The Smart Passive Income Podcast: Online Business | Blogging | Passive Income | Pat Flynn
Summary: Pat Flynn from The Smart Passive Income Blog reveals all of his online business and blogging strategies, income sources and killer marketing tips and tricks so you can be ahead of the curve with your online business or blog. Discover how you can create multiple passive income streams that work for you so that you can have the time and freedom to do what you love, whether it's traveling the world, or just living comfortably at home. Although Pat confesses he is not a millionaire, he's been supporting his family 100% with passive income generated online, easily earning a six-figure salary while working only a few hours a week. Automation, outsourcing, crowdsourcing, search engine optimization, building authority and trust, niche sites, social media, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Podcasting, eBooks, online courses, affiliate marketing, getting things done and everything that works (and doesn't work) to help you better understand how to crush it with your online business.
Membership sites are often described as the "holy grail" of passive income, with a predictable recurring income coming in each month based on the number of members you might have. With that said, it's not easy to setup, and it's definitely not easy to keep alive. Here is the crew from Fizzle.co who is here to help us keep our membership sites alive and thriving...
How do you know if what you're working on will pay off? You'll love this episode because we'll get the step-by-step details on how PE Teacher Jarrod Robinson pre-sold and validated a product idea before he even created it. Check it out!
You'll love this story. A former bread delivery man turned successful self-published author, who then got a multi-book deal as a result of his published work. Kimanzi Constable not only gives us an amazing & inspiring story, but he gives us a ton of actionable advice too - especially when it comes to something he's finding success with now, which is contributing articles on large media sites. Here's how you can do that too...
This episode is here by popular demand. Since featuring a couple of past sessions about using Amazon to sell and fulfill products for your business, a lot of you have been asking for more. More detail, more specifics. An exact how-to of how it's all done. Well, Ryan Moran brings all of that, and more, to us today. Check it out.
Email marketing is still alive and strong, and in this episode of The SPI Podcast we chat with one of my good friends, Steve Chou from MyWifeQuitHerJob.com shares with us a few small tweaks he made to his autoresponder sequence that yielded him BIG results. We also get a glimpse of he and his wife's extremely successful (and very niched!) online e-commerce store. Check it out! (Transcript available too!).
Happy New Year! To start us off on the right foot, I'm happy to share yet another online business success story outside of the "how to build a business" space! We're diving into Joseph Michael's story and strategies, who changed his life one day by simply paying attention. Your next business idea might be right in front of you, and unless you pay attention, it's not going to pay off. You won't want to miss this one to start off the year...
I know it's Christmas, but it's Thursday (my normal podcast publication date) and I couldn't help but reflect on 2014 and give you the biggest lessons I learned, and how we're totally going to crush it next year. You with me? Here we go!
I've always been a night owl. I work after the kids go to sleep (because my WHY is to spend all day with my family as much as I can), and I've found the evenings to be when I'm the most creative. Recently, however, after recording this interview with Hal Elrod, I've added a small early morning routine to my day, and the results have been amazing. Check it out!
Put me in a room full of people I know, and I'm as comfortable as I can be. Put me in a room with strangers or people I don't really know that well, and I usually hide in a corner somewhere. Today, I'm happy to welcome Susan Roane who is here to help us become better at socializing - how to be good in a room - a skill that is of utmost important today if you want to get ahead in your business and in life. Check it out!
Today is my birthday! I turn 32, and to celebrate I'm doing something a little different, but very special. You can read what it's all about here, or even listen to an audio file that features a very very special guest to help provide clarity about this special cause: my 4 year old son.
I've never published an episode like this before, and it's making me completely nervous. Come behind the scenes with me and my team and listen in on conversations we've had about our plans for 2015. Thanks to Alex Blumberg and his new podcast Startup for the inspiration to present content in this new and exciting format.
A popular strategy to successfully launch a product or online course is to use a 3-part video series. There's a specific order of events that can skyrocket your launch results, and today we have Amy Porterfield to share exactly what we need to do to make this happen.
One of the best ways to generate passive income is to sell an online, digital course. In this episode, we chat with David Siteman Garland who gives us step-by-step instructions for creating an online course that actually sells. This is the one that's been in demand for a while, so check it out...
This week's episode is my favorite kind of episode: the kind where I share another success story that came straight from you, the listener. My guest this week is Morr Meroz, an animator who runs BloopAnimation.com. As an animator straight out of art school, Morr wasn't used to thinking about his creative career in business terms, but now he is, and this is how it all happened...
Dan Norris, co-founder of WP-Curve (a company that provides on-going support for Wordpress users) has helped hundreds of Wordpress site owners through a myriad of different problems. He's on the show today to help us with the most common mistakes webmasters make, and how to avoid them for an improved site and user experience.