Make Money Blogging – How I Made $25,000 in One Month Blogging. From this video, you will find the answers to all your questions about blogging and money: do bloggers make money? On my example of a specific month, I’ll show you how do bloggers get paid and I’ll prove you that you can still make money blogging in 2020!
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Over $25,000 in one single month blogging! This number still blows my mind as I’m recording this income report for the last month. I started my blog less than 3 years ago and had no idea how I was going to make money with it.
I had a dream of leaving my day job and building a different lifestyle for myself and my family. Ok, I’ll tell you honestly, I just wanted to work sitting on my sofa while making a lot more than I could ever make at my day job.
Starting a business online is nothing like starting a traditional business, like a restaurant or a travel agency, or whatever other ideas you might have. You don’t need an office, you don’t need any expensive equipment except your laptop. The only investment that is hard to avoid even as a beginner is purchasing your domain and hosting for the blog. And luckily, in our times there are options that can cost you about $3 a month for your blog hosting. If you can afford that, you can probably afford starting a blog. I have a link in the top right corner and below this video with a very special offer just for my audience so you can start your blog without any technical overwhelm for less than $3/mo.
Now, maybe you are not anything like me. Maybe you are not working at a sole-sucking corporate job and you are already an entrepreneur – a coach, a Yoga instructor, a nutritionist, a psychologist, an interior designer, a marketing specialist, you name it!
Why would YOU be interested in blogging? Well, because a lot of people scaled their solopreneur and local businesses thanks to blogging.
But having your own website and domain as a home base for all your content is always a good idea even if you are doing really great on social media. Because that’s where you will make money – on you site, people won’t pay you directly on Instagram or on Pinterest, they will find you there but eventually, they will end up checking your website.
But today, I want to focus on the methods that worked best for ME and I want to also show you how this income that you see in the title of this video, is distributed between different channels in my business.
And I have steps for you in this video. Because as I was growing my blogging business, the ways I used to generate income from it, also were going through stages. You can hardly use all the monetization methods right away as a beginner. If you try, you will spread too thin and will have a hard time seeing results with any of the strategies.
So here is how my income growth looks over the last 3 years. If you want more details on specific months, I actually made a few videos in the past showing how I made between 4 and 5k dollars only with ads on my websites. So you can check those two videos as well – I’ll give you links to them in the top right corner and in the description below this video.
I have to make a side note for the full disclosure here that this is how much I made last month but it’s not exactly the amount that hits my bank account, and not all of this money is what I actually take home. The majority of companies that pay bloggers have at least 60 days of delay in payments. So, most of the money I earned last month, I will only actually receive 2 months later. I also have certain expenses on my blog to run the business, like website hosting, email provider, various tools and plugins. And of course, before taking the money home I’ll also discount a big chunk of it to pay taxes. This is just for you to understand that when people say here is how I made $10k or 25k or even a million dollars, most of the times they mean the revenue they generated in their business.
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