One of the most popular posts I publish are my income reports.
So I decided to round up as many income reports as possible and rank them based on earnings to see how I stack up against the rest.
If you publish an income report on your blog and would like it included in next month’s post then please let me know in the comments!
Here we go-
#1) PinchOfYum.com – $17,118.92 (+$4,003.97)
The food blogging duo have hit another home run to reclaim the top spot!
Traffic is looking incredible right now with Pinterest absolutely dominating sending 606,345 referrals in total!
Congratulations guys and keep on fighting the good fight – be great to see you creep past $20k next month
#2) MakingSenseofCents.com – $12,100.00 (-$1,354.00)
Michelle has secured top spots for the past few months.
She has looked back at her success over the past year, in just 12 months she has multiplied her income 18 times over from $672!
That’s no easy task and you can be sure a lot of blood, sweat and tears went into that.
#3) MatthewWoodward.co.uk – $10,789.13 (-$4,039.91)
A drop in come compared to last month as my time is tested.
Trying to run a business, move country & go on holiday all in the same month is pretty taxing. Some solid tips in the income report though!
Only 3 more days until I move and there is a lot to sort out, I’ll be delivering my income report on the 1st as usual though
#4) Moms-Make-Money.com – $6,386.94 (+$1,034.32)
Deby jumps up a couple of spots this month posting a steady increase in profits.
What is strange though is that increase in profits came out of not really posting or updating the blog that month.
It’s weird because that’s a trend I have noticed myself with this blog!
#5) RatRaceGrad.com – $4,230.50 (-$1,960.54)
Don’t be fooled by the numbers this has been a huge month for Jennifer.
While income has dropped she has decided to finally pull the trigger and the 31st of May will be her last day of employment.
When you look at the maths she spent 502 hours at work to earn the same as she did working 82 hours online! Congratulations on the move full time!
#6) DumbPassiveIncome.com – $2,485.15 (+$1,514.05)
Matt was facing tough times recently but he has bounced back this month!
One of his Adsense sites he has been working hard on really brought home the bacon this month.
He is reinvesting his profits this month to continue to grow his income streams – just be careful if you put all your eggs in Google’s basket!
#7) TrueValhalla.com – $2,377.00 (-$537.00)
Matt has had a pretty dull month all-round due to the dreaded tax season.
That took up the majority of his time but he did manage to take a short holiday and write more of his book.
Staying on the cutting edge of games development he also ordered the Oculus Rift dev kit! That will keep you busy for sure!
#8) MyTanFeet.com – $1,675.99 (+$67.20)
Yeison & Samantha continue to show steady growth this month!
Samantha took some time off this month so Yeison was left in charge of the ship for a while.
He ended up making a great multi lingual internet marketing blog – planting seeds for the future!
#9 My4HrWorkWeek.com – $615.96 (+$289.91)
Eric has had a well deserved increase in income this month.
Although his income has increased he is starting to realise the stresses of managing a blog that publishes 5 times a week.
He has a solution for this though as he breaks down the rest of his truly passive income sources.
Well I’m sad to say that we have lost 2 more blogs from the roundup this month after another 2 dropped out last month.
If your blog publishes a regular income report then I would be happy to feature it here. You must have published 3 in success that offer your advice/tips.
If that sounds like you then please let me know!
Last month the blogs earned a combined total of $72,471.64 which has seen a huge drop off to $57,779.59 /sadface
I have been busy packing in preparation for my travel to Costa Rica this month so I’m hoping someone else picks up the slack this month!
I will still be publishing my income report on the 1st though – the last thing I’m packing is my computer!!!
I only include the earnings history of the top 10 blogs each month to make the graphs easy to read.