Howtomakeadollar exists on the premise that very few ideas are worth one million dollars, but there are millions of ideas that are worth one dollar. This premise is a pretty good one, and has been working rather well. We have made about $34 so far. A few days ago I got a calculator out to see if $34 is close to one million, and I discovered that it isn't. In fact, we will have to make a dollar everyday for about 2,739 years before we make a million. This is about a thousand years longer that I expect to live. Additionally, you have to factor in things like inflation, thermodynamics, and radiational cooling*, which reduce our earnings over time. So our whole premise is in question right now.
In light of this fact, Howtomakeadollar has decided to unionize against itself to raise wages and benefits. We are sick of Big Blogging taking profits for itself, and we demand at least two dollars. Our company name will remain the same, but we will now pay ourselves two dollars for every dollar we earn. I'm pretty sure this is how unions work, and it seems to be a pretty good strategy. Which would you rather have? One dollar or two? I really can't see any downside to unionizing.
We've consulted our accountant about this, and he thinks it is an excellent idea, especially for long term growth. Our official fact check guy did not respond, probably because he was in awe of how great an idea it was and did not feel like there was anything he could possibly add to the discussion. You know a good idea when you hear it.