How much money can i make in first few months of my blog/website ?

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I'm going to start a blog on content marketing and how to make money blogging. Assuming that I get 50,000 page views in first 3 months and I have opt-ins to collect e-mail addresses and all the usual stuff like social media sharing properly set up, how much can i make approximately. I just wanted to know if someone has experienced this or maybe you could give me an estimate. I'm ready to work really hard on my blog. Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tomas Lodén
    How long is a rope?
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    • Profile picture of the author saubhagya
      Originally Posted by Tomas Lodén View Post

      How long is a rope?
      I didn't get you man. Can you please elaborate your point ?
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      • Profile picture of the author onSubie
        Originally Posted by saubhagya View Post

        Yes. Is the idea that bad ?
        Well your original post indicates you know nothing about blogging or traffic or monetizing traffic. So you don't seem to know much about making money online yet that is the market you want to enter.

        It will be hard for you to make money in this niche because your visitors will be able to tell you don't know what you are talking about. I guess the content will be pretty generic with not much insight.

        Originally Posted by saubhagya View Post

        I didn't get you man. Can you please elaborate your point ?
        You are asking a question without an answer.

        Nobody can say how much money you will make. Right now my guess is very little because you want to enter an extremely competitive market with many established experts and you don't even know how to start yourself.

        What is the answer to "How long is a piece of string?"
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        • Profile picture of the author saubhagya
          Originally Posted by onSubie View Post

          Well your original post indicates you know nothing about blogging or traffic or monetizing traffic. So you don't seem to know much about making money online yet that is the market you want to enter.

          It will be hard for you to make money in this niche because your visitors will be able to tell you don't know what you are talking about. I guess the content will be pretty generic with not much insight.



          You are asking a question without an answer.

          Nobody can say how much money you will make. Right now my guess is very little because you want to enter an extremely competitive market with many established experts and you don't even know how to start yourself.

          What is the answer to "How long is a piece of string?"
          Got your point man. I need to pick a less competitive niche, learn how to make money and then tell people about it. Thanks man.
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          • Profile picture of the author discrat
            Originally Posted by saubhagya View Post

            Got your point man. I need to pick a less competitive niche, learn how to make money and then tell people about it. Thanks man.
            Yes, I would definitely get your feet wet in a non-mmo niche. Entering the mmo niche as your first niche is like the blind leading the blind.

            Build up some credibility with something outside MMO and then when you achieve some Success you can show others the steps it took to get there !


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    • Profile picture of the author 1Bryan
      Originally Posted by Tomas Lodén View Post

      How long is a rope?
      3 feet. No, no, no. Wait. 4 feet. Hmm. Maybe 5 feet? Okay. I got it. 10 feet?

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      • Profile picture of the author saubhagya
        Originally Posted by 1Bryan View Post

        3 feet. No, no, no. Wait. 4 feet. Hmm. Maybe 5 feet? Okay. I got it. 10 feet?

        Exactly man. I'll have to figure out how well I can monetise my traffic and then only One can tell how much I can earn. And as you said, there are so many parameters that making a guess is not even senisble. Thanks man.
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    • Profile picture of the author Shana Walters
      Originally Posted by Tomas Lodén View Post

      How long is a rope?
      I just can't resist.

      How much sand does a beach have?
      I have no freaking clue.
      And there is one beach for every day of the year here.

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      • Profile picture of the author greenowl123
        Originally Posted by Shana Walters View Post

        I just can't resist.

        How much sand does a beach have?
        I have no freaking clue.
        And there is one beach for every day of the year here.

        Best Regards,
        Shana Jahsinta Walters.
        I can`t resist either !

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        • Profile picture of the author Shana Walters
          Originally Posted by greenowl123 View Post

          I can`t resist either !

          When asked how long his legs were, Abraham Lincoln replied : "Long enough for my feet to reach the ground."
          You got me cracking up and clapping for that greenowl123.

          Best Regards,
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  • Profile picture of the author PaulSch
    Originally Posted by saubhagya View Post

    I'm going to start a blog on content marketing and how to make money blogging. Assuming that I get 50,000 page views in first 3 months and I have opt-ins to collect e-mail addresses and all the usual stuff like social media sharing properly set up, how much can i make approximately. I just wanted to know if someone has experienced this or maybe you could give me an estimate. I'm ready to work really hard on my blog. Thanks.
    And you are going to be telling people how to make money ................. I can't even be bothered to find the facepalm image.
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    • Profile picture of the author saubhagya
      Yes. Is the idea that bad ?
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  • Profile picture of the author megalinktraffic
    'rope' yes have you heard of rope made up of sand....

    ok otherway round .. you do what you said above and come
    back here after you get 1000 page views and show
    stats for us to give you the detailed answer!!
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    • Profile picture of the author saubhagya
      Originally Posted by megalinktraffic View Post

      'rope' yes have you heard of rope made up of sand....

      ok otherway round .. you do what you said above and come
      back here after you get 1000 page views and show
      stats for us to give you the detailed answer!!
      Sure. This was my first thread ( although a bit dumb) but I realised how helpful the people here are. Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author ceenote100
    I don't think anyone here can tell you how much money you can make approximately. The only thing I can tell you is to write fresh content everyday so you can get traffic to your blog.
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    • Profile picture of the author saubhagya
      Originally Posted by ceenote100 View Post

      I don't think anyone here can tell you how much money you can make approximately. The only thing I can tell you is to write fresh content everyday so you can get traffic to your blog.
      Yeah, that's gonna play a major part in getting consistent traffic. Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    Originally Posted by saubhagya View Post

    I'm going to start a blog on content marketing and how to make money blogging... how much can i make approximately...
    Probably close to $0. Why are you starting a blog about making money blogging... if you don't know how to make money blogging?

    In the internet marketing course that you obviously learned from, didn't they tell you to go into a small and easy "niche market"? Do you think "how to make money" is a small niche market? Do you know what they meant by "niche marketing"?
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    • Profile picture of the author saubhagya
      Originally Posted by Randall Magwood View Post

      Probably close to $0. Why are you starting a blog about making money blogging... if you don't know how to make money blogging?

      In the internet marketing course that you obviously learned from, didn't they tell you to go into a small and easy "niche market"? Do you think "how to make money" is a small niche market? Do you know what they meant by "niche marketing"?
      Absolutely right man. I just looked at the income figures of people in this niche and got inspired to start my own but I didn't even realise how tough it's gonna be getting eyeballs to read my blog. So now plan change. I'm gonna try to find a less competitive niche and learn about it so that my blog can be one of the top info providers in that niche. Any tips on how to find that ? . Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author s1blk
    That's right. Try not to think how much money you're gonna get out of this. At least not at this point. Instead pick a niche you actually know something about and write unique content.
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  • Profile picture of the author chyan007
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    Originally Posted by saubhagya View Post

    I'm going to start a blog on content marketing and how to make money blogging. Assuming that I get 50,000 page views in first 3 months and I have opt-ins to collect e-mail addresses and all the usual stuff like social media sharing properly set up, how much can i make approximately. I just wanted to know if someone has experienced this or maybe you could give me an estimate. I'm ready to work really hard on my blog. Thanks.
    It all depends ,You could even end up with a big 0 having said that its not to discourage you,No one knows what you will be offering ,will there be any demand for it ...It all depends on the traffic quality and the product that you have..

    Since no one knows anything about that,it will be pretty difficult to say or predict

    Hope it goes well for you

    Chyan007
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  • Profile picture of the author kursat
    It will take a very long time to rank a "money making" blog to rank. Those keywords takes a lot of SEO work and good content. You might want to look into finding long tail keywords and be more specific in your niche market. May be teach a skill from your blog or offer some photoshop tutorials, do you see my point?
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    • Profile picture of the author saubhagya
      Originally Posted by kursat View Post

      It will take a very long time to rank a "money making" blog to rank. Those keywords takes a lot of SEO work and good content. You might want to look into finding long tail keywords and be more specific in your niche market. May be teach a skill from your blog or offer some photoshop tutorials, do you see my point?
      Yup. I got what you're saying. So, my research now is not gonna be on how much I can make but on finding that perfect niche for me where the competition is less so that I am able to build a following and some credibility. Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author SmartTim
    Originally Posted by saubhagya View Post

    I'm going to start a blog on content marketing and how to make money blogging. Assuming that I get 50,000 page views in first 3 months and I have opt-ins to collect e-mail addresses and all the usual stuff like social media sharing properly set up, how much can i make approximately. I just wanted to know if someone has experienced this or maybe you could give me an estimate. I'm ready to work really hard on my blog. Thanks.
    That's a lot of traffic. Honestly speaking, I spent more than 1 year to get that kind of page views. From my experience, in average for every 1000 visitors you should earn $20. Do the maths. You did a good job, but there is still a long way to go. My websites is gaining 3000000+ visitors per month. At that point, you can monetize any ways you want. Once you got millions of traffic to your websites, it is easy to make money, very easy.
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  • Profile picture of the author Shana Walters
    Originally Posted by saubhagya View Post

    I'm going to start a blog on content marketing and how to make money blogging. Assuming that I get 50,000 page views in first 3 months and I have opt-ins to collect e-mail addresses and all the usual stuff like social media sharing properly set up, how much can i make approximately. I just wanted to know if someone has experienced this or maybe you could give me an estimate. I'm ready to work really hard on my blog. Thanks.
    All jokes aside.

    Here is an example I just made up for you saubhagya.
    Let's say you have a good old buddy that was very small in the man region.
    One day, accidently, you discovered that he is now swinging around a 10 foot (inch) pole.
    Being curious and jealous you just had to ask, "What on earth happened?"
    He boastfully recants his story to you about how he did nothing but troll the internet day and night looking for a solution.
    And through, blood, sweat, tears and injury he was able to create a system of his own by combining many different things together.
    And just like magic he began to grow.
    By keeping up his vigorous exercises, he gained length beyond his imagination.
    So now he is hitting double digits.
    The ladies have never been more happier with him.
    You get down on your knees and beg him to reveal his secret to you.
    Since you two have been friends as far back as the sandbox days, he tells you what to do and how to do it effectively.
    You record every single step in a journal so you don't miss a single step in the process.
    You get right to work.
    And voila, one year later, you are a new man.
    Now you are swinging an extra foot (inch) over your best friend.
    But he ain't mad at you.
    However the story doesn't end there for you.
    You are certain that there are thousands, maybe even millions of men out there that want the solution to this problem.
    A real solution like the one your friend created.
    A real solution that will work.
    A real solution that give results and not fake promises.
    You recorded your results every step of the way and you are going to share this with the world.
    You created a $29.95 e-book and put it up on Clickbank for sale.
    In just 14 short days, it brings you back a profit of $10, 000.
    And it keeps on selling like hot cakes.

    You however still feel that burning desire to pursue the Make Money Online niche.
    And right now you can.
    You jump head first into this and show internet marketing beginners how you got your start and pulled in $10, 000 in 14 days.
    You create a blog and give away free information to draw potential buyers to your course.

    I hope my little example helps.
    Who says I can't write good fiction?

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    Shana Jahsinta Walters.
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    • Profile picture of the author positivenegative
      Originally Posted by Shana Walters View Post

      I hope my little example helps.
      Who says I can’t write good fiction?
      No, your little example didn't help at all. And trying to convince yourself that you possess even the slightest shred of writing talent is, quite frankly, laughable.

      Grotesquely oversized text in DayGlo colours is usually associated with kindergarten school, so is that how you view the WF? Furthermore, do you really believe a serious IM forum could retain it's credibility if everyone used the same ridiculous combination of nonsense and childishness in posting as you exhibit?
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    • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
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      Originally Posted by Shana Walters View Post

      All jokes aside.

      Best Regards,
      Shana Jahsinta Walters.
      Would you please be so kind as to follow some netiquette rules and post in black standard font. Your posts are obnoxious and do nothing to endear you to the WF. This ain't myspace and it's pretty juvenile. Stop ... please.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jill Carpenter
      Originally Posted by Shana Walters View Post

      ]I hope my little example helps.
      Who says I can't write good fiction?

      Best Regards,
      Shana Jahsinta Walters.
      Sorry to side swipe this thread.

      Shana, I honestly don't know how or what you write really because I can't even read it.

      My eyes see a giant wall of glare.

      Maybe you need to see pink for some personal reason. I'm not here to deny you that. I will offer the suggestion of you getting some pink tinted glasses for your own personal use.

      I'll add, it is hard to even take a portion of what you've written with all the color/size/font specifications.
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      • Profile picture of the author Shana Walters
        Originally Posted by positivenegative View Post

        No, your little example didn't help at all. And trying to convince yourself that you possess even the slightest shred of writing talent is, quite frankly, laughable.

        Grotesquely oversized text in DayGlo colours is usually associated with kindergarten school, so is that how you view the WF? Furthermore, do you really believe a serious IM forum could retain it's credibility if everyone used the same ridiculous combination of nonsense and childishness in posting as you exhibit?
        Originally Posted by sbucciarel View Post

        Would you please be so kind as to follow some netiquette rules and post in black standard font. Your posts are obnoxious and do nothing to endear you to the WF. This ain't myspace and it's pretty juvenile. Stop ... please.
        Originally Posted by Jill Carpenter View Post

        Sorry to side swipe this thread.

        Shana, I honestly don't know how or what you write really because I can't even read it.

        My eyes see a giant wall of glare.

        Maybe you need to see pink for some personal reason. I'm not here to deny you that. I will offer the suggestion of you getting some pink tinted glasses for your own personal use.

        I'll add, it is hard to even take a portion of what you've written with all the color/size/font specifications.
        Okay it seems that a few of you here have a problem with me posting my comments in pink and I can stop if it is hard for some people to read. I get that.

        positivenegative just because you do not appreciate my writing talent certainly does not mean that I posses none. And then to have the nerve to call it laughable is offensive. Do not say things to others you do not want them to say back to you. I do not in anyway view the Warrior Forum as kindergarten school. Never have and never will. You simply refuse to take my words seriously just because of the color pink. If you have a problem with the color pink because of the way you associate it in your mind, do not take it out on me. Other members made childish comments long before I did and what do you know, you said nothing to them about their ridiculousness.

        sbucciarel I have read many of your posts and have develop a level of respect for what you have to say. However this time I will disagree with you. I am not an obnoxious person. To this day I have not once fought here with anyone at the Warrior Forum. Causing fights is just not my thing. I am not looking to be endeared to the Warrior Forum, as you so rightly put it. I simply presented a lighthearted and fun example to the question that was asked. I am not acting juvenile at all. If you felt the example was outrageous, which it really is, I do not disagree with you on that point. However calling me names is certainly no better than what I have done.

        Jill Carpenter I won't post anymore in pink, that way no one has to suffer from eye strain.

        Best Regards,
        Shana Jahsinta Walters.
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  • Profile picture of the author Luke Dennison
    It depends on they type of website.

    A blog won't make much money (unless you do a great launch and have lots of content pre-written) but a website selling a product could make you upwards of $50,000 in your first day!

    If you want "non smart alec" replies to your question you should be giving away more information for us to work on buddy!
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    Originally Posted by saubhagya View Post

    How much money can i make in first few months of my blog/website ?
    Originally Posted by saubhagya View Post

    I'm going to start a blog on content marketing and how to make money blogging.

    Hilarious tomfoolery...
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  • Profile picture of the author FreedomBlogger
    The answer to that question will depend on a lot of things.

    No one would be able to give you a good answer - because it all depends on how you monetize that traffic and also how targeted your traffic is. You can make from a few bucks to a few hundreds, to a few thousand. There is just not one specific answer!

    What are you going to sell? ..
    And how much profit are you going to make per sale?

    The numbers here will vary - a lot.

    So, you see, the answer to your question is just not there man! lol

    There are many factors to consider here - and each factor will make a big difference in the outcomes. For an instance, how targeted is your traffic going to be? ... what are your Conversion Numbers going to look like? ... and things like that.

    What you should do, instead, is just go for it! ... and find out for yourself!
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  • Profile picture of the author Action Man
    60 Trillion Dollars?..

    You are asking a question, nobody can answer but yourself - how determined are you to succeed, what is your marketing plan, what is your niche - have you written down your goals and a plan to achieve them?

    You can succeed, but you are the master -- see this forum about how other did it, you will be amazed at the wealth of information friend.

    every prosperity too you!

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  • Profile picture of the author airallineed
    It depends on the topic your visitors, your traffic source and a lot of other factors...
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  • Profile picture of the author Big Al
    Happiness = Reality minus Expectation

    It's crazy expectations that mess us up. Have zero expectation about page views, sales etc etc... just do the work.

    You could make a blog about Making Money Online, just make it one about your journey towards making money online... to share your experiences, the ups and downs... and perhaps recommend tools and services that help you along the way.

    Just don't teach people how to make $200K in 7 days.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tanvirul
    First of all you should chose a unique a popular idea for blogging and then create a good looking website.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    Originally Posted by saubhagya View Post

    I'm going to start a blog on content marketing and how to make money blogging. Assuming that I get 50,000 page views in first 3 months and I have opt-ins to collect e-mail addresses and all the usual stuff like social media sharing properly set up, how much can i make approximately. I just wanted to know if someone has experienced this or maybe you could give me an estimate. I'm ready to work really hard on my blog. Thanks.
    Honestly, when I start a site, I'm more concerned with loading it up with content and growing the user base. The monetization comes later.
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  • Profile picture of the author tyronne78
    You're sort of in a conundrum since you want to dive into the MMO niche but have never made any money online. Play to your strengths and write about a topic you have some experience in.
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  • Profile picture of the author strawhat
    That's a very high amount of page views to assume for the first 3 months. Google now usually makes sites wait a good 4-6 months before ranking them. You'd have to do a huge social media initiative. And there are zillions of sites in that niche already.
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  • Profile picture of the author counter2015
    Hmm a money making blog and you don't know how much you can make from it? First thing first do you know how can you make money from it? Spend more time on this forum, there are lot of topics related to monetization.
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  • Profile picture of the author lc2316
    Originally Posted by saubhagya View Post

    I'm going to start a blog on content marketing and how to make money blogging. Assuming that I get 50,000 page views in first 3 months and I have opt-ins to collect e-mail addresses and all the usual stuff like social media sharing properly set up, how much can i make approximately. I just wanted to know if someone has experienced this or maybe you could give me an estimate. I'm ready to work really hard on my blog. Thanks.
    You've had some really good responses here. The best one I have seen is the one suggesting that you "drill deeper" in your niche. That means that your expected blog is too broad to monetize successfully. Narrow down your selection.

    As an example, my son wanted to make money as an affiliate. He felt that offering something for the home-bound cook would be good. WOW! He ran into a ton of competition there. I suggested he "drill deeper" and he decided to work for people who had food allergies. "Great Job!", I commended, but repeated my suggestion . . . "drill deeper".

    When he finally chose to focus on people who were allergic to wheat (gluten) he found that he could blog to that specific market, got people who would opt-in to his blog to find out things HE had run into and ways he had avoided the pitfalls of going out to eat with friends when they weren't aware of his allergies and the foods he COULDN'T eat.

    After getting people to subscribe to his blog and provide them with the type of content you suggested in your question - quality content - he found that his subscriber list was becoming filled with people who would spend their money on products he was selling.

    Many of those products were affiliate products that HE didn't even produce, but acted as a "broker", so to speak to get the right cookbooks and ideas in the hands of the people who wanted it. They started paying him for his advice and suggestions after they built trust in what he was saying.

    IN ANSWER TO YOUR QUESTION - It will take as long as it takes for you to build trust in your subscribers. How much can you make depends on the things that you expect to offer (sell) and if you are going to be producing some of these items yourself as opposed to being an affiliate for another person's service or product.

    Your question implied your need for some serious answers. PM me if you would like a more specific suggestion on how to delve into niche research.

    Hope this helps.
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    • Profile picture of the author saubhagya
      Originally Posted by lc2316 View Post

      You've had some really good responses here. The best one I have seen is the one suggesting that you "drill deeper" in your niche. That means that your expected blog is too broad to monetize successfully. Narrow down your selection.

      As an example, my son wanted to make money as an affiliate. He felt that offering something for the home-bound cook would be good. WOW! He ran into a ton of competition there. I suggested he "drill deeper" and he decided to work for people who had food allergies. "Great Job!", I commended, but repeated my suggestion . . . "drill deeper".

      When he finally chose to focus on people who were allergic to wheat (gluten) he found that he could blog to that specific market, got people who would opt-in to his blog to find out things HE had run into and ways he had avoided the pitfalls of going out to eat with friends when they weren't aware of his allergies and the foods he COULDN'T eat.

      After getting people to subscribe to his blog and provide them with the type of content you suggested in your question - quality content - he found that his subscriber list was becoming filled with people who would spend their money on products he was selling.

      Many of those products were affiliate products that HE didn't even produce, but acted as a "broker", so to speak to get the right cookbooks and ideas in the hands of the people who wanted it. They started paying him for his advice and suggestions after they built trust in what he was saying.

      IN ANSWER TO YOUR QUESTION - It will take as long as it takes for you to build trust in your subscribers. How much can you make depends on the things that you expect to offer (sell) and if you are going to be producing some of these items yourself as opposed to being an affiliate for another person's service or product.

      Your question implied your need for some serious answers. PM me if you would like a more specific suggestion on how to delve into niche research.

      Hope this helps.
      Thank you so much .. I just got the point. I need to find those long tail keywords people search about which are not covered well by other people. Then do a lot of SEO work and get on top of the google results page for that keywords. For example, I write about How to make money from a Technology blog. Go even deeper and write about How to make money from a technology blog with smartphone reviews. This was some awesome piece of advice . I really appreciate it. Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author megalinktraffic
    So now plan change. I'm gonna try to find a less competitive niche and learn about it so that my blog can be one of the top info providers in that niche. Any tips on how to find that ? . Thanks.
    Hi Saubhagya,
    please note here all Warriors are Very Good People... even every comment or reply to this thread is a learning process for you to find your answer for your question...get along and eventually be here and learn from all directions and i am sure one day within 6 to 8 months time you will be in a much better position to share your success story here and helping newbies like you to findtheir answers too..
    You need to chek this out..
    http://www.warriorforum.com/warrior-...m-eastern.html
    and also if possible join war room as soon as possible.. you can get good tips
    and resources for you to excel in your endeavours...
    rueben
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    • Profile picture of the author saubhagya
      Originally Posted by megalinktraffic View Post

      Hi Saubhagya,
      please note here all Warriors are Very Good People... even every comment or reply to this thread is a learning process for you to find your answer for your question...get along and eventually be here and learn from all directions and i am sure one day within 6 to 8 months time you will be in a much better position to share your success story here and helping newbies like you to findtheir answers too..
      You need to chek this out..
      http://www.warriorforum.com/warrior-...m-eastern.html
      and also if possible join war room as soon as possible.. you can get good tips
      and resources for you to excel in your endeavours...
      rueben
      Yeah. I was ready for that because I was looking for an honest answer. I didn't wanna waste time working in a niche where there is less scope of a newbie making it big. And i'll surely share my story, whether its success or failure. At least somebody like me would learn from it.And i'll join the war room asap. Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author agmccall
    The answer is really simple

    Maybe None
    Maybe a little
    Maybe a medium amount
    Maybe a lot

    Remember these figures are relative to the individual

    al
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    The Flu? Not worthy of a mention here???
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