Here are proven methods for building an online income stream. Maybe you dream of making money with an online business, but haven’t tried so far because you’d have to quit your current job and enter the risky world of Internet startups. Or because you think you need lots of capital and way too much time. Or you think the field is maxed out and overcrowded. Or that you need to be age 24 - with an amazing invention to sell. Or just because the economy’s too bad right now.
If these reasons sound familiar, Dave Lindahl and Jon Rozek beg to differ. Having done so themselves, they know you can create a very significant side income online, and their new go-to guide The Six-Figure Second Income shows you exactly how!
Filled with common-sense advice and proven tips, this audiobook supplies you with a complete toolbox to take the things you know or do best and sell them online for a profit - all in your spare time, working at your speed. You’ll get a no-nonsense approach to creating and selling simple, effective information products that will, with time and work, produce a sizable income stream. You’ll also discover:
If for some reason you object to making money, don’t listen to this audiobook. Otherwise, listen to The Six-Figure Second Income and start building a rewarding and growing stream of online profits today!
©2010 David Lindahl, Jonathan Rozek (P)2010 Gildan Media Corp
I would recommend the book as there are a lot of good tips offered in it
Anyone looking at developing a web presence will still gain benefits from this book, but it may not be quite what you think by the book title.
The book begins with information that would work well for a second income stream, but becomes information on quite complicated activities - running bootcamps and seminars for high $, offering specialist consultancy services etcTo me these were taking you out of a second income stream and into a quite different area.The book begins by talking about making blogs and information products a bit at a time in your 'spare time', but progresses to being activities that would realistically need your full time attention.
The content is very clear, accurate and very valuable.
The book is really about how be a info marketeer, creating and selling e-books, audio, video, seminars as a speaker or consultant etc. this is not the impression you get from the title and subtitle of the book, the impression i got from the book title and subtitle, is that they will present lots of ideas for online business, not just one idea of selling your digital knowledge online. otherwise the info is very good, but is not a story, just pure info, lots of good info if you want to be INFO seller.
No I did not listen to any others of their books.
No absolutely not.
If you want to know more about selling your knowledge online this is the perfect choice. If you are looking for many ideas for online business and how to go about it, this book is not for you.
Just couldn't finish it. Got too bored listening to how to do write up something and try to get someone to pay me for it.
I MAY skip a few chapters and see if it gets any better..... NAW....
What the.... Sev Delta 07
This book lays a good framework of how to start an information based business. I would highly disagree that it contains only "fluff". If you are worried about fluff, then listen to the sample and decide for yourself. I have listened to this book a couple of times now and while the authors do pump their website a lot it does contain valuable content.
Just another infomercial type book. Don't waste the time and money. They're making six figures on your income......
The description of this book sounds like a BROAD discussion on the subject of creating a lucrative online business. In reality, it focuses on creating an "Information" product like an e-book. Since there is so much information available for free on the web these days, the chances of making any real money for most people with info-products is extremely slim. Look through Ebay or Amazon at all the e-books that sell for less than 10 cents. If you want to learn how to create an info-product and sell it online, this will be an interesting read but if you want to learn how to make money doing anything else online, you will likely be disappointed.
If you want to start an online business, this is the audio book for you. The authors explain everything you need to know to start the business or to grow one that already exists. They offer real-world advice, and help you find your path to success.
I grew up on Golden Age Radio, and while I love to read, I typically consume more books via audio thanks to a job that lets me listen while I work. As an aspiring writer, I try to read a great deal of non-fiction in addition to a variety of fictional genres. I especially love history, historical fiction, science fiction, fantasy, and old-style gothic horror.
This was almost a 5-star book for me. The authors know their stuff, and the information here is invaluable with regards to generating ideas for an online business and growing it step by step. The title may be exaggeration, but I suspect the end result is largely how many different ideas you implement at once, and how many products you've got going. For the end user on a budget and time deficit, the tips here are usable templates for a variety of endeavors.
The one and only misstep is the website that the authors constantly refer back to. At frequent points in the book, they tell you to go to the site, type in a given item in the search, and read on for more information on a given topic. I'm guessing the site has had a little time to change a bit because the search really doesn't work that well, which forces you to look around for extended amounts of time or give up in frustration or boredom. And that's why I reduce this by one star, because that's an express point they make of how NOT to do something in the book. I believe in leading by example, and no rewards for bad behavior.
Having said that, if you go to the site with no particular agenda, it's actually full of equally useful information that, like tips in the book, is quickly implemented and easy to follow. Some of it is common sense, and some of it is subtle word play, but where this book really shines is that the authors demonstrate what the "other guys" are doing wrong, why it's wrong, and how you'll benefit by using the information.
useful info, but got a bit dated (even if just by a few years). still very useful tips and ideas. worth the listen.
uh, it ended.
no characters, not a story
"can do" people.
Vb Joshi, Orlando, Florida 32751
The book is extremely practical. I am in the web design / technical field for over 15 years now and was amazed by some of the things the author brought to my attention. I am ready for my next "info" product....you ask when....read the book and you all will answer I am ready "NOW"
No but would love to listen more from these guys.
Do you give seminars and small business face to face advice
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