Andrew Schrage could have continued working 40 hours per week at the hedge fund that employed him after college and made a nice living doing so. Instead, he took control of his destiny and began working with a friend a few hours a night on a website that teaches personal finance.
Learn how the purchase of MoneyCrashers.com with about 10,000 monthly readers for a nominal financial amount grew over four years to what it is today – a site that serves 800,000 monthly readers and provides an income that rivals the founder’s prior salary at a hedge fund.
August 27, 2012
Learn how Perry Rosenbloom set up affiliate websites that generate a healthy five-figure income (soon to be six-figures) on topics he loves — and with domain names you can register today.
It didn’t happen overnight. It took consistent, hard work for a few years, but now his passive income affords him the flexibility to travel with his school-teacher wife during summers.
July 16, 2012
Domain parking is not the only alternative to full web development. There are many ways to monetize, utilize and grow your web traffic without taking the expensive, long road of full web development.
By understanding your domain name market, you can generate greater revenue than from just parking, even if your site – or your pocketbook – is not ready for full-scale development.
October 9, 2011
Patrick Ruddell does not do anything halfway. His accomplishments are many, including real estate, domain names and a unique conference over the water.
But sometimes Chef Patrick’s enthusiasm misfires (i.e., Moniker-gate). In this show you will learn about both Chef Patrick’s successes and mistakes, including his latest acquisition, ScienceFiction.com, which he purchased for $175,000 in late 2010. You will also learn what Chef Patrick has in store for DN Cruise 2011, and whether the Chef really can cook.
July 12, 2011