This experiment is trying to prove anyone can rank on the first page of Google for a highly competitive keyword simply by creating the best page on that topic.
Can I double the revenue on my website without adding new products or services? And can I do it by optimizing what's already in place only using free online tools? Let's find out.
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.
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 making a course and adding it as an upsell to a successful product, instead of selling it as a standalone product. Can I make more money this way?
In 2017, Roasty has been losing about 10% of its traffic each month. Instead of producing new content to give it a boost, I'm going to try a content audit.
I'm teaming up with Doug Hill to build an ironic online membership training library and community to teach survival, bushcraft, and primitive skills.
Can I build a "niche site" about homebrewing beer? Yes, but will make money, even if I ignore the competition and keyword research? Let's find out!
A short-lived project to build a Netflix-style training library to help pool and spa professionals market their businesses better online.
This experiment is to see if rebranding RoastyCoffee.com will result in more website traffic, email subscribers, and total monthly recurring revenue.
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).
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