Every now and then, I like to challenge myself to make money online fast. So I’ve challenged myself to make digital products in record time, publish a ton of content in a short timeframe, and just sell my balls off. So here are all the challenges I’ve done to make money in my business. Some worked, some failed, but all were worth it.
I’m going to publish 31 videos in October 2021. I’ll measure and document the stats and revenue. Hopefully, my efforts will pay off.
I’m going to create 100+ images scheduled to Pinterest all summer long to increase traffic, affiliate link clicks, and product sales. Will it be successful?
We're launching our SaaS product on June 1st, 2019 and trying to reach $15,000 of monthly recurring revenue in six months. Can we pull it off? Let's see!
We're accelerating the launch a year-long SAAS product (still in development) in just 30 days. Can we narrow our scope and get something to market by then?
Can I assemble all my knowledge about hot tub care and launch a paid online video course in just 3 days (technically 2 days)?! Let's find out right now!
Can we assemble a small team to re-build BrewCabin.com into a large brand website based around homebrewing beer, and make it profitable in less than a year?
I'm going to take everything I know about SEO and put it into a massive online video course. And I'm going to do it seven days. Actually, I have to do it in six because I already made plans.
Is "scratching your own itch" the best way to build a successful product? I'll find out by selling my custom affiliate Wordpress plugin I've used for years.
I'm teaming up with Doug Hill to build an ironic online membership training library and community to teach survival, bushcraft, and primitive skills.
An amazing race to build and launch a web app from scratch with Jason Zook, by learning Ruby on Rails (and other programming skills) in only 60 days.
An ambitious and artistic challenge to prove that you can make money in the music industry in record time (pun intended) by selling a rap album.
A quick money-making challenge to build, launch, and sell a small online video course called, "Asana For Bloggers" in just 7 days.
An aggressive sales blitz to sell as many coffee sponsorship deals as I can on my one-year old website in only 28 days (4 weeks).