One of the things I’ve always wanted to do is purchase an online business bringing in at least $1,000 per month and then try to optimize and grow it.

I figured my three main skill sets of copywriting, SEO, and content marketing would be a great fit for this type of endeavor, and then I could look to either resell it at a higher price or simply retain the monthly cashflow as income.

This is not that story.

Instead, this is the story of how I spent $60,000 to buy a 7-year-old recipe blog instead of making a similarly priced real estate investment… and then did absolutely nothing to it… much the same as I would have treated a real estate investment.

Here’s what happened.

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