I'm not active anymore in Internet marketing. I had a lot of experiences, but none of them was promising enough to sustain a constant flow of income. I used to talk to people and tell them: I would feel so great that I am the only one who doesn't have to work for a boss, because now I am the awesome Internet marketer. Well, I still don't have a boss but I'm making real money off-line. So I gave up Internet marketing to finally earn actual money outside, in the off-line world. What I found in Internet marketing was not wealth but that you have to make a lot of visitors come to your site to make a little bit of income. This is due to the tiny revenue you get from advertising. I tried a lot of concepts that could be based on this approach: First, find something you are passionate about. Second, do market research for suitable keywords. Third, create a website and optimize it for the keywords. Fill it with "good" content and put advertising on it. Do search engine optimization. Problem is that not enough people come to make a decent income from that. I did that approach with 20 websites. I made about two dollars in advertising revenue each month. Sometimes I earned nothing at all. You cannot just go ahead and scale this. Because after all you have to create content. If you want to automate creating content you'll have to invest. I once created a lot of accounts on Twitter. Having had the pain in the ass inserting all those captchas, all of them got banned one week later. Alright, comment as you see appropriate.