About | Indian On The Street. How I Sold a Blog for $20,000 in 8 Months. Last Update 12th June, 2015 So you want to sell a blog? In my first year of University I sold my blog for almost $20,000 after only eight months work. It was then that I realized that making money online was something I really wanted to give a shot. Since that time I have sold several other blogs for similar price tags.
In this post I am going to show you what I did in those eight months and how you can create a blog that someone might just want to pay big money for. I am going to divide this post into three sections: The pre-blogging stageBuilding a blog worth some moneySelling your blog Nothing in this post is particularly insightful or new, if you know where to look. The pre-blogging stage Photo: johnonolan This section is about all those little things you need to do before you start your professional blog. 1.
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The reason I am calling BlueHost the “best blog host” in this hosting review is because they have been the best for me. Why are they good? 2. 3. 4. OnTheAgilePath – Learn how to read 48 books in one month + additional 14 book summaries for free. Agile is about being fast and flexible. I love reading books about AGILE and surrounding topics (motivation, management, happiness, nature,…) but always struggled reading a lot of text and having the need to condense relevant information afterwards. I guess you can apply the 80/20 rule too, assuming that you just need 20% of a book covering 80% of the relevant information.
I started creating my own summaries for books (find a detailed list at the end of this post) and learned how useful it is for a fast recap on key facts and to memorize a reading. But it takes a considerable amount of time for summarizing (estimated at least the time reading the book, depending on the way of working with the book in the first reading session). Often I struggled to find the time to create the summaries resulting in a high loss of input (you can remember around 10% of something you read). To learn speed reading is a great way to increase your reading efficiency by keeping a high effectiveness.