I've written eBooks and sold them on amazon, smashwords, and from my own website.
I've done reviews, and posted affiliate links.
I've created a "course" and charged $47 for it...and I sold copies of it (at this point only 2 copies in total, but it's better then none).
I've received donations on my websites.
I've made YouTube videos and posted affiliate links in the description.
All of these things have resulted in me getting paid, but I've never actually made any significant income from any one specific thing.
I have to say that my most recent website project has been my most lucrative endeavor yet. The first month that it was monetized, I made $20. The second month it made $120. This month, which is the 3rd month that it has been monetized, I have made $20 so far.
My question is...
Do you think that it would be a better use of my time to put all of my effort into this current project and try to get it to a point in which I am earning $3000/month (that is my ultimate goal), or should I focus on just "being everywhere" making a few dollars here and there until it adds up to a total of $3000/month?
Either way it would be difficult, and I'm not even 100% sure that I'd be successful either way, but I'll keep trying regardless. Just looking for some opinions from people that have succeeded in reaching the $3000/month goal.