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Making money will never be easy. Our ‘how to make $100 USD a day’ should therefore, not be something that you get enticed by and leave everything behind. However, there are many income sources that you probably aren’t even aware of! What’s even better is that you can benefit from these sources without making significant changes to your daily schedule. How could you do this? Read on to find out! How to Make $100 USD a Day: 16 Ways To Make $100 A Day 1. Become a freelancer Now, to get up to $100 a day with freelancing, you might need to work on cheaper projects and gain some experience first. But once you become seasoned in your niche, it will be pretty easy to land gigs that can earn you way more than $100 per day. Perhaps the most popular freelancing platform out there is Upwork. Upwork has a…

Oh to be an entrepreneur! To be in the field of business is no joke, it’s a cutthroat field and is not for the faint of heart. But that’s the beauty of it, those who risk their lives into this battlefield will do it no matter what the price is. Best Business Books to Read You’re here because you want to know what it takes to make it. Entrepreneurship is for everyone, it doesn’t matter whether you are young or old, and you should be innovative enough so that you’ll stand out. So you’ve finished all the episodes of Shark Tank eh (otherwise start with it)? So you think it’s time to pick up a book or two. We hear you all right, here are some of the best business books to read. (In no particular order). You can use Audible (check our audible review here) to listen to these…

Freelancing, as an industry has contributed to more than $1 trillion USD in US economy back in 2019. People don’t ‘become a freelancer’ anymore. It is not an alternate career path that you might choose. This is a mainstream option that more and more people are getting interested in. Surprisingly, we don’t have enough so called ‘best freelancing sites’ where you can go to get a gig. Story time: I started freelancing as a teenager back in 2012. I was 19-20 years old. The opportunities were limited back then, but so was the competition. I started as a writer ($1 for every 500 words I wrote) on a site called Freelancer.com (this was the most popular one back then). After a few years, I found myself turned into a ghostwriter for eBooks ($50 for every book on average and it used to take me 7-10 days to finish each one).…

I had another SEO & Affiliate giant in this one, the mighty Matthew Woodward. I have been speaking a lot with affiliate marketers and SEOs in my podcast and there’s a clear reason behind that. I am from the same space and I know these guys better than I know the rest of the world (the other business worlds). Listen to the episode here, it is a fascinating one: Alternatively, if you want to listen to this episode on your preferred podcast listening app, here goes the links: iTunes Spotify Stitcher Radio You can find Matthew Woodward’s blog here: Matthew Woodward The Chrome extension that I mentioned can be found here: Keywords Nowhere I have to say, I learned a lot in this episode. The biggest takeaway would be the whole discussion around expired domains. If you look at my case studies, you would know that I have always built…

I interviewed Craig Campbell in this one. Craig has been around for years (literally 17 years) in SEO & Internet marketing. You can listen to episode here: Alternatively, if you want to listen to this episode on your preferred podcast listening app, here goes the links: iTunes Spotify Stitcher Radio Craig was not actually on my radar till 2018. I only came to know more about him since I saw a few agencies using his courses to teach their in house SEOs. I then dug deep and wow- was I surprised. Craig is now officially the most experienced SEO that I ever known (17+ years) and he’s actually good at it. Over the years, he has grown a massive following and trust among his clients and fellow SEO’s which is lovely to see. With a thick accent, Craig comes across as an honest and fun guy to be around. I…

Session 05 was with Doug Cunnington, from Niche Site Project (link below). Doug has been around for a while, and it seems like we are on an affiliate marketing roll here as we had an affiliate marketer on session 04 too. Anyway, listen to the episode here: Alternatively, if you want to listen to this episode on your preferred podcast listening app, here goes the links: iTunes Spotify Stitcher Radio As I was telling in the podcast, I know Doug for a while now. The interesting takeaways for me for this episode was his thoughts about monetizing with Amazon affiliate marketing alone for 50% of his business (the other 50% comes from YouTube revenue, course and Niche Site Project). The whole discussion about whether he would have started all these if he wasn’t laid off from the job at Accenture is also something that I totally agree with. You need…

My understanding of the coding and development world is fairly new. I mentioned in this article that I am planning to learn coding and becoming a full stack developer. The plan is going strong. I have a clear road-map and I started running too. However, this article is not about me learning to code. This is about the concept of a ‘full-stack marketing expert’. What is a full-stack marketing expert? Alright, as you can imagine, the idea of a full stack marketing expert, comes from the idea of becoming a full stack developer. A full stack developer is someone who knows everything when it comes to a development project. You go to him with an idea and he’ll know what to do at the front-end, what to do at the back-end, what language should you use and how the databases should be prepared. Yes, a full stack developer is more expensive, and…

Alright! On Session 04 of the Building a Business Online, I have a gem of a guest – AKA Dom Wells. You can listen to the episode here: Alternatively, if you want to listen to this episode on your preferred podcast listening app, here goes the links: iTunes Spotify Stitcher Radio Dom or the world of Human Proof Designs is not new to me but it was great listening to the whole journey from Dom’s point of view. Funny story, when I was working at Passive Journal, I actually reached out to Dom for a written interview and he was kind enough to do it. We even published it back in the old site (not live anymore). It seems like doing a proper podcast interview with Dom is coming to a full circle. Human Proof Designs is the company that Dom built from ground up. They are a big name…

Hey everyone, You can listen to the full episode here: Alternatively, if you want to listen to this episode on your preferred podcast listening app, here goes the links: iTunes Spotify Stitcher Radio Alright, so this has been one of the most enjoyable episodes (so far) that I recorded. I had Guillaume Moubeche in this one. He’s the co-founder of Lemlist, a cold email tool that went from nowhere to $250,000 in ARR within literally 1 year. He’s from Paris and he is a young champ (feels weird to write that when you are only 26 yourself). The story of founding Lemlist is very interesting. One of the biggest takeaways for me was the realization of being around quality people (because Guillaume met his tech co-founders on a co-working space). The whole story is fascinating. I also told the story of how we used Lemlist on our early days as…

You can listen to the full episode here: Alternatively, if you want to listen to this episode on your preferred podcast listening app, here goes the links: iTunes Spotify Stitcher Radio I have Matt Diggity on the session 02 of our show. I briefly discussed this a little on the introduction but let me give you the full story. I first came to know about Matt when I was running Passive Journal in 2016. As I mentioned in the intro, I actually reached out to him for a roundup comment and he was one of the few (I reached out to about 50 and only 10 or so replied) who replied with a detailed comment for that post. Matt has done quite a lot in last 10 years, primarily around search engine optimization. He has been very strategic about diving deep vs wide with his knowledge and forming companies that…

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