Let’s play with some number here. Specifically, let’s talk about the median annual income for people in the United States. According to the US Census Bureau in 2005, the median household income was roughly $46,000. The median annual earnings for someone in the labor force age 25 or older were $32,000. Let’s take the annual earnings number.
I started blogging on this blog a little over a month ago. I setup the blog back in July but didn’t do anything with it. It was left on the default wordpress theme with the default wordpress content. I was bored one day and decided to dive in. I’m really glad i did because my eyes have opened to the possibilities of internet business. I’m not just talking about blogs. I’m talking about other internet business too. Gotta start small then work my way up. You know the whole, “can’t fly into flying” thing. But anyway, since this is a blog let’s focus on blogging. Let’s take the 2005 US Census annual earnings figure. $32,000.
That’s not a lot of money but this is what people live off of. Hypothetically let’s try to make that with blogging.
BloggerNoob made over $700 during its first month. The number could go down next month but most likely it will go up. Let’s say for simplicity sake that BloggerNoob makes $700/month for a year. That’s $8400/year.
Now let’s set up another blog. Again for simplicity sake let’s set up another make money blog. It will take less time to set up the next blog but to keep it simple let’s give it a month to reach $700/month. Another $8400/year. You see the pattern? Repeat until you have 4 blogs that bring in $700/month. That brings the blogging annual earnings figure to $33,600. That’s $1,600 more then your average American salary. Not bad for working at home right? I’m no economist but makes logical sense don’t it?