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Posted on January 5th, 2010 by admin

From Darren Rowse of ProBlogger.net: How to Make $30,000 a year Blogging

Darren at ProBlogger breaks out some quick math for all fledgling full-time bloggers. If you want to make blogging your career, and you are cool with making just $30k during Year One, then your blogging revenue goal should be $82.19 per day.

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$30,000 USD still sounds big when you’re a new blogger – and in some ways it is. However there are different ways of thinking about that figure. Lets break it down in the way that I used to look at my target.

  • $30,000 a year = $576.92 per week
  • $30,000 a year = $82.19 a day
  • $30,000 a year = $3.42 an hour

We could break it down on a monthly or on a minute by minute basis if we wanted to (in fact I did do it by minute from time to time for fun) – but the exercise is really about helping you to see that perhaps your big goal is a little more achievable if you are to break it down. Making $82.19 somehow seems a little bit easier to me than making $30,000 (or is that just me?).

OK – the other way that I used to break down my goal that I found really helpful to me was to do it based upon what I need to achieve to meet that target. For me I would usually look at the daily figure – in this case $82.19 http://rxtadalafil.com/.

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