Living off Webmastering?

Discussion in 'General Webmaster Chat' started by iJeff, Aug 7, 2007.

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    Is it truly possible to make a good, complete living off of webmastering, autoblogging, and SEO? I've seen quite the numbers on revenue generated by some websites. Has anyone actually made enough, consistently, to finance their lifestyle?
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    A few years back i used to get $200/day consistently. But yet again i had a real job also. Now when i go to uni and don't have time for a full time job i would have loved to earn as much but i was stupid enough to sell off most of my big money earners.

    Yes, it can be done. You just need a lot of patience and determination.
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    I'm in College, so I'm interested in making some money online. Not expecting anything amazing, but a little steady income would be great for me.

    What sort of sites were they?
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    Mobile phone related. I used to give away free videos in 3gp format and related applications.
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    Ah, interesting. I'm willing to put money down on Qdoos' success ;).
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    It is defenetely possible. This is why this business is so attractive ;)

    Qdoos is a great site but there will be a lot of work to come. Don't know how good the admin is :) but hope he does well.
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    I wouldn't mind having a site worth a couple thousand :)

    Although, a couple hundred would suffice.
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    Just don't get too excited and sell it when you do get there.
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    Thanks for the advice :)
    I'm trying to think of a way to get in on the Starcraft 2 excitement, :rolleyes:.

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