I’d say most of the bloggers who answered the question in 2010 made most of their money via display ads.Today, that income stream (display ads), on average, is far less lucrative for bloggers.
But despite these two huge conflicts of interest, Rynda is there to retain Baylor Investigative Agency, Nevada’s business, to look into the recent disappearance of her husband Brian.
Brian, who uses his magic to grow mushrooms with medicinal properties, went to work three days earlier and never came back.
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As I said, this post was originally published in 2010 after asking my readers to share their incomes. Google Analytics tells me in the last 30 days (May 15, 2010 – June 14, 2010) I’ve received 13,149 pageviews.
At the time, this blog was only 2.5 months old (although I had been blogging elsewhere for 6 years prior to that).
Currently I make six figures a year, but back in 2010 when I was just starting out, I asked the readers of this blog to share their incomes.
It certainly wasn’t a scientific study, nor was it a representative cross-section of all bloggers, but many did share their incomes and I am so grateful they did.
You could probably make a decent part-time income doing so, but getting to that point would require a good amount of blogging knowledge and experience. The idea that you can start a blog today and make a full-time income within a few months is, for most of us, simply not realistic.
Like I said, you will always find exceptions to the rule, but I’ve been doing this many years and have heard many bloggers’ stories. Having said that, many more people are starting blogs these days with the sole intention of making money.
This is important to remember, lest you think these numbers are typical.