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How To Make $1000 Every Month with Pay Per View Blogging

Updated on August 1, 2014

Pay Per View Blogging is all about how much visitors you get on your blog! There are hundreds of blog sites who pay anywhere from $1-$5 for 1,000 views. If you blog for almost 6 months then it's very easy for you to make $1000 per month with PPV blogging. Now let's get in and see actually how you can make $1000 per month with PPV blogging!


Let's say you have signed for a blogging platforms which pays you $2 for every 1,000 views. You write 3 blogs every day, 5 days of a week. And each of your blog is getting 1,000+ views per month. Now let's calculate:

You're posting 3 blogs per day. 3*5=15 blogs per week and 15*4=60 blogs in a month.

So, you're total making 60*$2=$120 on your first month blogging(You can make more if your blog gets more visitors)

So, on the 2nd month you will have 120 blogs published for you. (60 blogs of your 1st month and 60 blogs of your running month)

So, after the 2nd month you'll start to make 120*$2=$240!

Fast forward to the 6th month, you'll have 360 blogs posted online. That means 360*$2=$720!

So, after 7-8 months you'll be able to make $1000(+-) every month. It's not a get rich quick scheme. You have to write on a daily basis and you also have to write quality blogs. It can be on any subject! But you have to write unique content as well. Otherwise, this profession is not for you. It' not one way another.


After you make some money, things will become so easy for you. You can hire 3-4 freelancers to write for you. It's a good technique to publish more blogs. You can get a 500+ words unique articles written for only $1! So, with spending $100, you will get 100 blogs! And with those 100 blogs you'll be able to make $200 not for only one month but for a monthly basis. You will be making $200 every single month with spending only $100. Isn't that great?

Again, it depends on your visitors. How much visitors you get will result in how much money you make. It' not the one way another. but you have to post quality blogs day in and out. Try your best to not miss a single day without posting blogs.

You don't have to worry about finding visitors. You just have to finds some suitable blogging sites and register for free and start posting your blogs. Finding visitors is up to the sites. If you write quality articles/blogs then you'll get a lot of visitors and that's for sure! You have to just concentrate on your blog's quality. Also,When you're new to blogging, no one knows you. With zero online reputation, you simply can't build trust. Without building trust it's very hard to make money online.

You can also create your own blog and start posting blogs. But that's a long term work. You have to do a lot of SEO works and marketing. But when you're with these blogging platforms, you don't have to worry about SEO and marketing. The platforms will take care of those. Also writing high quality articles/blogs isn't that easy! It may require you 1-2 hours to write 700+ words blog as a new blogger.


Remember upwards of 85% of bloggers never make $100 from blogging…You know why? Because they are not passionate and they are not hard-worker. They have no patience. They want to get rich quick maybe within 2 weeks. But in this business, you can't get rich within 2 weeks. In 2 weeks you can earn only a few cents or maybe nothing. It may require you 2 months or 2 years to establish yourself or to make $1000-$5000 per month.

If you REALLY want to make money blogging, don’t focus on monetizing or bringing traffic to your blogs in the first six months. Instead, build a thriving network around your blogs. When your blogs will get good feedback from other bloggers, then the visitors will be running towards your blogs and so as the money.

So, start writing blogs and start making money pay per view blogging! Have a nice day!

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      Bobbi Gould 

      2 years ago

      Thanks for the tip! My blog is 1fungrltravels.com and I appreaciate the advice!

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