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Moonlighting on the Internet: Five World Class Experts Reveal Proven Ways to Make and Extra Paycheck Online Each Month [Kindle Edition]

Yanik Silver
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Book Description

Internet marketing guru Yanik Silver has scoured the internet to bring together 5 world-class experts who make thousands in extra cash online each month. They reveal their secrets to making unlimited cash using today’s hottest online moneymaking methods: selling information, eBay, affiliate marketing, Yahoo! Stores and blogging.

Editorial Reviews


"Well-written, practical, useful, money-earning advice for anyone interested in using the internet to create an extra $500 to $5,000 a month. Yanik Silver, one of the internet's truly remarkable success stories, holds nothing back. Instead of lots of meaningless claptrap contained in most books about the internet, the author shares the inside secrets of what really works. And what doesn't."

-Ted Nicholas, author of Billion Dollar Marketing Secrets

"Moonlighting Online is a breath of fresh air. Yanik Silver doesn't claim you'll become a millionaire online, but he can show you 5 effective and simple ways to pull in a lot more money than you're earning now-and do it month after month. This is brilliant advice from a true professional. I strongly recommend this book."

-Joseph Sugarman, chairman, BluBlocker Corporation

About the Author

Yanik Silver is the leading expert on creating automatic, moneymaking websites. He has sold more than $10,000,000 of information products online, despite minimal knowledge of web design and HTML.

Product Details

  • File Size: 3363 KB
  • Print Length: 334 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1599181576
  • Publisher: Entrepreneur Press; 1 edition (January 1, 2008)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Not Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #463,346 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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113 of 130 people found the following review helpful
This book was OK. It covers a very broad range of topics regarding how to use the Web (Internet) to make money. Basically there are five sections to the book (5 topics): (1) online infopreneur, (2) eBay retailer, (3) affiliate marketer, (4) Yahoo! Stores retailer, and (5) blogger. I've reviewed other books on all each of these topics. And I've been pretty clear in my reviews that topics 2 through 5 do not provide much benefit for the cost when it comes to making money. There are books written about each. And this book just does not do any of them justice in the short space given them.

This book has an introduction and conclusion along with 26 chapters:

0. Introduction
1. Creating "Digitally Delivered Information Products"
2. What is information marketing?
3. Top 7 information topics
4. How to figure out what information to sell
5. Researching the online marketplace
6. Evaluating your "brilliant" idea
7. Creating your information product
8. Licensing
9. Joint ventures
10. Public domain
11. Getting your site's foundation built
12. Creating your hot offer
13. Setting up your site
14. Headlines that sell
15. The eBay Machine
16. Finding the right products and setting up business
17. The `flood"
18. Your listing
19. What makes a successful seller?
20. The world of affiliate programs
21. Finding an affiliate program and working it
22. The Yahoo! Stores phenomenon
23. Establishing your niche
24. Why blogging?
25. How to set up a blog
26. Making money with blogs
26a. Conclusion

My favorite part of the book was Section 1 (chapters 1-14) regarding online infopreneurship. It covered 122 pages of text. And I thought much of it was pretty good.
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29 of 33 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Motivation, Inspiration and Education January 8, 2008
Yanik was one of the first guys that got me started with internet marketing, and when he wrote a book I was all over it. The reason why is because when you search for info on the internet at this time you are inundated with massive amount of information from every angle you can think of with a very high price tag.

This book is not intended to make you rich overnight, and Yanik states that clearly, but, following these principles, you can get a very quick start without the confusion.

I suggest getting your pen and paper ready and take notes as you read this book w/ready to take action steps. That's what I did and I've gotten a BIG jump with public domain materials that I seriously never thought I would do. But now that I see how easy it is I'm almost finished with a project in record time.

That is what this book is all about - getting started easily and quickly, nothing complicated - and it's perfect for someone who needs ONE place to focus on getting their information from. Sitting in front of your computer and searching for quality information in one place is next to impossible nowadays, it's information overload out there.

The stories sprinkled throughout the book w/success stories will motivate and educate you at the same time.

People who have experience w/internet marketing are taking this book for granted if they say they expected more detailed information. I think we often forget just how clueless we all were when we first started in this biz.

The only part that did not interest me: Well, I'm not the biggest fan of the yahoo stores concept but it may very well suit others.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Would have gave it a 5 but,,, January 18, 2008
I have great respect for Mr. Silver and I aspire to quit my day job one day! I loved the personal success stories - that lets me know I can do it also. I was disappointed in that there are TONS of links in the book. I spent time bookmarking the ones I wanted to go to after reading the book. When I went to the MOTI website they are ALL gone!! What gives? There was also comments in the book of an accompanying CD - that was not included in my book (which I bought here on Amazon). If you think this book is a hand holding expedition in making quick money on the internet this is not the book for you. If you are looking for ideas to help you make money on the internet this could be your book.
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40 of 51 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Dumpster Diving On The Internet September 16, 2009
After reading all the other reviews, I have a better insight into how the Yanik Silvers do so well. Do I believe the guy has made a fortune selling crap on the Internet? Absolutely! Do I believe vultures get fat feasting from the corpses on a recent battlefield? Absolutely! Do I believe all the "real world examples" this smirking con artist delivers up in his book, "Moonlighting On The Internet?" Can't you fools see that he is smirking at you behind his hand? Is it an accident that, when he is describing how to steal public domain material to publish and sell under your own name, he chooses PT Barnum? I think not. Do you really believe the one about the little old lady who discovered a public domain book published 100 years ago about how to get rich and after trying to give it away to all her friends, she ended up selling it on the Internet because that was essentially easier and she could then sail away on her yacht and keep track of her swollen bank accounts via wireless Internet access?
Silver repeatedly reminds you of his inability to create websites. Have you seen any of his websites? I have. They are slick or should I say oily, greasy.
To this group of persons and obviously there are a lot like him, nothing is beyond the pale. People are prey; meant to be preyed upon and the slicker you are at it, the better you feel about yourself, I suppose.
I found myself unable to believe any of the hokum in his book no matter how much or how loudly his huckster cohorts swear to it. The central message of this book is how to profit from the gullibilities of all the people who surf the Internet looking for some way to provide themselves and their families a better lifestyle, a more financially secure lifestyle.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Great info. to start an internet business.
Published 22 days ago by Lenor Singh
4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars
This book is filled with great ideas.
Published 1 month ago by MC
1.0 out of 5 stars Five world class experts could not make this a great book!
I read the book a while ago. At the time, I was searching for a way to make money online, and the title for this book expressed what I was looking for. Read more
Published 1 month ago by Lidia Pirir
3.0 out of 5 stars Three Stars
Published 2 months ago by boxo
5.0 out of 5 stars Tons of good info
Loved the book . It provided a ton of information for anyone who might want to get started on marketing on the internet
Published 5 months ago by Sabu
2.0 out of 5 stars Sitting in the basement collecting dust
This was recommended by a friend and it clearly ended up not being what I had expected, so it is collecting dust. It will find its way into a donation bag in the New Year.
Published 8 months ago by BlissfulShopper
1.0 out of 5 stars Waste of time and money
I bought this book hoping that it would give me some insider tips on starting my own business over the internet, it's a couple hundred pages of general; basic information. Read more
Published 13 months ago by Joe
4.0 out of 5 stars Good info
Has really great info and ideas at making money on the internet. If it were a little newer/updated I'd give it 5 stars.
Published 15 months ago by Kevin M
2.0 out of 5 stars Light on content. Heavy on hype. Not sure of the ethics.
Good content was sparse. What was good, however, wasn't so unique that it could only be found in this book. Read more
Published 18 months ago by That Chatty Gal
5.0 out of 5 stars Great idea generator
Yanik does a good job in this book of giving a lot of opportunities in which people can make money through internet businesses. Read more
Published 21 months ago by Brett Meulmester
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