S.eriously.com – Checks of the Big Boys

May I introduce the launch of S.eriously.com. I made this site just for fun today, a compilation of all the big checks and screenshots I could find from super affiliates and the likes. Most people will take it as an inspiration to keep on keepin’ on in the world of internet marketing and making money online. All these guys show you that it’s completely possible to at least make enough income to quit your day job.

I added a more recent Azoogle screenshot from last month for you guys to see. I also made a contact form on the site, so if I’m missing any big checks or screen shots, either comment here or use the contact form. The more up there the merrier. Don’t you just love how I talk about myself in the third person :).

Also if you digg the site, make sure to digg it by clicking here! Thanks a bunch fellas.


  1. January 28, 2008

    That’s just depressing

  2. Alex
    January 28, 2008


    The only checks missing are those of Domainers. Different from affiliate marketing but still incredible. Few of those guys are earning in excess of $2,000,000 per month. God bless America!

  3. Dave Turnbull
    January 28, 2008

    Really have to work on some affiliate sites.

  4. January 29, 2008

    It’s a great idea but the navigation needs work. Also, some kind of ranking would be great. Maybe even motivate ShoeMoney to post larger checks.

  5. January 29, 2008

    The real question is, how much did they spend to make that money. I read sometimes shoe spends $20K and gets nothing in return with some experiements. So, post that, then you can have a real leader board, wdigets for bloggers, and you know the rest of the story.

    At the time Marcus F. posted his check he spent $0 to earn it other than about $10k in hosting fees. I doubt anyone can top that on s.eriously.

  6. George Kim
    January 29, 2008

    Cool idea, nicely done.

  7. John
    January 29, 2008

    Yeah, I feel the same, although I know it is intended to be motivational.

  8. January 29, 2008

    wow. That’s a fun site. Maybe allow user submissions?

  9. January 29, 2008

    Disregard that comment. Heh. Maybe I should read the copy??? :-P Tevin = Retarded

  10. January 29, 2008

    I like how the guy is a “mystery man” from the neverblueads screen shot, but you know who it is… wouldn’t he just be anonymous?

  11. January 29, 2008

    Nice work, Paul. I bet this simple concept will be hugely popular.

    But seriously…why wouldn’t you monetize this site?

  12. January 29, 2008

    Frig, and to think I was excited about back-to-back $40 days in my CJ account. lol.

  13. January 29, 2008

    Why do you think this site is not monetized? Sure, Paul isn’t directly making money from it, but he’s building an army of worker bees to make money for him. Look closer.

  14. January 29, 2008

    Gotcha! I didn’t pay that close attention to the smaller details. ;)

  15. January 29, 2008

    And I thought all these people were blogging for fun…

  16. January 29, 2008

    Hey Paul,

    Great idea buddy. I’m building something similar like this for a few months now. But it’s still on hold :-) due to more productive projects :-). The story like your AD campaigns, lol.

    Have a great day budd,

    Hrvoje Livnjak

  17. January 29, 2008

    Hi Paul,
    A neat idea indeed….. made my day…. I feel the new energy to accomplish my dreams.

  18. January 29, 2008

    Great site, Great idea I know I will keep coming back to this site to keep motivated to make the big money.

  19. primes
    January 29, 2008

    Here’s one. This guy posted comments a few times at Amit Mehta’s site.

    It seems he earns more than 1 million monthly. Here’s his Adsense screenshot.

  20. January 29, 2008

    Maybe one day I would be on their with my big check . but the amazing thing it will come from blogging hehe

  21. January 29, 2008

    Great site! I love it! I hope you find some more pictures to keep it updated. :)
    Maybe with the inspiration that people will get from those pictures, there will be more to come.

  22. Andrew
    January 29, 2008

    Next quarter, take a picture of your check to the US Treasury. S.eriously.

  23. January 29, 2008

    This is tight! i can see this site taking off already. i’m telling my peeps!

  24. January 29, 2008

    They aren’t?

  25. January 29, 2008

    Wow, depressing and inspiring at the same time. Shoot for the starts right?

  26. January 29, 2008

    Please stop putting your URL at the bottom of every comment, it’s already up there in your name. Thanks.

  27. January 29, 2008

    That’s neat Paul. I notice that in your Azoogle picture there are a lot of smaller campaigns/programs that produce only a little. When you are doing different offers do they all start off small and then you decide which ones to scale up depending on the conversions? Or all all those offers in your picture related to the same niche? Just wondering. Thanks!

  28. January 29, 2008

    I enjoyed that Paul – it’s motivating proof that we live in a awesome age!

  29. January 29, 2008

    Dugg it and I submitted a pic for http://www.jonathanvolk.com :)

    Thanks man.

  30. January 29, 2008

    Great idea Paul!

    All I want is to make $10,000 a month. WHY IS THIS SO FREAKING DIFFICULT FOR ME???

    Those pictures are both inspiring and deeply depressing at the same time.

  31. January 30, 2008

    there’s not way he spent $0 to earn it. He’s the biggest faker.

  32. January 30, 2008

    man, that looks like the biggest con job. I think he must have posted it to piss Amit off.

  33. January 30, 2008

    like Rick Schwartz who recently sold iReport for $750,000. He also owns porno.com and you can only imagine how much that must be raking in every month!

  34. January 30, 2008

    nice going. i’m sure you’re also get a ton from affiliate signups from the site .. much like john chow’s free ebook ;P

  35. primes
    January 30, 2008

    Paul, not sure if you already snooped around that flickr page. From that guy’s page, you can actually find his other photos. His flickr id is “lazygeek10”, and he has another adsense check photo for $281k.

    Maybe I’ll contribute my 6 figure check too one day. Only doing $15k – $20k monthly at the moment.

  36. February 1, 2008

    You are exactly right. People want to see that others are having success. It helped me keep going with this stuff when I was down.

  37. February 2, 2008

    Great one Paul, a shame it hasn’t made the Digg frontpage, it just goes to show you that less and less content which is actually worth it hits the frontpage nowadays.

    Alan Johnson

  38. February 3, 2008

    Cool concept… It’s nice to see what other affiliate marketers are making online. I gave it a mention here: http://www.winningtheweb.com/wow-yahoo-microsoft.php

  39. February 4, 2008

    Voila! That’s some serious motivation.

  40. February 5, 2008

    Good god!

    The one with $901,000?!?!?! in just two months? god! Im still collecting my jaw! It just broke into a thousand pieces!


  41. February 27, 2008

    Those individual checks received lots of publicity. Nice idea to collect all those checks and too show them now in one place. As far as I remember Jon of forum Wickedfire.com started this whole thing on Sitepoint a few years ago!

  42. Great Idea. Kind of like an inspiration Gallery.

  43. May 29, 2008

    Nice site, it does give me the drive to push for more and not stop :P

  44. infiuio
    August 3, 2008

    I aint even making 100$/month…now laugh at me.

  45. November 14, 2008

    Hmm, that’s a really nice check. How much are they working per week? Hmm.

  46. October 22, 2009

    nice website . i see the website .thanks for sharning post

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