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Focus first on quality content and bringing in traffic. It’s hard to say if those percentages are similar today.
Feel free to read the comments below for some numbers (note the dates though). There are many bloggers these days who share very detailed income reports.
Since returning from my trip to the Gambia a few weeks ago I have done some research into the country, the people, and the way of life.
There are a couple of reasons I came across the information that I am about to share with you.
Some never really make any money at all…despite considerable effort. Special circumstance: I blogged for almost 6 years and I made pennies per month.
Still, if you want an idea of what’s possible, here are some examples (links go to their income reports general page): As I said, you can find many more on my Pinterest board here. Making an income wasn’t really my focus until I started this blog which is a culmination of what I’ve learned over the last 6 years and I would absolutely not have the same numbers if I had started as a new blogger.
(Again, I’ll refer you to my post How to Make Money Blogging for a list of many more income streams.) These days the trend seems to clearly point in the direction of creating and selling your own products as well as things like affiliate marketing (one of my top income streams which I list here), sponsored posts, etc.
The amount one makes blogging depends on many factors like: The list goes on and on. (By the way, if after reading you decide you want to start a blog and you don’t have one yet, you can set one up in 15 minutes.) I’m going to make a broad, blanket statement here just for perspective (there are exceptions to every rule, so please take that into account).
If you have any similar or contradictory experiences I would love to hear then-please comment below!
If you want to read some of these stories many can be found at I would like to point out that this information is all gathered from research and not my personal experience.
I would also like to say that I am not by any means saying this is the case for all Western/Gambian relationships.
I would say, your income is pretty proportional to the amount of time you put in.
In other words, it’s not likely you’ll make a full-time income writing and networking 2-4 hours a day.