Want to Make Money Blogging? My 2018 Blog Income Report: $150,000 BLOGGING IN YEAR 3

February 21, 2019

Kate Kordsmeier

Blogging, Income Reports


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  1. Sarah Newman says:

    Couldn’t be happier to be part of this incredible team!! Celebrating 2018 and ready to kick things up a notch this year!

  2. Staci says:

    I don’t see it here and I’m not sure if you’re willing to share it or not, but can you tell us what percentage of your affiliate sales come from the blog vs email list? Also, you noted that ultimately you want to drive traffic to selling your own products. Do you think you’ve worked as hard this past year driving traffic to your own ebooks as you have to affiliate products? Just curious if that is truly passive income or if you continue to work on the sales? Thank you SO MUCH for all you share to your readers. It truly is inspirational and helps as a bit of a pick-me-up when I’m frustrated….. 🙂 You’ve built an amazing blog and your posts are very enjoyable to read.

    • Thank you Staci – so happy to hear you enjoy the content and get some inspiration! 🙂 Re: the ebooks – no, I don’t drive traffic there other than through automated sequences, like our welcome series, so it’s all organic purchases. I *wish* I could answer your question about the blog vs. email list percentages! My team and I have been talking about that but unfortunately it’s nearly impossible for us to track. I’m hoping I might be able to get some more data now that we’ve switched to Active Campaign – stay tuned! (And if you have any ideas how to do this, please let us know!!)

  3. Micaela says:

    Hey Kate! Congrats on an amazing year! I love seeing how all your planning and hard work has paid off. One of the biggest takeaways for me is investing in your business to help it grow. So far I’ve invested in technology (ActiveCampaign, Leadpages etc….) but I have not taken the plunge on hiring help yet. If you had to pick the place where hiring helped you the most, what would it be? The PR person, social media, video production, a VA to add links to posts…. to be honest, I’m not sure where to start! Thanks!

    • What a great question Micaela! I know it’s hard to figure out how to get help, but once you do you will be SO happy! I will answer this in an upcoming post. Thank you for your question and for following along!

  4. Karen says:

    Thank you for sharing all this information. I’m curious – do you hire someone to take all your photography or do you do it yourself? Do you use a specific filter?

    I’m excited to learn more about your upcoming class.

    • My friend Heidi is my photographer, she’s amazing! (No filters, just great professional skills + editing) Be sure to join our email list as we have some great free business trainings coming up!

  5. Hannah Flack says:

    It truly is mostly unthinkable to see well-aware men or women on this subject, although you come across as like you fully grasp which you’re posting on! Appreciation


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