When I was just starting out, my favorite posts were income reports.
I couldn’t believe (and I really wanted to believe) that people like me were making thousands of dollars per month online.
I devoured post after post, and the more I read the more inspired I got.
However, it’s hard to find the time to read all of the income reports that get published and figure out who is telling the truth and who is lying which is why I prefer income report roundups.
Matthew Woodward’s income report roundups were my favorite ones of them all, but sadly he hasn’t published one in nearly 3 months.
While I can’t change the fact that he’s not publishing them anymore, I can do something else: publish them myself!
I’ve picked a couple bloggers with diverse backgrounds to add into this report, but if you you publish income reports yourself and you’d like to be added, please let me know in the comments below!
Let’s get into it!
#1. MakingSenseOfCents.com – $146,498.77
February was the highest income month ever for Michelle’s blogging business as she promoted her friend’s course and was featured in Forbes which brought in over 50,000 visitors to her site.
Most of her income came from the BlueHost affiliate program and her Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing course.
For the upcoming months she’s planning on decreasing her number of posts per week, increasing her Facebook and Pinterest ad spending, and possibly changing or adding new content to her income reports.
She also plans on earning $1,000,000, doing more live interviews, and having a better work-life balance in 2017.
#2. AuthorityWebsiteIncome.com – $52,155
February was good to Jon.
Even though he had a big drop in earnings for his passive income portfolio, his overall income is as good as it’s ever been.
He increased his stake in BrandBuilders, tried out a new website/PBN growth strategy, and had success with his service-based businesses.
In the next months he plans on buying more Amazon FBA businesses, growing new sites, and continue focusing on the systems of building a profitable business.