Here is how I make money blogging in 2020. Some days, I make over $1,000 a day. Learn how much bloggers make. ???? Subscribe:

In this blogging tutorial, I’ll show you how I earn money from my little blogging empire (well, not so little anymore :).

If you’ve ever wondered how much bloggers really make, then this video is for you – I’m showing you everything in detail, the full breakdown of my blog income.

Here’s a complete “insider” look into the nuts and bolts of my business.


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If you want to earn some real money with your blog, there are some important things you need to keep in mind. I go over them in detail in this video.

First of all, in my mind, blogging is the process of creating useful content on topics that people are searching and willing to read.

Blogging can be text based, or video-based. In my mind, I think that both types of blogging are the same, just the actual medium of delivery of that content is different.

So in order to be a successful blogger, you need to learn how to create content that people are searching for.

Blogging Income Source #1: Ads

Ads are the simplest way that bloggers can make money. You can register with Google Adsense (once you have at least 100 visitors a day) and then insert a short line of code into your website, and your website will start showing ads from Google advertisers.

Any time someone views an ad or clicks on an ad, you will get paid a certain amount.

Aside from Google Adsense, there are other ad networks such as MediaVine and AdThrive which often pay better rates to bloggers than Adsense. However, these networks have higher acceptance thresholds and require some minimum blog visitor numbers.

Personally, I make a couple of thousand a month from Google Adsense, however it’s not my preferred monetisation method, because there are others, more profitable methods, which are…

Blogging Income Source #2: Selling your own product

Most bloggers end up developing their own product. Interior bloggers will create some kind of a course on interior design. Fitness bloggers create workout guides etc.

Having your own product makes sense, because your audience already follows you and (hopefully) likes you. So it’s natural for them to want to buy something from you.

I have a course on blogging. That’s my product. And that ends up bringing tons more income for my than showing display ads.

Blogging Income Source #3: Email marketing

It’s very important for all bloggers to build an email list. You may have heard it already a thousand times – but I’ll say it agian – the money is in the list 🙂

I made a huge mistake for years and wasn’t focused on building my email list. Big mistake!

But I’ve learnt now, and now I focus on building my email list.

And that’s exactly how I’m often able to make over $1k in a single day – by sending out an email or two recommending something – either my own product or someone else’s product which I might promote for a commission.

Enjoy the video!

Greg Kononenko (The Caffeinated Blogger)

Disclaimer: Some links in my videos are affiliate links and I may earn a commission if you buy something via that link. This helps me maintain this channel and buy coffee 🙂 The price to you is the same as if you buy direct.

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