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Passive Income on Photographs & Graphic Designs: Giftcards.com

If you enjoy photography and/or design, here is an interesting royalty program that will pay for the use of photographs and graphic designs. The royalty program is offered by Giftcards.com – an industry  leading website that offers gift cards and prepaid reloadable credit cards. On the site people have the option of choosing any photo […]

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An Account from a Mom and Online Marketer

In this post we learn from Sarah Lamb, a young mother and online marketer on how she makes a full time living online.  Take it away Sarah: Why I Turned to the Internet for Income  I lost my job as a web designer last year. My whole world tumbled down and I went into depression. […]

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The Master Niche Site Checklist

If you are planning a niche site to make money online, than here is a checklist of key things to consider. Where appropriate I’ve linked to resources and products that I use myself and have no issue recommending.  Some of these are affiliate links and if you choose to use the resources via these links, […]

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Marketing Credit Card & Financial Products: The Pros & Cons

Mike, who wrote this guest post, is the creator of CreditCardForum.com. A patriarch of a famous political family, Joseph Kennedy once said “If you want to make money, go where the money is.” Well, if you’re a blogger looking to make money I will tell you where it is… in the banking industry!  If you’re […]

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How To Turn Travel Writing Into Passive Income

Here is a guest post from Debbie Dragon with some ideas for aspiring travel writers interested in making money with a blog. Do you love to travel? Do you love writing? If you answered yes to both questions, did you know that you could potentially combine the two and make a passive income?  How is […]

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Covered Calls: A Passive Income Strategy

You can actually make money on the stocks you already own through a strategy called covered calls. Many investors have never heard of covered calls and of those that have heard of covered calls, many don’t understand the strategy or have the tools to execute the covered call strategy successfully.  Ignorance is costing you money […]

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Bukisa Changes to Adsense API and How to Set Up for Adsense

Bukisa is undergoing a big change for the better by replacing the in house Bukisa Index with direct Adsense earnings. Here is the email announcing the change: Hey JadeDragon, The Bukisa team is working hard to make Bukisa an even better place to be for our valued community members, including you. In 30 days, we […]

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What Makes a Really Successful Blog?

If you are struggling to figure out what makes a really successful blog, here is the secret – successful individual  webpages.  OK that sounds so simple, but most of us miss the obvious.  A successful blog is at its heart, a collection of successful webpages. Google indexes webpages – not websites, not keywords, not domains […]

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Internet Jobs for Filipinos

I’ve made some good Filipino friends over time and I’ve had good success with Filipinos on oDesk. I strongly believe that there are some excellent opportunities for Filipinos with some skills to earn a good full time living on the internet exploiting the differences between the cost of living in the Philippines and what work […]

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Advanced Techniques to Maximize the Benefits of YouSayToo

YouSayToo is a revenue sharing Web 2.0 blogging platform.   (Read this post for an introduction to YouSayToo if you are not familiar with the site.)  Here are some advanced techniques to get the most from YouSayToo.com Build a List of Friends Adding friends on YouSayToo will not generate spam, but it will get your blog posts […]

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Constant Success – Constant Content Review

The biggest problem for most writers is finding a way to make writing pay. In the traditional freelance model, you have to find writing jobs yourself. Finding the writing jobs means marketing yourself, and your writing, far and wide. When you eventually find a customer, you have to negotiate terms, submit work, wait for approval, […]

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A Website to Make Money – Bukisa

Bukisa is a Web 2.0 revenue sharing site that is far better than Associated Content (pay per view is over double) switched to Adsense sharing which is WAY better, especially for the non-US writers that Associated Content scammed.  I decided to try Bukisa and it is now an key part of my passive income toolbox.  They share […]

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Growing A Portfolio Of Web-Based Income Streams

Innovative Passive Income is pleased to present a guest post by Kevin of 20smoney.com.  Without further ado, here is Kevin: Making a living off the internet is a strong desire for many, including many of the visitors to this site I would assume. While most fail in this journey, I’m here to tell you that […]

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FreeRangeStock Free Photos for Bloggers – Adsense For Photographers

Often we talk about ways for writers to earn passive income like Google Adsense for posting articles, but it is the photographers turn today to earn passive income.  FreeRangeStock.com allows photographers to upload photos and than earn 80% of the Adsense on all their photo pages.  The Free Range Stock submission guidelines are here and […]

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Passive Income through SEO

Skills building time. I am very pleased to present a guest post on Innovative Passive Income by a real SEO professional.   Orange Soda is based in American Fork, UT and focused on helping small businesses improve their websites.   They are doing a great job of raising their profile since they seem to be everywhere on […]

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Online Content Strategy After eHow

I just had to share this letter with everyone because it raises some interesting questions and well, it warms my heart because my main goal for this blog is to develop a community of readers that can help each other and learn together with me. Jade, Things have sure been hopping on eHow lately, and […]

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Should You Work 9 to 5 For Someone Else or For Yourself Online?

I’m a big fan of Pat Flynn of SmartPassiveIncome.com He is one of my main inspirations to keep building an online business. Pat just released an interesting video that should make you think. I will withhold comment on Pat’s choice of attire, but in the video presentation Pat only touches on some of the options […]

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Bukisa Review

As regular readers know I like to review various sites that allow writers to submit content and profit financially from it.  The demise of eHow as a self publishing platform has many writers interested in alternatives. I present this Guest Post by IPI reader and online writer Nichelle Kewish.  Nichelle checked out writing site Bukisa […]

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Xomba – Direct From the CEO

See this update on Changes at Xomba Feb 2010 I am extra pleased that Nick Veneris, the CEO and owner of Xomba agreed to do an interview for Innovative Passive Income.  Xomba is a hybrid site that allows authors (or anyone) to post articles and bookmarks they want to share.  The site is great for […]

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Reuse eHow Articles

A question from an eHow refugee on the Constant Content forum lead to this quick blog post. The question was basically can you submit eHow articles to Constant Content? As both an eHower and a Constant Content author I do not recommend moving articles from eHow over to Constant Content in eHow format.  The eHow […]

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