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If you wrote a blog post today, how much money would it earn you? Would it be worth it?
If you spent $100 outsourcing an article, would you get your money back? How long until you made a profit on it?
In today’s episode, we are going to be discussing exactly this – how you can calculate how much money new blog posts are likely to make you so you know if it’s worth your time and/or money.
This is super valuable to know if you are making decisions on outsourcing and whether it’s worth paying for content but also to know if it’s worth your own time.
I’m also sharing the latest figures from my Malaysia site case study. Malaysia has finally opened its borders to the world and these are my figures from this first month. It’s so good and I’m so excited what is to come!
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Here’s an overview of what we talked about today:
- Traffic and income for my Malaysia site in April
- What I plan to do next for this site
- How I work out how much an article is worth to my site. That is, how much money each new article can produce
- How I use these figures to work out what content to produce
- How you can calculate this yourself even if you are new to blogging
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Links Mentioned In This Episode
- Dive Into Malaysia – My Malaysia site
- Episode 34 – My last case study update
- All case study updates so far
You can ask questions about this episode (or anything else) in the DNW Facebook group at DNWcommunity.com.
Next episode, I’ll share more about what’s happening with my Malaysia site as well as my new sites I’ve been building up with no link building. I look forward to talking to you then!