Make Money with Free TV
People who pay for TV are notoriously unhappy with the service they receive. Whether it’s Comcast, DirecTV or Dish Network, it’s easy to find someone who has had an experience that just makes them loathe the company they used to pay for TV.
Where’s there’s unhappiness and frustration, though, there’s usually opportunity.
Getting TV for free has never been easier or more satisfying — and it’s only going to get better. I live a good 40 minutes from downtown Atlanta, but I still get more than 30 channels with just an antenna and most of them are in HD. Plus, over the air (OTA) signals are often better quality than you’d get with cable or satellite. In other words, I get better TV for free, and most of the people in the U.S. can do the same thing.
If it was easy, though, I wouldn’t be writing this. Getting things set up is not for the feint of heart. That’s why there’s money to be made in showing people exactly how to do it.
Set up a site that shows people exactly what to buy and exactly how to set it up. If you can make it simple, they’ll follow your instructions (and use your affiliate links).
The great thing about this idea is that it has a) evergreen content, b) up-to-date content and c) plenty of high-dollar products to recommend. You’re going to be recommending solutions that require about $500 in products (based on the situation) and Amazon will pay out 7% once you’re referring about one person/day. Add in AdSense and another revenue channel or two, and you’re up to $100/day in no time.
Here are a couple of posts to get you started:
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