It is a dream for everyone to have a blog that earns more than our day job income. I wish my blog to earn me six figure incomes annually to quit day job. Of course, this kind of wishes is a dream for everyone to work at their leisure time at home using just a blog. There are several probloggers who actually reached this status and it does take years for them to be where they are now. Years of continuous support and strong dedication towards blogging could lead to financial freedom. But, when we will know that our blog is worth more than our day job salary? It is when you are making blogging income more than your day job income. You don’t have to spend 8 to 10 hours a day in office to reach this income figure. All you need is to know a perfect of blogging and keep updating your blog every single day.
I don’t see any problogger’s blog have less than 10k indexed pages in Google or any other search engines. It shows, they have actually created 10,000+ unique pages or blogpost to reach problogger status. It is not something that can be reached within months or a year by any single man or women. It may take years of continuous update with quality contents. The more quality pages indexed, the better will be our organic traffic and backlinks. This will attract high profile advertisers that willing to pay thousands of dollars to get their services or product endorsed in your blog. When you are still new or average bloggers, the income generated from blogs could be lower than $100 or less. Of course, it looks big when you multiply it by 20 or 30, which means you manage a set of 20 to 30 blogs that earns you $100 each a month. But, it is not easy to manage so many blogs even if you are a full time blogger.
My advice is to concentrate on one single blog to reach four figures or more income monthly. This way, you will have more experience and knowledge to get a second successful blog in no time. The moment your blogging income continuous to grow and exceeded your day job salary, it is the time to consider going for full time blogging. Remember, quitting your day job is a big step. Make sure you have your strong savings, back up plans, strong income, diversified income, lower expenses, etc before taking your lifetime step. It is good to learn about some services apart from blogging and offer this service in your blog. Currently, I am having 150+ indexed pages in Google.com and plan to increase this number to 1,000 pages by end of this year. What are your goals to get your blog worth more than your day job?