I don’t know about you, but I love, love, LOVE reading entrepreneurs’ and other bloggers share their blogging income reports. It’s extremely inspiring to see what others are doing to make a living. After all, that’s probably why you’re here – to get inspired to pursue your dream of working from home.
That was the reason I decided to start sharing my own blogging income reports. I want you to see that working from home and making a living online is entirely possible! So I thought it might be fun to share the blogging income reports from a few other bloggers I follow.
I keep up with several bloggers in the freelance writing niche, but they’re definitely not the only ones I follow. I encourage you to find bloggers who are doing what you want to be doing and stick to them like glue. If it’s working for them, it could work for you! Small disclaimer: make sure you’re just getting inspiration from the bloggers you follow, not copying their work. It’s really important to be yourself (yep, Mom said it first)!
Still with me? Good!
Let’s take a look…
- Femtrepreneur – 2015 Income: $100,000/month
Yep, you read that right… According to her blogging income report, she’s rolling in a $100,000. A. MONTH! And she says she did it in less than a year. Mariah Coz apparently makes her money teaching women how to grow their businesses. Looks like she’s doing a pretty good job!
- Making Sense of Cents – May 2016 income: $69,085.03
Michelle Schroeder is probably one of the very first bloggers I ever started following. She blogs about finance, earning extra income, and most recently – living the RV life. According to her blogging income report, most of her income appears to be from affiliate commission.
- Pinch of Yum – April 2016 Income: $57,686
I don’t follow a lot of food blogs since they have a tendency to make me want to eat my weight in desserts, but I can’t help but take a peak once in a while at what Lindsay and Bjork are doing to rake in all this dough (pun intended).
- Melyssa Griffin – April 2016 Income: $56,216
Melyssa lists her largest blogging income sources as “Passive Revenue” and “Recurring Revenue.” She’s pretty much a marketing rockstar, and offers advice and courses for growing your online business.
- Just a Girl and Her Blog – May 2016 Income: $37,967
Abby Lawson blogs about productivity, organization, decorating and blogging. Her story of turning her blog from a hobby into a thriving business is amazing y’all!
- Sarah Titus – December 2015 Income: $23,424.18
While she doesn’t update her blogging income report monthly, I think it’s safe to say that her blogging income is consistently increasing. Sarah went from a homeless single mom to an online entrepreneur in less than a year. Don’t do anything else until you read her story!
- The Busy Budgeter – May 2016 Income: $22,930.97
Rosemarie blogs about making money and budgeting. She attributes her success to the work she did through Ruth Soukup’s Elite Blogging Academy. She makes the bulk of her income through affiliate commissions.
- Horkey Handbook – May 2016 Income: $20,426
Gina is pretty awesome. I attribute a ton of my success to the things I learned on her website. She blogs about freelance writing and virtual assistant work, and also offers some great courses to learn both.
- by Regina – January 2015 Income: $16,000
It doesn’t look like Regina has posted an updated blogging income report in a while, but I would venture a guess that it’s only gotten bigger. Regina blogs about blogging and branding.
- Single Moms Income – May 2016 Income: $10,168.15
While Alexa still does some freelance work, she says the bulk of her blogging income is from her blog. She offers some great advice about making money from home!
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If you’re looking for some great inspiration and motivation, check out these women’s stories. And if there’s a blogger’s income you want to share…even if it’s your own…leave it in the comments below. J
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