Lesson 3.2) How to Make a $1000 per Month Passive Income Website using Onsite SEO (Pt. 2)

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This is the second of three lessons where I teach you how to search engine optimize a WordPress website, while also teaching you the construction of a website designed to make $1000 in passive income per month from Google Adsense. The website I teach you how to make is The Passive Income Sample Website.

In this specific lesson I will show you the actual postings of keyword optimized posts and pages, as well as how to properly structure images and permalinks for maximum SEO benefit. I will show you the appropriate general settings for the entire website, as well as the settings for the All-in-One SEO plugin for complete search engine optimization.

Make sure you are logged into Udemy and signed up for the course before clicking the video below or you won’t be directed to the correct video (it’s completely free to register).

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(Or click here: How to Make a $1000 per Month Passive Income Website (Pt. 2) on Udemy).

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Leave comments if you have any questions!

Mike Omar

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6 Responses to “Lesson 3.2) How to Make a $1000 per Month Passive Income Website using Onsite SEO (Pt. 2)”

  1. Going to start my website over with what I am learning. Great course. May I suggest you put together an advanced course as well. Again, thanks!

    • Hi Bob,

      Thanks for kind words about my course!

      And I’m actually cooking something up for people who want more advanced training. Be sure to subscribe to my mailing list for when I announce it!

      Best,

      Mike

      • In my retirement in ten weeks I am looking to develop and run a portfolio of websites. I would be interested in how you manage your portfolio of 100+ websites efficiently as a topic in your advanced training course. Also of interest are your thoughts/experiences selling vs. working mature websites.

        Thanks in advance.

        • Hi Bob,

          I have all my websites organized in a giant spreadsheet on Excel. And usually about two days a month, I send out a massive assignment to my outsourcers detailing high-quality articles I need for my websites, and backlink articles (with specific anchor texts) I need posted around the Internet. Even though it sounds complicated, as your business grows, you’ll start developing efficient systems for yourself.

          I prefer working sites versus selling because you’ll make more money that way.

          Best,

          Mike

  2. Hi Mike,

    Great stuff, for one of my websites I have created a website that represents my business which is a services based business much like the freelancing web building website you advised us to make. My question is, if these are more location based websites specific to our area, should we be going through the same procedures as every other website?
    Is there any differences we should be making or anything we should skip?

    • Hi Michael,

      If you want your website to rank for search specific keywords (i.e. “chicago home cleaning”), the most important thing you can do is submit your website to Google businesses. Then you’ll get listed in Google Maps when people do local searches, which is great for driving qualified leads.

      Mike

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