Top 15 blogs for earning passive income from Internet



Smart Passive Income is a resource run by Pat Flynn to teach you proven strategies for running an online business and optimizing it for passive income.

Smart Passive Income was started back in 2008, with the simple goal to share the strategies that helped Pat grow his online business. Since that time, it has become remarkably easy to find advice on internet marketing and starting an online business—but what has gotten harder is finding ethical advice that has been properly tested. This blog provide tried and tested strategies and practical tips to newcomers and experienced bloggers.


ShoutMeLoud (SML) – A community of enthusiastic bloggers who are popularly known as “Shouters”! These are bloggers who are living an internet lifestyle or are currently moving in that direction.

You will find the following and more on ShoutMeLoud:

92% practical tips to raise & earn money from your blog; the other 8% is for extravagant jokes & personal stories.

Basic & advanced money making techniques. This is all pretty cool stuff but not that easy.

A community of like-minded bloggers who hang out & talk about blogging on this dedicated forum for bloggers.

Online marketing tips for entrepreneurs, start-ups & businesses.

ShoutMeLoud is the best community for anyone who is passionate about discovering themselves through writing and for those who have the desire to excel in this fast-changing online world.

ShoutMeLoud is an answer to:

How do you make money online?

How can I quit my job & become my own boss?

How do you create an authority website & establish yourself online and offline?

  1. SHOEMONEY.COM, shares founder Jeremy Schoemaker’s ups and downs in the world of online marketing to a loyal daily readership of over 30,000 people. has been named the Best Affiliate Marketing Blog and ranks in Technorati’s top 50 blogs for the past three years. Having made millions of dollars over the past five years, Jeremy shares his insights with others so they, too, can learn and grow.


This blog is for fellow entrepreneurs, especially if you are interested in following the online business model that has been leveraged to make over a million dollars…

That business model is:

Start A Blog

Grow An Email Newsletter

Sell Your Own Digital Products

Since 2005 through this blog has taught thousands of people how to make a full time income from blogging using the Blog Sales Funnel to sell digital products and services.


IncomeDiary provides the very best content for web entrepreneurs. With over 400 blog posts, 7 educational courses and a best-selling software product, it has influenced millions of people all around the world.

Founded by Michael Dunlop in 2005, the company started originally as a graphics forum with over 1000 members signing up in the first 6 months. Over 9 years that followed, they launched 4 additional blogs, each receiving millions of visitors.

Located in Brighton, UK, the company’s main focus is to make the web more awesome.


This Blog Will Help You Get More Traffic. If you want to learn internet marketing over the shoulder of an established expert, you’re in the right place.

Whether that is link building, traffic generation, social media or conversation rate optimisation – This blog will help you!

The blog has won a number of awards including-

HubSpot Top 5 Internet Marketing Blog March 2015

Affiliate Summit Best Affiliate Blog 2013

Technorati Top 100 Business Blog July 2013

The Best Of Search Engine Journal 2012

ProBlogger One To Watch 2013

Unbounce Top 75 Internet Marketing Blogs

UK Blog Awards 2015 PR & Marketing Highly Commended

UK Blog Awards 2014 Digital & Technology Highly Commended


Here Johnny has documented and shared his journey as a location independent entrepreneur.

He went from quitting a well-paid corporate job in California in 2008 to move to Thailand to work as a Scuba Instructor and train professionally as a Muay Thai Fighter. It wasn’t until 2013 that he made his first $100 on line when he started his first ecommerce store which he recently sold for $60,000. Now he spends his time traveling the world as a digital nomad, creating multiple streams of passive income.


So Over This is the journey of someone who has consistently made mistakes and is now working to correct them.  In the bloggers words: “I am very open about the fact that I’ve messed up repeatedly, not just financially but in other areas of my life as well. When I was still spending like crazy, it was the stories of other people in my shoes that motivated me to do things differently. So I put myself out there in hopes that I can motivate someone else not to do the things I’ve done”.

This isn’t the home of a guru. If you’re looking for insight from someone who has never had debt or made a dumb purchase, you’re in the wrong place. “I’m not trying to live like a monk and spend a penny a month on groceries – I’m just trying to move beyond a life of debt. This is not a place for me to preach about what you should do or be. If you’re looking for information from someone who has made perfect choices, let me know and I can point you to some other blogs.”


This blog was created in order to help you improve your finances, keep track of your progress, and to help readers improve their finances along the way.

The blogger used to work in the financial services industry as a financial analyst, but now is fully self-employed as an online freelancer and solopreneur, publishing monthly income updates where you learn how to earn over $70,000 a month online


Timothy Ferriss has been listed as one of Fast Company’s “Most Innovative Business People”, Forbes Magazine’s “Names You Need to Know,” and is the 7th “most powerful” personality on Newsweek’s Digital 100 Power Index for 2012. He is an angel investor/advisor (Uber, Facebook, Twitter, and 40+ more) and author of the following books:

The 4-Hour Workweek – Sold into 35+ languages, #1 New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and BusinessWeek bestseller.

The 4-Hour Body – #1 New York Times bestseller.

The 4-Hour Chef – #1 Wall Street Journal and New York Times bestseller; winner of a Gourmand “Best in the World” Award at the 18th Annual Paris Cookbook Awards.

Tim is listed as #6 in the “Top 20 Angel Investor” rankings for 2014 (see his deals here), and Newsweek calls him “the world’s best guinea pig,” which he takes a compliment.

This blog is one of Inc. Magazine’s “19 Blogs You Should Bookmark Right Now“, and it has been ranked #1 on the Top 150 Management and Leadership Blogs list, based on Google PageRank, Alexa traffic ranking, Bing results, Technorati authority, Feedburner subscribers, and PostRank.


Ramit Sethi is New York Times bestselling author and founder of

Over 500,000 people read his material to learn how to use psychology and systems to live a Rich Life. That could mean automating your finances, making more money, finding your Dream Job, starting an online business or mastering your inner psychology.

The site is designed to show you the exact systems to help you live a Rich Life. And some of this is very counterintuitive.

But there ARE systems that will help: For example, the site will show you the exact system to automate finances, which allows you to spend less than 1 hour/month on money and hit all your savings, investment, and even spending goals.

Focus on the activities that will generate massive results for the rest of your life and you’ll never have to worry about the small change problems again.


The Life Design Project (LDP) is brought to you by Rob, his friends, and the people he meets along his real world life design testing. He brings a process design mind set and attention to detail in every article.

The LDP examines exactly what it looks like to empirically test popularized “life style designers” like Tim Ferriss (4 Hour Work Week), who have freed themselves from society’s typical view of work to live out enjoyment and freedom every day. The freedom required to immerse yourself in a new skill, travel often, or follow whatever your passion is fully.


Escaping the 9 to 5 was started to motivate you to choose freedom, to choose the life you want to live versus defaulting to the status quo.

To some Escaping the 9 to 5 means quitting their traditional job and doing freelance work they love while traveling abroad. Others escape by becoming an entrepreneur and building out a team, this sway the business runs and is profitable whether or not the owner is “on” the clock. Some people escape by choosing to be an artist or creative, while still others decide to work for someone else’s company but are deeply passionate about it and motivated for the success of the whole—thus it doesn’t feel like a 9 to 5 at all.

Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.

Whatever your personal escape is, this blog is dedicated to providing you with the support, understanding and inspiration to get there. It isn’t easy, sometimes it’s downright painful, and choosing your path versus defaulting to the status quo is often much “harder” work than just remaining a cog in the rat race.


There is a clear and growing movement in the world: People are starting to realize that old concepts of work, play, and success do not really satisfy any longer.

The idea of working hard for 40 odd years to save money and get a secure life, so that you can enjoy retirement is no longer acceptable for many. We live in an age of amazing affluence and abundance: why shouldn’t we enjoy our lives now?

Anyone, in developed countries at least, can do and have anything they want. The only requirement is focused effort on high return work. Exotic vacations, fancy cars and designer handbags are available to the masses so material possessions are no longer an important measure of success. Anyone can buy a Rolex watch or a Porche. Anyone can go to Thailand or Buenos Aires. Universal accessibility to goods and services once available to the super rich, mean that purchases no longer have the same caché.

In fact, possessions have become a sign of weakness. We have been getting fat, stupid and lazy with a diet of fast food and television, while polluting our planet at an increasing rate. All that “convenience” we have been consuming is making us sick. We are sick, the environment is sick and it is our own fault.

The internet has opened unprecedented opportunities to make decent amounts of money from virtually anywhere in the world. We are no longer tethered to a job, city or even country. Anyone can put up a blog and start promoting their content or services from the most distant corners of the globe.

Technology has brought us closer together as one world more than anyone has ever imagined. We can access every movie, picture, person or idea from anywhere. All of this has happened in the last 20 years. Wait to see what the next twenty will bring.

A JetSetCitizen is NOT about driving Maserati’s in Monaco, it is about volunteering in Venezuela. It is about learning something new to improve the lives of people around you. It is about embracing humanity and experiencing the world with your fellow citizens. It is about being fortunate enough to live in a time of unprecedented opportunity.


Moolanomy is a personal finance online magazine. It incorporates current events with sound financial information to provide you with the best in class articles to help you improve your finances and your life. Its mission is to help readers gain control of their finances, earn more, spend less, and live better.

The site is organized based on the four pillars of personal finance management: income managementexpense managementasset management, and debt management as follow:

  • The first pillar of personal finance is income management. It focuses on helping youimprove your career, build additional income, and extends into the area of business and entrepreneurship.
  • The second pillar of personal finance isexpense management. It covers areas such as budgeting, smart spending, taxes, and the broad topic of insurance and risk management.
  • The third pillar of personal finance is asset management. This is the engine of wealth building and it covers areas such as savings, investing, financial planning, and the related area of real estate and home ownership.
  • The last pillar of personal finance is debt management. It covers areas that include borrowing and lending money, debt reduction and management, your credit, and credit cards.

Additionally, there are other areas that affect your finances that do not neatly fall into these categories, these include: the economy, education, and other broad personal finance areas.

Note: The above content has been taken and edited from the “about us” pages of the respective blogs.