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By | May 30th, 2007|Categories: Affiliate Programs|

Genius Types is all about the fusion of Creative Life and Passive Income. I like income sources that allow me the time freedom to be creative; but I love income sources that pay me to be creative. That's why I love the concept behind Revver is a user-driven video distribution network, but unlike YouTube, [...]

Real Estate :: The Ultimate Passive Income

By | May 28th, 2007|Categories: Internet Marketing|

You've read a lot on this blog about how to create passive income with little or no money, and I've suggested several ways to start the trickle of multiple streams of income into your pocket; but where is all of this headed? In our quest to create passive cashflow inexpensively, we've been forced to make [...]

Blog Income Report :: April 2007

By | May 11th, 2007|Categories: Income Reports|

Income produced on Genius Types jumped by over 50% in April! Total earnings rose to $152.53. The compound monthly growth rate of income earned on over the last three months is sitting at 34%. If it continues to grow at that rate, Genius Types will earn over $3800 in April of 2008. Six Months [...]

Top Stumbles :: Car Pinball

By | May 4th, 2007|Categories: Link Soup|

Here are my favorite stumbles over the last few weeks. I like to stumble sites reccommended by my network of friends, so be sure to add me to your friend network. Car Pinball in Portland :: This is an insane video of a bunch of cars bouncing off of each other on the icy roads [...]

Traffic Report :: April 2007

By | May 3rd, 2007|Categories: Traffic Reports|

Traffic increased nicely last month from 10,314 unique visitors in March to 16,902 in April. The compound monthly growth rate (rolling average over the last 3 months) is holding strong at 46%. The statistic I'm most proud of is the growth in Feedburner feed subscriptions. Genius Types gained 90 subscribers over the month, averaging about [...]

Should You Specialize or Generalize Your Blog?

By | April 30th, 2007|Categories: Blogging|

Conventional wisdom in the blogosphere says to pick a theme for your blog and stick with it. For bloggers with more than one interest, this usually means operating multiple blogs. Proponents of this theory say that too many topics will confuse your readers. As usual, I hold the contrarian view on this topic. I think [...]

Link Soup :: I Love StumbleUpon

By | April 20th, 2007|Categories: Link Soup|

The more I know about StumbleUpon, the more there is to love. I first discovered it on February 15th, 2006, when I got a sudden spike of 250 visits to an article I had written a month before, What Europeans and Americans Can Learn From Each Other When I checked Google Analytics, I realized that [...]

Passive Income Report :: March 2007

By | April 17th, 2007|Categories: Income Reports|

I started to get serious about passive income a couple of years ago when I was introduced to the game Cashflow 101. I played the game over and over until I internalized a new way of looking at creating income. To this day, it's my favorite board game and some of the best money I've [...]

Technorati Favorite Exchange Party!

By | April 13th, 2007|Categories: Affiliate Programs|

To celebrate the reinstatement of Genius Types on Technorati after one month of mysterious banishment, I'm holding a favorite exchange party like the one hosted by Dosh Dosh. Come on in and enjoy yourself! Here's how to join the party: 1. Favorite Genius Types by clicking this link. 2. Leave a comment with your blog's [...]