Welcome to this February’s edition of the Income Report Roundup.

This February marks exactly 3 years and 4 months since I started sharing these blog income round-up reports. If you have been with us, you know it has been a truly life-changing, mind-shifting experience.

I have been sharing blog income reports for a number of amazing bloggers with the goal to encourage you and to show you that you too can build a 6 Figure Income through blogging, if and only if you take action and get started with your process.

But don’t get it twisted; blogging is not a get rich quick scheme. Far from it, blogging takes time, strategy and commitment. Our bloggers work hard and are consistently churning out great content, researching and finding new ways to expand.

They all started with zero earnings, some for over a year but with the right blogging education and consistently working to improve, most are now reporting thousands in profits monthly. So keep going and know that this journey will ultimately pay off if you remain consistent and stick things out!

With all the work they put in, it has been very interesting to watch them grow through their challenges and success as we continue to monitor their income reports over time.

But if you are wondering why they share their incomes publicly then here are the reasons:

Why They Share

The major reason why our bloggers share their income report is to show other bloggers who are starting out or considering monetizing their blogs that making money from a blog is possible.

Another great reason is to share their blog strategies showcasing what works and what doesn’t, to newbie bloggers.

Income reports also help our bloggers to track their own progress over time and keeps them accountable to their goals and to their following.

These reports are a great way to see how other bloggers are making money, how you can improve traffic on your blog and shows you where you are lacking.

The beauty of it all is that you get to learn from their mistakes and their successes. We personally began providing these Round-Ups as a means to provide a “shortcut” to the Reports, while providing insight and tips to help you fast-track your way to building a successful blog as a business.

Why I share the Roundup with you:

One of the main reasons why I share this Income Report Roundup is to help you realize a couple of things:

1. Blogging Works
2. Blogging Pays
3. You can turn your Passions into Profits
4. You must commit to being consistent
5. If you treat it like a business you’ll get paid like a business, if you treat it like a hobby and be consistent, it will eventually pay you for a business

The more I read and create these Income Reports, the more I want to help you learn how to build a profitable blog quickly.

Income Roundup Report:

NameJanuary 2020February 2020Growth
Blog Blossom$289.75$186.78-$102.97
Freedom in a Budget-$1,582.17$1,582.17
Thyme and Joy$1,334.94$1,156.07-$178.87
Kadavy$3,104.00$4,918.00$1,814.00
Johnny FD$6,920.54$14,199.59$7,279.05
Dangerous Business$11,567.3$14,418.78‬$2,851.48
Ryan Robinson$22,992.83$27,173.88$4,181.05
One Hour Professor$23,776.17$24,242.31$466.14‬
Fat Stacks Entrepreneur$31,868.00$39,794.00$7,926.00
Adam Enfroy$45,152.00$45,152.00
EOFire$153,784.00$147,335.00-$6,449.00

Let’s meet these Powerhouses

** Quick Note: If you’re inspired by what you see here in these Reports, and ready to launch your own blog, go here to learn how, as I’ll show you step by step, exactly what you need to do to get going. **

#1: Johnny FD

Johnny is the epitome of Location Independent Entrepreneur.  He shares his journey of traveling the world while earning an income on his blog, and he’s doing a mighty fine job of growing his earnings. He started sharing his income report in July of 2014, where he earned $198.84 in income.  And here he is, a few years later, and he consistently reports 5-figure profits each month.  Not bad for someone who identifies himself as a Digital Nomad.

Valerie Skinner is a certified healing foods chef trained at the Natural Gourmet Institute in NYC. She’s a Charleston personal chef & recipe developer that bridges the gap between being healthy and living busy lives by providing simple healthy meals that taste delicious to you and your family. Valerie is committed to helping herself and others understand how to use food and health to become your best self with her personal chef services. and by sharing her healthy recipes weekly on her blog and Instagram. In her thymeandjoy.com, she could help you have a better life through food.

Kelly is a finance and lifestyle blogger! At Freedom In A Budget, she helps people of all ages to achieve financial freedom within their budget and become intentional with their money. Her main goal is to not only share her life and how she became debt-free but also share how budgets truly can give you freedom! Budgets help you stay within your means and puts YOU in control of your money rather than your money in control of you!

David Kadavy is a creative entrepreneur and author of Design for Hackers: Reverse-Engineering Beauty (which debuted in the top 20 on all of Amazon), The Heart to Start, and multiple “short reads.” He also hosts a podcast called Love Your Work (iTunes), where he interviewed entrepreneurs and creators such as Jason Fried, Dan Ariely, James Altucher, Seth Godin, Ryan Holiday, Laura Roeder, Noah Kagan, and many more. Currently, He is offering a free email course to learn web design, a course to learn the principles of visual design, and an entire course about white space.

Ron Stefanski was 30 years old when he started building his blog. He is an Internet Entrepreneur, Consultant, and college professor who lives in Chicago. He loves teaching people how to create and market profitable businesses on the internet. Ron used his website to document his work in creating his own online businesses and he is totally transparent about his successes, failures, and even his website income.

Ryan Robinson teaches over 400,000 monthly readers how to start a blog and grow a profitable side business. His work has been featured on Forbes, Entrepreneur, Inc, Fast Company, Business Insider, LifeHacker and many more.

Ryan Robinson is a writer, a part-time entrepreneur and content marketing consultant that’s worked with Fortune 500 brands and top startups like LinkedIn, Google, Adobe, Intuit, CreativeLive, Zendesk, Oracle and many more.

#7: Entrepreneur On Fire

John Lee Dumas and Kate Erikson are the Dynamic Duos behind EOFire. Hosting a 7 day a week Podcast, which was the first 7 day a week podcast ever, they’ve been able to turn it into a Massive Profit Center, hitting over 7 Figures Per Year.  Just looking at this month, they reported another 6-figure in earnings, which isn’t too bad for a couple who hung out in multiple cities with family and friends while conference hopping.  However, JLD and the team have mad systems behind him that keep things going and growing, which is why he’s able to win big in his business.

#8: Blog Blossom

Grace  started her  blog to help people to achieve their dream life. We can find resources to help us build our own successful blog and online brand so we can work wherever we want and whenever we want, all while being our own boss.

#9: Adam Enfroy

Adam started an online businesses but perfectionism and self-doubt made him quit every time.He started something and meticulously plan every detail behind his computer. He spend countless hours on branding, web design, logo creation, forms, social media profiles – and even creating LLCs and opening bank accounts.He spent Months of planning and making things perfect so that he had enough confidence to share it with friends – his ways to keep things safe while avoiding rejection and failureHe didn’t see immediate results, he get discouraged, stay behind in his computer, and quit – every time. He never gave it  all. He stayed in a safe, predictable bubble, trying to distance his personality from his business

#10: A Dangerous Business

Amanda loves travelling.It was in her high school that she decided that she wanted to travel. She was obsessed with the Lord of the Rings trilogy, and vowed that she would save  money so that she can travel to New Zealand after she graduated. She’s not a full-time traveler or “digital nomad.” In fact, ever since she started this blog in 2010, she have either been working full-time, in school full-time, or working/freelancing from a home base in Ohio.

#11: Fat Stacks Blog

fatstacksblog.com also covers topics on being an entrepreneur, running a business, software, technology and pretty much anything having to do with digital entrepreneurship.These blogs are in run-of-the-mill niches… not the “make money online” or “internet marketing” niches. In 2009 the niche site concept appealed to him instantly.That’s what he did… He publish informational and entertaining niche sites that generate revenue from ads and product promotion.  It’s the online magazine model and he loves it.

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