It may sound like a regular work at home and earn thousands of dollars at home, but to be surprising it is a fair deal. Andrew Sullivan earned $333,000 within 24 hours after asking its followers and regular readers to pay for the subscriptions.
The Daily Dish, is brewed by Andrew since the last decade or so and it is now turned to be a potent mixture of serious moral analysis, must-read aggregation and plate-cleansing videos (the “mental health break”).
Currently Adnrew’s blog is sponsored by “The daily Beast” but he has now decided to work independently, cutting advertisements and adding the subscription based options (“fremium-based-meter).
You’ll be able to read any story on the site for free if you get there via a link or social media. In fact, you’ll still be able to read most of the content on the Dish even if you go straight there.
Sullivan is merely blocking you from clicking “Read More” halfway down his longer stories. Well, actually, you’ll get a certain number of “Read More”s per month for free anyway.
Despite the lack of any real restriction in that setup, 12,000 readers have already ponied up $19.99 or more for a year of content. Some 2,000 chose to kick in an extra $5, though they didn’t need to, and nearly a thousand have contributed $50.
“On average, readers paid $8 more than we asked them to,” writes a stunned Sullivan.
Sullivan and his team expects to achieve their funding goal of $900,000 fir the first year. The new blogger has lots of new aspects to be learned from this scenario. You should not depend on the advertisement on the website and reach out the new possibilities to keep you going on the mission.