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$70k in Passive Income in 2017 with a SIMPLE Amazon Affiliate Niche Site







Last year I made $70,000 of passive income from a simple niche site.

Sounds pretty crazy, right?

I couldn’t believe it either. But it is totally possible to make this kind of money from an amazon affiliate niche (also called authority) site.

In this video, I’ll explain to you how exactly I make money online, passive income ideas, and how to master the amazon affiliate program from any niche.

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I published a bunch of content – a staggering amount – over 200 new posts. That cost some money since I outsourced 99.9% of it. The ballpark amount is $4,000 where $3,200 was the content and $800 was for editing and content management. Most all of the content gets some traffic and I didn’t build links to the 200+ new articles.

Read more here: https://nichesiteproject.com/2-step-process-to-10x-niche-site-value/

Adding all that content wasn’t easy, and I needed a lot of help. If you want to learn about how I published all that content and get access to the templates, https://nichesiteproject.com/scale

Adding all that content wasn’t easy, and I needed a lot of help. If you want to learn about how I published all that content and get access to the templates

Check out my site Niche Site Project for even more success stories: https://nichesiteproject.com/

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I know you’re curious, I couldn’t believe it myself. There are certain key things that have made the biggest difference in how successful my niche site is.

Watch the video to see how exactly I continue making money online.

DOUG CUNNINGTON, PMP writes about SEO, productivity, project management, and niche sites. His work has been featured all over the web, including Ahrefs, Empire Flippers, Niche Pursuits, Side Hustle Nation and more.

I am an internet marketer and a Project Management Professional (PMP, certified in 2008 by the Project Management Institute).

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