Daily Blog Tips just posted a list of 28 ways (beating out the meager 6 ways I posted earlier) to make money with your web site.
The last few are really stretching it. Selling a book, creating a conference and mentoring others, among others, are age old ways to make money. Just because a web site is involved somehow doesn’t mean you’re making money with your web site. I could stick an advertisement on a telephone pole and explain how I make money with telephone poles, but it’s just the medium.
Still, there a lot of good ideas. I’ve heard of almost all of them too, which is encouraging. My problem is that I get so interested in learning about new ways to make money that I don’t actually do any of them. Among the things I’ve learned is that it’s a common malady.
Actually, in my case it’s not entirely true that I haven’t taken action. I have made some extra money, I would just like more. In round numbers I made $30 with Clickbank, $100 with ShoppingAds (you can see the ads on the US Coin Gallery), $70 on Commission Junction and $4 with NeverBlue ads. So I’m making some extra money here and there, but I haven’t taken it to the next level.
If you’re curious what “the next level is”, I’ll give you a hint – over $200,000 a month qualifies.
Can you imagine making $200,000 a month? It’s hard to even fathom making that much money online. It’s even harder to fathom making that much when you’re 19 years old. If Paul Borque keeps making that kind of income he’ll be able to retire at the ripe old age of 25.
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