Thursday, November 15, 2007

How to Make Money with Minisites: Post #5 of Freelance Writer's Technology Month

Did you know that this month is Freelance Writer’s Technology Month? What’s this all about. For a full understanding of what follows, I advise that you read this post first. Now, on to today’s post ...

When many think of making money online, they dream of building one website (or these days, a blog), getting boocoo advertisers and raking in the dough. Yesterday, we discussed software tools for niche sites, ie, software that helps you easily create a few niche websites and blogs.

Many online entrepreneurs have taken this more subtle approach, turning $1/day into an online empire. Instead of building one "industry-leading site," they've gone another route. And, many are raking in some non-too-shabby profits. How are they doing it?

Read on.

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UPDATE 11/30/07: Following is a link to every post in the Freelance Writer's Technology Month series.

Intro Post: New Series - Freelance Writer's Technology Month

Post #1: The 4 Fundamentals of Making Money Online

Post #2: SEO Content Development: How to Drive More Traffic to Your Website

Post #3: Niche Marketing: How to Choose a Profitable Niche

Post #4: Software Tools for Niche Websites

Post #5: Turn $1/Day into an Online Empire: How to Make Money with Minisites

Post #6: 4 Controversial Ways to Get More Traffic for Your Website

Post #7: 5 Ways to Get a Job Writing SEO Articles

Post #8: How to Determine What to Charge as an SEO Article Writer

Post #9: How to Optimize Your Website to Get More Traffic

Post #10: Social Bookmarking Software & 9 Money-Making Conclusions from Freelance Writer’s Technology Month
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Deborah said...

This is a really interesting concept I hadn't thought of. I'm going to go back to yesterday's article to find out more! Thanks!


Inkwell Editorial said...

Thanks Deborah. It can be a really lucrative way to make money online -- but it still requires knowing how to promote effectively. This applies no matter what enterprise you start.

Continued success,