Blog Income Reports 2021 – See How They Did it so You Can Do it Too

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Income reports are source of motivation for a lot of bloggers and non-bloggers who think of starting their own website.

Seeing the success and the exact methods that led to it can spark the entrepreneurial spirit in every one of us.

This is a great source of practical knowledge if the post is written well. Don’t mistake these kinds of posts for bragging, if used wisely you can benefit a lot from them.

I’ve decided to collect all income reports from 2021, I could find, because most of the income report posts out there are outdated. They include income reports from 2-3 years ago, and during this time many things have changed in the marketing, SEO, and earning channels.


Note that some of these reports below are only monthly, but I guess you can do the math.

Without further ado, let’s see how much bloggers made in 2021.

Blog Income Reports 2021 (New) 🤑

More coming soon. If you like to be featured in the list above, send me an e-mail, and I’ll be happy to add your results.

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Bloggers Income Reports 2020

  1. Those Positive Thoughts – $250.28
  2. Lifestyle with Leah$309.30
  3. A Fresh Start on a Budget$577
  4. Travel By Maya$686
  5. Mom Makes Joy –  $1,037.70
  6. Financial Flamingo$1,043.63
  7. Thyme and Joy$2008.63
  8. Another Mommy Blogger$2261.60
  9. It’s Alan Young$2767.02
  10. The Introvert Coach$13,695.50

Takeaways from this post:

👉 Use Mediavine If you cover the requirements ($25К sessions (we talk analytic stats) in the previous 30 days.

👉 Ditch Google Adsense

👉 Work on your Pinterest Strategy

👉 Be a Mom / have a ‘girly’ blog – see good feminine themes here

👉 If you can make some kind of membership/course with recurring payments.

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Bo
I'm Bo, and I've been creating websites with WordPress for 15 years. I was lazy to learn how to code, so I mastered the art of making quality web projects without coding skills. I started WPctrl.com with the idea to share my knowledge and personal experience, and suggest better alternatives to you.