Satellite Site Income November

In my attempt to turn websites into my full time business, I’m finding that the “satellite sites” we’re building are becoming a more important factor into the equation that will ultimately determine whether we can make the jump. I mentioned in an earlier post that the 10 sites that we had up were bringing in an average of $36.74 in October, so I felt shooting for $50 a site (rather than the $100 I had originally mentioned) would be a reasonable goal. This past month saw a nice increase in profits from the majority of these sites (as I did a bit more promotion of them).

As mentioned before, there is basically no cost (except time) for me to build these sites as we alr

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4 Responses to Satellite Site Income November

  1. Michael says:

    Nice work. Things seem to being ok with the new sites. Like everything it just takes time. I have a site which I made earlier this year to try and sell real-estate, and other than the few hours I put into make the site, it has made $30 this month. I have given up trying to sell real-estate for now at least, but it is amazing how sites left by themselves can do reasonably well.

    December/January was fairly good for me last year in terms of affiliate sales and especially money from dating sites. I don’t know what will happen with Adsense. Anyway, I will be taking some time off, relaxing and planning a big year for 2006!

  2. Jacked Tunes says:

    Finally, a guy who’s posting real numbers and telling everyone how he’s reached them. More posts like this one would contribute to an awesome “how-to” collection for people who live online. Keep on.

  3. Caitlin says:

    I’m becoming very interested in this type of business and I’m enjoying reading about your success. I may need to get serious about doing something similar soon…I’m not sure my company’s going to make it. sigh.

  4. pfadvice says:

    This would be quite difficult to pull off without the main site since it allows me to send people to the satellite sites. It also helps to have a newsletter with 5000 subscribers who are looking for information on how to save money. I think these satellite site would be a lot less successful if I didn’t have the main site and that main site has taken a LOT of time to build…I think we are going on our 4th year in different forms for that site. We’re beginning to see a payoff now, but we’ve put in a ton of hours where we weren’t receiving anything for the work we were doing.

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