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Keyword Research Search Volumes for Amazon Affiliate Marketing – A Deep Dive
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I’ll talk about the search volumes that you should consider and NOT consider for your niche site. Here are the ranges (ALL are purely my opinion): Very High: 9000+ High: 2500 – 9000 Med: 720 – 2500 Low: 250 – 720 Ultra Low and Long Tails: under 250 The Keyword Golden Ratio https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLTRfQ_cd-edGvhVw2_WHU2MYI7FTIeXhK — 16+ […]

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The Power of Deep Prioritizing
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Not too long ago, I spent an entire workweek without writing a single word for The Simple Dollar or any other writing project for that matter. Yet, this wasn’t a week of vacation or sabbatical or anything like that. What did I do, then? I spent an entire week reading a few relevant books and […]

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Sell It Now — how to make hundreds of dollars on eBay in 37 minutes
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Here’s the exact steps we used to make $1,000 selling things on eBay over the last two months. Plus, we surveyed readers who make more than $1,000/month using eBay (including one who earned $50,000 over the last year), and we spoke to a senior executive at eBay to get insider tips on how to make […]

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12 Non-Financial Books That Will Help You Cultivate a Mindset of Financial Independence
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Over the years, I’ve written about many personal finance books that have been incredibly valuable to me and to many others in terms of helping them figure out their finances and build a path to a strong retirement or even to financial independence / early retirement. Perhaps the most in-depth list was this one, where […]

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9 Tactics for Figuring Out If You Really Need a Tempting Purchase
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It’s a pretty familiar feeling for everyone at some time or another in their life. You’re doing some household chore and you realize that having some particular item would make this task more convenient, so you add that item to your shopping list. Or, maybe, you’re at the store and you see something that is […]

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A Guide for Busy People Who Want to Build New Income Streams
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John writes in: Recently, you mentioned in this article that you’ve set up some additional income streams to the point “where any income stream can go away and it won’t really adversely affect my family.” — I’m curious to know what they are and how you’ve achieved that. I’ve been listening and reading up on […]

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Balancing Financial Success and Life’s Big Moments
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A little over a week ago, I responded to a mailbag question from Mary, who was struggling with the decision about whether to go on an expensive trip (that she could afford) with her ailing sister. She was worried about the long-term financial impact of this big expense and was weighing it against doing something […]

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Wealth Is Not a Route to Happiness. What Is?
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I recently read a great article by Peter Singer on the general topic of effective altruism entitled The Drowning Child and the Expanding Circle, which was originally published in New Internationalist. In the article, Singer’s primary focus is on personal happiness and whether helping others is aligned with it. The article contained a key quote […]

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Online business ideas: what’s the best online business to start?
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There are 6 main options for an online business and I have systematically tried them ALL. By the end of this post, you’ll know exactly what’s the best kind of online business to start. But first, I love how 2,000+ of you responded to my question, “What excites you about starting an online business?”… …with a […]

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Three Big Mistakes Students Make When Accepting Financial Aid
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I graduated college with $145,000 in student loans. The worst part about it? I was willfully ignorant about the amount I borrowed. It would all be paid off by Future Me, right? Besides, not once during my economics courses was there a discussion about the adverse effects of high student debt. How bad could it […]

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Solid Strategies for Keeping Your Grocery Bill Low
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The average American household spends about $700/month on groceries each month according to a Gallup Poll. While food is a necessity, you don’t have to settle for a high grocery bill if you know you truly don’t need to be spending that much. Your family size will be the key determining factor for your grocery […]

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