How much is this realistically worth?

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I wrote a few months ago what could maybe
be considered articles on my personal
adventures while trout fishing.

It's more of one long drawn out paragraph
that could be broken down into maybe 100
or so articles. It's mostly very short tips
that are explained by situations that occured
while I was fishing. Some of it is little
stories of things that happened too.

I would like to know what are peoples opinions
on what it might be worth based off your own
experiences selling information like that in
different forms like as articles or maybe an ebook.

#internet marketing #realistically #worth
  • Profile picture of the author Leigh Burke
    If it is about 100 pages, you could probably sell it for between 7 and 17 dollars.

    Alternatively, you could use the articles to drive traffic to a review site with links to affiliate programs.

    I haven't had much experience in the fishing niche, but I would imagine there is a lot of money to be made there - especially with related products like fishing gear, where to fish etc.
    • Profile picture of the author Matthew Moyer
      I don't really have alot of time to try and sell it.

      So putting it on a site with affiliate links and
      trying to get traffic isn't something I think I can

      Besides selling it for a few dollars how much total
      do you think it could be sold for. Just a few dollars?
      Or maybe a few hundred?

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