Simple autopilot business pays your mortgage

Jim_SamsonI bet you’ve always dreamed of sitting back and relaxing while still making money. For many people, that dream is a reality, and I’m going to make it a reality for you.

This home business is something that you could set up and not have to touch ever again. It pays off your mortgage while you either turn your focus to more money-making techniques or retire in peace.

With almost nothing in startup costs, this home business is a no-brainer for anybody who wants to make money around the clock without ever lifting another finger.
If you’ve always wanted to start a home business, but don’t have the time to maintain it, this business blueprint is ideal for you.

It’s something you can set up once and let the sales reign in for as long as you live. It’ll pay off your mortgage, your car loan, and all your other bills if set up correctly.

The first step you need to take is to think about something that’s interesting to you—It could be a hobby, like golf, or something you collect, maybe coins or stamps. The subject you pick will be what your business revolves around.

It’s very important that you’re knowledgeable about the subject, but it can be whatever you feel most comfortable with.

Once you’ve decided on your subject, start thinking about everything you’d talk about if you were talking to a friend about this hobby or collection. Write down all the specifics of the most interesting points.

If you’re talking about golf, maybe write out the different functions and purposes of each golf club, the best and most reliable brands, and your favorite golf courses around the country/state.

After you’ve compiled all these different specifications, turn each one into its own set of paragraphs and pages—you don’t have to get fancy with big words or grammatical style, just simply write them out as if you were talking to somebody about the subject.

The main goal for this step is to keep the language simple and inviting. It needs to be casual and informative, and by writing in a conversational tone you accomplish all these traits.

Now, if you haven’t figured it out already, you’re creating a book.

Before you start to doubt this idea because it seems like it’s going to be a lot of hard work, let me tell you that it’s not hard at all. It’s extremely simple in today’s day and age and has very low costs.

The costs for you are going to be especially low because you’re creating an e-book—which means there’s no manufacturing cost, no shipping cost, and you can do it all by yourself.

There are plenty of platforms for you to use to publish your eBook, but I’ve found that the most practical one on a budget is Amazon. They have a help page at that provides you with a simple step-by-step instruction guide to help you get your eBook onto their site.

You can test out different prices and see where the sweet spot is, but you’ll easily cover any small publication fees with each sale.

As you can tell, it doesn’t take much to be a published author these days, but there’s a few simple things you can do to set yourself apart from the rest.

Come up with a creative pen-name that appeals to your intended audience. This can be anything you’d like.

For example, if you’re writing children’s books, you want your pen name to sound soft and sweet so it appeals to mothers and children.

If you’re writing a book about military equipment and the wars, then you’ll want something that sounds rugged and soldier-like.

Don’t parade around implying that you’re someone you’re not, but be clever with your pen-name; it could make a huge difference in sales.

The next step is exposing your book. Go to your local book store or convenience store and look for popular magazines that you could advertise your book in for cheap.

Advertising these days cost very little if it’s effective. Buy a cheap domain name that you reroute to your book’s page in order to make it easier for you future customers to find.

Once you’re set up with your eBook and you’ve found a successful advertising space in the magazine, sit back and allow the sales to pay off your mortgage while you sit on the beach or work on another successful eBook.

Just remember, don’t attempt to write about anything that you’re not genuinely interested in. Not only will this make it feel like hard-work, but the reader will be able to tell right away that you’re not enthusiastic.

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