I'm an "InterWeb Entrepreneur". I come up with weird and wacky ideas then out them into practice – hopefully making a profit on each idea. Usually I try to make about 25*ROI on each idea, eg if an idea costs me $100 to set up, I want to try to make near to $2500 on the backend. Sometimes I make a profit, sometimes I don't!
I came up with the moniker AIS, which stands for Automated Income Streams a few years ago on a forum – AIS is basically a way to earn money without doing an awful lot of work. Other people call them "Niche Sites" or "VRE (Virtual Real Estate)" – but AIS is more descriptive in my opinion.
I own about 10 "Adsense AIS" sites – these are informational sites which earn me cash via Google Adsense. I have more in the pipeline, all of which are White Hat Informational Sites.
I own about 30 "Other AIS" sites such as sites set up to sell affiliated products. I have more in the pipeline.
I own about 10 "Product AIS" sites – these sell products that I have created (or had created for me). Again, I have more ideas waiting to come to fruition. Some of my sites are listed below, others exist but I wish to keep these under my hat.
I also have this Blog which allows me to recommend Products and Services, of course this is another AIS. On this Blog, I only recommend products that I have personally tried – meaning you can be sure that my advice is credible. You will not find other forms of monetization on this Blog such as Adsense or Payperpost (as I believe these do a dis-service to readers).
I also run an adwords campaign which is an AIS (to earn me Affiliate Income) – this particular AIS is the reason why AIS does not stand for Automatic Income SITES. This AIS does not have a site – it is solely based around Adwords which leads to a product for sale.
I also run a Subscription Service – subscribers pay a set amount each month for access to all of my new ideas, code and products. This is in no way considered an AIS, as I spend a fair amount of time per month putting together the downloadable packages for subscribers.
If you are in any way, shape or form interested enough to give AIS a go, then I am here to help you via this Blog. You can contact me on email@example.com should you wish, but note that I do not give personal advice, unless you are willing for me to answer your question(s) in this blog – this gives other readers the chance to benefit from your question and my (attempted) answer!