Internet Company, My Vision for a Conglomerate Organization

In this blog post, we’re going to get weird. That’s right, we are going to talk about Internet Company, which is going to be the name of the internet conglomerate organization that I have always dreamed about building. Ever since I was 18 years old and first started writing blog posts and making affiliate websites, I have had this wacky idea stuck in my head (don’t worry I know that I will quite literally never be able to execute on this) about building a billion dollar, or a multi-billion dollar, internet conglomerate organization. And in this blog post, I’m going to walk you through exactly how I would do it, and of why the first $5M to $10M would be the absolute hardest, with the sky practically being the limit from there. I am somewhat hesitant to write this blog post because I am thinking that someone might steal my idea….but really who has the resources, the capital and the will to do that. And so, here’s the gist of my wacky idea.

Internet Company Step 1: Make $1,000 per month in affiliate income

I am at around $100 per month on this blog right now, which is a good start. My goal is to spend more time monetizing the website next year and to reinvest all profits back into the website. I am thinking that by the end of next year I should be at around $500 to $1,000 per month, realistically speaking, which is a dam good start, but also not unrealistic.

Internet Company Step 2: Reinvest all profits, scale to $5,000 or $10,000 per month

Internet CompanyReinvesting $1,000 per month would get me to something like 500 or 600 blog posts each month, which over the course of one year at this pace would have me at an additional 7200 blog posts, likely hitting the 10,000 blog posts mark on the website. If my math is right here, this will give me something like 40*400, or about 16,000 visitors per day, 20,000 hits a day, and a grand total of 600,000 visitors per month. Scary thing is that this should net me around 500,000 visitors per month, which would give me the following:

$2500 per month from PPV Ads

$3800 per month in raw affiliate commissions

$30,000 per month in E-Commerce Book Sales

$40,000 per month from Email List Sales

This would give me something like $78,000 per month in revenue, or almost $1,000,000 per year in total top line revenue, if you include my salary, interest and dividends.

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Internet Company Step 3: Make $1,000,000 per year in Revenue

At this point, going full time on the company is probably getting closer. I don’t think I would necessarily want to be sitting in the house all day doing nothing but internet marketing, but at the same time, I would be able to really scale up the sites if I did this. My goal at this point is to keep expenses still low so I can rapidly expand my net worth, and to hire an employee at around the $40,000 per year range to post content, SEO content, build Silos, and to build new websites and help me scale the existing ones. From here, if the employee works out, have them train more employees, etc. etc. and keep scaling the company.

Internet Company Step 4: $5,000,000 per year in Revenue, $10M+ in Net Worth

From here you have a pretty serious decision to make, because your 9 to 5 career is now gone and not only are you a multi-millionaire, but also do you have a chance to put away something like $20M to $50M, or to push onward and try to build a net worth of $100,000,000.00, which is unprecedented but possible if you have already made it to this point. Keep scaling, hiring accountants, attorneys to make sure you are in compliance, systems architects, programmers, and the whole 9 yards in order to play defense and offense at a really high level. You also have to decide whether to sell out for literally hundreds of millions of dollars or more, or to try and hit the $200M to $400M in annual revenue ranges, and try to IPO, making you a Billionaire.

Final Thoughts on My Internet Company Plan, Why It Will Never Happen and is Ridiculous

24 months ago I was broke wondering how I was going to pay rent, and just 18 months ago I still had credit card debt, so I highly doubt that I’ll be able to build an internet company that IPOs for a billion dollars, however writing out this blog post almost makes me think it is possible. My biggest hurdle is I think going to be getting over the first $10,000 per month wall, or the first $250,000 in the bank wall, once I get past that, it should be a lot smoother track to your first million, and so on and so forth. If I make it here I’ll let you know, but I am still going to my 9 to 5 job tomorrow and not holding my breath really on anything different. Till next time, you heard it first at Inflation







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