How to Make ₹6000 Per Day (₹1,80,000 Per Month )

You want to profit ₹6000/day which equivalent to₹1,80,000 a year.

Here’s the budget:

  1. Domain & Hosting: $100 for a year (Bluehost)
  2. Fiverr (10 quality article ) : $5
  3. Fiverr (SEO and ranking): $5
  4. Mailchimp (2000 list): free

What’s next:

  1. Choose a niche that interest you (hottest niche at the moment are weight loss, self-help, business) (How to start a blog).
  2. Choose a domain name related to your niche that you pick ( you must pick .com extension for SEO friendly)
  3. Buy hosting at Bluehost
  4. Install WordPress and design it according to your chosen niche.
  5. Order quality, SEO friendly articles at Fiverr and put only 1 articles per day for 30 days.
  6. Order backlink services to increase or speed up your website rank
  7. Put MailChimp form on your website and create also landing page to collect email list for potential lead
  8. Sign up at Clickbank and become an affiliate.Find product according to your niche and make sure your commission is about 60% to 75% per product.
  9. Promote it on your website and mailing list. You also can promote in social media (Facebook, twitter, youtube, Instagram, Pinterest)

For example:

If you sell a product at ₹6000 with commission 50%.You will earn about ₹3000

Your final target should be: ₹21,60,000

You need to sell at least 2 product per day, 58 product per month and about 695 product per year.

This is roughly from affiliate commission.You can create your own product such as ebook, audiobook, video training and coaching.You own 100% of the money and you can achieve your₹21,60,000 much faster less than a year.

You need to make your goal smaller so that you can focus to achieve it. This is known as Compounding Effect.


I will explain the process to make 6000 INR / day step by step now

Step 1: Choosing a niche (Topic for your blog)

The very first step before starting a blog is to find the topic you love.

It will not take more than 10 minutes.

Just take a pen and paper.

Write 10 topics name in which you love to talk your friends and other people. It may be anything.

Don’t think too much. Just write what comes to your mind first. It may be a stupid idea.

Just stop looking at the screen. Start writing your topics

Start here after 10 minutes.

Are you done?

Cool, I have listed mine. check it

Example : 

  1. Dogs
  2. Gift for girlfriend
  3. Exam
  4. iPhone
  5. Food
  6. Place to travel
  7. Android Phones
  8. How to attract girl
  9. Gain muscle
  10. Career

If you think that your idea seems stupid, Just write your ideas on the comment. I will tell you which one is best.

If you still can not find the ideas, I will suggest my consultancy service.

Step 2: Select a domain name

Now in the second step, You have to discover a good and easy to remember domain name related to your decided topic in step 1.

Just think and write on paper. Choose at least 5 domain names.

Trick: I have designed some formula to find a good domain name.

Formula 1:  Selected Topic Name + Add any good work of your choice (Eg. Dogs + Care =

Formula 2: Any Words + Selected Topic + Add any good work of your choice (The + Dogs + Care =

Validate your selected domain name

Now you have made your own domain name. It is time to check that whether your domain name is available to buy or not.

We will validate domain in step 3

Step 3: Buy hosting for your website

If you are a beginner in this don’t be Worry. Let me explain it clearly.

What is hosting ?

Hosting is like renting a shop to open your show room.

Step 3.1: Goto Bluehost

Once the page opens, click the green Get Started Now button.


By the way, the images you see here may vary slightly from the ones you see on your screen. This is because Bluehost always keep changing and improving.

Step 3.2 Choose your plan

Choose the plan you’d like to start with. I typically go with the Plus plan because you get more unlimited features. Note that all plans come with one free domain (for one year) which is good. I’ll talk about choosing a domain in a minute.

If your budget is super tight (I’ve certainly been there!), go ahead and choose the Basic plan. You can upgrade at any time.

Click one of the green “select” buttons to move to the next step.

Step 3.3 Choose a Domain Name

A domain is a web address. For example, is my domain. You may or may not already have a domain. On this screen, you’ll either choose a brand new domain or enter your existing domain.


If you don’t have a domain, enter a new domain name on the left. (See tips for choosing a domain below). Make sure .com or the correct extension of your choice is selected from the drop down menu beside it.

If you’ve already registered a domain name, enter it on the right (don’t worry, it won’t mess things up if you’re using the domain elsewhere, this only identifies your account for now).

Click the blue Next button.

Step 3.4: Enter your account info

On the next page, enter your account info. Make sure you use a working email address because this is where your login information will be sent.

 Step 3.5: Select an account plan

Under Package, Information select your Account Plan. Choose a package based on how far in advance you want to pay. Please note, Bluehost bills one, two or three years at a time, but as you can see, it works out to a very reasonable monthly amount. Not bad for your own blog or website, right?

Should you choose extras?

I always skip the other add-ons except Domain Privacy Protection. This protection keeps any personal information private. The only time I would skip domain privacy is if you are using a business address and don’t mind if it’s visible to anyone who looks up your domain. If you’re using your personal contact info (home address, phone, etc.) to register your domain, I highly recommend domain privacy.

Note: the Domain Privacy option only shows up if you registered a new domain above. It will not show up if you used a transfer domain.

The total is the amount you’ll pay today. You won’t have to pay again for 12, 24 or 36 months, depending on the account plan you chose.

Step 3.5: Enter your billing info

Fill in your billing information, confirm that you’ve read the fine print and then click Submit.

Skip the upgrades

Continue on to complete your purchase. You’ll be asked if you want to add any upgrades. I just skip them.

Step 3.6: Check your email for login info

After completing your purchase, check your email. You’ll find a welcome email from Bluehost with your control panel (Cpanel) login info. Keep this information for future reference.

Step 3.7: Login to your Bluehost Cpanel

Go back to Bluehost and click the login button in the top right corner of your screen. (Alternatively, you can use the link to your Cpanel contained in the welcome email you received above.)

Enter your Cpanel login info from the welcome email. Select the “hosting” tab if it’s not selected already.

Step 4: Install WordPress

Once logged into your Cpanel, click the Install WordPress icon under Website Builders.

Start the WordPress install

Choose where to install WordPress

Choose your domain from the drop-down menu if it’s not already chosen for you. Leave the directory field blank unless you have a good reason to create a subfolder, which is unlikely if you are just starting. Click Check Domain.

Enter your WordPress user info

Check the box next to Show advanced options. Enter your Site Name or Title (e.g. Amy Lynn Andrews, Dave’s Blog, Sally’s Song Factory, etc.). This is different than your domain which ends in .com or something similar.

Choose an Admin Username (do not use “admin” as your username). Choose a password. These will be what you use to login to WordPress once it’s installed.

Enter your email address (again, all site information will be sent here). Read and agree to the terms. Click the Install Now button.

Note your WordPress login information

After WordPress has been installed, you should see the “Status: success” indication. Take note of the information to access your new WordPress site. This information will also be sent to you via email.


At this point, you will have received two welcome emails. The first is the login info for your Bluehost hosting account. The second is the login info for your WordPress account. Keep both, although from this point forward, you’ll be using your WordPress login information much more frequently.


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