Maybe it is not the easiest, but this is certainly a walk in the park. Here's an example of what thinking out side of the box is like. Just go to Digital Point, visit the Sites section. Go 5-20 pages back, and find sold sites. Find the top bidder or the winner of the site, and offer content in the niche of the site he/she bought. If it was an autoblog, it might be harder to offer, since you will have to convince him/her that unique content is better than copied. I know several people buy sites and never bother writing content or finding someone to do it. As far as I know, this idea is an untapped market. Don't complain you can't make $20/day ever again! Questions? Ask. Comments? Tell. Tips? Share. Macdonjo3 EDIT: Your profit and earnings will strictly depend on your quality, your native language and time invested. If you spend 12 hours a day, you are in a native English country (US, Canada, etc), and you take the time to do proper research, then I see no problem hitting the $50-100/day mark. If you are from another country and very weak with English and rush the work and only spend a few hours a day, I would expect $10/day at the most because it might be hard for you to find customers if your English is poor.