Bloggers Insider Scoop
Hey Guys so I thought this post would be beneficial to all those who are bloggers, bloggers trying to earn an income, and for the curious cats out there.
I feel like blogging is almost like a Youtube Channel, you work really hard for a long time before you see any money unless your channel or blog goes viral of course.
I have been blogging since April 2016 sparingly as a hobby and then one day I decided to dive into it as I fell in love with writing again. As I immersed myself into the blogging world I realized that some people were making a full time income from Blogging! This totally blew my mind and with some research I learned how to monetize my blog as well.
I do not make a full time income from blogging & actually no where near that as of 02/3/17 ..I’m going to have to come back to edit this post some time in the future lol.
I got my first paycheck in December 2016 after blogging for 9 months and it was still pretty small. Many bloggers do not make any “real” income until they have been blogging for 2-3 years but of course there are a few exceptions out there.
I love seeing how people are earning money, how much they’re making, what new things they’re trying, and more.
Reading them each month is very motivating & inspiring and I hope this list inspires you too.
Here are some Monthy Blog Income Reports: …(P.S MONTHLY)
- Just A Girl & Her Blog: $40,124.00
- Smart Passive Income: $151,137.88
- Club Thrifty: $27,453.00
- Pinch of Yum: $95,197.34
- Retired by 40 Blog: $3,328.10
- Single Moms Income: $8,872.31
- Rose Vibe: $11,440.13
- Making Sense of Cents: $102,911.00
- Coming up Roses Blog: $1,412.42
- Mostly Morgan: $3,600.00
I provided link to all of their blogs & they share some useful information on how they created that type of Income.
If you are serious about blogging than I would get a self-hosted blog & domain through Host Gator and build your website with WordPress. The reason to go with a self-hosted blog is that you will be able to monetize your blog more effectively and have complete creative control over your blog. I started my blog with WordPress.com instead of WordPress.org so when I switched over it was a little complicated and very stressful.