My Online Income Report – January 2014

I feel like a broken record – every time a new month begins, I consistently point out that that the previous month went by too quickly.  January was no exception.  (Fortunately, this will actually be a fact in the 28-day month of February.)

I’ve said it before (I think), but I really do feel like I’ve hit the “restart button” with my online journey.

In a good way.

What I mean by this is, even though I still have many of my old, abandoned projects generating a little bit of income, I’ve completely reinvented my approach with the launch of The Daily Interview. The downside is, earnings are going to take a while to build.

The upside is – dare I say – limitless?

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THE Best Way to Figure Out Your Target Audience

When I was brainstorming a new site (which led to the creation of The Daily Interview), I spent a lot time thinking about target audience.

This is obviously one of the first things to consider when creating a new site or business. Without a target audience (or the right target audience), you could have the best idea in the world, and it could still easily fall flat.

OK, you get it. Target audience is important.

What I’m going to propose as THE best way to figure out your target audience is shockingly simple.

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My Online Income Report – December 2013

2013 is in the books!

What a roller coaster of a year in terms of earnings (over $2,000 in my best month, and close to $200 in my worst).

I’m late yet again with my income report thanks to my focus on the launch of my new site:

The Daily Interview.

Better late than never, right?

December wasn’t a great month earnings-wise, but it doesn’t matter – the earning sources of my past will be nothing compared to that of the future.

I’ll explain…

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Finally Revealing My New Site…It’s Probably Not What You’re Expecting

I’m very excited to finally be able to launch and reveal my new site today.

Before I do, let me just say: Even though this site will be a significant project and require a ton of effort, it absolutely will not take the place of this blog here at My 4-Hour Workweek.

I will still be blogging here on a regular basis as I have been doing for the past four years. :)

Now, let’s get to the site…

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Why I’m Done Making New Year’s Resolutions (And What I’m Doing Instead)

New Year’s resolutions are fun.  The new year is one of the only times of the year that people come up with massive goals – and who doesn’t like dreaming big?

That’s part of the problem.

A new year’s resolution is a great way to set yourself up for failure, I’ve found.  It’s not to say that people can’t live up to the lofty resolution that they’ve set, but let’s face it:

Most people don’t.

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How to Save Lots of Time and Money: Hacking Your Everyday Necessities

This is a post I’ve been meaning to write for awhile, because it’s something that has really changed a lot of the recurring purchases I make.

One of my primary criticisms against coupons was that there is a continuous time investment that can put you into a mindset of “saving mode” instead of “earning mode.”

What I’m going to discuss today is very different – it’s something I’ve implemented in my life that actually saves me both time and money. It’s not for everyone, so you need to decide if this is something you want to implement for yourself.

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