Learn More About AskEustache and How I Can Help You

Thanks to today’s technology, you can make a living online working at home.

Hi! I am Pierre Eustache C. I went from unfortunate job seeker to self-employed living on my terms.

Among the dozens of money-making methods I’ve tried since 2010, one stood out: making passive income through blogging with affiliate marketing and free traffic. That’s what I primarily teach on AskEustache.


No product creation.

No customer support.

Just genuine recommendations and getting paid per sale.


  • While getting automated payouts is epic, it doesn’t happen overnight.
  • Getting all the pieces together can be confusing and overwhelming.

To fix that… I can help.

Welcome to AskEustache. I am glad and grateful you’re here. I’ll do my best to teach you through step-by-step guides and articles.

You’ll learn how to make residual income by recommending affiliate products. I’ll show you proven blogging, SEO, email, and affiliate strategies to automate most of the process.

Where to start?

I highly recommend you start with my free email course. You’ll receive instructions to start and grow a blog that makes recurring commissions with affiliate marketing.

Keep in mind: Your earnings depend on many factors including how much effort you put in. I do not guarantee you’ll replicate anyone’s success.

I’ll give you detailed instructions using easy-to-understand texts and videos. If you do the small tasks each day you receive a new lesson, you’ll use the same methods I use to get a blog running and making real money.

I’ll do my best to help you with a workflow you can follow to overcome overwhelm. Also, here is a list of actionable articles that can help you.

Articles to help you get started:

Articles to improve your system

Who’s behind AskEustache?

AskEustache is managed by Pierre Eustache Chardavoine. This role includes site design, content creation, content promotion, and everything in between.

To get everything running, I rely on highly effective tools while keeping costs at a minimum. That’s why I can help you build a minimalist blog making you recurring commissions. You don’t have to spend a lot, nor spend all your days behind a computer.

I have to admit.

I once lack a clear perspective for my blog. I was overwhelmed by all the information out there. I was consuming content and not taking proper action.

You’ll learn from my mistakes.

I’ll show you how to stay organized and actually take action.

You can use the same techniques too if you want to outsource the required blogging tasks.

1st Lesson I learned: Start with what you got.

When I first started, I had real limits that could stop me.

  • I had no computer.
  • Where I live, electricity is rare.
  • I had no proper methods to receive any upcoming earnings. (no bank account, PayPal not available, etc…)

But I overcame these barriers. A really good friend of mine did let me use her computer and internet connection.

I spent my time working at her house too where she had a system for electricity.

I discovered a payment method called Payoneer and I started looking for programs paying through Payoneer. When I started making money online then, I bought a refurbished laptop, opened a bank account, and invested in my blog to grow it. So, start with what you can afford and grow from there.

Tools I Use and Recommend

  • CloudFlare: I use CloudFlare and GitHub for hosting. I build my site with Hugo. It’s super fast and reliable. If you don’t run a static website and use WordPress as I did before, I highly recommend Cloudways. Get your first 3 days free.
  • MailerLite for email marketing: I build my email list with Mailerlite. It’s affordable and I love it for email automation (simple to set up). It fits many cases. If you need more powerful email marketing automation, check out Convertkit. Try it for free for 30 days here.
  • Surfer SEO for more organic traffic: Get buyer keywords your website can rank for using Surfer SEO. This tool will suggest you the terms to use based on ranked websites to write better content. Start a 7-day trial now.
  • Trello to get things organized: I use Trello to stay organized. I use templates to save time. I get a workflow to follow. I can save any ideas that pop up and still remember what I am working on now. Create your free Trello account.
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