Are You Tired Of Not Making Money From Your Blog?

It’s a sad fact, but most people do not make much money from their blogs even if they work very hard.

Tomorrow I have a video that I hope will change that and if you can spare some time to watch the video, I hope I can help you too.

The video is 32 minutes long and explains the system of blogging I’ve used for the past two years to make at least $10,000 per month from my blog – up to as much as $35,000 in my best months! It did however take me almost two years of not-so-successful blogging to figure the system out.

It’s not a complicated system and best of all, you don’t need to have a ridiculous amount of traffic going to your blog each day to make it work. You need some traffic of course, but this system can run profitably off as little as a few hundred daily visitors.

The system is about leveraging the traffic you do get for big results, rather than struggling to monetize the few page views you get each day when you are not an A-List blogger.

Thousands of people already use this style of Internet marketing to great success – unfortunately most bloggers do not.

I’ll have the link to the video for you tomorrow. For now, I need you to do some homework before watching the video.

Your Homework

If you are tired of making peanuts from your blog and sick of watching others have success while you struggle, it’s time to pay attention and make changes.

If you don’t earn a good living online today, yet you have been working towards that goal for months or years, you are probably doing something WRONG.

It’s time to stop repeating the things don’t work and stop thinking all those negative thoughts about how your projects fail, and make some changes to how you think and what actions you take each day.

It’s only through change that you can improve yourself and start getting the results you desire.

That’s enough motivational speak for now.

What I want you to do, if you have decided to come with me on this journey towards creating your own profitable blogging system, is read these two primer articles if you have not done so already –

Life Portability: Mixing Travel, Business and Pleasure In One Seamless Lifestyle

Pay special attention in this article to the part were I talk about blogging as a “Page View Slave”. If you don’t know what that is, you must read this article and understand the mistake you are probably making right now.

After reading that article, take a look at this one –

Why Don’t Bloggers Understand Email Marketing?

This article was only published last week, however you may not have read it. It’s critical you do read this article because it offers the perfect pre-training for the video presentation I have for you tomorrow.

It’s Time To Make Changes

I want to make a difference to how you think about building an Internet business using your blog.

I want to raise your awareness and make you see where the real potential is for significant success, if you can just make a few changes to how you go about blogging and marketing online presently.

Read those two articles, understand the background details, and tomorrow watch the video I release to complete the big picture.

This is not hard, but it does require you take a few minutes out of your day and absorb what I have to say and then, as always, begin the actions necessary to reap rewards from what you learn.

I’ll speak to you tomorrow.


About Yaro Starak

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  • It seems that it’s more difficult for a small, individual blog with a strong voice to make money. From everything I’ve been reading lately, it appears that the blogs at the top are the ones who are pumping out the lists and trying to land a bullseye on the front page of Digg. Is it possible for a small blog trafficking in only personality to make the same money as the big dogs? For the future of discourse, I hope so.

    • It’s all about building on previous success.

      If you can get to about 100 daily readers to your blog, you should be able to convert about 5 of them to an email list each day too.

      Increase the traffic to your blog, increase the opt-ins to the list, which add to the previous opt-ins.

      Aim for 1000 email subscribers, do a launch, then aim for 3000 subscribers, do another launch…and so on.

      Incremental improvement driven by the momentum you build at your blog.

      • This is my first comment on your site. I have been working my site for a couple of months. Yesterday, was my big hit, more than 100 unique visitors. How can convert them to subscribe? And does every blog makes money on subscription? I wonder.

  • I’m looking forward to watching the video tomorrow. I’m sure I’ll learn something important.

    I’ve been online long enough to know that some of my activities result in making money and some don’t. I guess the 80/20 rule applies here. The trick is to figure out what 20% is the real money makers and concentrate on them.

    I’ve been in the process of boiling my online activities down and figuring out where to put my focus. I’m sure your video will be revealing.

    • You’re spot on with the 80/20 rule Edward. It’s the basis for everything I do with my business today.

  • Looking forward to the video.

    Thank you for two great articles.

  • Looking forward to that video πŸ™‚

    I’ve been taking all these lessons to heart, still with tons of room for improvement though, but just taking it 1 day and a time… and still wishing I had a couple of clones lol

  • I’m looking forward too and I’m already excited.

    I’m curious if I can use your system for my blog in German. When you write in German you have a smaller potential audience. But perhaps it’s just a small difference. If I learn to earn only 2’000$ instead of 10’000$ like you, then I can live with it. πŸ™‚

    • German is no problem – there are at least a few other people who speak and read German in the world right? πŸ˜‰

      I think any non-English languages represent huge opportunities because they are not tapped yet.

      Especially the big European languages from countries full of wealthy people. Also places like Japan, China and India which have massive populations.

  • I’m looking forward to the video Yaro.

    I started my blog a few months ago and I’m looking out to make some money.

  • yes…
    am definitely tired of blogging at times and not earning much.
    compared to the days when i dont even have a blog, i could earn more with just posting in google groups.

    looking forward 2 ur video.

    -super blogger –

  • Yaro,

    I’m all sweaty, anxiously wait for your upcoming video! πŸ˜€

    I believe it is on of the top issue in today’s blogging world – and it’s my issue, as well!

    I understand that email marketing is key, like you’ve mentioned in your previous posts and newsletters. I just still don’t get it – not yet… I need a little revelation from you πŸ™‚


  • Yaro – you put up very nice thoughts.

    Really looking forward for the video.

  • Looking forward to the video.

    Thank you for the great article Yaro.

  • if it took you two years I’ve still got hope!


    I’m 2 months into blogging on my new site and your Video will be Heaven Sent for me to view. I can’t wait!

  • Inspiring articles! So envy of your “mobile lifestyle”. Leveraging your time, automate the online business is vital for us to enjoy the “moblie lifestyle”. Email marketing play an important role to automate the online business and build relationship with the subscribers.

    To Your Success
    Bryan Hee

  • Jeff

    Thanks for the great info Yao. Right now I’m using blogspot as my blog host. There is very limited design capabilities however. Would you suggest tyepad or wordpress instead? What is the best blog site to use?


    • WordPress mate. I’ve got that advice written all over the place πŸ˜‰

  • I think the breaking point for a blog is when the owner does something remarkable and different. It maybe a piece of linkbait, or some innovative tool or something like that. Even if a blog were to get 10000 visitors from search engines, unless the brand is established, the real growth doesn’t happen.

  • That will be great tip to convert all visitors into subscribers because we get hundred’s of unique visitors from search engines every day and some receive thousands but are not able to convert even 10 percent of them to our subscribers.

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