How much do beginner bloggers make?
Not everyone is going to make it big, for sure. So what’s the reality? In a survey of 1,500 Problogger readers who were trying to make money blogging, 10% of aspiring bloggers make nothing, and 63% of them make $0.01 – $99 per month. The good news is that the 37% make more than $100 a month.
Who is the highest paid blogger?
Top 10 highest-earning bloggersMoz: $44.9 million per year.PerezHilton: $41.3 million per year.Copyblogger: $33.1 million per year.Mashable: $30 million per year.TechCrunch: $22.5 million per year.Envato Tuts+: $10 million per year.Smashing Magazine: $5.2 million per year.Gizmodo: $4.8 million per year.
What do bloggers make per post?
Here are some average estimate earnings for bloggers, Instagram influencers, and video bloggers (vloggers) broken down by their potential reach: Bloggers: $175 to $5,000+ per post with amplification on social channels (re-posting the content across other social platforms).
What percentage of blogs make money?
Another survey, this one of 1,500 ProBlogger readers who said they’re trying to make money by blogging, found that 9% make between $1,000 and $10,000 a month and 4% make over $10,000 a month. But the vast majority makes less than $3.50 per day.
How many views do you need to make money blogging?
More Traffic = More Revenue It’s not unrealistic to make between $0.01 – $0.25 per page view in many blogging niches through display and affiliate ads. So if you get 1,000 pageviews a month (very very easy), you can make between $10-$25 per month, which will cover the cost of running the blog.