March 11, 2018

Kate Kordsmeier

Blogging, Income Reports


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  1. Jordan says:

    This is so impressive! Your affiliate marketing situation is just… wow. I’m blown away. I really need to focus more on that aspect of my blog. Your blog is earning substantially more than mine and I have about 3x the traffic so you are DEFINITELY doing lots of things right. Thanks for the inspo – this was super helpful! <3

    • Thanks Jordan! Congrats on your high traffic–I feel confident that you could easily increase your affiliate revenue with a few tweaks. 😉 Next week we’re publishing an entire post about affiliate marketing with 10 tips for things you can do, so definitely check that out! Thanks for following along. 🙂

  2. Sarah Newman says:

    I love seeing how you doubled your net profit since last month! Very cool and well done! 😀

  3. Pruning your email list is scary isn’t it?!! I’ve done some of that and I always feel very nervous that I am accidentally getting rid of someone who wanted to stay. However, email lists are expensive so you really have to do it. Did you set up an automation to continue pruning or was is just a one-time thing?

  4. Lirik Lagu says:

    Wow great amount your blog made for february. Congrats and keep it up. Really love to read about your blog income report. Its inspire new blogger like me 🙂 thanks.

  5. Elsie says:

    First, thank you so much for sharing your income reports! This is so helpful! How do taxes play into your reports? I don’t see a mention of how taxes affect your net income, and I know a lot of bloggers pay upwards of 40% of their total income on taxes! Would love some insight on what that all looks like for you. Thanks!

    • Hey Elsie! Great question. Taxes are not included in these reports as it varies so much by your specific setup (for example, are you a S-Corp like me or a sole proprietor). I personally use a Payroll company to manage my taxes and pay myself a salary from my monthly revenue. This saves me so much money in taxes and really helps keep business and personal separate. Hope that helps!

  6. Kate, I appreciate this more than you could ever imagine. It was an honor to meet you at Shiftcon. I am Ashlee (blonde curly headed one) that “spotted you in the wild” as you said haha. Thank you thank you thank you for this. I hope to someday collaborate with you. You’re a huge inspiration to me and all that I do.

    You’re a blessing.

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