Good Luck With That

I ran this blog as a hobby until I retired for the first time in July, 2013. Since then, I’ve run it as a money making business with revenue streams from the Tip Jar, The Hogewash Store, and participation in the Amazon Associates program. I see that Bill Schmalfeldt has “retired” again and is trying to monetize his most recent YouTube channel.When I checked earlier this week, he had five subscribers. When I checked this morning, he had nine.If he keeps gaining subscribers at two per day, he should be able to meet YouTube’s criteria for monetization some time in 2048.Everything is proceeding as I have foreseen.

6 thoughts on “Good Luck With That

  1. I don’t think it’s a stretch to opine that if you tallied all the subscribers of Bill Schmalfeldt’s collective and historical blogs, all of his 30-day podcast trials, all of his many abandoned YouTube channels, and all followers of his HUNDREDS of lost, forgotten and suspended Twitter accounts…

    and allowed those fools who are dumb enough to have followed him multiple times in multiple places to each count as a single, unique follower…

    …he would still be at least 7000 followers short.

  2. With a total of less than 50 views over all videos. Maybe he should copy the content over from all his other abandoned channels to increase his reach. It looks like he is following the same path that has led to his tweeter success.

  3. I listened to his video about his copyright and all I need to say is “Ipse dixit”.

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