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Online passive income is what almost every internet marketer strives for but very few actually achieve. According to the ever popular Wikipedia, passive income “is an income received on a regular basis, with little effort required to maintain it.” Naturally, an online passive income is when you’re able to do this online.
They say that the money is in the list and for a lot of people that is true. Not me though because I don’t shove affiliate products down my subscribers throats. I’n sure many of you have subscribed to one or two yourself and you’ve probably noticed that you get the same offers from different people arriving in your inbox at roughly the same time. Some of these people have huge lists and probably do rather well at it. The question is, is this what you would call a true online passive income?
I would say the answer to that is no. Why? Because they have to continually look for products to sell to their subscribers. If they didn’t their money would dry up and they’d have to go back to finding a real job. They also have to find more bait to grow they subscriber base as they drop off from being continually bombarded with crap email.
Online Passive Income A Reality
The only way to find a real online passive income is to have something that people are willing to pay a monthly subscription to. This is not easily done. Andy Bailey is trying his hand at it by getting people to subscribe to updates for his commentluv premium, which I wrote about in this post. If you were smart you would have taken the opportunity of paying for the plugin outright, as I did, with lifetime free updates.Unfortunately, that opportunity is now gone. Read the rest of this entry