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Blog and Retire Case Study Week 52

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Week 52 is the last week. Quite frankly, to be honest, I am in total Thanksgiving mode right now and I think I’ve currently lost my brain and I don’t know where to find it.

If you want to know what’s in Week 52, buy it. Go ahead, you can view week 52 for $2. Just send $2 to my paypal account and I’ll send you the link to Blog and Retire Week 52. Not only will you uncover the secret I’m keeping, but you’ll also get a ton of tips. I have 46 tips, tasks, tricks, and suggestions in Week 52 that will help you with your blogging.

Another thing, if you ever help me, I usually return the favor seven-fold. So it’ll never hurt to share a post and let me know you did. Or buy the full ecourse for $97 (because it’s really worth about $2000, plus it comes with complete full access to the Blog and Retire members area). In fact, you could easily make $2000 in a year (you should definitely make more if you actually do everything in the course) by following each and every step in Blog and Retire University. So if you think of it that way, $97 is super cheap. Also, I give you a one year money back guarantee. If you don’t like where you end up after using the course for one year, you will get all your money back.

I don’t really care if this is a salesy post. I’m over worrying about that. I’m giving it to you straight, just like I do in the ecourse. So if you want to know what you need to do to make money blogging, get the course. It covers everything, literally, and it will be everything you need to know, but not only that, it’s in step by step format, day by day, for an entire year. So you’ll never be lost, and you’ll never wonder what you should do next. How easy is it to follow a to-do list with exact instructions on how to do each thing on your list? Well, that’s what Blog and Retire University is. So hop on it right now and get it for yourself. And if you’re scared of possibly losing $97 (that you’d definitely make up and then some if you’d just follow my instructions) and you want Week 1 for free, click here (UPDATE: Week 1 is no longer free because it is just too awesome to give away). Quite frankly, if you’re lazy, you’re never going to be successful. If you’re ready to take action, then start now.

Case Study Blog Stats

This week I wrote 2 posts. That’s it. That’s all I did for my house blog. And just for fun, and since I’ve shown you my stats every week for the last year, here are the house blog stats for November so far:

  • Unique Visitors: 4,698
  • Number of Visits: 11,271
  • Number of Pageviews: 28,567
  • Number of Hits: 129,867
  • Links around the web: 587
  • Search Keyphrases: 795
  • Twitter Tweets: 5,359, Following: 3,097, Followers: 2,874
  • Fans on 1house1couple’s Facebook page: 223

 
Still getting steady traffic with barely any work. I’m talking about spending maybe one hour this entire past week on my blog and I received over 1300 unique visitors, and over 9,000 pageviews. That may not be a lot compared to huge blogs, but big blogs spend a heck of a lot more time and are a heck of a lot older than 1 year. So, for a blog that is just one year old, and only spending one hour of work a week, getting that much traffic is basically awesome.

I myself made $1,301.64 cents (not counting this month) on my house blog in my first year, and I only did about 15% of the tasks in the Blog and Retire ecourse (especially toward the end). And since every task becomes exponential in benefits and results, I probably would have made well over $20,000 on this particular blog if I actually did everything in the course as suggested. As I said before, I’m the type of person who doesn’t try to make money if I don’t need more money (what can I say, I’m not greedy. And money doesn’t feed the soul). I also did a lot more of the traffic-getting techniques rather than the money-making techniques I explain in the course.

Most of the money was made from doing sponsored blog posts. The other majority of money I made was from ads.

I started my house blog without using any success I already had. I started it as if any of you were to just start a blog today from scratch. I created a blog from a whole new topic that I never blogged about before and I gained all new traffic and readers, all from scratch. So my success can be repeated (but done even better by actually doing it all).

So how long does it take to make money blogging? Well, it depends on what you do and it depends on how much you do for your blog. If you “blog and retire“, then you’re doing it right.

I probably won’t do another Case Study update (unless something really really cool happens). For now, I’m just going to keep doing what I do best and that is live life. Sometimes I’ll blog, sometimes I won’t. But I will always give you the best of the best and teach you anything I come across that you should know.

Thanks for sticking with me.

***UPDATE: Full statistics for the entire month of November 2012:

  • Unique Visitors: 6,281
  • Number of Visits: 16,147
  • Number of Pageviews: 39,789
  • Number of Hits: 183,542
  • Links around the web: 727
  • Search Keyphrases: 1,155

 

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