3 years ago, architect Eric Reinholdt started his residential architecture firm on a remote island off the coast of Maine. He faced the challenge of building a successful architecture firm, and winning the kind of projects he wants to work on while also living in a remote location.
Inspired by people like Pat Flynn and Tim Ferriss’ book, the 4-hour Work Week, Eric knew that he wanted to build a business that wasn’t 100% reliant on the number of hours he worked in a day.
Today, you get an in-depth look at how he’s built a practice that combines passive income, products, and service offerings.
Specifically, you’ll discover how he uses YouTube video marketing to grow both his architecture firm and his passive income streams.
-The truth about earning passive income as an architect
-How to market your architecture firm using low-cost video tools
-A little-known trick to getting your content ranked on Google
Find out more on http://businessofarchitecture.com/yt.