Passive Income Journey

  • Cash Flow Hunting Report – Flippa

    I have known about the site Flippa for a long, long time.  Originally, Flippa was a marketplace for domain flipping.  In the early day of the internet, exact match domain name was like some kind of trophy.  Companies paid high premium to acquire them the same way new found riches bid for special license plate number in auction. Flippa was […]
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  • BoostPlay – Cash Flow Hunting Report

    I was recently in talk with the owner of BoostPlay app.   To those who are not familiar with BoostPlay, it is the like4like equivalent for SoundCloud.  Here is my cash flow hunting analysis before going in for the negotiation: Pros: It’s been on the app store for 3 years.  These days, there are a lot of scammer out there faking […]
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  • Most “Successful” Investors Have No Idea What They Are Doing

    I have been checking out the net worth profiles on a dozen finance bloggers.  Their new worth range from $300,000 to $2,000,000.  Most of them achieve their net worth by being frugal.  At least 50% of their net worth are coming from home equity.  Most of them have some sort of dividend portfolio.  They all claim to be expert in personal […]
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  • Find Successful Customers to Serve

    It daunted on me why so many business fails.  Coming from my mobile app business experience, I realized that in order to succeed in business, I need to find and serve successful people and business.   That means businesses that are making money and want to improve upon their success.   It has nothing to do with supply and demand, […]
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  • Why Charging More Can Improve Your Customer Service?

    Recently, I acquired Wallet+, a highly polished wallet app that help backing up all the store cards, credit card, air miles cards in the comfort of your iPhone.  You don’t need to carry around all the store cards just in case you find something on sales at The Bay. The original app comes with an iCloud backup function.  Big mistake. […]
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  • What is the Most Critical Difference Between Selling B2B and B2C that NO ONE Talks About and How It will Save You Time and Money

    Most people get the B2B and B2C concept wrong.  If you are selling to or supporting B2C software, you know it sucks.  Believe me or checkout Patrick Mckenzie’s experience in supporting the lovely customers from his BingoCardCreator business in the past.  He went from joyfully emphasising the important of treating your customers like god to sick and tire of his customers in […]
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  • App Acquisition – Apnea Trainer

    Apnea Trainer is a niche app I have my eyes on recently.   It’s targeted audiences are free diver, free divers are folks that like to dive in an extended period of time without using oxygen equipment. “free diving is a form of underwater diving that relies on divers’ ability to hold their breath until resurfacing rather than on the […]
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  • App Acquisition – Wallet+

    I recently acquired a finance app Wallet+.   It is a decent app with a long history of loyal fans.   You can take a look at the FAQ/Help manual I put together over here.  Here is my shameless plug: Are you sick of carrying around a wallet as thick as a brick? How about worrying about losing your wallet, […]
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  • CHARGE MORE, CHARGE MORE, CHARGE MORE

    In order to success in business, you need to charge more.  High prices cure most problems in a business. Need better support? CHARGE MORE. Cheap customers are bad customer.  Bad customer has a combination of the following traits:  Act like an ass hole. Cheap. Technology illiterate. No matter where you go and what business you are in, you are bound […]
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  • How to build a SaaS from Scratch – Part 1

    This is my yet another attempt to pick up Ruby on Rails.  Given that I have a fairly extensive background on software engineering, Ruby on Rails has always eluded me.  I first learnt about Ruby on Rails when I came across a presentation by DHH from 37signals.com.  I like his no bullshit talk.  The idea of building and owning a “fortune 5 […]
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