Make $100 Per Day With 100 Free Blogs - Your Experience?

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I've heard about this strategy all over the place. Does it work? What's your experience with it?

Example: Make 100 blogs that each make $1 per day = $100 per day
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  • Profile picture of the author Hamida Harland
    Free blogs are a waste of time - blogger tend to delete blogs randomly, and wordpress don't allow affiliate links. You'd be much better off creating 10 hosted blogs that make $10 a day each.
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    • Profile picture of the author Rick67
      Originally Posted by Hamida Pall View Post

      Free blogs are a waste of time - blogger tend to delete blogs randomly, and wordpress don't allow affiliate links. You'd be much better off creating 10 hosted blogs that make $10 a day each.
      Regarding Wordpress not allowing affiliate links, I assume you are talking about blogs hosted by Wordpress. If you host your own Wordpress blog somewhere else, then you can put in affiliate links. :confused:
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      • Profile picture of the author Glenn Leader
        Originally Posted by Rick67 View Post

        Regarding Wordpress not allowing affiliate links, I assume you are talking about blogs hosted by Wordpress. If you host your own Wordpress blog somewhere else, then you can put in affiliate links. :confused:
        Yes, and with the right plugins.. like Alink, links on keywords
        can be inserted in text automatically.

        HTH

        Glenn
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      • Profile picture of the author Hamida Harland
        Originally Posted by Rick67 View Post

        Regarding Wordpress not allowing affiliate links, I assume you are talking about blogs hosted by Wordpress. If you host your own Wordpress blog somewhere else, then you can put in affiliate links. :confused:
        Yes of course (the op was talking about free blogs) - I did mention in the 2nd part of my post that hosted wordpress was the way to go.

        If you're already making $200 per day with article marketing then I don't understand why you would want to have to look after 100 sites for another $100 a day?

        I use article marketing to promote my niche blogs (hosted wordpress) and my worst ones earn about $3 a day - my best $100+ a day. It would be an awful waste of content (in my humble opinion) to put it on free sites that technically aren't owned by you. If you created that many blogs and hosted them yourself just think the value of the VRE you would own - $100,000+
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        • Profile picture of the author Dixiebelle
          I can't imagine having to maintain 100 blogs. I stay busy just trying to keep up with 5. Besides, it sounds like just more useless garbage to clog up the search engines.

          It's no wonder the Google powers that be, don't get p**sed off enough to make changes, more often than they do.

          Dixie
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        • Profile picture of the author Michael Dominic
          Originally Posted by Hamida Pall View Post

          Yes of course (the op was talking about free blogs) - I did mention in the 2nd part of my post that hosted wordpress was the way to go.

          If you're already making $200 per day with article marketing then I don't understand why you would want to have to look after 100 sites for another $100 a day?
          I'm in many different areas of online and offline marketing, most of them low maintenance. I figured I'd try to add a new revenue source, but it doesn't seem like it's worth the time. Just wanted to get other people's experiences and opinions.

          The key is to diversify.
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          • Profile picture of the author anomaly
            i think you will always be better off focussing on a smaller number of quality blogs than a large number of subpar ones ... if you can start getting return readers, word of mouth will spread ... and it will be a lot less work than 100 blogs ...

            work smarter, not harder
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            • Profile picture of the author Michael Dominic
              Originally Posted by anomaly View Post

              i think you will always be better off focussing on a smaller number of quality blogs than a large number of subpar ones ... if you can start getting return readers, word of mouth will spread ... and it will be a lot less work than 100 blogs ...

              work smarter, not harder
              Quality over quantity!
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    • Profile picture of the author Michael Dominic
      Originally Posted by L.B View Post

      been around since old google adsense scraper sites if 1 makes you a dollar a day make a thousand of them

      to be honest its going to be hard maintaining 100 blogs
      What if you just setup each blog with pre-entered articles to be auto-posted a few months in advance?
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      • Profile picture of the author Glenn Leader
        Originally Posted by Michael Dominic View Post

        What if you just setup each blog with pre-entered articles to be auto-posted a few months in advance?
        There are several automated posting systems on the market.
        Many of them don't produce any real content, while most others
        that do produce real content either post 'stale' articles, or take
        a lot of setting up.

        HTH

        Glenn
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        • Profile picture of the author Michael Dominic
          Originally Posted by Glenn Leader View Post

          There are several automated posting systems on the market.
          Many of them don't produce any real content, while most others
          that do produce real content either post 'stale' articles, or take
          a lot of setting up.

          HTH

          Glenn
          I meant setting up unique articles (on each blog) to be auto-posted on a given date. Just set it, post once or twice a week perhaps, and forget about it.
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          • Profile picture of the author Glenn Leader
            Originally Posted by Michael Dominic View Post

            I meant setting up unique articles (on each blog) to be auto-posted on a given date. Just set it, post once or twice a week perhaps, and forget about it.
            That was my point, they take a lot of setting up.
            Glenn
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          • Profile picture of the author Wakunahum
            Originally Posted by Michael Dominic View Post

            I meant setting up unique articles (on each blog) to be auto-posted on a given date. Just set it, post once or twice a week perhaps, and forget about it.
            If you have 100 blogs with an article or two a week for each, it would seem to make more sense to get your own websites for your 100-200 pages of content per week instead of using free blogs.

            I've done the free blog thing to an extent. After seeing them randomly go away, I decided that it's not a good business to rely on them. $6 or so for a domain makes more sense especially if they will make the money back in a matter of a week.
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          • Profile picture of the author Anbelle
            Originally Posted by Michael Dominic View Post

            I meant setting up unique articles (on each blog) to be auto-posted on a given date. Just set it, post once or twice a week perhaps, and forget about it.
            Now there's an idea...
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  • Profile picture of the author getsmartt
    Sure it works, just like making 10000 sites that made a penny a day. You just have to manage them all.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris_Willow
    100/day is kind a over top, but hey- you can spend your time cranking out one article after another and that would make it possible. Unless your blog gets deleted along the way...

    Chris
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  • Profile picture of the author Glenn Leader
    FYI: I have a 25 blog network that generates about $18/day on
    average all on autopilot. I plan by the end of this month expanding
    this network tenfold by outsourcing the work.

    Some of my other networks pull in a lot more, but not as regular.

    These are Adsense sites on public blog platforms.

    Glenn
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  • Profile picture of the author zerofill
    You guys do realize that these people don't go manually to ever freebie blogger blog they have and update them individually right?
    They mass update them...
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    • Profile picture of the author Michael Dominic
      Originally Posted by zerofill View Post

      You guys do realize that these people don't go manually to ever freebie blogger blog they have and update them individually right?
      They mass update them...
      I would imagine them mass updating them with the SAME article. I can't tell you how many times I have searched for something in Google Blog Search and ran into the same article over and over again.

      The whole concept I was thinking of is to create 100 blogs, get maybe 10-20 articles for each one and setup to auto-post over the span of a month or two. All the articles would be unique from each of the blogs.

      Right now it does sound like time would be better spent on a couple quality blogs updated often rather than a mass quantity of blogs updated a few times and left alone... I heard about different people doing this, they say you make $1 per blog, then $2, and keep scaling it up.
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  • Profile picture of the author zerofill
    People don't care about the quality of the blogs content...When they do this.
    They care about people clicking on Adsense Ads...If the blog content pretty much sucks...more likely people will be to click away on one of your adsense ads...
    They use the Google Data API to mass update with various content. They submit all the RSS feeds from said blogs to aggregators...(with a mass rss submission tool) They take those feeds and make new feeds at places like feedburner...so feeds of the feeds...and submit those feeds lol...

    The rankings live for a couple days and die...until they mass update the blogs again and the process is done again. Then they get rankings again for 1 to 3 days normally...

    BUt the whole process really doesn't take long at all with the right tools.
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    • Profile picture of the author Michael Dominic
      Originally Posted by zerofill View Post

      People don't care about the quality of the blogs content...When they do this.
      They care about people clicking on Adsense Ads...If the blog content pretty much sucks...more likely people will be to click away on one of your adsense ads...
      They use the Google Data API to mass update with various content. They submit all the RSS feeds from said blogs to aggregators...(with a mass rss submission tool) They take those feeds and make new feeds at places like feedburner...so feeds of the feeds...and submit those feeds lol...

      The rankings live for a couple days and die...until they mass update the blogs again and the process is done again. Then they get rankings again for 1 to 3 days normally...

      BUt the whole process really doesn't take long at all with the right tools.
      Interesting. I watched a YouTube video earlier today and it had a link to a Blogger blog, the content was so irrelevant that it didn't even capture my attention. It was the same paragraph posted about three times with banners surrounding it. They definitely wanted me to click the ads! :rolleyes:
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      • Profile picture of the author Marhelper
        You can create 10,000 blogs but without traffic to them it is totally pointless. The bottom-line is getting good consistent traffic to the blog and if you can spread that out over 100 blogs and maintain them all you should do well.
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnnyPhunk
    I think you would make more money by selling a "Make $100 Per Day With 100 Free Blogs" product than actually doing it.
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  • Profile picture of the author tamilseo
    i made a test last month with 50 wordpress blogs, i used the 1000 outsourced articles to post(for each site 20 article). the only promotion i did was submitting to social bookmarking sites.this month i got around 250-300 unique visitors to each blog per month.And $4- $5 per day adsense income.my next aim is make these blogs $1 per day.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mark Brian
    This will work only of you do this regularly:

    1. Unique article on each blog (auto post is fine)
    2. Get natural backlinks to each article over time

    I've tried doing only #1 before, it tends to die off pretty quickly without some link building.

    With this kind of setup, you can see it requires a lot of time on the link building part, you might as well "sell" something instead of putting Adsense, and make $xx instead of $0.xx per site with the same amount of effort.
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  • Profile picture of the author Monetize
    The formula will work but you'd be better off using a different method.
    If you intend to use AdSense to attain $1 a day/site, please consider
    including alternate income producers. You should be able to generate
    much greater revenues with 100 sites/blogs/lenses or whatever.
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    • Profile picture of the author bgmacaw
      I have a network of about 130 niche sites, some on Blogger, some self-hosted WordPress, some static HTML sites. Some do make an average of $1 a day, some don't, a few make much more.

      The key to getting this to work is in the keyword selection followed by link building. If you select the right low competition long tail buying keywords you can usually take position #1 in Google with a few good links and make some money. The problem is that this isn't always exact so you'll end up with a few 'dogs' that never even get to page #1 or, if they do, don't make much money. However, you'll also get an occasional unexpected 'star' that gets a lot more traffic than what your keyword research indicated and/or makes good money.

      As for monetization, I pick the best method for the keyword. It might be Adsense. It might be EPN/eBay. It may be an affiliate offer or a repackaged PLR eBook. However, I stick to one monetization method per site. This may change according to the kind of traffic I end up getting but it's only one method at a time with a few exceptions.

      For creating content, I use different methods. If it's a topic I know something about I'll write the articles. If it's not, I'll do some quick research and do some mash-ups or templated or spun articles. We aren't talking about high quality articles here, just very simple, basic, info that the visitor probably already knows padded with some search engine friendly fluff. I generally don't have more than 10 articles per site although this can vary.

      As for maintaining them, I keep a schedule where I build new links for them and possibly add new content on a regular cycle, generally about 8 to 12 weeks in length. Some require more work than others while some require less. I have a few of sites that haven't been updated in over a year that get between 800-100 unique visitors a day. I have others that require more frequent updating and link building to hold their position in Google.

      Remember they're going for nearly 100% search traffic so they don't have the features of a social flagship blog. I'm not looking for regular 'readers' who return to the site or subscribe to an RSS feed. I'm looking for the one time visitor who clicks an ad or buys something.
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      • Profile picture of the author Chri5123
        Hi,

        Yes it sounds as if it would work although I personally think that this is the wrong way to do it.

        Well not "wrong" but way too much work!

        I think it is better (as other people have stated here) to host your OWN Wordpress blog, spend time with it and build it up in a good niche and make good money from it in the process.

        Rinse and repeat.

        The reason being is you have far more control over Wordpress and you will own all of the content so your blog cannot be deleted or anything like that.

        Also if you build it up and get tired of it or it is not working for you, the you can sell the Wordpress blog if you choose and still make money!

        Just my 2 pence.

        Chris
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  • Profile picture of the author GeorgeJoel
    I have a niche with over 500 domains. The key to making it work on auto-pilot is to grab exact phrase matches for your domains that get "direct navigation" "type-in" traffic. Actually you will get ranked in google on the 1-3 pages in a relatively short time. It took me 3-4 days to show up on page 1 with 20% of the domains when I launched them. Cross linking is ok and many of these domains are .net and .info, not just .com. The majority are also 3-4 word keyword matches.

    I found the best results using the freekeyword tool on wordtracker. This one niche gets an average of 2,400-3,100 unique visitors a day. They are not blogs, they are single page html sites, with no outbound links except to other sites in the network and the google ads.

    I use a php include file to update the adsense content, cpa offers and click bank links disguised as adsense. It works!

    I could probably design a course around this, but I am just too darn busy building more sites.
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  • Profile picture of the author maya.m
    My opinion is that words like this are scam.
    How can you regular make fresh content for 100 blogs anyway?
    I would recomend you create only 10 blogs and take care of them. Even creating 10 blogs will take you time and effort.
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    • Profile picture of the author bgmacaw
      Originally Posted by maya.m View Post

      How can you regular make fresh content for 100 blogs anyway?
      You don't need fresh content for these blogs. If I make a blog on, for example "Old Fashioned Buttermilk Biscuits", I don't need to update it because the content is timeless. Remember, I'm going for the one time search visitor, not the social 'reader' who want continual content for free and who doesn't click ads very often.

      Originally Posted by wealth4life2010 View Post

      Why would blogger randomly delete blogs?
      They don't. Their anti-spambot will flag for human inspection and partially disable blogs that meet certain criteria. Usually if you haven't done anything stupid and if you request reinclusion you'll get the blog back. If it's a spam blog or if you don't request to be reinstated then you'll lose the blog.

      I've only had this happen once and it was because of the way their 'bot looked at the new eBay EPN widget ads. I got the blog back within about 3 days.
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  • Profile picture of the author jenki1
    Hi,

    It sounds a good idea.
    The only problem that I would have is finding the time to keep
    them updated.

    The rest of my sites would suffer.


    Good luck.
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  • Profile picture of the author Cash37
    Originally Posted by Michael Dominic View Post

    I've heard about this strategy all over the place. Does it work? What's your experience with it?

    Example: Make 100 blogs that each make $1 per day = $100 per day
    This sounds like an Adsense strategy
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  • Profile picture of the author entrepenerd
    There has been a lot of good back and forth here. The bottom line is this: what you're talking about is VRE (Virtual Real Estate). VRE works and has worked for quite some time. In fact, John Reese (yes, the John Reese), made over $526,744 dollars using VRE in about 13 months. Here's a link to video proof with John himself.

    The $526,744.35 Video!

    This was back in 2005 and early 2006, but it's still going on today.

    Don't get wrapped up in calling these things "blogs". What you're looking at is really a small article site. The reason to go with "blogging" software like Wordpress is because it's so simple to get setup and get traffic coming in thanks to the built in SEO options, RSS, and pinging options on update.

    It's actually very easy to build a network of 100s of blogs. In fact, I've designed a system using free software (hint, hint: it's Wordpress) that allows me to create a new blog and have it fully functional in less than 60 seconds. That may not sound like much but here's what gets done.

    - Build a site with the basic pages the Google likes (About Us, Contact Us, Privacy Policy, Disclaimer)
    - SEO titles and page headings
    - Install Google Analytics
    - Insert optimized Adsense Ads
    - Load 20 - 30 articles spaced out over 2-3 months
    - Social bookmark the posts as they're published on multiple bookmarking services
    - Build XML sitemap and submit to Google

    These are the things that are done in less than 60 seconds. It's pretty easy to create tons of "blogs" when it only takes 60 seconds per.

    Here are the things that need to happen over a longer period: LINK BUILDING.

    Just continue naturally building links over time and the traffic will continue to increase. The great thing is that you can easily outsource link building to multiple people for cheap.

    Start by submitting your RSS feeds for the new blogs to the major RSS aggregators. Here's a link to a post with 55 top RSS aggregators.

    55 Active RSS Directories to Help Promote Your RSS Feeds!

    Just submitting your feeds to those aggregators can create a great amount of backlinks. Keep in mind that many other sites pick up those feeds from the aggregator sites and they point back to your site for the article.

    Then start submitting on topic comments on other do-follow blogs. This is one that I would recommend outsourcing. Just make sure you're posting on do-follow blogs.

    Also, make sure that you're submitting to do-follow social bookmarking sites. Some of the major ones are no-follow, so your links don't count for as much there.

    If you build the sites right, with the right keyword dense content, and do the right work to get the backlinks, you will get traffic. If your Adsense ads (or whatever monetization you do) is optimized to get click-throughs, you'll in-turn get rewarded with revenue.

    This can be easily done, but it's not completely click-button. But, like it has been mentioned above, if you do this right to start, these sites can run on complete autopilot with no maintenance and still be bringing in daily revenue. That should be the goal of any good VRE plan, completely passive income while you're continuing to build an empire.

    Hope that helps.
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    • Profile picture of the author radhika
      I can't even put up with my one blog. Now 100 blogs?

      Idea is very good to listen, but any page/website needs promotion and indexed in search engines.

      But if you have kids at home, you can bribe them to post articles once in a while

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      "Hope that helps."????!!!! - Folks, there's your blueprint! - Thanks entrepenerd

      Originally Posted by entrepenerd View Post

      ...This can be easily done, but it's not completely click-button. But, like it has been mentioned above, if you do this right to start, these sites can run on complete autopilot with no maintenance and still be bringing in daily revenue. That should be the goal of any good VRE plan, completely passive income while you're continuing to build an empire.

      Hope that helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author Bob Monie
    I heard somewhere that 70% of the google index is VRE style web pages, thats a huge amount of poor quality content.

    With the time it takes to setup and manage 100 blogs, why wouldnt you put all that time, hard work and content into 1 blog thats 100 times bigger than any of your smaller blogs. will also be 100 times easier to manage. You can own the domain so you can't be banned and deleted like in Blogger.

    natural backlinks will be coming back to the one domain rather than spread over 100. Articles will be coming from a domain that has more authority than the small free blogs inturn making them rank higher in the serps.

    you could be making thousands a day from a blog like this rather than 100 bucks from the smaller network.
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  • Profile picture of the author Bruce NewMedia
    Entrepenerd, thanks for the blog plan.

    I seem to remember reading somewhere that John Reese had abandoned the VRE system he talked about in the video you referenced.

    Something about that the income had fallen off to almost nothing and that he no longer recommended that approach? I may be wrong, but I just wondered if he's still even doing this? Anyone know?
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    • Profile picture of the author entrepenerd
      Originally Posted by brucerby View Post

      Entrepenerd, thanks for the blog plan.

      I seem to remember reading somewhere that John Reese had abandoned the VRE system he talked about in the video you referenced.

      Something about that the income had fallen off to almost nothing and that he no longer recommended that approach? I may be wrong, but I just wondered if he's still even doing this? Anyone know?
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      Unfortunately, I'm not sure on what happened with John. I'm actually trying to research that myself right now. I definitely know that John has moved onto bigger and better things that have obviously made him a great deal of money. I know there are still people that are making sizable incomes with VRE, and continue to do so even today. I think the game has changed over the years, but it is still very possible to make a good income with Adsense.

      Just make sure that you are providing valuable content and Google will reward you. The problems that many ran into are with MFA sites that were just crap content keyword stuffed. Google is quick to hit those sites hard, and that will get you hurt.

      If you're providing some legitimate value in your sites, it's still very possible to make money with Adsense.
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  • Profile picture of the author logocheckout
    How much will cost to have blogs set up, monetized, search engine friendly, etc.?
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    • Profile picture of the author entrepenerd
      Originally Posted by logocheckout View Post

      How much will cost to have blogs set up, monetized, search engine friendly, etc.?
      Like was mentioned above, the majority of the cost (in either time or money) will come from the content. I belong to a monthly PLR membership program and I use the content provided there to feed my niche blogs. You could certainly get free PLR and do the same, but would spend some time finding it and cleaning it, as most free PLR is pretty crappy.

      Besides that there is really minimal cost for developing a large amount of blogs if you do it the way that I do. I use subdomains so that I only have the registration cost of a single domain. I also use fairly inexpensive hosting with Dreamhost so hosting cost is minimal. I use Wordpress MU for the creation of the blogs, which is free, and I use free plugins for SEO purposes.

      The only other cost I have was a one-time cost for a paid plugin called Auto Social Poster that helps to automate social bookmarking. However, you can even do that for free. It just takes a little more time.

      If you really want to do it, it's not expensive, and you can still manage a lot very quickly. The idea is that you create a large amount of posts up front and schedule them out to be posted over time automatically so that you don't really have to do any maintenance. From there it's just the normal backlink building to get traffic coming in from the search engines.
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      • Profile picture of the author pink sapphire
        Originally Posted by entrepenerd View Post

        Like was mentioned above, the majority of the cost (in either time or money) will come from the content. I belong to a monthly PLR membership program and I use the content provided there to feed my niche blogs.
        Thanks for your useful posts here - I've been thinking of doing something like this. Which PLR site do you recommend?
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        • Profile picture of the author Michael Dominic
          Originally Posted by pink sapphire View Post

          Thanks for your useful posts here - I've been thinking of doing something like this. Which PLR site do you recommend?
          Report back and let us know how it goes!
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  • Profile picture of the author MeTellYou
    you'd have to create the content, becuase for that money, you can't really outsource it well... it's either gonna cost you time or money.

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  • Profile picture of the author valerieSONORA
    How much time would it take to maintain 100 blogs?!
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  • Profile picture of the author Louis Raven
    The question is.. Can You Make a Blog Earn $1 a day?

    If you can, and consistently.... You've made it.

    I have a similar twist to that tale but with £3, 4, and £5 sites.

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    (the £3 a day rich dude)
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    • Profile picture of the author Michael Dominic
      Originally Posted by Louis Raven View Post

      (the £3 a day rich dude)
      You make £3 a day? Is this from blogs? One blog or multiple blogs?
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