I don’t know about you but blogging income reports are kind of a holy grail for me. When I’m feeling a bit demotivated? I go read income reports. If I feel like I’m out of ideas? I go read income reports. Feeling like my blog is going nowhere fast? Income reports. Income reports, income reports, INCOME REPORTS!
They are hella motivating and one of the reasons I actually started this blog in the first place. If you are new to blogging chances are you’ve read a lot of income reports already. And if not – then you should seriously start ASAP!
(P.S If you haven’t started your blog yet, check out how you can start a successful blog here.)
Lately, I’ve been searching for more and more blogging income reports and I thought that if I’m searching, then someone else is too.
So that’s why I’m making this list of different blogging income reports from different bloggers. They are ordered from lowest income to the highest income.
Are you ready to be motivated? Then read on!
**Note – These are the latest income reports of these bloggers at the time I’m writing this post.
Under $1000 per month
BlastAloud — $165.48 in November 2017
- This the first income report from Ilicia over at BlastAloud. She made her income from ads and affiliate marketing.
Hairs Out Of Place — $170.27 in November 2017
- Jen made the majority of her income through ads and affiliate marketing.
Trillium Montessori — $397.81 in June 2017
- The majority of the income comes from displaying ads, other income streams include affiliates, selling on Etsy and providing services.
Anastasia Blogger — $637 per month in her first 9 months blogging
- Anastasia is an affiliate for various places, which makes up most of her income.
Maya Maceka — $823.03 in December 2017
- Her income comes from affiliate sales and blog coaching & writing services.
$1000 and more per month
Reroute Lifestyle — $1549.65 in October 2017
- Makes money from affiliate marketing as well as selling ebooks.
Mom Smart Not Hard — $1594.45 in December 2017
- Generates income through ads and affiliate sales.
The Sweetest Way — $1933.53 in September 2017
- From a good mixture of ads, affiliates, and sponsored content.
This Fairy Tale Life — $1975.24 in November 2017
- From a mixture of ads, affiliate sales, and sponsored content.
Paleo Bailey — $2520.35 in October 2017
- Bailey also receives her income from various places; sponsored posts, freelance writing, affiliates, and ads.
Millennial Boss — $2560 in December 2017
- From affiliates and affiliate networks as well as display ads.
Recipe This — $7653.17 in December 2017
- mostly through ads and affiliate sales.
$10 000 and more per month
The Practical Saver — $24,272.03 combined in September and October 2017
- Mostly from ads and affiliate sales, as well as sponsored posts.
Chasing Foxes — $19,889.04 in August 2017
- The majority of income is generated through ads, with affiliates coming in second.
$50 000 and more per month
Believe in a Budget — $55,482 in November 2017
- Courses are the main income generator here ($47,334.09 to be precise).
Sarah Titus — $75,226.10 in July 2017
- Has her own online store which makes up most of her income.
Create and Go — $90,709 in November 2017
- This income is from both Create and Go, and their health and fitness blog Avocadu. The main income from Avocadu is digital products and services, and the main income for Create and Go is from the sale of courses.
$100 000 and more per month
Making Sense of Cents — $126,260 in December 2017
- Michelle has a lot of income streams, the main ones being affiliate income and selling courses. Shes also makes money from doing sponsored post and ads.
It’s a Lovely Life — $139,462.40 In December 2017
- From sponsored content, affiliate marketing, and course sales.
Smart Passive Income — $167,553.31 in December 2017
- The main source of income is affiliate marketing followed by course sales.
Aren’t you feeling super motivated and inspired now? I sure am. When I read these blogging income reports I KNOW that I CAN make a success of my blog. Each of these bloggers started out small, exactly where we are right now.
If they can do it so can we! We just have to work hard and not give up.
One thing a lot of these bloggers have in common is AFFILIATES! Whether being part of an affiliate network like FlexOffers, using Amazon Associates or selling other people’s courses through an affiliate link. It is clear that affiliate marketing plays a huge role in monetizing your blog.
Ads are great but you cannot just rely on ads – you need other income streams as well (except if you are Chasing Foxes – they make a lot through ads alone).
If you haven’t started your blogging journey yet, check out this post on how to easily start a blog.
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