach a larger audience.

​As ViralNova, Buzzfeed, Distractify, Diply, etc. prove, this model is incredibly scalable. ViralNova managed a sale a $100M, while Buzzfeed has raised $96M at a $850M valuation.

So forget six figures - with enough ad spend and writers, you can even hit eight or even nine figures with this model (if you're lucky).

Scaleable? Definitely yes!

Recommended Tools

  • Canva: For creating blog headers and social media graphics
  • Ezoic: Test layouts and increase ad revenues
  • AdEspresso: Test Facebook ads and increase shares

First Steps To Get Started

  1. Buy a domain name. Choose something that is brandable and doesn't have your niche term in it. This will help you expand to other niches later.
  2. Setup a WordPress site on the domain name. Make sure to pick a host that can handle your target traffic figure. For best results, choose Traffic Planet Hosting, it's cheap and affordable.
  3. Choose a clean, responsive theme that emphasizes social shares. Check out Performag for that.
  4. Start creating content by curating pictures, stories and ideas from platforms such as Reddit, consider using ahrefs to reverse engineer top content from viral sites too adding your own share-worthy headlines and captions.

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Sell Fiverr Gigs

You've probably heard of Fiverr - the platform where anyone can sell anything for $5. Internet marketers already know and love it for its marketing gigs, but it is also a great platform to make your first $100 online.

This is clearly not as sexy as receiving checks from Google because it involves working for others but Fiverr can be the start of a pretty decent service company as it helps you do the hardest thing for service businesses: find clients​

From social media marketing and logos to videos and songs, there is little that you can't sell on Fiverr, and along the way, reach your $100/day mark.

Pros

  • Easy to get started. Signing up takes just a minute and there is no need to handle payments or delivery.
  • Huge existing marketplace of hungry buyers.
  • You can increase earnings exponentially with Fiverr 'Gig Extras'

Cons

  • Need 25 gigs/day to get to the $100 mark or a lot of extras. Fiverr keeps $1 from each sale.
  • Service-focused business take time and are hard to scale up.
  • Some niches already over-saturated with competition.

Why it works

Fiverr is one of the most newbie friendly platforms to start a service-focused business. There are no setup costs, no complicated sign-up process, and no delay before you can start selling.

It's massive audience and trusted brand name means you can start making sales right from day one. 

Fiverr is also location agnostic - that is, you can sell gigs from anywhere. If you're from outside the US/UK/Europe, or want to travel while you make money, this is for you.

If you're thinking "$5 is too low", you can always make extra money with each sale by offering 'Gig Extras' (over $100/sale) , which are not bound by the $5 limit.

This is a great way to upsell expensive services after hooking in buyers with your cheap $5 offer.​

Monetisation methods

Services

Offering services in exchange for cash will be your primary source of earnings with Fiverr

What it takes to make $100/day on Fiverr

As per Fiverr's rules, all gigs must be priced at $5. From this, Fiverr keeps $1 as its fee. This means you get $4 for each gig you sell.

Simple math says that you will need to sell 25 gigs every day to reach the $100/day target. 

This might sound like a lot, but remember that you can always earn even more through Gig Extras.

You can charge anything from $5 to $100+ for each extra. This testimonial video recorder, for example, offers to film with a green screen for $50. He also offers to advertise your video on his own YouTube channel for an extra $100.​

As you can imagine, these numbers can quickly add up. If you can upsell even $40 worth of gig extras, you will need to make just 12 sales/day to hit your target numbers.

That is totally possible when looking at the sales numbers of many gigs.​

How the business can scale

Outside of transitioning into products, there is only one guaranteed way to go from making $100/day in Fiverr gigs to a 6-7 figure business: upselling.

​If we were still in the agency game I'd certainly set fiverr gigs up not to make a profit but to build a client list.

I would then attach a URL of a free bonus lead magnet on my site while delivering the gig with an offer on the thank you page (think 1 click up-sale after you bought)​ and slowly try to transform these clients into multi hundred dollar recurring clients through email marketing and relationship building.

You could then scale your site up by investing the profit into content, ads etc.

Recommended Tools

None other than looking on Fiverr for Gigs ideas, this is a true bootstrap one.

First Steps To Get Started

  1. Browse Fiverr to get a feel for the competition in different categories. Brainstorm some gig ideas.
  2. Setup your account. Choose a catchy name that aligns with your business.
  3. Create your gigs. You can setup as many gigs as you want. The key to Fiverr success is to experiment aggressively with different gig types (they cost nothing to setup anyway).
  4. Create appropriate graphics to sell your gigs. Use a tool such as Canva to make this process easier. Also make sure to write an attractive description that focuses on the gig's benefits (and not just features).

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Teach on Udemy

Udemy is the (relatively) new kid on the block - an e-learning website that has grown by leaps and bounds over the last few years. Today, it is one of the top 700 websites in the world with thousands courses from instructors all around the world.

Teaching on Udemy is a great way to reach the vaunted $100/day mark. The platform is massive and easy to use, and the students are more than happy to shell hundreds of dollars for each course. It also supports courses in virtually any category and for any skill level. 

If you have a love for teaching and have knowledge to share, this would be the easiest - and the most enjoyable - way to $100/day.​

Pros

  • Relatively unsaturated market for video courses with lots of potential
  • Target market is not very price conscious; easy to sell courses for over $100
  • Udemy handles payment, delivery and also helps in marketing your courses

Cons

  • Need to have existing knowledge about a topic in order to teach it
  • Current course offerings are more tailored towards tech and marketing
  • Most courses focus on video; need to be comfortable before a camera

Why it works

Teaching e-courses on Udemy is one of the easiest ways to get started on your $100/day journey. Plus it has that passive income feel most people are after unlike Fiverr. Once you're up and running, sales happen and you don't need to manage clients other than answering questions.

You don't have to deal with setting up a website, sales page or worry about payment and delivery. Udemy will do everything for you, handling payment, delivery, and even helping you create your first course.

But that's not all - Udemy (which has raised a massive $113M so far​) aggressively markets itself across the internet. It regularly features top courses in its marketing, which means you get tons of expensive targeted paid traffic without spending out of your pocket (but they take a cut if they make a sale).

Perhaps most importantly, the Udemy brand name is recognised by students. By teaching on Udemy, you get an instant audience (existing Udemy customers), and the credibility that comes with the Udemy name (people are not afraid to drop their credit card info on the site).

Monetisation methods

Products

Your courses will be your primary products, and the largest source of your income. The good news is the profit margin on those is very high.

Affiliate

You can include referral links in your course material (when it's actually useful), or guide students to affiliate pages to earn extra cash.

Services

Many instructors achieve "expert" status in a niche and offer additional "done for you" services on the side for extra cash.

What it takes to make $100/day on Udemy

According to Udemy, the average price per course is $75. Udemy follows a rather odd revenue sharing formula (shown here), but on average, you can expect around a 70:30 split between you an Udemy.

Which means you can expect to make ~$50 from each sale on average.

At this rate, you will need just 2 course sales/day to each the $100/day figure, or just 60 students a month.

Considering that some of the top courses have nearly 20,000 enrolled students, reaching 2 sales/day is a relatively easy task, especially if you come from a marketing background (or read this blog religiously :).

I actually have been hanging out on their content creator Facebook group to get an idea of how much money real people make off it and ran into several stories like this one proving you can clearly hit the $100/day mark after putting some work into Udemy:

It should also give you some confidence to know that 1 in 4 instructors on Udemy makes upwards of $10,000/month through the platform.​

How the business can scale

There are essentially two tactics to scale up your Udemy business and one to transform it into a fully owned business:

  • Get more students: Top courses in each category regularly draw tens of thousands of students. This course on selling courses on Udemy, for instance, has 23,990 students - at $300 per student!
  • Create more courses: Top Udemy instructors often have several courses on offer, varying in price and complexity. This company, for example, offers 67 courses with nearly 380,000 total students. On an individual level, developer Brad Hussey offers 6 courses that have a combined 92,859 students.
  • Get off Udemy: Udemy is an incredible way to acquire an audience but after a while if you gain some credibility you probably want to create your own spin off on your site to keep most of the profit and to open up new marketing opportunities like content marketing.

​Other than this, you can try to scale up your prices, but the market won't tolerate high prices beyond a certain point. Udemy also limits course prices to $300. 

Your best bet is to start by maximizing the number of students enrolled in your courses initially, then creating additional courses and cross-selling them to existing students and then consider creating your own platform when you already do well.

Because Authority Hacker already had a decent audience we did not go that route here but I will certainly be leveraging Free and cheap courses on Udemy as tripwires to then upsell people into becoming full time AH pro members.

I might even reach $100/day on Udemy doing that :).​

Recommended Tools

First Steps To Get Started

  1. Browse Udemy to get a feel for the competition in your category.
  2. Follow this link to become a instructor on Udemy. You will have to link your Paypal and complete an application if you want to sell paid courses.
  3. Gauge demand for your course by offering a 'lite' free version of your course. Use Facebook ads with retargeting to get initial traffic.
  4. If you get enough interest, start creating a full-version of your course.

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Local Lead Generation

Every day, thousands of local businesses around you wake up and wonder how they can get new customers. They know that internet marketing can be effective, but have no idea how to use it. 

This is where you come in - with your marketing knowledge, you can help local businesses generate fresh leads, and in the process, get paid top dollar.

Local lead generation is one of the best kept secrets in internet marketing. It is wildly lucrative, relatively easy and incredibly scaleable.​

To be honest if I had to start from scratch today, I would probably consider that route over authority sites​ and I've been thinking of ways to implement this on our sites as well because the potential for earnings is insane and it's really easy.

Pros

  • Easy to get started since most local businesses are clueless about online marketing.
  • Most businesses are happy to pay $50 or more for high quality leads
  • Limited competition locally, especially outside big cities (NYC, LA, London, etc.)

Cons

  • Lead buyers who can't close deals because of poor sales processes will question quality of your leads
  • Need some experience in getting traffic and capturing leads
  • Need to work out agreements with local lead buyers, often on an individual basis

Why it works

Even though local lead generation is a multi-billion dollar industry, it is incredibly easy to get started, even for rank newbies.

If you know the basics of internet marketing and can put together a lead capture form with a landing page, you can generate leads for local businesses.

You will have to negotiate agreements with local lead buyers at first. However, once you've done this a few times, you will not only have the process pat down, but will also have clients you can use as validation of your services (overall it's much easier to sell on a pay per lead basis than on a monthly retainer so that's not super tough).

You'll find plenty of takers for your offer because local businesses are often paying up to $50/click to Google. If you can offer them targeted, qualified leads for the same amount, they'll ​love you for it.

Monetisation methods

Products

A lead is essentially the same as a 'product'. Selling leads as a product will be your primary source of earnings

Advertising

Down the line you can create a site ranking for local keywords and sell ad space on top of capturing leads.

What it takes to make $100/day through local leads

How much you can charge for each lead depends on two factors: the industry and the lead quality.

  • Industry: The value of each lead is directly proportional to the value the businesses can derive from the lead. Lawyers, financial institutions, etc. are often willing to pay top dollar for leads. Check Google AdWords CPC to get an idea of what businesses are willing to pay in different industries.
  • Lead quality: The amount of data available for each lead and the lead's current stage in the buyer's journey have a big impact on lead prices. Typically, the more data you have and the closer the lead is to making a purchase, the higher the lead value.

For some businesses, it is possible make nearly $50 or more for each lead. Even with a conservative $20/lead pay rate, you will have to sell just 5 leads a day to make $100/day. 

At 1% conversion rate and cold traffic, you will need just 500 visitors/day to capture 5 leads/day. If the traffic is targeted and the site content highly relevant, you can increase the conversion rate to nearly 4-10%.

Thus, you can make your 5 leads/day quota with as little as 50 visitors/day.​

How the business can scale

You might not realize it, but some of the top websites in the world essentially follow the local lead generation model.

Yelp, for example, makes money by charging local businesses for leads. This has catapulted Yelp to nearly $2Bn in market cap with nearly $360M in 2014 revenues.​

To scale this business, you can do two things:​

  • Target other industries: Increase your earning potential by targeting more than one industry.
  • Target other cities: Go beyond your local city and target businesses from cities nearby.
  • Create companies offering the service yourself to keep all the money.

In fact, when you think about it, even Google is essentially a referral engine for businesses. And I think it's done pretty well for itself :)

Plus, if you're intimidated by the process, just take a look at some of the landing pages I found for highly commercial keywords that can yield $100+ leads without problem.​

Top of adwords: Private Investigator Desmoines, note the @aol.com email

#1 on Adwords for "pool cleaning service Oxnard". That's right, not even about pool cleaning service.

Middle of Adwords "locksmith santa rosa". Note how there's no call to action at all.

If you have been reading Authority Hacker, you must be able to do better. Then it's just a matter of connecting supply and demand and making a profit. Easy and scalable.

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First Steps To Get Started

  1. Choose a target industry. The best industries are ones that spend a lot on ads and have a limited internet presence (such as lawyers)
  2. Setup a website, preferably with the industry/location name in the domain (such as "FindLawyers.com" or "NYCDoctors.com").
  3. Create a landing page and direct traffic to the page to collect your leads. Try to collect more than the email (name, address, budget etc) to sell the leads for more.
  4. Once you have 2 -3 leads, Contact local businesses and offer them your leads at a price lower than their ad spend.
  5. Scale.

Become a Freelancer

Every year, businesses spend tens of billions of dollars (up to $300Bn, according to Accenture) on freelance labor. A huge chunk of this is spent online on platforms such as Freelancer, Upwork, etc.

For newbies looking to start their online careers, taking a slice of this $300Bn pie presents one of the best ways to reach the $100/day mark.

You don't need any capital investments, no website, and no contacts. If you have a marketable skill - and the patience to build upon it - $100/day should be a cakewalk.

While many will argue that this is not better than a job I disagree. If you are able to charge enough, you can make a sustainable living in less than 8 hours/day and spend time on other projects rather than being at the office.

This is not a perfect long term solution and you probably won't become an overnight millionaire with this but it's a good way to get off the "mandatory 8 hours/day" that kill your time and opportunities to grow your own thing.​

Pros

  • High potential: top freelancers often make over $10k/month or just make a living but have time to spend on other things.
  • Easy to get started; don't need website, product or advertising
  • Working directly with successful clients is a valuable learning experience

Cons

  • Have to deal with clients; can be stressful for deadline focused work
  • Tons of competition from cheap bidders on popular platforms (try to price high and deliver high value instead)
  • You are essentially trading time for money - like a job

Why it works

Freelancing is arguably the most newbie friendly method on this list for four reasons:

  • No startup costs. Can get started on popular platforms for $0.
  • Tons of existing trusted platforms such as Freelancer, Elance (Upwork), etc.
  • Massive demand for thousands of skills in thousands of industries. Whatever your skill, there is arguably a client for it
  • Don't need a website, blog or any technical expertise to get started.

Because it's so easy and close to a job, it's also the one with the lowest ceiling for earnings but hey, the goal here is to make $100/day to get out of the cubicle.

Freelancing is a great first step for that especially if you also make a move to a cheap place and re invest smartly.

Monetisation methods

Services

As a freelancer, you essentially make money by offering services

Products

You can package your services as a 'product', such as offering monthly SEO packs, website content, etc.

What it takes to make $100/day through freelancing

With freelancing, your income potential depends on your skill, expertise level, and ability to market yourself.

For example, there are writers on Freelancers charging just $1/article.

There are also writers charging clients $250/hour.

Depending on where you fall on the skill-marketability spectrum, you might need dozens of clients to reach the $100/day figure, or just one.

As an example, if you are a writer, at an average rate of $20/500 words, it will take you just 2,500 words, or 5 blog posts to hit the $100 mark. ​A skilled writer can easily write at least 500 words/hour. This means you can reach your target figure within 5 hours of work every day.

That gives you 3 - 5 hours per day to work on your own projects while making a decent living and pushing for more passive / scalable income.​

How the business can scale

Scaling up in freelancing is difficult since you are essentially trading time for money, and there are only 24 hours in a day. However, there are a few ways to hit the 6 or 7 figure mark with this model:

  • Charge more: Top freelancers routinely charge over $100/hour. At this rate, you will need just 80 hours of work to hit the 6-figure mark.
  • Start an agency: To grow beyond 6 figures, you will need to expand your client base and hire people to serve them. This obviously involves higher responsibility and may not be everyone's cup of tea. Do you want us to write about our experience growing an agency to a team of 30 people? Let us know in the comments and we might make a post about it :).

Recommended Tools

  • UpWork: Massive new platform formed after merger of oDesk and Elance
  • Toggl: Tool for tracking your time
  • FreshDesk: Freelancer-focused tool for creating invoices and managing billing
  • Time Doctor - A complete time management suite for freelancers and web professionals.

First Steps To Get Started

  1. Make a list of your marketable skills. Browser platforms like Freelancer to see if there is a strong demand for any of these skills and how much people charge for it.
  2. Identify the main pain points of your customers - what are their challenges and issues when working with freelancers? 
  3. Setup accounts on all popular freelancing websites. Also frequent niche focused job sites such as Problogger job board if you are a writer.
  4. Start applying to jobs, making sure to highlight how you can solve the client pain points you brainstormed in step #2 and customise every application. 90% of freelancers send a template not even reading the job ad. Don't be that guy if you want to charge above average.
  5. In the meantime, build out your portfolio and try to get featured on known publications and websites to increase your credibility.

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Conclusion

If you're getting started with internet marketing, you'll find that setting up a website/blog and building traffic is one of the slowest ways to hit the $100/day mark.

I know it sounds sexy to just "rank in Google" but the truth is it takes a lot now to show up there and even then you need to convert that traffic (even harder than getting the traffic in the first place).

Instead, you will find far more success faster ​if you pick one of the methods outlined above.

The best way to get started is to use a popular 3rd party platform (Fiverr, Elance, YouTube, etc.) to build up your skills/traffic/cash flow/client base. Once you have enough experience (or clients), transition them to your own properties.

I purposely left Amazon out because we will probably dedicate an entire post to it.​

Once you have people on your own site, you can do anything - capture their emails, push affiliate offers, sell products, offer services, etc.

This is often the step you need to go from 9 to 5 to true financial independence: your own audience, on your own site, and your own terms.​

Alternatively if you already have a mildly successful site, using these methods can generate great traffic and customer flows to it.

I am personally going to use Udemy, Youtube, Visual posts, niche products and maybe local lead gen to grow our sites in the future.​

What did you think of these methods? Do you use 3rd party platforms to grow your business? Let us know in the comment section.​

Gael Breton
 

Hey I’m Gael, one of the guys behind Authority Hacker. I make a living working from my laptop in various places in the world and I will use this website to teach you how you could do the same.

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Zak - August 26, 2015

As usual, top post! Gonna get started with some right away!

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Tim from UK - August 26, 2015

Thanks for the article. I’m currently trying the youtube route. I think this article is sooooo relevant for people just starting out. BY the way I know your based in hungary after listening to your podcasts – Currently on holiday in southern Hungary (Pecs) – where’s the hot weather gone!

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    Gael Breton - August 26, 2015

    Hey Tim,

    Yep for once I thought I’d make a newbie friendly one :) The weather is getting good again here (30 degrees), not sure about where you are :o.

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Bruce - August 26, 2015

Gael,
What an excellent post.
You keep providing great material – I can’t say value, because value implies some sort of price, and you are giving this away.
It’s going straight into my “Authority Hacker” folder – which is already jammed with good stuff.
Thank you

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    Gael Breton - August 26, 2015

    Hey Bruce, glad you liked it and thank you for the kind words! It clearly keeps us going to see you guys like the content :).

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Pete - August 27, 2015

Awesome post as usual Gael! You are constantly giving good tips on how to succeed online. I’m def going to put one of these into my arsenal this week.

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Brent - August 27, 2015

Hi Gael,

Great in-depth article. Love all the ideas.

The only question I would have is for the “Local Lead Generation” Idea.

Once you have set up the website and landing page you still have to get traffic to the site in order to get leads.

Is this going to be using SEO? How do we get the traffic that everyone else is paying for?

All the other ideas seem to leverage off an exiting platform.

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    Gael Breton - August 27, 2015

    Hey Brent,

    I’d probably start with PPC for that one and start in a town small enough for low CPC’s Your leverage being that you can beat all these crappy landing pages by a long shot and be smarter with your bidding to drive the cost per lead down then just resell them and keep the difference.

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Geordie - August 27, 2015

Awesome post. Information overload is huge for a keen internet freedom business starter (if my experience is anything to go by) and I end up with a brain drowning in a thousand nuggets of gold information that don’t get used because I can no longer see a big picture to put the right pieces together to form a concise actionable plan. Especially so when a day job and family are taxing my brain at the same time.

This post helps massively to put aside all the nuggets, choose a single goal and strategy, then look at the details again to achieve the goal.

I am actually dedicating a lot of late nights after everyone has gone to sleep to build an Amazon physical products business but that’s certainly not as easy as it’s made out to be and I am much more passionate about IM so I eventually want to choose one of your strategies and go with it. So many things to do!!!!!!!

Many thanks for this post and all the rest. You deserve lots of success and no doubt you will have it.

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    Gael Breton - August 27, 2015

    Hey Geordie, thanks for the kind words, you guys keep me going :). Be careful with Amazon physical businesses, they are very cash hungry (I know Spencer is killing it with them but it works because he has the cash available). Anyway keep letting us know how your businesses are going, I love reading what our readers are up to!

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Seppo - August 27, 2015

Definitely focus on Gael’s point #4 for outsourcing. I just posted a few writing gigs on UpWork and the quality of applications is just horrible. Out of the 50 or so applications less than 5 I could consider seriously. There’s definitely room for quality people on those sites. Just don’t bid on trashy jobs where they pay you $2 for 500 words.

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    Gael Breton - August 27, 2015

    Yep, there is a ton of people but really only a handful are even receivable for an interview, that’s why if you’re willing to put the effort in it’s not that hard to make it as a freelancer. Thanks for the comment Buddy :).

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Mark - August 27, 2015

Great, comprehensive post with tons of ideas. I would think twice about Udemy, though. About 90% of the time they are discounting the courses down to $10, no matter what price you originally set.

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    Gael Breton - August 27, 2015

    True, but once again it’s still a good way to get going without an audience and even though you won’t be a millionaire it’s quite easy to drive people to a squeeze page for bonuses and then sell off Udemy to skip those :). Thanks for the comment Mark!

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Kulwant Nagi - August 27, 2015

Hi Gael,

First of all, thanks a ton for becoming a member of our VIP group. :)

Isn’t $100/day a big number for a newbie? Although, with efforts it can be achieved, if we talk about a complete newbie, this might be a daunting task to hit these numbers.

On the side, I agree with your point “once you know how to make $100/day, you can scale up your business to make $500, $1,000 and even $10,000 per day.”

I attended Peng Joon’s live session in 2014, all he said was, “If you know how to make $1 on the internet, this can be scaled up to make $1 million.”

The methods you explained in this blog post are 100% valid, and I have seen all successful marketers using one of the listed methods. So bravo for writing another EPIC article. :)

We have also developed a product that we are going to launch soon.

Hope that will bring extra $100/day in our pockets soon.. ha ha..

Thanks a lot for writing this excellent article.

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    Gael Breton - August 27, 2015

    Hey Kulwant,

    Thanks for dropping by, glad to be in the group! As for the $100 is what is needed in a lot of developed countries to keep things going. Plus if you don’t need all that cash to live it gives you cash to invest in more scalable/passive ventures (the ones everyone really wants). I will also disagree on the “if you can make $1 you can make $1,000,000”, there is a degree of scalability that needs to be thought of. You can make $1 by doing 15 online surveys but this will take you almost 2 hours to complete and to make 1 million it would take 2 million hours that’s 83,333 days and the average lifetime has 27,375 days and the job is too cheap to outsource. So yep, you need that degree of scalability and added value which is not necessary to make $1.

    Regardless, good luck with the product :).

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Steven Fies - August 27, 2015

Hi Gael, great articles on this site. I recently found authority hacker and I’m already a fan!

Question:

I’ve published one kindle book and am about to publish another. To scale and take things to the next level, everything I run across advises that I outsource ‘product creation’ using Upwork, Elance, or similar.

It seems when I’ve checked these sites before, the rates charged by the freelancers aren’t as low as I’ve been told they can be. I’ve also looked into virtual assistants, and after contacting one group recommended by Tim Ferris, to my surprise I discovered it would be less expensive to hire someone locally.

Am I not looking hard enough? Or do I simply need to post the writing gigs like Seppo commented on above, sifting through the low-quality applications and being selective about who I choose?

I’m curious to know your thoughts on how I should proceed forward from this point. Cheers!

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    Gael Breton - August 30, 2015

    Good people cost good money, period. If you hire people on the cheap they will almost always lack of experience or judgement to make a great ebook. So the 2 solutions are 1- pay good money for your writers, 2- accept that you need to heavily edit what you receive and that it will take a bunch of work anyway.

    The myth of getting a product created for $500 and making tens of thousands without work in the long term is not real :/.

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Harshul Jethwani - August 29, 2015

Hi Gael,
This is the first post I have read on this website and the was really really awesome. I am surely gonna follow your website daily. The post has summed up everything in a quite awesome way.
Regards,
Harshul Jethwani.

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David Arthur - August 29, 2015

Thank you very much for this great guide lots of tips for beginners to start I used fiverr myself when I first started and I made more than 200$ from the first month.

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James - August 31, 2015

Hi Gael,
Very nice information although I can tell you that you are very optimistic with your numbers (based on my experience). Conversion can vary based on niche and your product. Actually 1% conversion for a $49 is maybe doable for a very well optimized sales page with a laser targeted traffic.

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    Gael Breton - August 31, 2015

    Hey James, thanks for dropping by. As for 1% I’d disagree. Actually AH Pro is double that and if you use Tripwires properly you can certainly get better conversion rates overall. 1% Is by sending traffic directly to the sales page but that’d be a bad idea :).

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Simon - September 1, 2015

Nice list thanks.
I’m just about to try udemy. A lot of making money online is about coping with the learning curve and confidence to push into new things. My first profit was kindle book and then Google Adsense with the above site. Small wins can give a big boost and keep a person motivated to try more sophisticated models of passive income.
Cheers
S

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    Gael Breton - September 24, 2015

    Hey Simon,

    This is really true, it’s all about the willingness to push through the hard times. I’ve literally struggled for years even knowing the tactics before I was able to make a comfortable income online. Thanks for dropping by!

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Baptiste - September 2, 2015

Hi Gael,

very interesting article and very well written. I have started the slow path with a blog and trying to rank on google and I can confirm what you say in your article. It is VERY SLOW to rank, therefore I started the youtube route as an add-up to my site and it starts paying out! I’m now gonna use the tips you’ve listed to grow bigger! Thanks again man! Cheers! Baptiste

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    Gael Breton - September 5, 2015

    Hey Baptiste,

    Thanks for dropping by, yep it’s slow and adding these side channels is a great way to grow your site faster. I personally use Youtube and iTunes atm and it’s working pretty well.

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Oddvar - September 6, 2015

I really like your site in general and this post in particular.
Cudos.

Those three I liked the most was:
– Become a Youtuber
– Visual Niche Curation Site
– Local Lead Generation

Especially Local Lead Generation appealed to me.
I Think I’ll check out that opportunity even more profound.

It’s like you write that many “brick & mortar” businesses know a lot about their profession but little about marketing. Especially Internet marketing.

Thank you for sharing.

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    Gael Breton - September 7, 2015

    Hey Oddvar, glad this could inspire you, a lot of these are good fun and don’t require to be an SEO Guru :).

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satish - September 10, 2015

Hi Gael,

I found your website from one of neil patel articles and all the ways you shown to make money is really awesome.

Worth reading your content.

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Oumar - September 21, 2015

Awesooooooome, thanks! I am not a newbie but still find this post super useful.

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Wil - September 23, 2015

Great tips. Only I thought it would be easier when reading the title :P haha

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Markandeya - September 30, 2015

Great, great post! I think this site has become one of my favorites. So much amazing an helpful content.

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Chidubem Ezinne - October 15, 2015

Super amazing article. I never would of thought that fiverr could someone a living.

And I’m definitely going to be looking into YouTube.

Thanks again.

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    Gael Breton - October 22, 2015

    You’re welcome Chidubem :) Yep some people make a good living through Fiverr, especially with the upsales

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Siim - October 20, 2015

Maybe i’m wrong but doesn’t youtube also require you to be in a country that is capable of monetizing ads? If you’re from a low population country where the ad money doesn’t really pay that well it doesn’t really scale?
Afaik the reason pewdiepie is so successful is because he has access to 2 key demographics Europe and the US.

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    Gael Breton - October 22, 2015

    Hey Slim,

    Actually it really depends on how you monetise. If you monetise with lead magnets followed by affiliate offers, you really don’t need too many views to make a decent income. If you monetise with ads, yes, you probably will be better off if you do the videos in english.

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Vishu - October 22, 2015

Hey Gael, hope you are in good health over there.

I read your in depth post while lying on a sofa. You are very knowledgable person and know all the factors in web business. I appreciate your skills and ways to make money. Local lead generation business seem to be fine for me.

Thank you for sharing with us. Have a wonderful day.

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Lucas - November 3, 2015

Hey Gael,

Amazing article! Thanks for sharing high quality content!

I’m trying the way of Udemy.

What do you think? Send cold leads through Facebook Ads for Udemy sales page can work to get started?? or is it better to invest in creating a blog (and good content) and send cold traffic to blog posts and then use remarketing to the Udem sales page?

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    Gael Breton - November 5, 2015

    Both can be good, it really depends on your budget and speed of learning. FB Ads could be faster but will convert less and you’ll need to make substantially more sales to justify their cost. On the other hand, blogging takes time. So it’s up to you.

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John - December 29, 2015

Hey Gael,

Fantastic post!

I’m particularly drawn to the ‘local lead gen’ idea, but I had a question…

What do you think is the best way to contact/close local businesses, and sell them leads? Email? Cold calling?

I think this would be the hardest bit. I can set up landing pages, and do PPC campaigns with my eyes shut. But how do you convince local businesses that your leads are quality?

Thanks,

John

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    Gael Breton - January 7, 2016

    I’d say just befriend 1 or 2 partners, go physically to their shop and talk to them, offer them to try and talk to 3-4 leads for free and if they find that they are interesting start charging for them. Once you are more established and have case studies you can move to email/phone.

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Sam - December 29, 2015

Being a web designer I am actually looking forward to freelancing. Nice tips on that. But i also liked your tip on Local lead generation, since I have some local seo experience. Thanks for the interesting ideas.

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Kacper - December 31, 2015

Hey you use in this article things like CPM And RPM. Can you tell me the difference between these?
Best regards

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    Gael Breton - January 7, 2016

    CPM = cost per mille = cost to the advertiser every 1000 pageviews
    RPM = revenue per mille = you revenue every 1000 pageviews

    The difference between the 2 is what the ad network takes for their share ;).

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PABLEO - January 17, 2016

WOW! Can’t express my appreciation! The time you spent finding these things and the very simple presentation! No hidden agenda! Thank you! SIR!

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Brian - February 3, 2016

These are some great tips. I started a content curation site a few months ago after reading viperchill’s blog postand although I don’t hit $100 everyday at the end of the month it averages out to $100 a day.

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    Gael Breton - February 14, 2016

    Hey Brian,

    Awesome, yeah curation is great especially if you leverage social and paid social with it. Congrats on your success!

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Rob - February 20, 2016

Thank you so much for putting this together. Really informative; and you’re totally right — consistency is everything. With so many opportunities out there, it’s easy to let the fog of it all keep you from being successful. I’m navigating that process myself as I type this. Much more productive to do “a little a lot” rather than “a lot a little.”

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Jenny - February 25, 2016

Excellent article Gael, thank you. I been working online for a while and I have learned a lot of things and possibilities, sometimes one is so busy that is difficult to see opportunities from a different perspective, but you have not only made a very useful resource but also easy to read and understand.

Do you offer (paid) services or have co-developed sites with other people? Thank you again for this excellent article and site.

Kind Regards,

Jenny

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Darius Gaynor - March 2, 2016

Great read! I like using Fiverr for getting clients and planning to do Udemy courses. I have my viral site going right now.

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marjan - March 2, 2016

A really good post for newbies like us ! thanks Alotttt!!!!!!

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Adam - April 1, 2016

Great post and i am looking to launch my own niche product recommended above but also starting to build your own niche based brand website which is something i noticed was not mentioned in the article? I guess that is more a long term approach that may not generate $100 a day for quite a while.

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Ayemobawon Tola - April 2, 2016

I’d pitch my tent with Visual, Udemy and local lead generation. Simple and easy to understand business models. Good job. Thumbs up.

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[email protected] - May 9, 2016

This are great idea, among them what I really was considering are youtube videos, but like you said it must be consistent and fun videos which can go viral, maybe when I am back home and go full time taking care of my pet , I can make video of my daily life with my pets

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Zachary - May 11, 2016

Hey Gael! I was just wondering, did you code this website? If you did, can you email me? I have some questions for you. Thanks man!

By the way, great post! It really helped!

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Ann Jingco - June 2, 2016

What a wonderful post. Everytime I read one of them or see a video, I just learn something totally new. I have a few questions on the 3 ideas you mentioned.
1) Curating Site – aside from Reddit, what are good sources for ideas/stories/images?
2) Lpcal Lead Generation –
– Aside from law offices, who would be interested on this?
– What exactly do you sell to the potential leads when you don’t have a product? And the plan is to sell those leads to potential buyers? You mentioned you need to come to an agreement first with the lead buyers. What kind of agreement? I’m not so clear on this. Could you help give an example please?
3) Udemy – is there like a minimum number of lessons for your course? How are courses supposed to be taught? Like a video or live webinar?

Thanks,
Ann

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    Gael Breton - June 9, 2016

    Hey Ann,

    Here is the answer to your questions

    1 – using a tool like Buzzsumo or the Ahrefs content explorer to find highly shared content
    2 – You should have an agreement with the service provider first and either represent him on your page OR just advertise a free quote as an opt in offer
    3 – Nope, no minimum. The courses are supposed to be videos.

    Hope that helps!

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Shah Jahan - July 22, 2016

Hello Gael,

I would like to ask how can i improve my adsense ctr and cpc, mostly i have the mobile users. But getting CTR below 1% and cpc on average, .03 or .04

Regards,

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Stu - July 25, 2016

Hi Gael,

Fantastic post, as always!

Your information is detailed and quite helpful. I appreciate how you broke down the pros, cons, and steps in an organized and practical manner.

I would like to ad one idea to your article (perhaps you can use this idea for an entire post). That is, the idea of control.

You see, personally, I prefer the local lead generation, product, and freelance models best due to the fact that one has almost total control over their destiny. With these models, a person doesn’t have to rely on a third party website.

I know that it may be unlikely to happen, but, Createspace (Amazon), Youtube, Udemy, and other third party websites can, at any time, instantly ‘cut you off’. I can’t imagine putting all of my energy and resources into a business and then have it all be stopped at the blink of an eye.

I’m not being cynical, just realistic. I think that your blueprint for the local lead gen and other business models that enable one to have total control are the way to go.

Thanks.

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    Gael Breton - November 1, 2016

    Hey Stu,

    They can all work but yep, the local lead gen puts you more in control although Adwords could also kick you out.

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Thomas - August 9, 2016

Wow. Great post as usual. Personally, I think I’m still more in line with Gael’s current monetisation model. Freelancing generally is a short-term fix. Affiliate marketing is a great route for people who are in the business of value creation. Monetisation via advertising is generally a poor way of using traffic, and in my opinion the visual curation model creates a superficial culture that the world doesn’t need. Product creation still seem like the holy grail to me, although I’m still not sure if membership model is true passive in terms of the time one needs to be invested in…

Tom

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Rehman - August 18, 2016

WOW, that’s an amazing killer post.Gael, love to read your words, Thanks for sharing that.

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Clare - February 9, 2017

This is a great post. I arrived here whilst trying to find out how many pages i need on my blog to earn$100 daily. It is a new blog but already earning in adsense and the links I built are obviously not ranked yet. I would love it to see you write about how many pages a blog needs for $100 each day. My math is not spot on. I also hate KW research as i like content that is for readers not engines. Your article covers a lot of stuff I never even considered!

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