I own and manage several content websites. What you might call “niche sites”, “authority sites”, or “niche blogs”. Before I talk about my history, here a quick snapshot of where my business is (2020 update).
My portfolio includes currently 9 sites in various niches (not including this one).
A few are small sites with around 100 posts in them. Others have hundreds of posts in them. I’ve been working on these sites since 2018 and I document my progress here on Yeys.com.
We currently manage a team of four VA’s and a part-time editor, as well as 10-15 freelance writers. Together, we produce around 150 new blog posts every month.
You can read all about my business strategy and how well it’s coming along in my monthly traffic and revenue reports here.
More about me
I’m Anne. I’ve been a web publisher since 1998. Back then we were called webmasters and webmistresses and there were no blogs and huge dinosaurs roamed the face of the earth.
We were creating “websites” back at the time by coding HTML. By hand on Windows Notepad. CSS was just taking its first steps and we designed our sites using tables to hold together images of ugly menu buttons. Oh, if you wanted a website to really look neat, you could throw in a few animated gif’s with stars and thingies. Just not too many, mind, or it could really eat up your bandwidth.
We were Jacks (And Jills) Of All Trades. We coded in HTML and later in CSS, we wrote our content and of course, we
did SEO manipulated AltaVista to display our websites on their search results. Ahh… the good old days! I loved it!
I still love it today!
I created an infinite number of websites over the past two decades years (Two decades!?!? Has it really been that long?) Some failed, some succeeded, a few really succeeded. I’ve been making a living doing this ever since, always working on my own websites, being my own boss. It hasn’t made me immensely rich but it brought in a steady solid income, enough to keep me from having to look for “a job”. I made this money while raising my children and traveling the world. I’m not complaining.