Back in the January update for my neglected niche site, I reported around $35 in Adsense earnings.
February’s income was around $30, down because of a total lack of time to do anything to the site. But then, that’s why I call it my “neglected” niche site. I also had about $100 in affiliate commissions from sales, which was a new trend. As far as Adsense earnings, though, I think the plateau has been hit, unless I work more on the site to boost its search engine rankings. And it doesn’t really seem worth my time to do so, for a probable extra $10 a month in Adsense income.
I’ve been wanting to do another niche site lately, even though I’m still working on adding content to a quality niche site over at SBI!. Yes, I like to start projects! I’m resisting, though, because I just don’t have the time to do a new niche site justice.
Instead, what I’m going to do is live vicariously through volunteers over at The Advisory Panel. I’ll host and manage a niche blog/site, and volunteers will generate content. They’ll all share in the proceeds from the blog, and along the way we’ll document the entire process at the forum.
If you’re interested in volunteering, join The Advisory Panel and let us know.
P.S. Speaking of niche blogs, the prize for the March contest at The Advisory Panel is going to be a complete niche blog, setup and ready for content. As a bonus, it’ll even have a header custom designed by Lori over at A Cowboy’s Wife.