How many sites do you make money from?

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I was wondering, how many sites do you guys make money from? Do you have a small amount of large earner sites, hundreds of small sites, or somewhere in between?
I understand having different amounts of sites have to do with your business plans, but if you wouldn't mind sharing things such as how long does it take you to setup and start making money from them (after having an established business plan), do you try to make authority sites?
What do you do?
I only ask because my site (in sig) is growing by my own imagination (I recently added a dictionary to it), and I want to put most of my effort into this site, perhaps even try to make an authority site out of it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rich Struck
    Mostly just 1, soon to be 2.
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    • Profile picture of the author nazee
      i also have only 1 but hope future will be better.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tim Winnersk
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    About a dozen sites here. All at Google 1 for their respective keywords. Most related to Internet marketing. One or two others unrelated.

    Takes me about a day to put a site together. Launch it. Get it indexed in less than an hour. Google 1 maintained position usually in 24-48 hours depending on competition. Total Google page 1 domination in 7-14 days - all 10 positions.

    Money rolls in shortly after.

    Either keep and further monetize. Or flip for a quick buck. Depends.

    SEO is my main business.
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    • Profile picture of the author John Romaine
      Originally Posted by Tim Winnersk View Post

      About a dozen sites here. All at Google 1 for their respective keywords. Most related to Internet marketing. One or two others unrelated.

      Takes me about a day to put a site together. Launch it. Get it indexed in less than an hour. Google 1 maintained position usually in 24-48 hours depending on competition. Total Google page 1 domination in 7-14 days - all 10 positions.

      Money rolls in shortly after.

      Either keep and further monetize. Or flip for a quick buck. Depends.

      SEO is my main business.
      Show us .....
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    • Originally Posted by Tim Winnersk View Post

      About a dozen sites here. All at Google 1 for their respective keywords. Most related to Internet marketing. One or two others unrelated.

      Takes me about a day to put a site together. Launch it. Get it indexed in less than an hour. Google 1 maintained position usually in 24-48 hours depending on competition. Total Google page 1 domination in 7-14 days - all 10 positions.

      Money rolls in shortly after.

      Either keep and further monetize. Or flip for a quick buck. Depends.

      SEO is my main business.
      Forgive me if I'm sceptical. Care to share your tactics?

      For me I have about 5 sites at the moment. 4 have made me money, with most of my income coming from one at the moment. All sites are under 6 months old though, so it's early days still.
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      • Profile picture of the author John Romaine
        Originally Posted by TBInternetMarketing View Post

        Forgive me if I'm sceptical. Care to share your tactics?

        For me I have about 5 sites at the moment. 4 have made me money, with most of my income coming from one at the moment. All sites are under 6 months old though, so it's early days still.
        Im skeptical too.

        This simplistic explanation to me is bordering on arrogance. Not only is this probably false, but it can also be viewed as very misleading, especially to newbies here.

        Anyone thinking that you can slap a site up, have it indexed in a few hours then sit back and watch the money roll in is living in Disneyland.
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        • Profile picture of the author Teravel
          Originally Posted by ramone_johnny View Post

          Anyone thinking that you can slap a site up, have it indexed in a few hours then sit back and watch the money roll in is living in Disneyland.
          Actually...
          I just set up a WordPress blog four days ago. It's a Niche blog on a Subdomain of a .info domain. I installed WordPress, a nice theme, all my usual plugins, edited the settings, and posted 3 articles to drip feed over the course of the next 3 hours.
          At hour 4 of the site going live, all 3 articles had posted. At this point I checked Google, Yahoo, and Bing. The entire site has been indexed on all 3 search engines. This included the Homepage, All 3 articles, Privacy page, Contact page, and Sitemap.

          Getting indexed isn't hard, and shouldn't be very time consuming. It's ranking the site that you have to worry about. Course, this depends on the keywords, competition, and other factors.
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          • Profile picture of the author John Romaine
            Originally Posted by Teravel View Post

            Actually...
            I just set up a WordPress blog four days ago. It's a Niche blog on a Subdomain of a .info domain. I installed WordPress, a nice theme, all my usual plugins, edited the settings, and posted 3 articles to drip feed over the course of the next 3 hours.
            At hour 4 of the site going live, all 3 articles had posted. At this point I checked Google, Yahoo, and Bing. The entire site has been indexed on all 3 search engines. This included the Homepage, All 3 articles, Privacy page, Contact page, and Sitemap.
            So?

            Read what I posted. I wasn't doubting ranking a site quickly, anyone can do that. I was referring to slapping a site up in a matter of hours, then sitting back and watching the money roll in.
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    • Profile picture of the author brchap
      Originally Posted by Tim Winnersk View Post

      About a dozen sites here. All at Google 1 for their respective keywords. Most related to Internet marketing. One or two others unrelated.

      Takes me about a day to put a site together. Launch it. Get it indexed in less than an hour. Google 1 maintained position usually in 24-48 hours depending on competition. Total Google page 1 domination in 7-14 days - all 10 positions.

      Money rolls in shortly after.

      Either keep and further monetize. Or flip for a quick buck. Depends.

      SEO is my main business.

      Yeeeahhhhh....

      I'm going to have to call BS on that.

      :rolleyes:
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      • Profile picture of the author Rsberg
        Originally Posted by brchap View Post

        Yeeeahhhhh....

        I'm going to have to call BS on that.

        :rolleyes:
        Exactly what I was thinking...
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    i have only 1 blog
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    • Profile picture of the author Steve Sieloff
      I would have to say "it depends".

      Currently, I have a little over 60 sites. Some were built in an hour or two while a couple of them took more than a month. Income varies by site, niche, and product. My sites sell and promote a variety of digital products, physical products, and my own products.

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      • Profile picture of the author wilsonm
        I have 10 sites, only 2 of them ended up as winners.
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    Since right now, I have 12 blogs.
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  • Profile picture of the author BloggingPro
    I currently generate income from three sites through physical product affiliate marketing. I have two sites plus a huge network of Hubs on HubPages that generate income through Adsense.

    I just started two knew sites, both content sites that I am looking to cash in on the ads each month. These are brand new and are still being built up as authority sites in their niches.

    Not counting the Hubs (currently at 331 pages) I generate income through five "set-and-forget" websites. The two newer ones aren't making anything quite yet, but will in due time.
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  • Profile picture of the author aira88
    I have 2 blogs but the total revenue is still low. Thinking to make another 10 blogs.
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    It's going to add up each day or so.
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      One site, 368 pages, 12+ years of solid earnings
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  • Profile picture of the author VeronicaD
    I mostly do services from my main site. One client was paying me $1,500 per month, but we just recently switched to a weekly model of an informal budget of up to 1k per week. I had an affiliate site with multiple page one rankings that was only a couple months old and sold it for xxx. Working on another one to replace it, in hopes that I can hang on to that one a bit longer Lots of sites and domains, just no time to get 'em going yet. Kinda why I sold my last niche WSO, simply because I didn't have time to "work it".
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  • Profile picture of the author Pastor Larry
    Hi Guys,

    I tend to be a perfectionist. I keep tinkering and tweaking with one site. It is a little profitable. Maybe I should just let it go and develop some other niche sites. I am always learning and enjoying the journey.
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  • Profile picture of the author Fazal Mayar
    Just one. I think having only 1 or 2 website has more advantages then people think. I find it better to focus on only 1 or 2 sites.
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  • Profile picture of the author Andrea Wilson
    I dont have an authority site yet but Im planning to have one soon. i got around 15 sites right now and so far they are good in giving earnings daily,


    Andrea
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    • Profile picture of the author eric w
      Right now....I have about 27 sites.....21 of them are brand new that I outsourced..not fully completed.

      From my initial 7 or 8 sites...I did all of them completely from start to finish...I did them a couple of years ago when I was in alex goad's google conquest.

      I learned alot and the more sites I created, the better my niche/kw selection got..which is crucial for making a profit.

      5 of those initial sites have been ranked #1 for their main kw since day 3 or 4 of them being finished.

      All 5 have been making me adsense money for the past couple of years, but 2 of the 5 are responsible for about 80% of the total.

      I'm eager to see what my 21 new sites will make me...God Willing.

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  • Profile picture of the author BudgetSEO
    2 actually
    1 is my SEO shop and other is a classified site.
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  • Profile picture of the author abdulquddus
    I have 3, however only 1 gives best result for me
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  • Profile picture of the author fanimal
    I only have one and I still have hard time catching up. Was trying to launch another project but just do not have time for it.
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    Only one site. I think it will be increase.
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  • Profile picture of the author dtaylor
    I have way too many sites.
    Quite a few were put up as experiments in different things and still just sit there. Once I own them I can't bear to part with them.

    Some of those are probably worth money as they were set up for local search, I just can't be bothered contacting buyers and transferring sites etc.

    The best sites are those that just sit there and make money.

    Large authority sites are a lot of work but if you have done your seo homework and taken the time to drive traffic and gotten good Google placement you can make some serious money from them.

    Just keep making sites and getting traffic to them, backlinking etc. you'll eventually find the model that suits you.

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    2 to 3 sites is enough for me for better and efficient management.
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    over 120 sites, some nowhere to be found others on page 1 with easy seo
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  • Profile picture of the author LiemNguyen
    You don't need a lot of sites to make money. You only need 1 good site. "quality over quanity" ... Well! but if you have multiple high quality sites then that's a diff story
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    • Profile picture of the author stesnees
      2 sites so far, both earning adsense income. Its a great feeling seeing the figures rise!
      Got another 4 in the pipeline.
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  • Profile picture of the author mr.gaurabborah
    I have 3 websites for now. Each in Relationship, DIY, and Health niche and all the doing pretty well till now.
    I generally rely on article marketing and SEO. I am in process of building a huge list.
    Stick to 1-2 methods and each have a potential of making millions if you do it well
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  • Profile picture of the author BarryOnline
    I have 6 - all make money though some more than others.

    I plan on having 10 money making sites by the end of this year.
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  • Profile picture of the author angela99
    I have many, many sites. Most are small blogs (anywhere from five to 20 posts.) They make money, some more, some less.

    Others are large content/ authority sites. These are my primary "earner" sites.

    Big point: I didn't set out to create many sites. It happened by accident. My sites all developed organically. Your mileage may vary, but for someone starting out, focusing on the number of sites you develop is probably a mistake, unless you think in terms of five year plans.

    Things change fast online, and big content sites take time to develop. They also take time to find an audience.

    Start by creating a site on a topic about which you're passionate. Do everything you can to create content, and monetize the content. You may or may not decide to build the site into an authority.

    Once that site's making money, you can leverage that site's traffic in many ways to build other other sites, BUT you need do everything you can to establish that first site, and establish yourself, too.

    If you want to create your own content empire, give yourself plenty of time. Think in terms of five year plans, but focus on the content you create today.
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  • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
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    3 good earners.
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  • Profile picture of the author premiumplr
    Currently I own 12 sites but only 4 are earners. It's because that's where most of my efforts are placed. But the way I see it - 1 top earning site is worth more than 12 sites just sitting.
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  • I'm at about a dozen now, I think, my goal being 50, then I'll re-evaluate from there. I have one that pays fairly well now, and it's been running on it's own for about a year and a half now. The others make anywhere from $10-$150 a month each, I would say. I'm not rich yet, but I've got a good, solid start.

    I've got another 20 or so ready to be installed, but I'm just an army of one, as the saying goes. lol I should have them going by the end of the year, though, I think. I also have another project that I am ready to take live by the end of next week.

    I play pretty much by the 'set it and forget it rule'.

    Thanks to 3 fellow Warriors, I got hipped up very quickly.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ofthemix
    I have 16 sites. 1 authority site, the rest are small 20 page sites. I make the most money from the authority site and 3 of the small sites. The other sites just trickle in a few dollars a month.
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  • Profile picture of the author Misbhave999
    Hi have 15 sites - most don't earn much. These 3 do well (90% of income) -

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  • Profile picture of the author tsuccess
    Only 2 for now, but I plan on having anywhere from 3-5.
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  • Profile picture of the author mikeroosa
    I have 28 sites. Most of them make a little something every month but there are 5 that are consistent and bring in the most.
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    • Profile picture of the author John Romaine
      Originally Posted by mikeroosa View Post

      I have 28 sites. Most of them make a little something every month but there are 5 that are consistent and bring in the most.
      Hey Mike. I find the same also. I have about a dozen sites and whilst about 8 of them make a little bit of cash, the others really power along.

      I guess its the old 80/20 rule.
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      • Profile picture of the author DWolfe
        I have one actual Amazon Affiliate site, working on it right now cause the products I'm promoting are used mostly this time of year. I will stick with it till the season starts to change. Than I will put it aside and try another.

        I also get a very small income from Adsense from a site that was suggested by another warrior. I'm here for the long haul.
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    Several or more in conjunction with each other.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Franklin
    19 Amazon sites that are earning and 4 sites that are works in progress. Due to the 24-hour cookie, some sites account for a lot of unrelated sales, so really they all are good earners....No complaints!
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    • Profile picture of the author CPApromoter
      Originally Posted by Michael Franklin View Post

      19 Amazon sites that are earning and 4 sites that are works in progress. Due to the 24-hour cookie, some sites account for a lot of unrelated sales, so really they all are good earners....No complaints!
      Did they really drop the cookie down to 24 hours? I thought it used to go on much longer...
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  • Profile picture of the author aaronngoh
    I have two sites that is making money and working for me day and night

    Just need to maintain my google position to maintain income
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    • I just dropped down to a little under 100 sites again recently, but I plan on expanding considerably. There is a huge difference in the earnings capabilities of the various sites, but each and every one of them make money except for the brand new ones, obviously. It does take some time, after all.

      Sometimes tweaks do have to be made, of course, and these take time to do and test, but typically if a site isn't earning me money within a year, it's gone.

      I have a website for my offline company, as well, that brings in a considerable chunk of change.
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  • Profile picture of the author O0o0O
    A good way to go is to create several small websites dedicated to long tail keywords for either Adsense and/or Amazon products. That way if one of your sites gets slapped by Google, then your other sites will still remain active making money for you.
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  • Profile picture of the author simonbuzz
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    For ad-sense I make money with only 1 one site...
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  • Profile picture of the author Deepikarajpal
    i dont have any sites but i am having few blogs which are in ranking that give me some income
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  • Profile picture of the author calfred
    Hi Theory5,

    For ClickBank, I don't use or buy any sites.

    I use article directory articles. FREE.

    Yes, they are making money.
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    • Profile picture of the author jgant
      I have 3 primary earners plus my offline business websites (but that's not online income).

      I also have some (15 I think) other small sites that generate collectively $100 to $200 each month. But I choose to focus on 3 sites which generate by far the lion's share of my online income.

      I use my smaller sites for testing since they do have some traffic. I could monetize them a bit better I think, but I don't want to get distracted from my main 3 sites.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jake Gray
    It is different for some people.

    You can ask some people and they'll give you the response that it's only a few. While this may be true, there are others who make just as much from 10 sites. So, there really is no set amount of sites you need to make a set amount of $.

    Just something to think about
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  • Profile picture of the author Misbhave999
    Hey great posts...I still have way too many. Most sites don't earn much so I started selling them (taking advise from someone - I just don't want to part with them) and I am concentrating on the others. I have spent 2 weeks doing articles - my fingers are sore. It's paying off - traffic has increase and sales are coming in more regularly. Have a look - not exciting but they are paying better now.
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  • Profile picture of the author mrlandy65
    4 sites of my own and i promote some others
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  • Profile picture of the author tritrain
    I have several websites. I'm growing a network of blogs, in which people can guest-post.

    I also take part in several revenue sharing sites, including Squidoo and HubPages.
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  • Profile picture of the author JamesGw
    I, personally, make mentionable money from maybe 5 websites.
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  • Profile picture of the author aheil
    I have 1 major site bringing in some money and then I have 2 smaller ones making about 1k a month each.
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  • Profile picture of the author bonk12
    I have a lot of small sites that I usually outsource and pump out a few a month, and then I have a hub site that makes most of my income.

    Cheers,

    Steven Patterson
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  • Profile picture of the author kyhell
    I currently have 267 autoblog sites with an average of 50 subdomains per domain
    4 video bloging sites
    62 turn and burn sites
    311 redirect domains
    38 domains that were purchased this week half will be built and sold the other half will be kept for various autoblogging projects
    and more web2.0 blogs the I can count
    and my baby my 1 "4chan" style board

    Grand total = 683 web domains that I currently own.
    some months its more, some months its less.
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    • Profile picture of the author jiantastic
      Originally Posted by kyhell View Post

      I currently have 267 autoblog sites with an average of 50 subdomains per domain
      4 video bloging sites
      62 turn and burn sites
      311 redirect domains
      38 domains that were purchased this week half will be built and sold the other half will be kept for various autoblogging projects
      and more web2.0 blogs the I can count
      and my baby my 1 "4chan" style board

      Grand total = 683 web domains that I currently own.
      some months its more, some months its less.
      now thats hardcore autoblogging.
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      • Profile picture of the author kyhell
        Originally Posted by jiantastic View Post

        now thats hardcore autoblogging.
        yup, it pays the bills.

        it goes quick when you have the right plugins and tools
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  • Profile picture of the author jiantastic
    sites? over 300. the majority of them are customer's sites that they pay me to maintain. that is the quickest way to make money on websites.
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  • Profile picture of the author ClickPimpsta
    Quality over quantity is always essential, so just build tons of awesome sites!!!
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  • Profile picture of the author satrap
    I have one blog that is making me around $1500 a month. However, since now its to the point where I only have to maintain it and just keep building backlinks for it to keep it on the 1st page, I am going to start another site.

    I personally think its best to focus on one site that makes you big money rather than 20 sites that make you small amounts each. Then when you are set with the 1 site, you can start another one and another.

    But, I have seen that other way around as well, I have seen people $1 a day from 100 site and thats $100 a day.

    I would say it works both ways, it just depends on your style and picking the one that works best for you and your situation.
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  • Profile picture of the author CyberSorcerer
    I have about 60-70 sites. Some are actual money sites, but about 10-15 are test site for various things and for tracking how Google treats them and how there placement changes over a week, month, etc.

    But all of them are making some amount of money whether it's from Adsense or what ever. I don't put up a site unless it has some kind of potential that will benefit me in some way. Money sometimes isn't the benefit though. Sometimes it could be just gather important information.
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  • Profile picture of the author btrash
    Mostly one oddly enuff

    others don't really get clicks (i guess its the field)
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  • Profile picture of the author kururunfa
    I have three sites that I've done something with (and a ton of other domains that I haven't touched). Of those sites, one makes decent money, one turns a steady but small profit, and the other covers its costs, but that's about it.

    The one with the least earnings right now is probably the one with the most potential. I just need to figure out how to capitalize on it.
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    60+ sites, but its mainly adsense income.
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