My Big GOAL - 40 niche sites each making $10 a day....Possible?

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Wrote this on one of my mastermind group and would like to see how Warriors think about this goal....

Is it an achievable goal? Has anyone done this before? Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author Victoria Gates
    Of course it is, but you need to put some work into it, sadly most sites take a few months to really start generating any income.
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  • Profile picture of the author Praveen Kumar
    It is Achievable but it require some hard works and rather than makine 40 niche sites each making $10 you can create one niches site that will make $800-$1000/day!
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    • Profile picture of the author kindsvater
      Originally Posted by ipraveen View Post

      It is Achievable but it require some hard works and rather than makine 40 niche sites each making $10 you can create one niches site that will make $800-$1000/day!
      Stick with first getting a $10 a day site.

      Evaluate what got you to that level. Then do two things:

      - Look to expand your original site beyond $10 per day, and

      - Duplicate across other sites to create additional $10 per day sites.

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      • Profile picture of the author Ultimate Guides
        Achievable but not recommendable! Why would you do that? That is just plain handwork which takes a year or so. A well done and decent traffic site takes month or more to create taking in account the time to think, eat, sleep, work, face problems, seo and etc. That is like taking three years or more to do even if you do full time. You are going to have to fork out forty different niches that you have experience or no experience in and do research on it. That's a lot of headache and hard work. I said in my previous post that you should just go on autopilot instead of setting up so many thing like this. Just get a site, auto responder and create a quality product with a great sales page and keep introducing new products as you have ideas for new ones. Introducing one product can generate tremendous amount of cash while autopilot depending on how good and how great the offer of your product is! Think about it, making forty niche sites is not better than working offline.
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        • Profile picture of the author Karen Blundell
          Originally Posted by Ultimate Guides View Post

          Achievable but not recommendable! Why would you do that? That is just plain handwork which takes a year or so. A well done and decent traffic site takes month or more to create taking in account the time to think, eat, sleep, work, face problems, seo and etc. That is like taking three years or more to do even if you do full time. You are going to have to fork out forty different niches that you have experience or no experience in and do research on it. That's a lot of headache and hard work. I said in my previous post that you should just go on autopilot instead of setting up so many thing like this. Just get a site, auto responder and create a quality product with a great sales page and keep introducing new products as you have ideas for new ones. Introducing one product can generate tremendous amount of cash while autopilot depending on how good and how great the offer of your product is! Think about it, making forty niche sites is not better than working offline.

          it won't take a year...and auto-content or auto-blogs are NOT recommended...way to get on the bad side of Google right away! Create quality sites with quality content.

          I recommend starting with smaller goals...

          Create one site, get it earning, then on to the next...start with 10 sites each making $300 per month (very very doable) and build from there.

          if you have 10 sites each averaging $300 a month, that's a decent income...enough for most people to quit their jobs.

          diversify, have multiple streams of income and you will succeed!

          good luck!

          PS: real entrepreneurs never use the phrase "I can't"

          real entrepreneurs say "How can I do...?"
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          • Profile picture of the author zakizarifah
            Originally Posted by Karen Blundell View Post


            Create one site, get it earning, then on to the next...start with 10 sites each making $300 per month (very very doable) and build from there.

            Hi Karen

            Do you mind to share this doable detail - like what steps to take?

            Thank you
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            • Profile picture of the author bobcarlsjr
              Originally Posted by zakizarifah View Post

              Hi Karen

              Do you mind to share this doable detail - like what steps to take?

              Thank you
              you wanna make money then work for it. this question has been beaten to death a million times.

              for god's sake............


              http://www.warriorforum.com/search.p...rchid=13998510

              kthnx
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    • Profile picture of the author Oliver Williams
      Originally Posted by Praveen Kumar View Post

      It is Achievable but it require some hard works and rather than makine 40 niche sites each making $10 you can create one niches site that will make $800-$1000/day!
      I agree the work involved to rank and create 4-5 sites that make higher dollars is easier then creating 40 sites that earn less.

      This is because even if they make less money you still need to go to the effort of creating keywords, domains, content, site design, monitising methods, SEO, and general upkeep.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ryan David
    Yeah, it's possible if you have your systems in place. But I think it's a lot easier to hit your income goals if you have some more authoritative sites in there.
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    • Profile picture of the author FredJones
      I normally go for larger authority sites but yes this is possible, lots of people take similar strategies. Don't expect success overnight and do keep alternative money making channels in mind rather than relying solely on one kind of income stream (for example, don't rely only on Adsense, choose niches that you can also sell on Amazon or earn CPA income or something). Diversifying your eggs rather than putting them all in the same basket may be important for you.
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  • Profile picture of the author Amir Kostic
    Yes, of course it is possible. However it takes time and effort. Do some research, build a plan, and work on that. I would recommend you to use multiple income streams - don't put all eggs in one basket.

    Wish you the best of luck with your goal.
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
    Originally Posted by fated82 View Post

    Wrote this on one of my mastermind group and would like to see how Warriors think about this goal....

    Is it an achievable goal? Has anyone done this before? Thanks!
    Whether anyone else has done it before has no bearing on whether you can do it.

    If you can build one niche site that makes your $10/day goal, you can build 40. You'll probably have a few duds along the way, but keep plugging away and you can get there.
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    • Profile picture of the author hyderkhan
      Originally Posted by JohnMcCabe View Post

      Whether anyone else has done it before has no bearing on whether you can do it.
      Thanks! I really liked this quote.
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  • Profile picture of the author fated82
    Would it be easier for me to achieve this goal if I set out to build authoritative niche sites instead of thin affiliate sites?
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    • Profile picture of the author Ultimate Guides
      I think no more than three sites will be good, work on the first one and build it up successfully with good products and then move on to the next and don't juggle all three at once
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    • Profile picture of the author SteveJohnson
      Originally Posted by fated82 View Post

      Would it be easier for me to achieve this goal if I set out to build authoritative niche sites instead of thin affiliate sites?
      Two completely different business models - and one isn't any better than the other, IMHO. If you're the kind of person that doesn't get bored with a long-term project then authority sites may be your answer as they take consistent updating, developing new content.

      Thin 'sniper sites' can be put up quickly with relatively little work, and could be the way to go if you like to get on something, get it done, and move on to the next project.

      Why don't you try the link in your sig? That may work too
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    • Profile picture of the author Ben Armstrong
      Originally Posted by fated82 View Post

      Would it be easier for me to achieve this goal if I set out to build authoritative niche sites instead of thin affiliate sites?
      No. I don't believe there's any evidence that one way is better than the other.

      There are pros and cons for both and I think a mixture is probably a good long term goal.

      Why not build a few of your 'niche' sites so that they have the potential to become authority sites if they're doing well.
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  • Profile picture of the author BabyMama
    It is very possible. And once achieved will bring you in a steady long term passive income. However it will take you a long time to complete if you are planning to do all the work yourself. If you are planning to outsource then it will be faster.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ultimate Guides
    By the way, I never heard of anyone running forty sites at once SOLO and even if they did, their sites are probably badly maintained as hell. Imagine taking care of forty children each with a different and specific need. Wow!
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    • Profile picture of the author Rick Britton
      Originally Posted by Ultimate Guides View Post

      By the way, I never heard of anyone running forty sites at once SOLO and even if they did, their sites are probably badly maintained as hell. Imagine taking care of forty children each with a different and specific need. Wow!
      yes you would need assistance from a VA

      but if you were making $400 a day you could afford it easily, two even
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    • Profile picture of the author SteveJohnson
      Originally Posted by Ultimate Guides View Post

      By the way, I never heard of anyone running forty sites at once SOLO and even if they did, their sites are probably badly maintained as hell. Imagine taking care of forty children each with a different and specific need. Wow!
      Pffft.

      What's to maintain on a niche site? A post a week - maybe?

      Once they're up and running it's more like having 40 adult children. Some you can let run on their own, some require a little TLC, and one or two are high-maintenance and you would like to sell them if only you could. But they're your children, so you can't.
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      • Profile picture of the author Ultimate Guides
        Originally Posted by SteveJohnson View Post

        Pffft.

        What's to maintain on a niche site? A post a week - maybe?

        Once they're up and running it's more like having 40 adult children. Some you can let run on their own, some require a little TLC, and one or two are high-maintenance and you would like to sell them if only you could. But they're your children, so you can't.
        I think it's still crazy to go solo on this because you are paying four hundred bucks a year, considering all the sites cost ten dollars per month which I think it's a waste and you can make much more money with less work on one site if you promote it properly and have dominated the rankings on your keyword. Though if this plan works, I think it will be three years or more before you get that kind of earning of four hundred dollars a day from 40 different sites. By the way, considering a post a week, it could take you at minimum 30 minutes I would say taking account of the thinking, brain storming, logging in and posting. If your sites are full of same thing every time that will be kinda plain boring to your audience and sometimes your earnings are not consistent that you have to update to bet more traffics. Really it's too much of focusing, one day your competitors might beat one of your sites of the ranking, the next he beats another site and on and on. So I think just focus on one site or maybe three at most.
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        • Profile picture of the author XYZcontent
          Originally Posted by Ultimate Guides View Post

          I think it's still crazy to go solo on this because you are paying four hundred bucks a year, considering all the sites cost ten dollars per month which I think it's a waste and you can make much more money with less work on one site if you promote it properly and have dominated the rankings on your keyword. Though if this plan works, I think it will be three years or more before you get that kind of earning of four hundred dollars a day from 40 different sites. By the way, considering a post a week, it could take you at minimum 30 minutes I would say taking account of the thinking, brain storming, logging in and posting. If your sites are full of same thing every time that will be kinda plain boring to your audience and sometimes your earnings are not consistent that you have to update to bet more traffics. Really it's too much of focusing, one day your competitors might beat one of your sites of the ranking, the next he beats another site and on and on. So I think just focus on one site or maybe three at most.
          The title says he wants to make 10$ a day per site. Not 10$ per month per site
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        • Profile picture of the author SteveJohnson
          Originally Posted by Ultimate Guides View Post

          I think it's still crazy to go solo on this because you are paying four hundred bucks a year, considering all the sites cost ten dollars per month...
          I have 30+ sites on one hosting account that costs $10 a month - $4 per year per site. Methinks something's wrong with your sums...
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    • Profile picture of the author Karen Blundell
      Originally Posted by Ultimate Guides View Post

      By the way, I never heard of anyone running forty sites at once SOLO and even if they did, their sites are probably badly maintained as hell. Imagine taking care of forty children each with a different and specific need. Wow!

      it's been done...never say never...some people are way more focused and organized than others.
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  • Profile picture of the author Cru
    Hey guys, he didn’t say 40 different niches. He said run 40 niche sites. You can easily have 5-10 sites in a given niche with each one focusing on 3-5 keywords each. It goes from having to understand 40 niches down to 4-8 niches total, which is definitely doable. Also, if you are creating static sites it doesn’t take much to maintain them.
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  • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
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    Rather than one big authority site, I do lots of different niche sites and most of them make a passive income daily.
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  • Profile picture of the author fated82
    Hmmm...I think i need a coach. Or at least someone I can bounce ideas and ask questions with. Can anyone point me to the right direction?

    Really want to make this work...
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  • Profile picture of the author John Romaine
    If I was wanting to work towards $400 a day, I dont think Id be wanting to do it in $10 increments.

    That to me, seems like the long way there.
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    • Profile picture of the author Karen Blundell
      Originally Posted by ramone_johnny View Post

      If I was wanting to work towards $400 a day, I dont think Id be wanting to do it in $10 increments.

      That to me, seems like the long way there.
      I agree, but if someone wants "passive income" then the 40 sites plan is not a bad way to achieve that.
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      • Profile picture of the author John Romaine
        Originally Posted by Karen Blundell View Post

        I agree, but if someone wants "passive income" then the 40 sites plan is not a bad way to achieve that.
        40 sites to me sounds like a number plucked out of thin air.

        If you know what you are doing, you can acheive $400 a day with just a few sites.

        And yes, Im talking passive.
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  • Profile picture of the author JSThompson
    Originally Posted by fated82 View Post

    Wrote this on one of my mastermind group and would like to see how Warriors think about this goal....

    Is it an achievable goal? Has anyone done this before? Thanks!
    That is a lot of sites to maintain by yourself. I personally wouldn't want to deal with 40 sites at $10. I'd rather have 10 sites at $40 each and accomplish the same monthly goals with less sites.
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    • Profile picture of the author Hamida Harland
      My minimum goal for any site is $10 a day (or rather $300 a month because the products I promote normally pay out $50+).

      Rather than building more sites though I build up the ones with the most potential to $1000+ per month, and usually sell the poorer earners.

      It would be hard work looking after 40 sites, or even keeping track of employees looking after all those sites. I'd much prefer to keep 10 sites making $1000+ per month than 40 making just $300 per month.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dapper Fellow
    Well, I am running 21 blogs all about the same niche. I have 600 blogs posts spread out on those 21 blogs and wrote every one of them myself. Of course, I wrote a wagon load of content for backlinks between actual blog posts.

    I started writing with an intense focus in January of 2010.

    I didn't look or to the side. I would not have cared if an atom bomb was on the way.

    It took me six months and four days in 2011 to earn every penny it took me all 12 months of 2010 to earn.

    It can be done. I did it. You can do it by yourself if you do not do anything else.

    There are, of course, other approaches to this way of earning a passive income, but I chose to have 21 blogs about the same topic.
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    • Profile picture of the author Chrystallee
      How much do you intend to spend and are you going to do this all alone?

      If you want to create quality content on each of these sites, then you'll definitely need to spend more time.

      If you are new to this I'd suggest you create one first to pick up the skills and knowledge, and once things have taken off, you can work on creating the rest!
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    • Profile picture of the author Warren Tibbotts
      Originally Posted by Dapper Fellow View Post

      Well, I am running 21 blogs all about the same niche. I have 600 blogs posts spread out on those 21 blogs and wrote every one of them myself. Of course, I wrote a wagon load of content for backlinks between actual blog posts.

      I started writing with an intense focus in January of 2010.

      I didn't look or to the side. I would not have cared if an atom bomb was on the way.

      It took me six months and four days in 2011 to earn every penny it took me all 12 months of 2010 to earn.

      It can be done. I did it. You can do it by yourself if you do not do anything else.

      There are, of course, other approaches to this way of earning a passive income, but I chose to have 21 blogs about the same topic.
      Hi Dapper..

      How have you chosen to monetize your blogs?

      Warren
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      • Profile picture of the author kanpur
        I will say that start with 10 websites, put atleast 5 pages of good content and start link building, you can use link exchnage and some BL Tools.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chri5123
    Yes you can do this - however you will normally find that as you go through creating your sites a few of them take off and then you should work on expanding THOSE sites for quicker results.

    Or not...

    That is what I did though pretty much...

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  • Profile picture of the author Dapper Fellow
    I agree that it important to keep a close eye on the sites that earn the most. I recently took a sounding on my best earner out of the 21 and discovered that over an 81 day period I earned $13.69 each day from that one blog.

    During that 81 days I had not posted even one new blog post to that particular blog.

    Since my fixed cost for that one blog is 6.5 cents per day, I decided to take some of the profit and plow it into backlinking content.
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    • Profile picture of the author collegequest
      It can be achieved but you will be needed to put lots of effort. It would be better if you use multiple earning methods rather than Adsense only. For example, link sale, Paid post or affiliate links etc can help you to achieve you goal. You can earn $10 daily If you are getting 20-50K monthly traffic and your blogs are based on finance, real estate or these kinds of paying niche.
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      • Profile picture of the author Tom Ryan
        Yup, it is definitely possible.

        Just work on the couple site you have now and get them to your $10 goal before adding more. This way you'll have a plan of action for any additional sites you add. Trying to do too many sites at once will spread you too thin and burn you out. Been there, done that.

        Good luck.
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      • Profile picture of the author GetKane
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        Originally Posted by collegequest View Post

        It can be achieved but you will be needed to put lots of effort. It would be better if you use multiple earning methods rather than Adsense only. For example, link sale, Paid post or affiliate links etc can help you to achieve you goal. You can earn $10 daily If you are getting 20-50K monthly traffic and your blogs are based on finance, real estate or these kinds of paying niche.
        Ummm.... If you're getting 20-50K unique visitors a month in finance you're probably earning over $400 - $2,000 a day no matter how you choose to monetize if, but there are MUCH easier niches to make money in.

        OP. I know a guy with over 1,800 websites all in the same niche spread out over hundreds of IP ranges. I think he has five or six guys who work for him building everything out, but it is a viable business model.
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  • Profile picture of the author fated82
    Thanks for all the feedbacks. I already have 2 sites making $10 this month. Will work on them and move them to the $10 a day category.

    Just to clear things up, I won't be the one managing all 40 sites alone. Over time, I probably will have a VA or two to oversee the sites.

    At the moment, I get article writers to write my articles (about 1 article a fortnight per blog). I also use BMR to generate my backlinks

    I do have a plan in place, but I realize I lack a good coach who can really help me cut the learning curve short. There are still a couple of things I need to iron out, especially the keyword research area. I know it's exceptionally important.
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    • Profile picture of the author Oggyoi
      Originally Posted by fated82 View Post

      Thanks for all the feedbacks. I already have 2 sites making $10 this month. Will work on them and move them to the $10 a day category.
      These 2 sites make $10 a month ? How much time and effort do you put into both these sites ?
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  • Profile picture of the author chris1985
    Possible, my friend $800/day with this, took him a lot of hard work anfd time to set it up, but now he travels to foreign countries and buys cheese for fun. no joke.
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  • Profile picture of the author Nathan2525
    Originally Posted by fated82 View Post

    Wrote this on one of my mastermind group and would like to see how Warriors think about this goal....

    Is it an achievable goal? Has anyone done this before? Thanks!
    Sounds very possible.
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  • Profile picture of the author Nathy Curiel
    Running 30 sites is a piece a cake with a team.
    Couple of freelance writers , a VA and seo dude.
    And you will be fine
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  • Profile picture of the author RAMarketing
    Of course you can. Most of the ones you build won't get there quickly, just sell them to fund the creation of more. Just go one site at a time, figure out what works an what doesn't, then create and outline a system for yourself that goes step by step. For each step, create a video of how you did it. now hire someone to do it for you, spending no more than 50% of income.
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  • Profile picture of the author Scott Skinner
    Why not ONE site making $400 a day? Would be less work!
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    • Profile picture of the author Black Hat Cat
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      Originally Posted by Scott Skinner View Post

      Why not ONE site making $400 a day? Would be less work!
      Not necessarily. And then there's the diversification factor. Lose one site out of 40, and you still make $390 a day; lose one site out of one, and you're down to zero a day.
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      • Profile picture of the author Tony Marriott
        Originally Posted by fated82 View Post

        Hmmm...I think i need a coach. Or at least someone I can bounce ideas and ask questions with. Can anyone point me to the right direction?

        Really want to make this work...
        Then just do it. Stop debating and waiting for confirmation. Set your goal, draft a plan, follow it and make good.
        You won't make 1 penny untill you do it.

        Will you make mistakes? Oh yes. Will it matter? Not on jot.

        What you suggest is totally doable and maintainable. I have nearly 100 site, I ahve no VA or assistants, I also create products, run a helpdesk etc etc.

        Just be organized, MAKE A PLAN......

        Originally Posted by Ultimate Guides View Post

        I think it's still crazy to go solo on this because you are paying four hundred bucks a year, considering all the sites cost ten dollars per month which I think it's a waste and you can make much more money with less work on one site if you promote it properly and have dominated the rankings on your keyword. Though if this plan works, I think it will be three years or more before you get that kind of earning of four hundred dollars a day from 40 different sites. By the way, considering a post a week, it could take you at minimum 30 minutes I would say taking account of the thinking, brain storming, logging in and posting. If your sites are full of same thing every time that will be kinda plain boring to your audience and sometimes your earnings are not consistent that you have to update to bet more traffics. Really it's too much of focusing, one day your competitors might beat one of your sites of the ranking, the next he beats another site and on and on. So I think just focus on one site or maybe three at most.
        I have no idear you get the $10 a month from. Domain $$8 a year. Reseller hosting about $0.50 a blog.

        .....promotion 1 or two websites to $400 a day take just as much work as promoting $40 to get $10 a day. Actually if you manage to pick duff subjects/keywords and aren't that good at backkinking it could actually be an impossible task to make one site Earn $400 a day.
        Although it may be abetter plan to build say 5 sites first and make sure you can start to drive them towards the $10 a day before you dive in and create 40 sites. Make sure yo have mastered the skills needed.

        40 duff sites will also be a waste of time.

        Originally Posted by ramone_johnny View Post

        If I was wanting to work towards $400 a day, I don't think Id be wanting to do it in $10 increments.

        That to me, seems like the long way there.
        But it is an easy business model that requires little outlay and a only a reasonable amount of skill. In practice if you achieve even half that you will already be looking at more exiting/risky/potentially profitable alternatives.


        Originally Posted by JSThompson View Post

        That is a lot of sites to maintain by yourself. I personally wouldn't want to deal with 40 sites at $10. I'd rather have 10 sites at $40 each and accomplish the same monthly goals with less sites.
        Less sites but is that really less work?

        Originally Posted by Dapper Fellow View Post

        I agree that it important to keep a close eye on the sites that earn the most. I recently took a sounding on my best earner out of the 21 and discovered that over an 81 day period I earned $13.69 each day from that one blog.

        During that 81 days I had not posted even one new blog post to that particular blog.

        Since my fixed cost for that one blog is 6.5 cents per day, I decided to take some of the profit and plow it into backlinking content.
        Absolutly right.. 80/20 rule probably applies here. But focus and expand you performing site, sell of you non performers and buy some new domains.

        Originally Posted by Chuck Stewart View Post

        I think the most sane thing to do, especially if you are new, is to get 3-5 up and running, get them earning some money and then try to replicate the process. At that point you can figure out where you might need help and you can use the earnings from the first set of sites to pay for your outsourcing costs. The plan is doable - go for it!
        Correct again, At some point you need to move from doing it yourself to outsourcing. Outsourcing is something I really need to do now to start to reduce the time I spend working

        Originally Posted by ccmusicman View Post

        Just throwing this out there - but be sure to sell the duds. Even if you only make 50 or 100 bucks from the sale, if you have a couple duds a month (which you probably will), that can easily earn you an extra couple hundred dollars.

        At least you recoup some of your investment in them, whether it be time, money or both.

        Rob

        Yes, get rid of the non performers and re-invest in new domains
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        • Profile picture of the author John Romaine
          Originally Posted by Tony Marriott View Post

          Then just do it. Stop debating and waiting for confirmation. Set your goal, draft a plan, follow it and make good.
          Theres nothing wrong with asking for help.

          Something I wish I had of asked a lot more, when I first started.

          I still think blasting sites all over the web in hope that something "might work" is guesswork marketing.
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    • Profile picture of the author Ultimate Guides
      Originally Posted by Scott Skinner View Post

      Why not ONE site making $400 a day? Would be less work!
      That would be better, in fact why not 1000$ a day or more, if it is that great. Include a forum in your niche and get membership for your site with great offers. I dont want to be zigzagging around from site to site doing work, I think quality of work will decrease by doing so and sure eats time trying to dominate every single one of them. I am not being pessimistic but I am just trying to find a better yet faster method. It's like laboring yourself to many task when you can just do it with less labour and more focus on one task to be more dominant on your niche in search engine while maintaining good, original and high quality.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chuck Stewart
    I think the most sane thing to do, especially if you are new, is to get 3-5 up and running, get them earning some money and then try to replicate the process. At that point you can figure out where you might need help and you can use the earnings from the first set of sites to pay for your outsourcing costs. The plan is doable - go for it!
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  • Profile picture of the author elitewms
    Completely possible, i've had simple niche related websites that have produced more. Concentrate on creating quality backlinks and target long tail keywords, make sure to have at least 5 original articles related to that niche.
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  • Profile picture of the author jgant
    Totally doable. It's a decent business model. I don't do it, but I see no reason it can't be done. I would, however, build them in batches ... say 5 at a time and once all 5 are earning $10/day, move on to the next batch. You'll probably learn a few things with each successive batch.

    If you have a site that takes off, maybe throw some more at it for higher earnings.

    Once all 40 are built, treat it like a file system - each day work on 2 sites. In a month you'll work on some twice and all at least once for maintenance.

    Once you get anywhere near $400/day, you can easily hire people to manage them so you can build up a winner into a bigger earner.

    It will be a boatload of work at first, some will be duds, but it's doable. Monitor results and do what works.

    Diversify for sure - CPA, affiliate links, build a list on each site with pre-loaded email messages, and some Adsense for good measure.

    Your biggest amount of work will be content and backlinks so work on an efficient system for generating content and backlinks. I narrowed 90% of my backlinking to 2 methods which results in decent diversity and it's fast.

    Good luck!
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    • Profile picture of the author mmickeals
      40 sites at 10.00 per day. I say that your sight is not big enough.

      When I first started achieving success, it was with micro sites. I would average around 1-2 new ones per week. The best thing I ever did though, was to reinvest some of the profits. 1 site making 10.00 per day will give you 300.00 a month. This amount is enough to hire someone to work for you 40 hours a week.

      So, start your site. Develop your process on how you are researching, building, and pushing your site to #1. I am assuming that you will be relying on google or other search engines for traffic. Figure that it will take you around 3 months of consistent hard effort before you start to make serious money from it. In three months, you can develop 6-20 sites. Once you start making money, start outsourcing. Outsource different steps to differnet people. Your goal is to develop a business that will continue to churn out these little sites with no effort on your part. Your outsourced workers will be following your exact blueprint, and all you have to do is sit back and monitor. Well I guess you have to count your money. And you will now have some free time to figure out ways to really make a killing in marketing. 10.00 a day websites are great, but they are only a beginning.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rick Britton
    yeah that backlinking is a beach! man I spend way too long on it
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    • Profile picture of the author morningsunshine
      Originally Posted by Rick Britton View Post

      yeah that backlinking is a beach! man I spend way too long on it

      Hi, did you have to use a software to create articles with backlinks or did you do each one on your own? thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author Christine2011
    Yes, very possible but also takes a lot of works...

    So I agree with what the other warriors say, outsource some of the responsibility
    to ensure quality output on each site
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  • Profile picture of the author Sarevok
    I have over 40 domains. (I honestly lost track. Probably 45 or so.)

    It's doable.



    Rock on
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  • Profile picture of the author Rob Howard
    Just throwing this out there - but be sure to sell the duds. Even if you only make 50 or 100 bucks from the sale, if you have a couple duds a month (which you probably will), that can easily earn you an extra couple hundred dollars.

    At least you recoup some of your investment in them, whether it be time, money or both.

    Rob
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    • Profile picture of the author Marhelper
      Sure, why not? If you can do one then scale ...
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    • Profile picture of the author bitriot
      I have 30+ auto content blogs that I set up once and let run. Thus far they are bringing in about $10 a month each, but they take only about a half hour to set up so, while only one system in my tool belt, I can't complain.

      To the OP - I would plan to have a system where you generate more than 40 blogs and see which ones stick and which ones don't.
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    • Profile picture of the author Josh880
      One site at a time...It's definitely possible.
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  • Profile picture of the author Brandon Bell
    WOW! You must really like working hard for your money.

    Honestly, you'd be better off focusing all of your energy into one AMAZING site that generates $400 a day instead of working yourself to death trying to manage forty.

    Managing one site will also save a lot of money in terms of domain renewal costs. Remember the easiest way to make money is NOT to spend it.
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    • Profile picture of the author adionline
      Originally Posted by Brandon Bell View Post

      WOW! You must really like working hard for your money.

      Honestly, you'd be better off focusing all of your energy into one AMAZING site that generates $400 a day instead of working yourself to death trying to manage forty.

      Managing one site will also save a lot of money in terms of domain renewal costs. Remember the easiest way to make money is NOT to spend it.
      This is actually a horrible idea. Focusing purely on one website is putting all your eggs in one basket. Just recently I focused on one website for 3 months very heavily (2 year old site). It was climbing rankings and started to make $1000+ per month then one day all rankings drop 2 to 4 pages and it's been one month now slowly recovering but pretty much making nothing now because it's lost it's high page 1 rankings for whatever reason.

      I have been focusing on many sites though that are also rising in rank now but if that was my only one I would be screwed even more. 40 sites may be too many but focusing on at least 3 to 5 main ones is would I would recommend to manage risk of potential ranking disasters that most webmasters face these days.
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  • Profile picture of the author scsheldon33
    Originally Posted by fated82 View Post

    Wrote this on one of my mastermind group and would like to see how Warriors think about this goal....

    Is it an achievable goal? Has anyone done this before? Thanks!
    I believe this is very possible as long as you have the power and desire to do it Just take note some of the fellow warriors advice here.

    Good luck to you!
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  • Profile picture of the author leogood
    To help you get started check out the Fatcat Blueprint, it contains everything you need to know. Also you can join the Super Affiliates (I think that's the name, google around and see what comes up).
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  • Profile picture of the author Tande
    of course yes, this is attainable.
    the domain names are many yes and all you need is a lot of hard work and commitment.
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  • Profile picture of the author abubakar89
    Its totally possible but great effort is required.

    Now its upto you how you scale things. Start with few sites take them to a point you want and then duplicate
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  • Profile picture of the author YasirYar
    Yes, it is possible. However, it will require a lot of work because you will have to optimize every site, get content, design the websites, etc. It is much easier if you make 10 websites each of which earns $40 a day. It is more manageable but 40 domains is totally doable.
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  • Profile picture of the author philiptrav
    I have around 100 sites and honestly if I was asked would I do this again the answer would be a firm NO. As others have suggested, create 5 - 10 sites that you can really focus on. The problem with a lot of sites is that you have way too much to keep up with. I only hang onto mine as many are several years old and I have plans for each one that I don't want to stop now. In fact I had many more domains a few years ago and most of them made great money but slowly google had got smarter and now the sites need to be well thought out and a lot of work put in to make them profitable. Start with 2 or 3 sites, make them great and then move on and add another but don't jump in and try to do too much at once.
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  • Profile picture of the author NicholasCollins
    Its 110% achievable and I have been doing it for many years and live a very relaxed lifestyle because of the passive income from these sites. I suggest using the power of aged and established domains rather than brand new hand reg domains. I can certainly help you, check my sig and I can point you in the right direction.
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  • Profile picture of the author johFF
    Yes, it is possible, but it depends only on you.

    Make a good plan and stick to it. Work on daily basic and don't expect fast and easy money.

    If you really want it, go for it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kate Campbell
    Everything is possible! You need to focus on your goal. Of couse a lot of people done it before you, my friend have 120~ niche sites. He is making about $700 daily from Adsense & $100 daily from Amazon.

    Believe and do it! Good Luck
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    • Profile picture of the author Greenfatman
      Originally Posted by Kate Campbell View Post

      Everything is possible! You need to focus on your goal. Of couse a lot of people done it before you, my friend have 120~ niche sites. He is making about $700 daily from Adsense & $100 daily from Amazon.

      Believe and do it! Good Luck
      Your friend has any thread or wso on here???:rolleyes:

      I should know that guy
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  • Profile picture of the author the lord
    wonderful if you measure your goal, I think after your goals in the measure then it will be in goal to achieve.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alex Kage
    I think it's easier to do this if you are not on your own.
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  • Profile picture of the author Avdo
    sure it's possible, and I believe that this really is one of the best ways to build your own online business, and passive monthly income, bigger and bigger every month..

    rinse and repeat
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  • Profile picture of the author mojojuju
    It is completely impossible.
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    • Profile picture of the author Don Luis
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      I'm envious of all you guys who have dozens of sites in your arsenals. I have only 3 sites and they're making only a few pennies per day courtesy of Adsense. Every time I start working a new site, some distraction comes up and makes me stop working on it, especially that I have freelance web design and writing jobs. I really need to get rid of all these distractions and manage my time properly, as well as stop procrastinating.

      My goal is to have 50 sites and earn $100 per day. I don't have money for outsourcing so I have to work on them myself. I know how to set up WordPress sites and I can write content well. The only part where I have difficulty is backlinking and SEO. I don't have backlinking software such as SENuke or Scrapebox so I'll have to outsource this part.

      If anyone is interested in working with me, PM me and we can help each other achieve our goals.
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      • Profile picture of the author fated82
        Originally Posted by philiptrav View Post

        I have around 100 sites and honestly if I was asked would I do this again the answer would be a firm NO. As others have suggested, create 5 - 10 sites that you can really focus on. The problem with a lot of sites is that you have way too much to keep up with. I only hang onto mine as many are several years old and I have plans for each one that I don't want to stop now. In fact I had many more domains a few years ago and most of them made great money but slowly google had got smarter and now the sites need to be well thought out and a lot of work put in to make them profitable. Start with 2 or 3 sites, make them great and then move on and add another but don't jump in and try to do too much at once.
        Yes I would focus on 5 sites at a time and see it earn some income first before adding more sites to it. Thanks for the tip.

        Originally Posted by NicholasCollins View Post

        Its 110% achievable and I have been doing it for many years and live a very relaxed lifestyle because of the passive income from these sites. I suggest using the power of aged and established domains rather than brand new hand reg domains. I can certainly help you, check my sig and I can point you in the right direction.
        Lovely....Can aged domain overwrite exact match domain in terms of ranking?

        Originally Posted by Kate Campbell View Post

        Everything is possible! You need to focus on your goal. Of couse a lot of people done it before you, my friend have 120~ niche sites. He is making about $700 daily from Adsense & $100 daily from Amazon.

        Believe and do it! Good Luck
        Sweet. Thanks for the inspiration. I am going to create a niche empire.
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  • Profile picture of the author leogood
    fated82 -
    the site is superapprentice dot com, sorry for misleading!
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  • Profile picture of the author seoblacksmith
    Hi fated82,

    It is possible. In fact, you can even have a profit bigger than $10 per day for 40 niches. If you are planning to have an online business with the target of 40 niches or more. This is possible. As long as you have the line up of clients, and you have a trustworthy SEO Reseller Provider. These are all possible..

    As an internet marketer, I've learned a lot things on growing a business. "Let the money work for you" of course if you don't have enough funds to run a company, outsource it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Miguelito203
    Originally Posted by fated82 View Post

    Wrote this on one of my mastermind group and would like to see how Warriors think about this goal....

    Is it an achievable goal? Has anyone done this before? Thanks!
    That's totally possible and way more, especially with the holidays coming. There are tons of products to promote and plenty of opportunities for good money to be made. Since the holidays aren't here yet, you've still got time to get things going. You just have to set everything up right to make the most of them.

    Good luck,
    Joey
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  • Profile picture of the author vok
    Throw away the 39 save yourself $390 in domain fees buy one domain in a good niche and spend the other $390 on quality backlinks and make sure you're creating excellent content on a daily basis. Then just maybe you won't have a $10 a day sites but a $30 a day site after 6 - 12 months of plugging away.
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  • Profile picture of the author Zeus66
    I know you can do it because I've done it. Here's the thing about the expectations game, though - you might end up averaging $10/site over 40 sites, but in reality you'll likely have 10 sites doing a lot more than that, 10 sites doing very little or nothing, and 20 sites doing the average or thereabouts.

    The smart play is to cut your losses on the duds, give the "OK" performers a bit of your time, and really focus hard on the top performers. The old 80/20 rule. One person can manage this... don't let anyone tell you it's not possible.

    But it'll be so much easier to reinvest some early profits into outsourcing at least some of the more time consuming work that you don't like doing yourself. The key is knowing you've developed a system that pays. Then you can actually crunch numbers and determine what you can afford to spend on outsourcing and still increase your profits overall.

    Treat this like a business, in other words, not a hobby. As with most things in IM, that's ultimately what separates the winners from the wannabes.

    John
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    • Profile picture of the author OnlineMkter
      Originally Posted by Zeus66 View Post

      I know you can do it because I've done it. Here's the thing about the expectations game, though - you might end up averaging $10/site over 40 sites, but in reality you'll likely have 10 sites doing a lot more than that, 10 sites doing very little or nothing, and 20 sites doing the average or thereabouts.

      The smart play is to cut your losses on the duds, give the "OK" performers a bit of your time, and really focus hard on the top performers. The old 80/20 rule. One person can manage this... don't let anyone tell you it's not possible.

      But it'll be so much easier to reinvest some early profits into outsourcing at least some of the more time consuming work that you don't like doing yourself. The key is knowing you've developed a system that pays. Then you can actually crunch numbers and determine what you can afford to spend on outsourcing and still increase your profits overall.

      Treat this like a business, in other words, not a hobby. As with most things in IM, that's ultimately what separates the winners from the wannabes.

      John
      You hit the nail. No one knows what sites would work and what not, as no one can exactly predict how the competition would be. So start with a lot, and then pick best performing ones and make them big sites, seems a perfectly logical approach to me!
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  • Profile picture of the author marc7
    This is a very informative thread...
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  • Profile picture of the author Jere Kuisma
    Well if you can make one site that earns 10$/day then you probably won't have a problem making 39 more. Expect that it takes time.
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  • Profile picture of the author AlenGeorgeson
    Dude forget that. You could as well just become an expert in 1 niche with hungry buyers, instead of researching 40 niches. Honestly, it's just a lot easier that way.
    Read some books, do some research, interview experts on ONE topic. Create a product out of all the info you've got. Put up a GREAT salespage, put it online, drive some traffic, and make money.

    That's a lot easier than making 40 sites. You'll pay 500-700 bucks just to register the domains (haha). Then you also have to do SEO and all that crap.

    So create your own products, put them online (clickbank etc..), get some affiliates (They will come by their own if you have a great product and sales page), and make money.

    That's it.
    Hope that helps
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  • Profile picture of the author admee
    This is completely achievable and pretty easy too - I am doing it now building 3 sites per week.

    Costs are $35-$50 per site.

    Something I really want you to take in and understand:

    You dont need to spend on tools/software EVER you just need to follow these steps - Seriously and you do need some cash to get this going.

    First things to do:

    Setup a Gmail account (unless you have one)

    I use Google DOCS to plan out my daily routine

    Open a Namecheap account (they are by far the BEST domain service out there) hands down beats GogDaddy for easy of use and interface not too mention not over selling CRAP to you. (and the frustration that goes with GoDaddy)

    Hostgator account or even Namecheaps Cpanel Hosting as it keeps things so simple for the Exit Plan. If you are not sure about Exit Plans I will probably talk about mine later in another post.

    Textbroker account for Articles

    Fiverr account for your backlinks

    1. go to ebay pulse or amazon pick any niche in top 10

    2. go to Google suggestion tool and put in your niche keyword

    3. choose any KEYWORD which shows LOW Competition dont worry or look at anything else
    (its just a numbers game)

    4. go to Namecheap and register an Exact Match Domain (again do not get hung up on .com any will do and I MEAN that!)

    5. set-up the add-on domain on Hostgator or if you have bought the Namecheap set your domain on that DNS etc.

    6. Time for Fantastico 5 min install of Wordpress

    7. Go and buy the CTR theme for Adsense sites

    8. Upload this theme to Wordpress and configure

    9. The only plugins you need now is / Aceti Dynamic SEO / Contact form Plugin / Google Privacy Policy / I also use ManageWP but you dont need right now.

    10. Make sue to set your permalinks

    11. Go to Textbroker and order 1 x 500 word Article on the keyword / domain you have chosen

    12. Upload your Article and also set your TAGS which are keywords related to your niche and set the SEO plugin which will be just below the Post area.

    13. NOw you have all the boring stuff done it time to buy some backlinks

    14. go to fiverr and order a link wheel any will do wait 3 days then order some Forum profiles and blog comments wait about 3-5 days and order any EDU links or another link wheel

    15. Move to doing the same over and over again

    16. Wait for Google to say I love your site and puts it on Page 1 - I usually hit around 7 or 8th spot

    17. Add your Adsense code and start earning $$$

    Thats My Adsense way / You don't need any course or WSO - follow what I have just laid out and stop buying products on here. It's the easiest way to have a Passive Income and a nice lifestyle.
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    • Profile picture of the author mdwxl3
      And may I add my 2 cents worth or should I say 2 dollars worth... that if your good with cPanel you can get cheap hosting @ Dollar2Host for 2 buck a month. I have my wife business on it and its a sweet deal.
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      • Profile picture of the author MarkUSA
        Originally Posted by mdwxl3 View Post

        And may I add my 2 cents worth or should I say 2 dollars worth... that if your good with cPanel you can get cheap hosting @ Dollar2Host for 2 buck a month. I have my wife business on it and its a sweet deal.
        Does using this type of hosting affect Google rankings at all? I've read some report that says cheap dollar hosts and offshore hosts rank worse than HostGator. Any experts here that can confirm or deny this?
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  • Profile picture of the author onlineVisions
    This is very doable. i would follow jgant's advice
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  • Profile picture of the author gojiberryman
    Well fated82, first of all by having that many sites set up and generating income all at once will continue to grow over time. And to answer your question, yes. That option would is extremely lucrative and will most likely secure your financial future for good. I hope this helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author Luke Rafferty
    hey fated82, 40 sites is a lot to manage. but if you have it on auto pilot with lots of the good wordpress plugins for content aggregation and seo/linkbuilding then i suppose it is. i'd rather work on 10/15 sites and get a good mix going and go for higher earnings, if you do go for it come back and let us know, even do a wso and give away the secrets :-)
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  • Profile picture of the author Google1982
    400$/ day ! Who knows maybe more ! I would accept half of it
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  • Profile picture of the author steven sanderson
    Hi there

    Yes it is possible, both myself and my wife now have several sites up in different niches, some large and some small, so it is possible

    All the best
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  • Profile picture of the author Rough Outline
    What is it with all these "is it possible" threads? The answer is always yes. You should question your strategy, not whether or not it is possible.

    I'd rather have 4 sites making $100 per day, less hassle of handling loads of sites and it means you don't spread yourself thinly. Unless you spend a few weeks on each site, making sure it is properly set up etc.
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  • Profile picture of the author AmraP
    If you stay focused it is possible.
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  • Oh it's definitely possible but it'll be time consuming to build 40 sites. Try maybe 10 sites each making $50 a day that would be good.
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  • Profile picture of the author Greenfatman
    It's funny how many warriors here writing is much easier have a site making $400 per day than 40 sites making $10 each...Come on guys,le's be real here, is much easier have 40 sites making $10 a day and much less risk as well....
    Hey fated82 , you mean have 40 sites making $300 monthly, no, is not easy at all...Maybe you have to try at least 400 sites to get there.

    Regards,
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  • Profile picture of the author John Romaine
    Oh come on, why hasnt this been closed?

    Originally posted 09-27-2011
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    • Profile picture of the author hyderkhan
      Originally Posted by ramone_johnny View Post

      Oh come on, why hasnt this been closed?

      Originally posted 09-27-2011
      Well, here we are, nearly 5 months later... How much progress has the OP made?
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    • Profile picture of the author bobcarlsjr
      Originally Posted by ramone_johnny View Post

      Oh come on, why hasnt this been closed?

      Originally posted 09-27-2011
      why should it be closed if people are still contributing/sharing ideas? :confused:
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      • Profile picture of the author John Romaine
        Originally Posted by bobcarlsjr View Post

        why should it be closed if people are still contributing/sharing ideas? :confused:
        Bob, shouldn't you be out sailing today?
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  • Profile picture of the author AfteraDream
    It's strange to see people advice to do only bigger site that would make loads of money a day instead of more small ones making average amounts...

    Managing big site is tough:

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    Write articles often (while in niche sites you can get 3-5 articles and rank for a while...)
    If you add a forum... well good luck getting people to post there first and then when they are posting you will spend tons of time answering same questions over and over again, deleting spam etc.
    Also, your income depends on one site, not many. Bit riskier.
    Selling a bigger site might be not as profitable as selling average one. What I mean is that if you have a site that does 100 bucks a month you can sell it for 1500-2000 bucks. 20x ROI. Sell bigger one doing thousands and your ROI goes down to 3-10x monthly earnings. (This is a strange paradox.. that's why I'd say it's better to flip small sites once they are in top 3 and have achieved their full potential).
    Advertising.. you could be better off selling ads directly to some companies than with AdSense... that's another layer of management and contacts to get/maintain.

    Still, if you got a chance to build up one of small sites into big one, why not, do it. You can do interesting things when you have a brand. So far I'm building smaller sites but if chance comes up I would use it.

    P.S. Add in-text ads such as Infolinks to complement AdSense too, can be nice source of additional income!
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    Any updates from the OP?..
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  • Profile picture of the author ChanceNine
    Long run... Yes. But short run you will have a hard time keeping up with the sites including content and seo. But if you got time and if you are well focused, there is nothing impossible. Good luck to you. Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author Des Lau
    Obvious answer is yes.

    The key is time management, and with that, comes outsourcing. Your time is too valuable and there are so many others who can do the job 10X faster than yourself. Just project manage and you'll get there.
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  • Profile picture of the author IndianGal
    wow...
    how can i get down to doing this?
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    • Profile picture of the author John Romaine
      Originally Posted by IndianGal View Post

      wow...
      how can i get down to doing this?
      Trust me, you don't want to.

      I can only imagine it would be a logistical nightmare, just one algorithm change away from becoming a trainwreck.

      I cant understand why anyone would want 40 sites making $10 a day anyway.

      Wouldn't it make much more sense, as well as being much easier to manage, to simply have 1 site making $400 a day?
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      • Profile picture of the author IndianGal
        Originally Posted by ramone_johnny View Post

        Trust me, you don't want to.

        I can only imagine it would be a logistical nightmare, just one algorithm change away from becoming a trainwreck.

        I cant understand why anyone would want 40 sites making $10 a day anyway.

        Wouldn't it make much more sense, as well as being much easier to manage, to simply have 1 site making $400 a day?
        oh yes, this sounds like much more sense,
        but how do i make one site like this?
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        • Profile picture of the author John Romaine
          Originally Posted by IndianGal View Post

          oh yes, this sounds like much more sense,
          but how do i make one site like this?
          Through educating yourself.

          How do you fry an egg?

          You pick up a cook book. You read it. You apply the instructions.

          This business is no different, except I prefer mine poached.
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          • Profile picture of the author IndianGal
            Originally Posted by ramone_johnny View Post

            Through educating yourself.

            How do you fry an egg?

            You pick up a cook book. You read it. You apply the instructions.

            This business is no different, except I prefer mine poached.
            k..
            any suggestions on a great book to fry eggs?
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            • Profile picture of the author John Romaine
              Originally Posted by IndianGal View Post

              k..
              any suggestions on a great book to fry eggs?
              Amazon. Search under "cooking"

              Jokes aside, this is unfortunately a question that isnt easy to answer. Im sure if you spend enough time here on the forum, and perform adequate research, you'll find what you're looking for.
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      • Profile picture of the author theverysmartguy
        Originally Posted by ramone_johnny View Post

        Trust me, you don't want to.

        I can only imagine it would be a logistical nightmare, just one algorithm change away from becoming a trainwreck.

        I cant understand why anyone would want 40 sites making $10 a day anyway.

        Wouldn't it make much more sense, as well as being much easier to manage, to simply have 1 site making $400 a day?
        In an algo update you might lose 1 or 2 sites, even if you lost 10 that is still $300/day. But if you have ONLY one site making the $400/day and it gets hit, then you just lost your entire income.

        And you can't say that larger sites don't get hit, because they do. I would rather have a bunch of sites that require little to no work to maintain that make me about $10/day ea that ONE larger site that does the same thing.

        (What I mean by little to no work is by targeting low competition niches that are easy to rank that have enough buyers in them to make some decent money. The only thing you would need to maintain is by adding some content every once in awhile to keep it fresh, and pushing some backlinks to it every so often too.)

        You will of course have the duds like some people have mentioned, you just sell those off and let someone else build them up, while you sit and work on the performers to increase the income from them.

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        • Profile picture of the author John Romaine
          Originally Posted by theverysmartguy View Post

          In an algo update you might lose 1 or 2 sites, even if you lost 10 that is still $300/day. But if you have ONLY one site making the $400/day and it gets hit, then you just lost your entire income.

          And you can't say that larger sites don't get hit, because they do. I would rather have a bunch of sites that require little to no work to maintain that make me about $10/day ea that ONE larger site that does the same thing.

          (What I mean by little to no work is by targeting low competition niches that are easy to rank that have enough buyers in them to make some decent money. The only thing you would need to maintain is by adding some content every once in awhile to keep it fresh, and pushing some backlinks to it every so often too.)

          You will of course have the duds like some people have mentioned, you just sell those off and let someone else build them up, while you sit and work on the performers to increase the income from them.

          -- Jeff
          You make a good point Jeff, but my point was to build sites that bring in decent income, ie $4/500+ a day.

          Not crappy websites stuffed full of ads that make $5 a day.

          Sorry if my message was skewed in that previous post.
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          • Profile picture of the author theverysmartguy
            Originally Posted by ramone_johnny View Post

            You make a good point Jeff, but my point was to build sites that bring in decent income, ie $4/500+ a day.

            Not crappy websites stuffed full of ads that make $5 a day.

            Sorry if my message was skewed in that previous post.
            hahahaha..no prob.

            There are many different website models that people can go with. Each makes different levels of income.

            I myself prefer the mini-niche sites. However, my sites are the furthest away from being considered spam. or mini for that matter. Once their income starts to level off I have them around the 40 - 50 post mark ea.

            And like you I don't believe in filling up a site with ads; and with the latest algo update it is just a stupid thing to do.

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            • Profile picture of the author John Romaine
              Originally Posted by theverysmartguy View Post

              There are many different website models that people can go with. Each makes different levels of income
              All good dude, each to their own
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              • Profile picture of the author theverysmartguy
                Originally Posted by ramone_johnny View Post

                All good dude, each to their own
                For sure; if the world wasn't like that it would be a pretty boring place to live that is for damn sure.

                -- Jeff

                PS: BTW, I defend this type of business model because I firmly believe in it and know for a fact that it works quite well for me.
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                • Profile picture of the author John Romaine
                  Originally Posted by theverysmartguy View Post

                  For sure; if the world wasn't like that it would be a pretty boring place to live that is for damn sure.

                  -- Jeff

                  PS: BTW, I defend this type of business model because I firmly believe in it and know for a fact that it works quite well for me.
                  If it works for you, and you can manage it, then I guess thats a good thing. Myself personally, couldn't think of anything worse than having hundreds of sites scattered all over the place making a few dollars a day each.

                  Its just not something, I personally, would find a) appealing b) manageable.

                  My current goal at this point, is to have 10 sites selling high end info products at $500 each and work towards an average of 6 sales a day across the board.

                  Thats todays goal, tomorrow it might be ice cream and cake.

                  Which ever way it goes, Im learning something and staying out of trouble
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                  • Profile picture of the author theverysmartguy
                    Originally Posted by ramone_johnny View Post

                    If it works for you, and you can manage it, then I guess thats a good thing. Myself personally, couldn't think of anything worse than having hundreds of sites scattered all over the place making a few dollars a day each.

                    Its just not something, I personally, would find a) appealing b) manageable.

                    My current goal at this point, is to have 10 sites selling high end info products at $500 each and work towards an average of 6 sales a day across the board.

                    Thats todays goal, tomorrow it might be ice cream and cake.

                    Which ever way it goes, Im learning something and staying out of trouble
                    I like ice cream and cake!!

                    If my sites don't give me $10/day after 90 days I sell them off. In the end though, $10/day/site is a bare MINIMUM for me. It is just a nice round number to shoot for.

                    I would love to have EACH of my sites eventually making me $100/day. But ya gotta start some where right?

                    Wow!! That is some info product for $500. But that is a great goal to have. Set some goals; start at 1 sale a day, and then just rinse and repeat that method until you reach your goal. As long as you have a proper plan in place there is no way to fail to be honest.

                    That basically goes with any VIABLE business model. If you have a good plan and you stick with it and be consistent, you will see success.

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      • Profile picture of the author wolfmmiii
        Originally Posted by John Romaine View Post

        Trust me, you don't want to.

        I can only imagine it would be a logistical nightmare, just one algorithm change away from becoming a trainwreck.

        I cant understand why anyone would want 40 sites making $10 a day anyway.

        Wouldn't it make much more sense, as well as being much easier to manage, to simply have 1 site making $400 a day?
        Probably the most sensible thing I've read in the thread.
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  • Profile picture of the author srh41
    get a hold of Bill Guthrie's "Market Social Blueprint" well worth it.... I have it.... go to the search box here on the forum and type it in, then buy it!
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  • Profile picture of the author martworld
    Yes, its a reasonable goal. Can be achieved if done right.
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  • Profile picture of the author wiseme11
    It is workable provided you have a good system to keep track of it. It has no point of creating 40 websites and just let it be in the search engine like some of the gurus advised.
    You will earn nothing if you sit and wait. There are still works behind your website. How sure are you that your websites content surely work ? Do you have good keyword to help in the search ? Do you have quality backlink to your 40 sites ? I would suggest to do it one by one or to find a website that have multiple income streams.
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  • Profile picture of the author derekwong28
    The 80/20 rule percolates through IM. If you have 40 sites, the chances are a few will make most of your money. At any one time, I have 500 to 1500 websites and I know this to be true. The idea is to concentrate on the few and leave the rest alone.
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    • Profile picture of the author zakizarifah
      Originally Posted by derekwong28 View Post

      The 80/20 rule percolates through IM. If you have 40 sites, the chances are a few will make most of your money. At any one time, I have 500 to 1500 websites and I know this to be true. The idea is to concentrate on the few and leave the rest alone.
      I hope to have 500 to 1500 site too.
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  • Profile picture of the author solado
    Out of 10 websites I build only 2 are really worth keeping even if the numbers look good (dont know about other peoples results). It might take a while to build up that many websites and might cost a little money - but yes its doable.
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  • Profile picture of the author theverysmartguy
    Originally Posted by Ron Hitson View Post

    This is dumb and a waste of time.

    If you build 1 solid review website you can earn way more than the 40/$10 a day websites.

    It's a foolish goal. How are you going to manage and promote all of those?

    You can earn $10k-$15K/month from 1 website.
    The concept of throwing all your eggs into 1 basket does come to mind.

    The concept of a $10/day army of sites is that they don't need to be constantly attended day in and day out. They are created with easy keyword ranking in mind. And in this sense they will need very little attention. The only time you might want to attend to these types of sites is to make them grow beyond the $10/day range.

    Remember, there are plenty of website business models out there. And everyone is making money off of them. It all goes with your tastes.

    So saying that it is a foolish goal is kind of ignorant. Maybe his personality fits perfectly with this type of business model. There are TONS of people right on this forum that use that business model as their bread and butter.

    And then there are tons of people on this forum that build just 1 site and make a killing off of it too.

    I for one couldn't build just one ( remember those Lays commercials? "Bet you can't have just one." ). For starters I would be a bit paranoid that something might happen to it and I would lose my income. Maybe that is just me? Even though I am sure there are plenty of people who have that same mentality.

    Each business model has its ups and downs, even the one you mentioned.

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  • Profile picture of the author pow999
    It is possible. I myself am doing it. I already owned the domains though. My Goal was 1000 mini sites x $10/month = $10,000/month. first tranche am developing 500 and see how it goes. will have 200 by the end of the month up and running. Will give an update in the thread i had started. I owned the domains, unlimited hosting account in place and budgeted $5k for development and had a prudent goal of $10 per domain per month to begin with. I owned the domain names and worked backwards.

    you can research get names which have atleast 1000 exact match on google/month which are high cpc and develop. Good Luck It is possible. (just do it
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  • Profile picture of the author sloanjim
    there are hard ways and easier ways to make money This is a HARD way.....I wouldn't bother. Rather built max 2 authotity sites to $5k+ per month! EASIER!

    Some Dr's are f*** useless and make $150k+ per annum

    Some nurses,teachers,bin men workd their asses off for $30k

    Think before you commit.
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    • Profile picture of the author AfteraDream
      Originally Posted by sloanjim View Post

      there are hard ways and easier ways to make money This is a HARD way.....I wouldn't bother. Rather built max 2 authotity sites to $5k+ per month! EASIER!

      Some Dr's are f*** useless and make $150k+ per annum

      Some nurses,teachers,bin men workd their asses off for $30k

      Think before you commit.
      Totally wrong... It's not easier... try both business models then judge.

      It's nothing hard to upload an article every month and buy a link package every 3-4 months. Maybe even less frequently... You can hire VA too for that..

      And btw, some small niche sites can earn 2k or more too so going after many small sites model doesn't mean you won't have big winners!
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  • Profile picture of the author Rough Outline
    This is certainly a valid method. But I'd work on 1 or 2 sites, then move onto the next ones. Don't try and start up 40 sites at the same time all on your own, because you'll end up having 40 rubbish websites.

    But if you give each site the attention and work it needs before moving onto the next, then you will have a lot of high quality sites.

    The problem with building lots of sites, is that people think you can just churn out rubbish sites and they'll make considerable amounts of money. You need to give each site care and attention.
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    i have working on it, and some sites have $3 - $5 per day.
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  • Profile picture of the author RichardDin
    It's more easy to work on a big single business, than maintaining 40 niche sites, that are required a lot of content
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  • Profile picture of the author seobro
    Right now i page has web hosting for unlimited domains at $3.50 per month, and each domain name is approx $10 per year. I know you can get cheap .info domain names. However, .info is seen by search engines as spam. I once got a .com domain name and for 99 cents extra I got the .info and it was a waste of time and money. Google never did rank the .info and it got very little traffic - near zero. OK as they say - your mileage may vary.
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