There are many questions when it comes to blogging.
People wonder how to start a blog, whether it’s possible to be a full-time blogger, what it takes to make money blogging, and more.
I’m trying to answer all these and show you that anyone should be blogging and monetizing their platform with the content I create.
My free course Launch Your Profitable Blog Today, for instance, shows you exactly how to set up a blog in a day and start publishing content on it.
The Passive Income Boss (also a course you can enroll in for free) shares the best ways to make money from your blog passively.
Today I want to make another thing clear. It’s about the amount of traffic you need to actually be making money online.
So, how many pageviews do you need to be a paid blogger?
The answer is: not as many as you might think.
Blog Traffic and Ways to Earn Money from It
When reading income reports of the highest-paid bloggers, you’ll see they make a million per year from their sites. Smaller website owners earn $10K/month.
And even smaller blogs allow their creators to make a few thousand per month.
But here’s the thing: most bloggers don’t really know the earning potential of their blog. They try to gain more traffic, but for what? You need only the right readers on your platform. They are the ones you can help and who will potentially click on your affiliate links, buy your product, hire you for the services you offer, or else.
Also, thanks to a small audience you can still earn money from sponsorships. In fact, these days brands are more interested in micro influencers (bloggers whose sites get 20-100K visits per month) rather than big ones.
That’s because famous bloggers are expensive and they are harder to get in touch with. But you, the smaller one, have a dedicated audience that trusts you.
Yes, you can always grow your blog. But maybe you should focus on monetizing the current traffic first.
Get to 50K Pageviews and Earn $10K/Month Blogging
Here’s the interesting thing. Many people think Let’s Reach Success is bigger than it actually is. But it gets 50,000 pageviews per month. While that still means it reaches half a million people all over the world each year, it’s not big compared to blogs hitting 500,000 pageviews per month.
I got to earning around $5,000/month blogging, but that doesn’t mean I’ve come to understand the full potential of the platform I’m creating.
After all, there’s always something new to test, I just released my new and biggest product (the course Financial Freedom Through Blogging) and prices for sponsored posts can only increase from here on.
It’s proven that if you monetize your site strategically, you can get to making $10,000/month solely from blogging. Imagine what this income could do for you! The best thing is that you don’t need to constantly wonder how to drive more traffic.
There are more important questions than how many pageviews a blog must have.
What matters more is:
- Who your readers are;
- How you can provide more value to them;
- If you’ve tried all of the main blog monetization methods;
- If you’ve signed with a good ad network;
- Whether people stay on your site
longand engage with your content;
- How many newsletter subscribers you have;
- Whether you’re giving people what they want with the content you publish on your blog;
- If you’re reaching out to brands and finding sponsored post opportunities;
Pageviews today aren’t the biggest factor when it comes to earning from your blog. And be sure that you can make thousands of dollars with a small blog too.
That’s one of the reasons I created Financial Freedom Through Blogging. It’s a massive course – the formula for starting a blog and turning it into a 5-figure business. It shares literally anything you need to know and do to get to making $5,000 with a brand new site.
Check it out here:
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