- Can you make money blogging?
- What are the various ways to make money from blogging?
- How much can I earn?
- Can I talk about my life and make money?
- What should I blog about to make money?
These are just some of the most common question bloggers at various levels ask when it comes to monetizing their blog. In this mega guide to making money from blogging, you will learn all the aspects that will help you get started.
These methods are based on my 11 years of professional blogging experience. I have also shared screenshots of payments of a few income streams to give you a wider perspective.
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A few years back, blogging was just another hobby that some people did in addition to working full-time jobs. Today, blogging still functions in that way, but a lot has changed.
In 2020, blogging has become a profitable online profession and people at large start a blog to get into this noble profession.
Before we learn the various ways to make money from blogging, let’s see the potential:
How much money can you make money from blogging?
Just like any profession (Doctor, Lawyer, financial advising), there are different levels of blogging who are earning anywhere from $1000-$2 million a year.
How much money you can make depends solely on a few factors such as:
- Which niche you are picking?
- How much time you are dedicating to learning and implementing?
- How much traffic you drive to your blog
- What digital marketing techniques you implement?
There are various other factors like consistency, your network, personal motivation and goal also contribute a lot.
However, niche and your digital marketing skills alone can help you move really fast in the field of blogging.
You can browse other articles of ShoutMeLoud to learn more about mindset and motivation, but in this guide, we will purely focus on making money from the blog.
Just to make things easier for you, I have answered many frequently asked questions related to blogging at the end of
This article was written by Harsh Agrawal and originally published on ShoutMeLoud.