In time I’ll detail some of the costs you might incur (I do all the work myself, so it’s for free), but you’ll probably want to know how much to spend on SEO, how much to spend on content writing (if you need help) etc. Right now, since you have a lot of time on your hands, we’ll presume you do all the work yourself.
Most aspiring bloggers dream of earning tens of thousands of bucks every month, but we all know this is not possible right away. Most people who are earning a living online (self included) are not just earning advertising revenue, but are offering services , sell books, courses etc.
I am a web designer, so a huge chunk of my monthly income comes from this, but, since most of you probably cannot offer a service just yet, I’ll stick to showing you JUST my advertising income from these 2 blogs.
If you start a blog today and work your way up, these numbers might not be as difficult to achieve (I don’t have a huge traffic and I don’t spend a lot of time developing these blogs either).
PERSONAL FINANCE BLOGS – $ 275.38
- Pftoday.com – $139
- Dojoblog.net – $136.38
BEST AD REVENUE SOURCES:
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Advertisers that are not yet performing so well
I am listing here all the advertising programs I am joining now or have using for a while to diversify my income. As soon as they start performing better, I’ll add them into our list above.
I have decided to delete my Adsense codes. It’s one of the worst paying ad solutions and it’s just cluttering my websites with banners.