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Anyone making >=$250 a day?

Discussion in 'Reporting & Stats' started by J.P, Jul 26, 2005.

  1. LeeD

    LeeD Well-Known Member

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    #61
    100% agreed - I like what I do and who wants to quite working...you do that and then you die.
    SEMrush
     
    LeeD, Jul 29, 2005 IP
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  2. J.P

    J.P Notable Member

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    #62
    It's about not working in the bar anymore and just having that as a side business.. means more time on here :)
     
    J.P, Jul 29, 2005 IP
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    NiB Peon

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    #63
    I think it's not that had to earn $250 with one site on one day. It's much harder to keep it up at that level each day for a longer time.
     
    NiB, Jul 29, 2005 IP
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    Blogmaster Blood Type Dating Affiliate Manager

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    #64
    "Cause it's a bittersweet symhpony, this life
    Try to make ends meet, you're a slave to your money then you die ..."
     
    Blogmaster, Aug 3, 2005 IP
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    #65
    Jeez $250 per day - what a dream right now. I think I may make about 25 cents per day, so I just need to increase by turnover 1,000 times and I will be a happy man!
     
    andyd, Aug 4, 2005 IP
  6. forkqueue

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    #66
    I too wonder about all these people dreaming of retirement.

    I work 8-12 hour days six days a week (usually closer to 12 than 8!) and TBH I quite enjoy it, particularly when I log into my bank account and see all the cash that's there :p

    I really can't see myself ever wanting to retire. I used to think it'd be great to do six months work as hard as I am now, then have six months break etc, but realistically I'd find myself either thinking about work or killing my body with alcohol during my break periods.

    Maybe in thirty years I'll look back at my life and think I wasted my youth working, but at least I'll be able to do that from the comfort of a nice big comfortable house eh? ;)
     
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  7. fryman

    fryman Kiss my rep

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    #67
    I also love to work and can't wait to get back to a "normal" job... but I need to get out of this country first. A high executive earns about $2,500 a month if he is lucky, and getting that kind of jobs is almost impossible. The best you can hope for is one paying $1,000 a month for an 8-hour shift and working 6 days per week
     
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    Shoemoney $

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    #68
    I am getting the most out of this bull market with online advertising while its going on. I work 16 hour days 7 days a week for my own company.

    Buckets of money out there right now to be made in this business.

    Someday when the .com crash happens again I will take up old hobbies and play video games again and stufff like that...
     
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    ozgression Well-Known Member

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    #69
    You think it will crash again?
     
    ozgression, Aug 6, 2005 IP
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    wkw Well-Known Member

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    #70
    Can I move this thread to General Chat yet?
     
    wkw, Aug 6, 2005 IP
  11. fryman

    fryman Kiss my rep

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    #71
    lol... if you are going to move every thread that goes off-topic you are sure going to have lots of work here :D
     
    fryman, Aug 6, 2005 IP
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    #72
    The are frequent crashes in every single market - online and offline.
    All businesses go in cycles, the cycle length changes per business market.
    In the early days, the crashes are bigger (ie bigger drops from the top level) but as a business sector gets more mature then the crashes become a lower percentage of the high point - ie things start to find the correct levels.
    With the internet, things tend to happen quicker than in 'normal' offline buinesses and so the crashes will seem to come arround more often. But as with the offline world, if you build a business with diverse income then you can ride the crashes and survive to the next up-cycle.
    If your business is built well, then you'll make more and more money during the up-cycles and the idea is that that money can see you through the crashes (or down-turns).
     
    jlawrence, Aug 8, 2005 IP
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    fryman Kiss my rep

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    #73
    Nah, people learn from their errors, the dot.com business is alive and stronger than ever, the market is much more mature now, I wouldn't expect a crash at all.
     
    fryman, Aug 8, 2005 IP
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    #74
    u just need
    10 times more visitors with
    10 times more CTR value and
    10 times more cost per click value ......:)

    and U will be a happy man!

    ... if my math are correct...
     
    redmachine76, Aug 8, 2005 IP
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    #75
    It's got nothing to do with people learning from their errors or not.
    All businesses sectors go through the same growth cycles - up, down, up, down etc etc.
    I'm no business expert but I know this is fact.
    When you talk about a crash, it's not necessarily a big crash as such. As a sector gets more and more mature, the crashes (downturns) get smaller and smaller.
    It happens in every business sector - I think it's just more obvious in our dot.com sector. In our sector, the timescales are a lot shorter. I've seen it written that having an online business for one year is like having a 'normal' business for 5 years. So it would follow that the business cycles are also shorter.
     
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    #76
    if i was making that much then me and my wife could quit our day jobs lol
     
    freshprince, Aug 8, 2005 IP
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    #77
    $250 a day? well if I will earn that much too, it will be a better days for me. I rather be a fulltime website master
     
    kawebspy, Aug 8, 2005 IP
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    mp3sattack Peon

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    #78

    that's not a nice comment ¬¬
     
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    jlawrence Peon

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    #79
    Stuff being a full time anything :D
    I'd rather just lounge around doing whatever I felt like, and only had to work a couple of hours a day at most.
     
    jlawrence, Aug 8, 2005 IP
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    MattL Well-Known Member

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    #80
    My point was at that rate you either need a long time until retirement or you need to be lucky enough to live somewhere with a low cost of living.

    Didn't mean to sound nasty.....just a little sarcastic :)
     
    MattL, Aug 8, 2005 IP