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Is it possible to earn big relatively simple businesses? Yes! Here are nine examples:
- InsanelyGoodRecipes.com – A food blog, you will find simple but delicious recipes that take less than 30 minutes to prepare. The blog generates about USD 620K a year.
- Bakeitwithlove.com – Another successful food blog. This one focuses mainly on baking and makes USD 24K a month.
- Worlddata.info – The site collects data from the world. There you will find data on population, climate, economy, etc. The whole thing doesn’t require a lot of work, and the project generates USD 156K per year. Mainly through ads.
- Lotterycorner.com – A simple site that shows the current results of Powerball and Mega Millions lotteries. It brings together lottery players and companies looking for players. It attracts over 1.3 million visitors and generates USD 13K per month.
- Group Convert – Not a website, but a Chrome extension. It allows Facebook group admins to collect email addresses effortlessly. It has about 5,000 users per week and generates USD 840K per year, with a single employee.
- Personality-database.com Riding the wave of personality test popularity, the site attracted 452,000 visitors each month. They have a database of personality types of celebrities, movie and anime characters, TV personalities,etc.
- Closet.tools – A Chrome plugin that allows you to automate posting to the Poshmark fashion marketplace. Their main business model is paid access to the tool. It generates USD 42K per month.
- Junglescout.com – Initially, they sold optimizing search tools for sellers on Amazon. After feedback from customers, they pivoted to market analysis, inventory management, and sales analysis. They generate USD 64M a year.
- Helium10.com – They help sell on Amazon. They did not invent any innovative product, but improved existing services. A competitor to Jungle Scout. The company makes USD 39M a year.
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