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I have created 4 blogs that each got over 100,000 monthly visitors. The secret to getting all these visitors is creating the right kind of content.
Take a look at our Traffic Domination training to find out:
- The single best type of blog post and how to get other people to write it for you.
- 5 example posts that have never failed to drive us huge amounts of traffic.
- How we get viral traffic through Reddit, New York Times, Twitter, Pinterest and Facebook.
Top Earning Companies in the World
Today I wanted to take a look at the top 30 earning companies in the world. We recently showed you how much the top 30 websites are earning and when you look at the top companies, Google’s $691.27 a second doesn’t sound much. Don’t let all these high figures miss lead you, running a website instead of a tradional company can be a lot better in so many ways:
- No physical products
- No physical location
- Can work from anywhere in the world
- You don’t need customers
- Can be automated
- Outsource everything
- The 9 – 5 doesn’t exist, this post was published while I was in bed!
- You have no one barking orders at you.
With that in mind, the benefits of having a traditional business over a web business are second to none. When I compare the top earning company and the top earning website, the difference is clear! Wal-Mart are on course to earn $400,000,000,000 this year with profit under $14,000,000,000 compared to Googles $21,000,000,000 in 2008 with a profit of $4,200,000,000 – making Google more than 5 times more profitable!
Wal-Mart Stores Earn $12,011.64 a Second!
|Rank||Company||Industry||Founders||Revenue Per Year||Revenue Per Second|
|1||Wal-Mart Stores||General Merchandisers||Sam Walton||$378,799,000,000||$12,011.64|
|2||Exxon Mobil||Petroleum Refining||John D. Rockefeller||$372,824,000,000||$11,822.17|
|3||Royal Dutch Shell||Petroleum Refining||Jean Baptiste August Kessler||$355,782,000,000||$11,281.77|
|4||BP||Petroleum Refining||T. Boone Pickens||$291,438,000,000||$9,241.44|
|5||Toyota Motor||Motor Vehicles and Parts||Kiichiro Toyoda||$230,201,000,000||$7,299.63|
|6||Chevron||Petroleum Refining||Lyman Stewar||$210,783,000,000||$6,683.89|
|7||ING Group||Banks: Commercial and Savings||Jan Hommen||$201,516,000,000||$6,390.03|
|8||Total||Petroleum Refining||Ernest Mercier||$187,280,000,000||$5,938.61|
|9||General Motors||Motor Vehicles and Parts||William C. Durant||$182,347,000,000||$5,782.19|
|10||ConocoPhillips||Petroleum Refining||Frank and L.E. Phillips||$178,558,000,000||$5,662.04|
|11||Daimler||Motor Vehicles and Parts||Gottlieb Daimler.||$177,167,000,000||$5,617.93|
|12||General Electric||Diversified Financials||Thomas Edison||$176,656,000,000||$5,601.73|
|13||Ford Motor||Motor Vehicles and Parts||Henry Ford||$172,468,000,000||$5,468.92|
|14||Fortis||Banks: Commercial and Savings||Kira Bruno||$164,877,000,000||$5,228.22|
|15||AXA||Insurance: Life, Health (stock)||Claude Bébéar||$162,762,000,000||$5,161.15|
|16||Sinopec||Petroleum Refining||Su Shulin||$159,260,000,000||$5,050.10|
|17||Citigroup||Banks: Commercial and Savings||Bill Smith||$159,229,000,000||$5,049.12|
|18||Volkswagen||Motor Vehicles and Parts||Ferdinand Porsche||$149,054,000,000||$4,726.47|
|19||Dexia Group||Banks: Commercial and Savings||Michael Wilson||$147,648,000,000||$4,681.89|
|20||HSBC Holdings||Banks: Commercial and Savings||Thomas Sutherland||$146,500,000,000||$4,645.49|
|21||BNP Paribas||Banks: Commercial and Savings||Louis Pasteu||$140,726,000,000||$4,462.39|
|22||Allianz||Insurance: Property and Casualty||Henning Schulte-Noelle||$140,618,000,000||$4,458.97|
|23||Crédit Agricole||Banks: Commercial and Savings||Henri Germain||$138,155,000,000||$4,380.87|
|24||State Grid||Utilities||Liu Zhenya||$132,885,000,000||$4,213.76|
|25||China National Petroleum||Petroleum Refining||Chinese National Government||$129,798,000,000||$4,115.87|
|26||Deutsche Bank||Banks: Commercial and Savings||Georg Siemens||$122,644,000,000||$3,889.02|
|27||ENI||Petroleum Refining||Tully Ryan||$120,565,000,000||$3,823.09|
|28||Bank of America Corp.||Banks: Commercial and Savings||Madeo Giannini||$119,190,000,000||$3,779.49|
|29||AT&T||Telecommunications||Alexander Graham Bell||$118,928,000,000||$3,771.18|
|30||Berkshire Hathaway||Insurance: Property and Casualty (stock)||Oliver Chace||$118,245,000,000||$3,749.52|
To our success in 2009,
PS. Which would you prefer a top earning website or a top earning company?