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SPI #56 to #65 – Guest Posts – Honeymoon, Growing Lawn, Geek & Passion, Passive Income from Passive Income, Dreams, eHow & Referral Links, Master Strategy, more eHow, Real Estate, Content Sites

It’s February 2009 on Smart Passive Income, Pat is on his Honeymoon and wrote a guest post on another blog (which seems quite dead in 2013). Nevertheless writing guest posts on other blogs is a nice way to increase your own web traffic …

In return a guest post appears on Pat’s blog … which is about “growing a new lawn” and does not really have to do anything with passive income … I might be wrong 😉

Another guest post could be about passive income – again I might have interpreted that post the wrong way. It address being a geek and passion, and how talking about that can end up in passive income …

Yet another guest post explains on how you get even more passive income from your passive income … namely decreasing your tax on your income and how increasing interest (which is again passive income) …

how to turn dreams into passive income … actually more dreams than how-to …

… another article explains how you can earn money from an eHow article even if that very same article on eHow only makes a couple of cents. The idea here is that you put referral links to products into your article …

… the strategy of another poster combining blogs, ebooks and informational products on personal finances seems not to have paid off … the site is down …

… same with the get organized with with eHow articles

… another idea is about passive income in the real-estate business by generating income through relationships. The site is up and running, last blog entry about a year ago …

… and finally an entry about writing articles for content sites (like eHow) …

In summery nine guest posts, four of the referred sites are still active!

… and more about SPI …

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