Build a Blog Empire For Free - No Excuses!

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Because I'm tired of hearing about how people can't make money online because they don't have any money to invest to get started, I made this quick video. This is just one of many ideas you can take action on without spending a nickel. Set up the blogs as I show, ping them, get some social bookmark links. You can set one of these up every day and do all you need to do. Set and forget in about an hour. Spend one lousy hour a day on this if you're just starting out. It's all free, and if you stick to it, you will start to see some traffic. Then it's just a matter of making money from that traffic. Stick some Adsense ads on your blogs... Clickbank if it applies.... whatever you want.

The main thing is to take action consistently. And don't bother trying to make money from these blogs right away. Just spend your time setting up as many as you can. Go back a few weeks later and add Adsense or whatever you want once they're established and maybe getting some traffic.

One final point about this... This isn't going to make you rich. Not even close. But if you do this every day for a month or two, it can easily earn you enough in passive income to pay your car payment, electricity bill, gas, etc. every month. So stop looking for reasons to fail and TAKE ACTION!!! You (yes you!) can do this.

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  • Profile picture of the author Gclunis
    This is a really awesome idea..and i'm definitely going to do it right now haha I have a TON of PLR stuff that i have no use for. My only question is..would you recommend doing this for all of the articles? For example would u use all 25 articles on the blog and drip feed them for like 25 days or more? Or is there a limit.

    Also u said that you can ping them and do some bookmarking. Is that all for traffic generation? What I mean is..if you are building alot of these then you can't really focus on any real traffic generation methods right? So do you ping and bookmark every post as they are feeded through? Like do I bookmark and ping the first post..and then once the second posts I go and bookmark and ping that one? Wouldn't that get really hectic and time consuming once I have alot built?

    Please clear this up so that I can start asap. thanks for the idea :]
    • Profile picture of the author Zeus66
      Originally Posted by Gclunis View Post

      This is a really awesome idea..and i'm definitely going to do it right now haha I have a TON of PLR stuff that i have no use for. My only question is..would you recommend doing this for all of the articles? For example would u use all 25 articles on the blog and drip feed them for like 25 days or more? Or is there a limit.

      Also u said that you can ping them and do some bookmarking. Is that all for traffic generation? What I mean is..if you are building alot of these then you can't really focus on any real traffic generation methods right? So do you ping and bookmark every post as they are feeded through? Like do I bookmark and ping the first post..and then once the second posts I go and bookmark and ping that one? Wouldn't that get really hectic and time consuming once I have alot built?

      Please clear this up so that I can start asap. thanks for the idea :]
      You're overthinking. I know because I do it all the dang time too! Set up as many drip feed posts as you have articles in that category. If I had 10, that's how many I'd post over about 10 days. If I had 100 all about the same topic, that's how many I'd set up over that many days.

      Re: traffic, this is a numbers game and the focus needs to be on more and more blogs, not link building. Just ping and social bookmark the first post when you post it. Once Google finds your new blog, they'll come back to see if you've updated it. When they see it being updated daily, they'll get into the habit of checking and indexing your new posts regularly.

      But look, these are PLR articles that you got for free (unless you have some good paid PLR already). A lot of other people have it and it's probably all out there and already in Google's index. Don't worry about that. Put your head down and keep adding new blogs. That's where you want to spend 95% of your time. The sheer volume will start netting your some traffic and then you can go back and start monetizing that traffic.

      Keep it simple! It will work. Steady, consistent, daily action is the key.

      John
    • Profile picture of the author pchi
      i read your article on how to build a blog empire am a season writer into business, motiavation, religious and poem articles but have been looking for a means of where i can write and get paid for written have got a website of which i post a new articles every three days in a week but i need someone to put me through in what is needed to write online and get paid for it and how can i get my money in cash down to me please any one with info of how to go about please write me and i won't mind working together with any one am waiting to hear from you guys thanks in anticipation.
    • Profile picture of the author Jeena
      Originally Posted by Gclunis View Post

      This is a really awesome idea..and i'm definitely going to do it right now haha I have a TON of PLR stuff that i have no use for. My only question is..would you recommend doing this for all of the articles? For example would u use all 25 articles on the blog and drip feed them for like 25 days or more? Or is there a limit.

      Also u said that you can ping them and do some bookmarking. Is that all for traffic generation? What I mean is..if you are building alot of these then you can't really focus on any real traffic generation methods right? So do you ping and bookmark every post as they are feeded through? Like do I bookmark and ping the first post..and then once the second posts I go and bookmark and ping that one? Wouldn't that get really hectic and time consuming once I have alot built?

      Please clear this up so that I can start asap. thanks for the idea :]
      It is really an awesome idea . . . Great . . .
  • Profile picture of the author Gclunis
    ahh I see..alright i'll set up my first blog right now. THanks alot :].
    One more question about monetization. Do you have any ideas what works best? Like since it's a blog it would probably be best to just set up a banner for any affiliate offers I have that work with it right? But should i run adsense as well? Do the two work well together?
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    • Profile picture of the author Fadiz
      Originally Posted by Gclunis View Post

      ahh I see..alright i'll set up my first blog right now. THanks alot :].
      One more question about monetization. Do you have any ideas what works best? Like since it's a blog it would probably be best to just set up a banner for any affiliate offers I have that work with it right? But should i run adsense as well? Do the two work well together?
      the best way is to test and see what is works best for your blog readers, for example try to use adsense image ads for a week and do the same with link ads for about a week and see when did u earn the most
  • Profile picture of the author Zeus66
    Well you know I'm gonna recommend Adsense. I'm all about the Adsense, ya know.

    But think about that later on. Your early goal is to do this daily until you have maybe 40-50 blogs out there. Only then would I even think about how to make money from them. Something to consider here is that if you stick Adsense up right away, you run the risk of a human editor seeing your many blogs and raising red flags. You want to show any curious eyes that these are just good old informational blogs early on.

    John
    • Profile picture of the author Troy_Phillips
      Now who would have guessed adsense from you :-).


      This is not limited . Think about it

      It is a adsense haven. A affiliate marketers dream. Easily build a list . did anyone say anchor text linked to your money site (100 articles


      hmmmm 200 back links 0h wait a minute times that by 50 blogs )

      Originally Posted by Zeus66 View Post

      Well you know I'm gonna recommend Adsense. I'm all about the Adsense, ya know.

      But think about that later on. Your early goal is to do this daily until you have maybe 40-50 blogs out there. Only then would I even think about how to make money from them. Something to consider here is that if you stick Adsense up right away, you run the risk of a human editor seeing your many blogs and raising red flags. You want to show any curious eyes that these are just good old informational blogs early on.

      John
    • Profile picture of the author The Dotcom Hippie
      Originally Posted by Zeus66 View Post

      Well you know I'm gonna recommend Adsense. I'm all about the Adsense, ya know.

      But think about that later on. Your early goal is to do this daily until you have maybe 40-50 blogs out there. Only then would I even think about how to make money from them. Something to consider here is that if you stick Adsense up right away, you run the risk of a human editor seeing your many blogs and raising red flags. You want to show any curious eyes that these are just good old informational blogs early on.

      John
      Very true. I always let a new site sit for a few months before I put any AdSense on it.
  • Profile picture of the author Dennis Gaskill
    What, no flying monkeys?

    OK, OK, good post amigo. You too, John.
  • Profile picture of the author Gclunis
    alright thanks john
  • Profile picture of the author Troy_Phillips
    John, you just gave a secret away for all web 20 sites . Going back after indexing and then adding your links is always a great idea .
  • Profile picture of the author Matt Bard
    John, another good post and I see you're getting your money's worth out of Jing

    (good product and you're the one who convinced me to get it too last year) (reminds me that the license renewal is about up)

    Anyway, love your post and I too have been pushing Blogger as a quick and easy approach to getting sites up fast with very little effort.

    Adsense is a great idea but I would also add that Amazon has jumped on to Blogger too. They, Amazon, have an easy Gadget (Blogger's version of the Widget) that you can put up alnog with the Adsense.

    If you have a bunch of PLR on "gardening" then put an Amazon Gadget for "Garden Tools".

    (in the words of an audience for a Ron Popeil Ronco infomercial) "Just set it and forget it."

    It's like easy money. And money is just as good as cash these days
  • Profile picture of the author Britt Malka
    Hey Zeus

    I followed your Twitter link, so now I know your real name ;-)
    • Profile picture of the author Zeus66
      Originally Posted by Britt Malka View Post

      Hey Zeus

      I followed your Twitter link, so now I know your real name ;-)
      OH NO! How much to keep it quiet?

      Thanks for the follow!
    • Profile picture of the author DogScout
      Originally Posted by Britt Malka View Post

      Hey Zeus

      I followed your Twitter link, so now I know your real name ;-)
      Oh, You mean : Hades?
  • Profile picture of the author Zeus66
    It's actually a boring story about my nickname. My very first computer password way back in like 1990 was Zeus66. Lame, I know. But it stuck and people have called me that ever since. Wish there was a more exciting story behind it, like being imbued with godlike powers. Alas, it is not so.

    I do have a cool flying monkey though. So there's that.
    • Profile picture of the author Dennis Gaskill
      Originally Posted by Zeus66 View Post

      It's actually a boring story about my nickname. My very first computer password way back in like 1990 was Zeus66. Lame, I know. But it stuck and people have called me that ever since. Wish there was a more exciting story behind it, like being imbued with godlike powers. Alas, it is not so.
      Come on, chicks dig it and you know it. You're just too humble to brag.
    • Profile picture of the author Bill Farnham
      Originally Posted by Zeus66 View Post

      It's actually a boring story about my nickname. My very first computer password way back in like 1990 was Zeus66. Lame, I know. But it stuck and people have called me that ever since. Wish there was a more exciting story behind it, like being imbued with godlike powers. Alas, it is not so.
      John,

      I can relate to this...that's how I ended up with Killer Joe. I needed a handle back then and I was listening to a Benny Golson jazz standard "Killer Joe" (I love that song ) and the rest has been history since the mid '90s.

      Luckily, I recently learned how to spell my own name so I'm trying that out.

      ~Bill
  • Profile picture of the author sanssecret
    Why do I always feel like kicking myself when I'm reminded of the simple stuff?
    Thanks.
    Btw, if anyone doesn't 'know how to remove the 'blogger' bar at the top, add an HTML gadget and post in the code

    <!--HIDES Navbar -->
    <style type="text/css">
    div#navbar { display: none; }
    </style>
    <!--end of HIDE Navbar-->
    • Profile picture of the author Charles Harper
      Originally Posted by sanssecret View Post

      Why do I always feel like kicking myself when I'm reminded of the simple stuff?
      Thanks.
      Btw, if anyone doesn't 'know how to remove the 'blogger' bar at the top, add an HTML gadget and post in the code

      <!--HIDES Navbar -->
      <style type="text/css">
      div#navbar { display: none; }
      </style>
      <!--end of HIDE Navbar-->
      Do so at your own risk. That is against their TOS.

      CT
    • Profile picture of the author kyhell
      Originally Posted by sanssecret View Post

      Why do I always feel like kicking myself when I'm reminded of the simple stuff?
      Thanks.
      Btw, if anyone doesn't 'know how to remove the 'blogger' bar at the top, add an HTML gadget and post in the code

      <!--HIDES Navbar -->
      <style type="text/css">
      div#navbar { display: none; }
      </style>
      <!--end of HIDE Navbar-->
      I was just about to ask that questoin!!! thank you for this!
  • Profile picture of the author bizousoft
    This is an awesome idea! Thanks Zeus. Now if I can think of a way to learn how to make a link wheel..Will this blog empire do?
  • Profile picture of the author EvcRo
    As usual, the biggest obstacle is to much of thinking "how to make money" instead of doing something to make money.

    I applied the same principle and even today i profit from my 40+ sites that i built on the "1 site per day" method. And it doesn't have to be only blogs, this apply to anything. Let's face it, a *.info it's 1$ and 6$ per month unlimited domain hosting.
    • Profile picture of the author EntreP
      Originally Posted by EvcRo View Post

      As usual, the biggest obstacle is to much of thinking "how to make money" instead of doing something to make money.

      I applied the same principle and even today i profit from my 40+ sites that i built on the "1 site per day" method. And it doesn't have to be only blogs, this apply to anything. Let's face it, a *.info it's 1$ and 6$ per month unlimited domain hosting.
      Hello,

      I want to subscribe to your IM related site in your signature.
  • Profile picture of the author EntreP
    I think that Google Blogger would turn all the pages off and block your Adsense account.
    Someone here who disagree with this?
    • Profile picture of the author garyfromdurham
      Originally Posted by EntreP View Post

      I think that Google Blogger would turn all the pages off and block your Adsense account.
      Someone here who disagree with this?
      Why?

      The articles aren't being added to the site in one go, they are being drip fed over a period of time (over 3 weeks if spread out by one per day).

      Gary
  • Profile picture of the author Zeus66
    OK, just woke up and have some thoughts on some of the worries here...

    First, thank you Gary for carrying the water on this while I slept. LOL Second, it is legitimate to worry about how Google will respond to this. That's why you don't want to try to monetize it right away. Just set each blog up and drip feed content. Then go back later and work in some ways to monetize the traffic.

    Also, try using some of the free Blogger templates you can download at Blogger Templates Many of them remove the nav bar at the top (that includes the blog reporting link) without you having to change or add anything to the template. You can see an example of one of those templates in action on the sample blog I set up for this: Camera Bags And Cases

    That blog now has 25 PLR articles set to drip feed once every day or two for the next month or so. And I will not add any Adsense or affiliate links at all until at least 3 weeks go by. You need to let them age a bit and get more content on them first. The combination of using a custom template and not trying to make money right out of the gate tends to keep you flying under their radar.

    I do highly recommend that you change at least the titles of your PLR articles before adding them. It's even a good idea to change up the articles a bit, but that does take time when you're adding several articles to each blog. Just try to introduce a small amount of difference to each before you set them up to post.

    Also, consider setting up a new gmail account every few blogs. Just keep track of which blogs are assigned to each account and you won't present such an obvious footprint. Doesn't take more than a spreadsheet or even Notepad to keep track of it.

    Finally, you can do this same thing with cheap .info domains (about $1 each) and something like HostGator's Baby hosting, which is about $10/month for unlimited domains. I have about 100 domains on one $10/month acct with HostGator and have never had any problem of any kind. Easily one of the best values on the Web.

    As Gary reminded us all - this is about taking action NOW and not overthinking it all. I"m as guilty as the next person of falling prey to "analysis paralysis." You have to kick yourself into gear and just do it. If a few blogs get flagged or even removed, so what? Keep going and don't let one thing like that get in your way. Keep putting up new blogs with this drip feed system. Keep going back to add ways to make money from them after a few weeks. There is so much PLR out there you'll never run out. Trust me on that!

    John
    • Profile picture of the author fredjr1978
      Originally Posted by Zeus66 View Post

      OK, just woke up and have some thoughts on some of the worries here...

      First, thank you Gary for carrying the water on this while I slept. LOL Second, it is legitimate to worry about how Google will respond to this. That's why you don't want to try to monetize it right away. Just set each blog up and drip feed content. Then go back later and work in some ways to monetize the traffic.

      Also, try using some of the free Blogger templates you can download at Blogger Templates Many of them remove the nav bar at the top (that includes the blog reporting link) without you having to change or add anything to the template. You can see an example of one of those templates in action on the sample blog I set up for this: Camera Bags And Cases

      That blog now has 25 PLR articles set to drip feed once every day or two for the next month or so. And I will not add any Adsense or affiliate links at all until at least 3 weeks go by. You need to let them age a bit and get more content on them first. The combination of using a custom template and not trying to make money right out of the gate tends to keep you flying under their radar.

      I do highly recommend that you change at least the titles of your PLR articles before adding them. It's even a good idea to change up the articles a bit, but that does take time when you're adding several articles to each blog. Just try to introduce a small amount of difference to each before you set them up to post.

      Also, consider setting up a new gmail account every few blogs. Just keep track of which blogs are assigned to each account and you won't present such an obvious footprint. Doesn't take more than a spreadsheet or even Notepad to keep track of it.

      Finally, you can do this same thing with cheap .info domains (about $1 each) and something like HostGator's Baby hosting, which is about $10/month for unlimited domains. I have about 100 domains on one $10/month acct with HostGator and have never had any problem of any kind. Easily one of the best values on the Web.

      As Gary reminded us all - this is about taking action NOW and not overthinking it all. I"m as guilty as the next person of falling prey to "analysis paralysis." You have to kick yourself into gear and just do it. If a few blogs get flagged or even removed, so what? Keep going and don't let one thing like that get in your way. Keep putting up new blogs with this drip feed system. Keep going back to add ways to make money from them after a few weeks. There is so much PLR out there you'll never run out. Trust me on that!

      John
      Did you know this has been flagged?

      see link: 2010-03-29_2018
    • Profile picture of the author dberen
      Originally Posted by Zeus66 View Post


      Finally, you can do this same thing with cheap .info domains (about $1 each) and something like HostGator's Baby hosting, which is about $10/month for unlimited domains. I have about 100 domains on one $10/month acct with HostGator and have never had any problem of any kind. Easily one of the best values on the Web.

      John
      Blogger is good, but like you state, nothing beats having your own domain and hosting account, unless you get your web hosting for free...

      Not all free web hosts are the same. You can get just about everything that Hostgator offers using a free account that is perfect for implementing this plan: Full cPanel, no ads or banners, one-click wordpress installation, etc.

      So get a free account, install WordPress with a free theme, and you'll be on your way.

      The key (as everyone has stated before but it is worth repeating) is to TAKE ACTION! No more Excuses!
    • Profile picture of the author Wade Watson
      Originally Posted by Zeus66 View Post

      You can see an example of one of those templates in action on the sample blog I set up for this: Camera Bags And CasesJohn
      Woop! That site's been flagged.

      Originally Posted by Zeus66 View Post

      Finally, you can do this same thing with cheap .info domains (about $1 each) and something like HostGator's Baby hosting, which is about $10/month for unlimited domains. I have about 100 domains on one $10/month acct with HostGator and have never had any problem of any kind.
      John
      Why spend the dollar on a .info when you can do the same thing Blogger does: set up a subsite? At my host (Dreamhost), and I assume others, you can create as many subsites as you want on top of a domain for free. You just register, say, www.baldguyswithshades.com for $10 and you can quickly have cameralover.baldguyswithshades.com, bicyclerider.baldguyswithshades.com and so forth for free. You could get fancy and associate your subsites with the theme of the main domain name or pick very general domain name, as Blogger/Blogspot did.

      Wade
  • Profile picture of the author Zeus66
    Allison,

    No. I've had them flagged before, but not very often. It helps I think to use one of the alternate templates as I mentioned earlier. The idea is to show them that you're not just trying to make money right off the bat, so don't put up any ads right away. And then if you use a custom template that just happens to not include the nav bar at the top, well you didn't do anything overt to remove it. It just came that way. It's when you go in with the intention of altering the templates they provide in the standard set-up that I think this may raise a flag.

    John
    • Profile picture of the author Zeus66
      Originally Posted by Allison Plant View Post

      Thanks John. Would you please tell me how many blogs you would create per Gmail account and still feel fairly safe?
      One. Seriously, though, that's probably overkill. I think I would do no more than 4-5 blogs per gmail account.
  • Profile picture of the author Marakatapolis
    Does it matter that all of your gmail emails are verified by the same phone number? I have about 10 gmail addys but I verified all of them with my cell phone!
    • Profile picture of the author Zeus66
      Originally Posted by Marakatapolis View Post

      Does it matter that all of your gmail emails are verified by the same phone number? I have about 10 gmail addys but I verified all of them with my cell phone!
      I don't know if that's not good or not, but obviously it ties all the accts to you. It's a footprint. You might try clearing your cookies, shutting down your browser, and then opening it back up before you register each gmail account. I don't believe they do phone verification every time. So you might try backing out before completing a new acct set-up and starting over. I believe I read somewhere that can work.
    • Profile picture of the author Troy_Phillips
      Wow ... I have never had to verify a gmail account by phone . Yes I do have more than one


      Originally Posted by Marakatapolis View Post

      Does it matter that all of your gmail emails are verified by the same phone number? I have about 10 gmail addys but I verified all of them with my cell phone!
    • Profile picture of the author bgmacaw
      Originally Posted by Marakatapolis View Post

      Does it matter that all of your gmail emails are verified by the same phone number? I have about 10 gmail addys but I verified all of them with my cell phone!
      Remember that there are other places to get free email accounts other than Google. Or you can use multiple domain emails if you own a domain.
  • Profile picture of the author Marakatapolis
    In theory, Amazon associates program should be fine, they did just announce a partnership.

    Again, in theory. Google seems to be skitzo sometimes.

    Zeus, I'm pretty sure every Gmail account requires text message verification. Would be interesting if there is some sort of virtual text message phone numbers for ultra cheap?? Something.
    • Profile picture of the author Nigel Greaves
      Originally Posted by Marakatapolis View Post

      Zeus, I'm pretty sure every Gmail account requires text message verification.
      I've just created two new accounts in the last few hours and neither of them required any verification.

      As John (Zeus) suggested above, if they do ask for verification it's random so just back out, clear your cache and try again.

      Nigel
  • Profile picture of the author DoeMan
    The drip feed is gold. I should've known about this a long time ago.
    • Profile picture of the author Marakatapolis
      I use drip feeding on all my Wordpress based websites. Really its just post-dating, which makes sense.

      Newspapers do it.

      I also mix in 2-3 short "normal" blog posts between each PLR article (I rewrite mine, takes 5-10 minutes using method from Zeus) and I think this gives the site more content and it looks more "legit" to humans. Doesn't take much extra time. Have one piece of content drop per week or so, and you could very quickly post-date an entire years worth in very little time.
    • Profile picture of the author RixReyus
      Originally Posted by DoeMan View Post

      The drip feed is gold. I should've known about this a long time ago.
      I knooooow!!!!

      Thank you Zeus66! Truly worthy of the name Zeus.
  • Profile picture of the author Jhf14
    Thanks for the video... unfortunately getting a high ranking for this method would be pretty difficult, but lets say that you get 1 click per day (pretty generous in my opinion).

    For MOST topics, this will give you 5 to 15 cents (especially given that this is PLR).

    So, our income per month becomes $3.00/mo given the assumption of 10 cents per click per day for 30 days. Let's say we wanted more money than $3 (which most probably do)...

    To make $1000 extra a month, then you'd have to make roughly 333 blogs... which, given the assumption of 1/2 hour per blog, you can create 2 blogs per hour.

    so... 333 divided by 2 blogs per hour = ~167hrs to create all your blogs...divided by 40 (for a 40hr work week) is about one month to create all your blogs ... ONLY if you are working full time on creating them.

    $1000/167hrs means you are getting paid about $6/hr (below minimum wage). So while you are right you will make money by doing this method, I personally think my time is more valuable. Plus, you have to consider that after all X number of blog posts are done posting, traffic will likely decrease (and chances are your blogs will only get a few visitors anyway). Means more blog posts are needed to maintain relevance and to get in front of more people.

    My numbers of course are influenced by my assumptions, which are purposely realistic (or maybe a bit inflated)... now could there be exceptions to this? Yes, maybe. and of course I am assuming that clickbank isnt being used...

    regardless of all my rhetoric, you're right in concluding that money can be made with this method.



    SETUP = 30 minutes
    INCOME = 10 cents (assuming you get clicks from day one... which wont happen)
    • Profile picture of the author Dennis Gaskill
      Originally Posted by Bill Farnham View Post

      John,

      I can relate to this...that's how I ended up with Killer Joe. I needed a handle back then and I was listening to a Benny Golson jazz standard "Killer Joe" (I love that song ) and the rest has been history since the mid '90s.

      Luckily, I recently learned how to spell my own name so I'm trying that out.

      ~Bill
      That's pretty much how I came up with "Boogie Jack" 13 years ago. I donated some graphics to a public domain graphics web site and they wanted to know who to credit the content to. This was when I first came online and didn't have my own website and no plans to build one. I was listening to a blues song and one of the lines was something like, "you can sure boogie, Jack." I picked that for the name to credit the images to.

      Later I was contacted by Ziff-Davis (ZDNet now) about including the graphics on a CD book insert. Then they were used in some computer games. By the time I got around to building a website "Boogie Jack" was known and I wasn't, so I opted to get a running start and use the alias.

      Originally Posted by Jhf14 View Post


      To make $1000 extra a month, then you'd have to make roughly 333 blogs... which, given the assumption of 1/2 hour per blog, you can create 2 blogs per hour.

      so... 333 divided by 2 blogs per hour = ~167hrs to create all your blogs...divided by 40 (for a 40hr work week) is about one month to create all your blogs ... ONLY if you are working full time on creating them.

      $1000/167hrs means you are getting paid about $6/hr (below minimum wage).
      ...but you can earn from those blogs month after month, so each month the hourly wage goes up. That's why I like creating information products. Each sale raises the value of the time that I spent in creating it.

      Also, if you choose your niches well, you can make more per click than the amount you used in your example.
  • Profile picture of the author Zeus66
    Yeah, I made a point of saying that this wasn't going to make anyone rich. This can easily pay a monthly bill or a car payment, though. And that's all a lot of folks who work a job are looking to do, especially in this poor economy. So no, don't look at this as a way to quit your job. But yes, it can be done 100% free (other than your time) and it can build up nicely over time if you keep at it. There are plenty of holes that can be poked through the model, but my whole reason for posting this was to give people something viable to make their first few dollars without any experience or money to invest.
    • Profile picture of the author werna klue
      Originally Posted by Zeus66 View Post

      Yeah, I made a point of saying that this wasn't going to make anyone rich. This can easily pay a monthly bill or a car payment, though. And that's all a lot of folks who work a job are looking to do, especially in this poor economy. So no, don't look at this as a way to quit your job. But yes, it can be done 100% free (other than your time) and it can build up nicely over time if you keep at it. There are plenty of holes that can be poked through the model, but my whole reason for posting this was to give people something viable to make their first few dollars without any experience or money to invest.
      Thank you Zeus!! This is something I will definitely have to try out. I like the idea that this can be done 100% FREE.
      Earning dollors in South Africa or even the UAE (where I am now) is always good, so even a few $100 per month is well worth any effort

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