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Top 10 Blogs That Sold For Millions Online Money Making

You may come across a number of people who start an online business or make money online, work on it from nowhere making a buck load of money out of it. There are also other kinds of people who get cold feet and make no use of the platform available stating various kinds of excuses. It does vary from person to person.

You would be amazed to see that a lot of very successful business initially started their careers with blogs. When you actually work on a website ideology that you actually believe in and work passionately on it, you will always attract a good number of loyal audience.
This post is dedicated to all those people who are keen on doing something innovative, creative and wish to start a new online business. For all those passionate hard working, this is an eye-opening, awe-inspiring list of sales where people have earned millions from blogs.

TOP 10 BLOG THAT SOLD FOR MILLIONS

  1. Bankaholic.com – bought by Bankrate.com at $15 million. John wu started this as a financial blog so as to provide relevant information on credit card offers, banking terminologies and other personal finance topics. He mainly monetized the blog with affiliate offers. Once his website started earning popularity, revenue came pouring in. Due to high blog ranking, it was eventually bought by Bankrate for 15 million dollar. Such a simple blog on such an obvious simple day to day topic earned him a fortune. Not to forget, the readers gained good knowledge from his blogs.
  2. Techcrunch.com– bought by AOL for $30 million. You must have heard about TechCrunch for sure. It is that famous!  This must be your daily reads besides Entrepreneur .com. It was a blog started by Michael Arrington, as the name implies it is a blog on the latest technologies and businesses.
  3. Mint.com-bought by Intuit for $170 million dollars . Mint.com is a website that had 1.5 million users in just two years. And later it was sold for 170 million dollars. This website had a very good product to offer. In today’s date mint has 10 million users. This is huge! and also gives an excellent example of a business getting big without any sort of traction gain and exposure to viral content. Mint did not even need to market itself through social platforms. It got this successful by its product and credibility.
  4. HuffingtonPost.com-bought by AOL for $ 315million dollar -Huffington was started in 2005, at the time of its sale it had 25 million followers. The Huffington post is the pioneer of digital journalism space and AOL had all the infrastructure and resources to handle the potential of this business in the coming future. This blog was the trendsetter of this practice of big media firms acquiring popular blog posts so as to make huge online business empires.
  5.  Business.com -bought by RH Donnelley for $ 350 million dollars. This blog was purchased by RH Donnelly which is a local search and online business directory company. It did evolve as a leader and the most reliable source of business-related content and had this extra feature of publishing of news content from leading experts on a regular daily basis.
  6. Worldhum.com– bought by Travel Chanel ( amount not verified). Founded by Jim Benning and Micheal Yessis, WorldHum is a travel-related blog which gives you information about travel diaries of different people, interviews, reviews about places, audio, video and much more. The main reason why these two owners wanted to blog was to put forward the best travel stories on the internet for people who adore travelling. This blog was started with an ordinary value of 35 dollars and later gained a net worth of millions of dollar.
  7. Freakonomics.com – bought by the New York Times. This blog was the brainchild of the best selling book Freakonomics written by Stephen J. Dubner and economist Steven D.Levitt. Based on the same concept as the book was on, this blog was on bizarre data and coincidences and day to day random events which are analysed and brought down to the conclusion with sound theories. Thus explaining why certain mysterious things happen. This blog had impressed the New York Times to the extent, it was completely absorbed under it.
  8. Treehugger.com– bought by Discovery communications TLC and Animal Planet for $10 million. Treehugger is an environment blog started by Graham Hill in 2004. This blog was entirely virtual and was operated from all across the world. It gained a high web page ranking and was sold in for millions.
  9. Celebrity-Babies .com -Bought by TIMES and now hosted on a domain by People.com ( people magazine ).Celebrity-babies.com was founded by Danielle Friedland. This blog is about babies of celebrities became a huge hit among people. This site has approximately 720,000 visitors a month and has a value of 6.9 million page views.
  10. PaidContent.org -Bought by Guardian Media group for $ 30 million.PaidContent.org was founded by Rafat Ali. It is a blog about Digital media, how digital content would be shaping the future of media, information and entertainment industry.

So, friends, these were the list of bloggers who made it big. Any blog which is started is done out of interest, to share knowledge and earn income. But what really makes a difference is consistent performance, good and innovate content and ways of enhancing viewership. Getting traffic is way harder than it looks but that doesn’t mean, the task is impossible. I have a list that continues when it comes to people who have sold their blogs and earned million and you can also be the next one.

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