Howdy! I know that learning and building this takes some time and I understand that 3 months is not unusual for first $$ to begin to happen. In general, what would be a realistic income expectation for a site to create, presuming it was a good niche and reasonably well done site? Just trying to manage my expectations - they're pretty high!

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DMahen1 Premium
I'm looking at 6 to 9 months to get rolling. By that time, I'll finish both trainings and have a lot more content.
DianeScorpio Premium
Hi - there are too many variables to be able to answer this question. You may well see some income at 3 months, but more realistically it will be 6 months. You have only been here for 2 weeks, and your site hasn't been indexed yet, so this is very early days.

Consistently adding content plays a major part in keeping Google's attention, ideally 2 or 3 times per week. A website is never finished! One of the most successful members here (littlemama) has over 700 posts on her site!

Don't lose focus on your website, and be drawn into the trap of thinking that more websites equal more money. It is best to concentrate on one really high-quality site, rather than having lots of mediocre sites and not having the time to keep adding content to all of them.

Here are some success stories.
CMKetay Premium
Wonderful advice. Thank you for taking the time and sharing the resources. Appreciated greatly!!!
Labman Premium Plus
There is no way to answer this question. It all depends on how dedicated you are to the process. You could earn tens of dollars or many many thousands.

Eddy says it best: