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Does this seem possible?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by jmcs23, Jun 24, 2012.

  1. jmcs23

    jmcs23 Regular Member

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    100 sites that make $1+ per day.

    With all the time I've spent doing various methods that failed or only produced results for a period of time, I could probably have 100 sites already. So instead of focusing on the short term I think I should focus on the long term.

    I'm in no hurry to have 100 sites, but do you guys think it's possible to have 100 sites that make $1+ per day???

    I know it would be a shit load of content to keep up, but if I make "full time" money then I can devote myself to it like a full time job.

    So what do you guys think? Would it be worth my time?
     
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    Very easily possible mate. How do you plan on monetizing? Most definitly not worth your time in my opinion. You would be better off creating a few hubs or lenses and monetizing them, way easier to manage and dont cost as much.
     
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    As far as monetizing, I would use Adsense, Amazon, affiliate programs, depending on the type of site it is.

    What are hubs and lenses? The only thing that rings a bell would be Squidoo, which I don't have any experience with. Maybe you can point me in the right direction so I can learn more about them.
     
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    hubpages and squidoo have very easy to use interfaces. Adsense in my expierence are very strict and your site needs to meet terms of service but if you have a hub you just write the content and post. Have you got good knowledge of keyword research and SEO?

    Trust me 100 sites would be very hard to manage, and adsense require you to update your site regullarly and google search also takes regular updating into account in my opinion. But if you use hubpages it's a lot easier manage and you could easily have some good cash flow with 100 hubs, thats only 100 pages.

    When you say 100 sites do you mean 100 sites or 100 pages?
     
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    jmcs23 Regular Member

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    My keyword research and SEO is still a work in progress :p

    I mean 100 sites, not just 100 pages. So each site would have pages of original content.

    So with Hubpages & Squidoo, you just create 1 page of content?
    Is keyword research required for them or do you just create a page there and people will come regardless of keyword/niche?

    Thanks!
     
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    No you can create multiple pages on each site. 100 sites is a lot of work, trust me even 10 sites is a lot of work. Start with one idea and build that up, like choose a certain niche buy website and create relevant pages and work off that.

    You will need proper keyword research in order to get organic targeted traffic but there are other forms of promotion but organic converts better because its targeted (if keyword research is done properly).
     
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    I think in today's internet you should thinking about quality rather than quantity. When auto blogging was popular and worked you could set up blogs with thousands of posts in less than hour. If you had the money for domain names and hosting, you easily could set up a hundred in a week or two. Remember the mage.

    This was a shotgun approach. After a year at renewal time you keep the ones making money and get rid of the losers.

    There are many threads on this forum about creating different sites that can make money. Follow the winners. Provide value to the end user.
    Build one site at a time till you reach a hundred.

    Best Alan
     
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    jmcs23 Regular Member

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    Thanks for the input. My plan was to produce quality (but not authority) sites one at a time and just keep going until I reached 100. I wouldn't be creating 'MFA' sites like people used to do in the past. I would create the sites with original content and a good amount of it, then move on to the next site.

    I think the biggest challenges would be keyword research, creating all of the original content, and then ranking the site. I'm getting better at keyword research, I can write content but it's not fun, and as far as ranking a site; I'm still learning the best way to do that with all the recent Google updates.

    I guess the only way to find out if this is going to work is to try and see what happens!
     
  9. Emmett

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    Reading this and seeing Spids suggestion about lenses really makes me think about how you can monetize off of a Squidoo lense.. If you're just writing an article, how are you supposed to monetize off it? Only CPA offers, or leading to a LP form inside that lens or something? Or how exactly does that work?
     
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    jmcs23 Regular Member

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    I was poking around on Squidoo and I came across a person who has a ton of lenses. I looked at a couple of her lenses and I noticed two ways she was monetizing.
    She had a lens talking about birds and she had links using an affiliate program to sell bird posters.
    She also had a lens about salt & pepper shakers and she had Amazon links to buy some.
     
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    Definitely doable, a friend of mine has 300 sites that make $1-$2 a day.
     
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    $1-$2 a day PER site i hope ;)
     
  13. chizel21

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    Lol, $3 a day for 300 sites would suck lol


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