You know what's funny? I feel like the whole online money making ordeal is really easy to take advantage of. Look at Kickstarter. Look at the revenue people get from YouTube videos. Are those things impressive at all? No, most aren't, and the reason they succeed is because the content is sound with an extremely wide demographic.
I calculated that a million dollars is enough, in fact, _MORE_ than enough to sustain me for the next 100 years. When I see people take advantage of the braindead masses and walk out of the ordeal drowning in cash (which sometimes grosses to millions a year), it breaks my heart because it's so easy to do, and it's such a stupid, useless project almost all of the time.
My own conscience and desire to produce something truly inspiring that I would be happy with is preventing me from doing this kind of stuff. In fact, I would rather die than cash in on primitivity. However, I have already lost my drive and motivation to carry out anything, so I don't anticipate making any money in my lifetime. Once my support finishes, I'm a goner.