How to Get 250,000 Pageviews a Month on Your Blog, My Plan to Pull This Off, And Why It Will Likely Take Me Around 5 Years

This blog post will show you how to get 250,000 pageviews a month on your blog, that’s right, I am pretty sure I can pull this off with this website, and in this blog post I am going to show you how I plan on doing this. It has always been a life dream of mine to be able to run my own business, more specifically my own internet affiliate business, in that it has super low costs, is something that I find to be a ton of fun, and is something that I feel buy you a ton of freedom in your life, both in terms of time and money. I think it’s really cool that if you have enough blog posts, enough blogs, and enough real estate in the Search Engines, that you can quite literally avoid having to be someone’s pack mule, can avoid working for the man, and can have your own little piece of the world right in your jeans pocket (meaning that your website is on your iphone.) So those are obviously the reasons why we might want a blog with 250,000 pageviews per month, lets take a look at how much money and effort this would cost me, as well as how I plan to get there, and how much profit I feel this would generate me.

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How to Get 250,000 Pageviews a Month on Your Blog, My Plan to Pull This Off

So how did I come up with this number, why is this specific number a long time goal of mine, and why do I think I can pull this off when only a fraction of bloggers ever even get close to getting this amount of pageviews online? Well for starters, I’m looking at the math of how much traffic and revenue this website is getting right now, and I am creating a multiple on this based on the fact that I am about to start putting MONEY into the website. Yes you heard that right, as long as the cash flow from my job keeps flowing in, and I can get a bit more savings in my bank account, I have some tricks up my sleeve to be able to post a TON of content to this website, I am talking about possibly thousands of articles over a few years, both through a combination of me putting my nose to the grindstone and writing blog posts, and through re-investing profits into freelance writers.

So this is basically my plan, right now this site gets around 12,000 to 13,000 pageviews per month, and this post that I am writing right now will be the 370th blog post that I have published on here. Not too shabby, but the math looks like I’ll need somewhere around 20x this in order to hit my goal, or around 8,000 blog posts in total for safe measure. Call it an additional 7600 blog posts from what I have right now, and add in the fact that I write about 1.5 blog posts a week, on average throughout the year, and you have me hand writing another 300 or so blog posts over the next 4 years, and having to buy 7200 blog posts in that period of time in order to pull this off.

Now some of this outsourcing can be offset through the revenue generated by the website (lean start-up model) which is about $100 per month right now. I have a way of buying decent quality articles…which I won’t disclose, for like $2 a pop, and though they take some editing, lengthening, and SEO, they are not bad for that low of a price, and is something that I am going to dig into.

To cover the cost of all this content, since it will likely cost me around $10,000 out of pocket, I am going to do a few things.

  1. I have a really bad habit of buying fast food for lunch, which costs me around $15 per day. Every time I cut this out and I pack a sandwich, starting in 2022, I have given myself permission to purchase 3 blog posts. This can be me to purchasing as much as 60 articles per week, which will have me publishing around 3200+ articles per year just with my FAST FOOD MONEY! Personally, given the fact that I have been working at this for more than a decade, with essentially nothing to show for it in the internet space, I think this would be money well spent.
  2. To go much more aggressive on this, and I will maybe start this in late 2022 if I see the traffic really picking up, another thing that I have really been wanting to do is to get a single apartment. The difference in rent between the two bedroom I am thinking of signing for with a roommate, and a single apartment, is around $600 per month. If I took say half of that (I’ll take a risk but I’m not stupid, I’m not going to sink everything in and will at this point hopefully be able to scale using a profit snowball) and dropped it onto content, I could add another 150 articles a month, this plus my fast food money, plus my writing, and if my math is right I am at around 400 articles a month, for about 5,000 articles per year. 3 years of this can have me at nearly 17,000 to 20,000 blog posts in total, which is really an unprecedented number and more than I can even really fathom at this stage. This should give me something like 60 to 70 times my current traffic, and could lead to me having as much as 600,000 to 760,000 pageviews per month. Revenue from ads and affiliate links on this could be as high as $7,000 to $10,000 per month. On the current market for websites, I could sell the website for as much as $300,000 at this level…not too shabby for just reinvesting my lunch money!

So anyways, that’s the plan, but a LOT has to go into this, and it entails me sacrificing basically all of my spare time and money to this blog for the next 5 years or so, I will have not that much fun in my 20’s and won’t really reap the rewards of doing so until my 30’s….but I think I’m going to go for it!

How Much Money I Think I Could Generate With This Website at 250,000 Pageviews Per Month

As stated above, anything in the range of $7,000 to $15,000 per month is possible with this, I think on this site closer to $7,000 per month is most realistic with this type of traffic, just because it has had a historically very low conversion rate because some of the content is unfocused. Hey I will take that any day of the week, this plus my job income could give me something like $150,000 per year, which is ridiculously high! I think it would be really cool to, in a few years of this traffic, have like 100,000,000 pageviews on my blog! It would definitely be extremely interesting, and if the worst case is I’m out maybe $10,000 in total, which is generally not a life changing amount of money over the long term, I think that it might be worth the risk.

Why This is a Valued Goal of Mine, And Why I Am Willing to Stake Virtually Everything On It

I mean not everything, but a lot of my spare time and capital that’s for sure. I have dreamt for nearly 10 years about being able to add tons of blog posts at a rate that scales exponentially on my website. I almost had it once and have been very patient looking for an opening since then, so I can’t wait to give this a try! Will keep you posted on how this goes, and if you see like 5 or 10 blog posts a day going up on this website, now you know why, ya boi is trying to make the dream real of being a full time affiliate blogger!

Final Thoughts on how to Get 250,000 Pageviews a Month on Your Blog, Why You Will Need a LOT of Content to Say the Least

Do you think we will make it to 250,000 pageviews per month on Inflation at some point? It is a daunting task indeed, but only time will tell if we can pull it off. My goal for this is 2026, lofty? Not really, but a bit of a stretch goal at the least. For more information on all things business and finance, be sure to read on or subscribe to our blog for additional details and information.







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