My Grand Monetizing Scheme

That’s it.

No more cute posts about Ellie and sewing.

Oh no.

I’m all about making money now and I have a grand monetizing scheme.

No more posts about Alaska either.  (And did I mention no more posts about Ellie?)

Instead, all my posts about going to take the form of,

“How To _______________ Without ____________.”

Why?

I first did a blog post entitled, “How to Make Popsicles (Without a Popsicle Mold),” almost purely as a joke because I wanted to put that hilarious picture of Ellie eating a popsicle.

But amazingly, it’s been my most-searched-for post ever.  It’s been searched for 58 times.  58!  (That’s way more than all the other search terms combined.)

My path is clear.  From here on out, it’s all about unique page views, new subscribers, joining Twitter, getting people to “like” me on Facebook, and getting ads.

Here are some of our planned upcoming “How to ____________ Without ___________” posts:

How to eat as many spring rolls as you want without spending a fortune.

How to eat steel cut oats for breakfast without getting up before sunrise.

How to feed a baby without using a spoon.

How to bake easy French bread without knowing how to make bread.

Sound like a good start?  Tonight, we’ll begin with oatmeal.

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5 Responses to My Grand Monetizing Scheme

  1. David says:

    > How to eat as many spring rolls as you want without spending a fortune.
    Dumpster diving behind a Chinese restaurant?

    > How to feed a baby without using a spoon.
    Breast feeding?

  2. Laura says:

    Both great ideas David but not quite what I was planning on blogging about! 🙂

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