Can you really make money online even if you’re not in the “make money online by making money online” niche? (Sheesh, what a mouthful!)
I love income reports so I decided to read through the reports of bloggers from various niches and condense them all in this post for your reading pleasure.
My goal with this post is to show you that it’s really possible to make money online through blogging and hopefully inspire you to start your own blog.
This list shows the evolution of blogs from less than $100 per month to more than $100,000 per month.
Let’s get right into it!
#1. MakingSenseOfCents.com – $104,170.48 (-17,396.52)
Michelle’s income decreased a bit in May, but it wasn’t anything terrible major.
Most of her time was spent on future plans for Making Sense of Cents and had a coaching call with Ruth Soukup from Livingwellspendingless to learn about her 25 employee business.
She learned a lot from the call, and it made her think a lot about her business and how she runs it.
Next month she plans on do more live interviews, create another product to sell, and continue learning and improving.
#2. SoOverThis.com – $84,350 (-13,514)
Justin’s income decreased a bit from last month, but he’s not worried.
Even though his income is smaller, he was able to increase his earnings from his personal sites making him less dependent on advertising services that he provides to other people.
He plans on acquiring more websites, increasing his customer base, and start a full-fledged digital marketing agency.
#3. AuthorityWebsiteIncome.com – $51,574.21 (-1,956.68)
Jon was worried that May would be a tough month because of its rough start, but a strong end of the month compensated for the rough start.
While his affiliate website strategy is yielding lower earnings per visitor than normal, but the higher than expected earnings from ContentRefined made up for it.
His new strategy for growing traffic is doing wonders, but his team is struggling with converting those visitors into money.
Next month he plans on getting more customers for ContentRefined that’s not related to his blog and addressing the earnings per visitors issues for his affiliate sites.