If you’ve been blogging for more then a few months, you probably already know that making $5 a day with your blog is rather easy. I was able to do this on bloggernoob dot com right from the get go. Five dollars may not seem like much, but if you multiply it by 20, you got yourself a nice hundy bill. (hundy bill = hundred dollars) I know what you’re saying. Who has the time and energy to run 20 blogs? So very true. The time constraint makes it hard to monetize multiple blogs. Or does it? Regardless, making money by blogging is done five dollars at a time. The big fish make a bit more, but let’s be realistic noobs. You can make money online, but don’t expect to make six figures.
If five dollars a day is easy to reach, how hard do you think it would be to reach ten dollars a day? Not that difficult right? Just put in double the effort on your $5/day blog and you got it. Or, you could spread that $5 love around by setting up another blog.
When you start setting up multiple blogs, you realize that there is a definite time restraint. Even if you’re a fast writer (like me) it will take you at least 15 mins to write a readable post. Times that by 20 blogs and you’re talking about 5 hours of work. That’s a lot of work. Let’s dig a little deeper. If you can squeeze 5 dollars a day per blog for 20 blogs, and it only takes you 15 mins to write a post, isn’t it worth it? You’ll making $100/day by working 5 hours. It’s not a lot of money, but the income is better then most entry level jobs. Anyway, i don’t expect you to update all 20 blogs every day. On most of those blogs, just update once a week. That’s what i do and i’ve turned a lot of them into $5 a day blogs.
If a hundred dollars a day doesn’t tempt you, think about the kicker. The kicker is that your blogs have potential for growth. Out of your 20 blogs, a few will start getting google page rank. And when that happens, you can sell private ads. Also, you are growing assets. Your developed blogs can later be sold for thousands of dollars. You see what i’m getting at? This little scenario shows the potential of multiple blogging doesn’t it? I’m not about making a quarter of a million dollars from my laptop in Hawaii. I’m about good old fashioned work. Hard work. I’m talking about getting rich by making $5 a day. Sure you might even become a 6 figure blogger. (most likely not) But if you work at it, you could easily become a 5 figure blogger. Especially if you run multiple blogs.