Is Blogging Dead In 2024?

50 Blogs with Blogger Income Reports across Diverse Niches

 

Lifestyle:

  1. Making Sense of Cents:(https://www.makingsenseofcents.com/) Michelle Schroeder-Gardner shares her journey to financial independence and monthly income reports (niche: personal finance).

Income: $ 125,000 – 130,000

  1. I Will Teach You to Be Rich:(https://www.iwillteachyoutoberich.com/) Ramit Sethi details his strategies for building wealth and achieving financial freedom (niche: personal finance).

Income: $ 20 – 25 million

  1. Pinch of Yum: (https://pinchofyum.com/) Lindsay Pinchuk reveals her income from the popular food blog with over 8 million monthly visitors (niche: food).

Income: $ 100,000 / mo.

  1. The Budget Mom: (https://www.thebudgetmom.com/) Tanja Hester provides budgeting tips and income reports for families (niche: family finance).

Income: $ 1043.09 / mo. (2016)

  1. Fit Bottomless:(https://ginahorkey.com/nikita-ross/) Gina Horkey documents her income as a fitness and travel blogger (niche: fitness, travel).

Income: $ 4.5M

Business & Marketing:

  1. Smart Passive Income: (https://www.smartpassiveincome.com/) Pat Flynn offers actionable strategies for building profitable online businesses and income reports (niche: online business).

Income: $ 300,00

  1. Melyssa Griffin: (https://www.melyssagriffin.com/blog/) Melyssa shares her expertise on growing online businesses and her impressive income figures (niche: online business).

Income: $ 230,00

  1. Copyblogger:(https://copyblogger.com/) Brian Clark demystifies content marketing and reveals income reports from his successful blog (niche: content marketing).

Income: $ 100,00

  1. SEO Journal: (https://brewdigital.com) Andrej Babić provides insights into SEO and shares income reports from his agency (niche: SEO).

Income: $ 100,00

  1. Social Media Examiner:(https://neilpatel.com/) Neil Patel offers social media marketing strategies and income reports from his blog (niche: social media marketing).

Income: $ 1 000,000

Tech & Gaming:

  1. The Penny Hoarder:(https://www.thepennyhoarder.com/) Scott Martin empowers readers to save money and reveals income reports from his personal finance blog (niche: personal finance).

Income: $700,000

  1. Gamertag Radio: (https://www.gamertagradio.com) Adam Kovic and Geoff Keighley delve into video games and share income reports from their podcast (niche: gaming).

Income: $187,000

  1. Android Authority:(https://www.androidauthority.com/) Nick Sutrich reviews Android devices and apps, sharing income reports from advertising and affiliate marketing (niche: technology).

Income: $7,000,000

  1. MacRumors: (https://www.macrumors.com/) Arnold Kim and John Gruber report on Apple news and rumors, generating income through advertising and affiliate marketing (niche: technology).

Income: $9,000,000

Travel & Adventure:

  1. Nomadic Matt:(https://www.nomadicmatt.com/) Matt Kepnes shares budget travel tips and reveals income reports from his blog and courses (niche: travel).

Income: $750,000

  1. The Blonde Abroad:(https://www.theblondeabroad.com/) Kiersten Rich documents her luxurious globetrotting adventures and income reports from collaborations and sponsorships (niche: travel).

Income: $5,600,000

  1. Adventurous Kate:(https://www.adventurouskate.com/) Kate McCue offers advice for solo female travel and reveals income reports from her blog and photography (niche: travel).

Income: $5,300,000

  1. Bald and Bankrupt:(https://www.baldandbankrupt.com/) Benjamin Rich explores off-the-beaten-path destinations and shares income reports from his YouTube channel (niche: travel).

Income: $950,000

  1. Travel Yourself: (https://www.travelyourself.ca/) Jessica Estes provides tips for affordable travel and reveals income reports from her blog and courses (niche: travel).

Income: $ 22,000

Health & Wellness:

  1. Minimalist Baker:(https://minimalistbaker.com/) Dana Shultz simplifies healthy cooking and reveals income reports from her cookbooks and blog (niche: food, health).

Income: $ 2,000,000

  1. Fitnessista: (https://fitnessista.com/) Gina Homolka offers fitness and lifestyle advice, sharing income reports from her blog and courses (niche: fitness).

Income: $100,000

  1. Yoga Journal:(https://www.yogajournal.com/) Experienced yogis share yoga practices and insights, generating income through subscriptions and online courses (niche: health, wellness).

Income: $90,000

  1. Mindful: (https://www.mindful.org/) Provides resources for mindful living and meditation, deriving income through subscriptions and advertising (niche: health, wellness).

Income: $79,000

  1. The Doctor Oz Show:(https://www.doctoroz.com/) Dr. Mehmet Oz’s website offers health tips and advice, earning income through advertising and affiliate marketing (niche: health).

Income: $7,000,000

Parenting & Education:

  1. Rock My Baby: (https://kristenmeichase.com/) Kristen Chase advises new parents and reveals income reports from her blog and courses (niche: parenting).

Income: $5,500,000

  1. Nesting With Grace: (https://nestingwithgrace.com) Grace Bonang shares family recipes and lifestyle tips, earning income through sponsorships and advertising (niche: family).

Income: $3,500,000

  1. Chalkboard Champions: (https://chalkboardchampions.org/) Provides resources and support for teachers, earning income through subscriptions and partnerships (niche: education).

Income: $1,000,000

Creative & Artistic:

  1. Copyblogger:(https://copyblogger.com/) Brian Clark demystifies content marketing and reveals income reports from his successful blog (niche: content marketing).

Income: $ 35,000,000

  1. The Design Milk:(https://design-milk.com/) Jaime Dittmar and Jonathan Sugrue curate stylish home design finds, generating income through advertising and affiliate marketing (niche: design).

Income: $ 708,000

  1. Poketo:(https://www.poketo.com/) Peter Salmon and Angie Chai share their love of stationery and design, earning income through their online shop and collaborations (niche: design).

Income: $ 10,000,000

Food & Cooking:

  1. Smitten Kitchen:(https://smittenkitchen.com/) Deb Perelman shares her delicious and approachable recipes, generating income through advertising, cookbooks, and online courses (niche: food).

Income $ 83,000

  1. Joy the Baker: (https://joythebaker.com/) Joy Wilson shares her love of baking and sweet treats, generating income through advertising, cookbooks, and online courses (niche: food).

Income $ 5,300,000

  1. Minimalist Baker:(https://minimalistbaker.com/) Dana Shultz simplifies healthy cooking and reveals income reports from her cookbooks and blog (niche: food, health).

Income $ 2,000,000

DIY & Crafts:

 

  1. Brit + Co: Brit (https://www.brit.co/) Morin shares DIY projects, home decor ideas, and party inspiration, earning income through advertising, sponsorships, and online courses (niche: DIY).

Income $ 3,900,000

  1. The Spruce Crafts: (https://www.thesprucecrafts.com/) Sarah Epperson provides tutorials and inspiration for crafters of all levels, generating income through advertising and affiliate marketing (niche: crafts).

Income $ 6,600,000

Personal Development & Productivity:

  1. James Clear: (https://jamesclear.com/) James Clear shares insights into habits, behavior change, and personal development, earning income through his book sales and online courses (niche: personal development).

Income $ 8,000,000

  1. Mark Manson: (https://markmanson.net/) Mark Manson offers unconventional and practical advice on life and relationships, generating income through book sales and online courses (niche: personal development).

Income $ 2,000,000

  1. The Minimalists: (https://www.theminimalists.com/) Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus advocate for minimalism and living with intention, earning income through book sales, speaking engagements, and online courses (niche: personal development).

Income $ 973,000

  1. Tiny Buddha:(https://tinybuddha.com/) Lori Deschene shares wisdom and insights on happiness and mindfulness, generating income through book sales, online courses, and retreats (niche: personal development).’

Income $ 10,000,000

Finance & Investing:

  1. Money Mustache: (https://www.mrmoneymustache.com/) Pete Adeney shares his journey to financial independence and early retirement, earning income through advertising, affiliate marketing, and online courses (niche: personal finance).

Income $ 400,000

  1. The Motley Fool: (https://www.fool.com/) Offers financial advice and investment insights, generating income through subscriptions, advertising, and online courses (niche: investing).

Income $ 26,000,000

Fashion & Beauty:

  1. Song of Style: (https://shortyawards.com/8th/aimeesong) Aimee Song showcases her style and fashion collaborations, earning income through sponsorships, brand partnerships, and online courses (niche: fashion).

Income $ 5,000,000

  1. The Chriselle Factor: (https://thechrisellefactor.com/) Chriselle Lim shares fashion tips and outfit inspiration, attracting revenue through advertising, affiliate marketing, and collaborations (niche: fashion).

Income $ 200,000

  1. Into the Gloss: (https://intothegloss.com/) Emily Weiss offers interviews and stories about beauty and wellness, generating income through collaborations, brand partnerships, and branded content (niche: beauty).

Income $ 5,000,000

  1. Makeup Geek: (makeupgeek.com/) Marlena Schram provides makeup tutorials and product reviews, earning income through collaborations, affiliate marketing, and her own makeup line (niche: beauty).

Income $ 10,000,000

  1. Style by Emily Henderson: (https://stylebyemilyhenderson.com) )Emily Henderson shares interior design and home decor inspiration, deriving income through sponsorships, collaborations, and online courses (niche: design).

Income $ 21,869

Tech & Gaming:

  1. TechCrunch: (https://techcrunch.com) Delivers news and analysis on the technology industry, attracting revenue through subscriptions, advertising, and events (niche: technology).

Income $ 22M

  1. The Verge: (https://www.theverge.com/) Covers technology and culture, generating income through advertising, affiliate marketing, and branded content (niche: technology).

Income $ 25M

  1. Technica: (https://www.audio-technica.com/) Provides in-depth coverage of technology and gadgets, earning income through subscriptions, advertising, and affiliate marketing (niche: technology).

Income $ 100M

  1. Polygon: (https://www.polygon.com/) Focuses on video games and gaming culture, deriving income through advertising, affiliate marketing, and sponsored content (

Income $52,000/ day

 

Finance

  1. The Savvy Couple, $43,547 (May 2019)
  2. Club Thrifty, $1.03 Million (Annual)
  3. Breaking the One Percent, $167,390 (January/February 2019)
  4. The Money Ninja, $9,342.46 (December 2019)
  5. Making Sense of Cents, Over $1.5 Million (Annual)
  6. Financial Flamingo, Over $1,000 (January 2020)
  7. Finsavvy Panda, Over $10,000 (July 2023)
  8. Money Dot Calm, $720 (April 2020)
  9. Moneyhungry, $3911 (October 2019)
  10. Money Q&A, $3926.66 (October 2019)
  11. Smart Pennies, Over $100 (November 2019)
  12. The Baller on a Budget, $45,620.18 (Annual)
  13. Swift Salary, $3481 (Annual)
  14. Single Moms Income, $3013 (March 2019)
  15. This Mama Blogs, $1937.65 (November 2018)
  16. Believe in a Budget, Over $500,000 (Annual)
  17. My Work from Home Money, $144,900 (Annual)
  18. Redefining Mom, $1,135 (May 2018)
  19. Reverse the Crush:$109 (September 2021)
  20. Frugal Mom Guide:$200 (March 2019)
  21. Wallet Squirrel:$441 (March 2021)
  22. The Millennial Bull:$599 (March 2019)
  23. Bee Money Savvy:$825 (July 2020)
  24. My Money Yard:~$1,333 (Annual)
  25. The Frugal South:$3,433 (April 2018)
  26. Money from Side Hustle:~$3,626 (Annual)
  27. Lylia Rose:$3,735 (October 2019)
  28. Project Financially Free:$3,786 (January 2021)
  29. Money Q and A:$3,923 (October 2019)
  30. Freedom in a Budget:$5,253 (December 2020)
  31. The Financial Cookbook:$6,836 (January 2022)
  32. Unconventional Prosperity:$8,255 (February 2018)
  33. Caroline Vencil:$12,007 (October 2017)
  34. Dollar Sprout:$61,915 (October 2018)
  35. Millennial Money Man:$127,213 (September 2018)
  36. Well Kept Wallet: $17,714 (Monthly)
  37. Rose At Water: $8,304.39 (December 2016)

Travel

  1. Two Wandering Soles, $14,179 (March 2019)
  2. Ashley Abroad, $2,112.61 (September 2019)
  3. Travel with a Plan, $735.31 (8 Month in 2019)
  4. Practical Wanderlust, $4,145 (January 2018)
  5. Local Adventurer, $302,900 (Annual)
  6. It’s a Lovely Life, $2,233,236.40 (Annual)
  7. Living the Dream, $5,050 (November 2023)
  8. Indian Girling, Over $1,000 (July 2018-February 2019)
  9. Imperfect Idealist, $400 (Annual)
  10. Expat Kings, $2,338.15 (June 2019)
  11. Johnny Africa, $12,031 (Annual)
  12. Trekkn, Over $5,000 (Annual)
  13. Affordable by Amanda, Over $4,000 (July 2019)
  14. Desk to Dirtbag, $4,461.70 (July 9019)
  15. The Sunshine Suitcase, $105.93 (June 2019)
  16. The Atlas Edit:$10 (March 2018)
  17. Nomad Numbers:~$212 (Annual)
  18. Journey with Jess:$241 (January 2018)
  19. Mathers on the Map:$314 (April 2020)
  20. Top Travel Sights:$539 (Annual)
  21. Happily Ever Travels:$591 (November 2020)
  22. She Dreams of Alpine:$700 (July 2018)
  23. Once in a Lifetime Journey:$1,048 (September 2017)
  24. Sunshine Seeker:$1,123 (September 2017)
  25. World Travel Family:~$1,533 (Annual)
  26. Desk to Dirtbag:$1,724 (December 2017)
  27. The Sweetest Way:$1,933 (September 2017)
  28. The Wandering Gourmand:$2,019 (May 2016)
  29. Ali’s Adventures:$2,869 (June 2017)
  30. Wherever Writer:$3,575 (February 2018)
  31. Amy Fillinger:$4,223 (June 2022)
  32. The Professional Hobo:~$4,243 (Annual)
  33. Globetrotter GP:$5,733 (January 2020)
  34. The Atlas Heart:$6,598 (June 2021)
  35. Valerie & Valise:$7,839 (December 2020)
  36. Nomad Life 101:$8,650 (July 2022)
  37. Living the Dream RTW:$9,129 (November 2023)
  38. A Dangerous Business:$9,229 (December 2018)
  39. Fun Life Crisis:$10,455 (April 2022)
  40. Adventure in You:$19,233 (June 2018)
  41. Travel Mexico Solo:$23,786 (Annual)
  42. Kara and Nate:~$41,176 (September 2019)
  43. Fitnancials: $4,612 (Monthly)
  44. Travel Blog Breakthrough: $3,269 (Monthly)
  45. External Expat: $2,501.25 (January 2018)

Food

  1. 40 Aprons, $31,225 (August 2019)
  2. Hangry Woman, $2,605.65 (January 2020)
  3. Went Here 8 This, $2,511.64 (October 2019)
  4. A Sassy Spoon, $15,843.36 (Annual)
  5. Thyme & Joy, $1231.17 (April 2019)
  6. Midwest Foodie, $1324.75 (October 2019)
  7. Butternut Bakery, $5,041.45 (May 2019)
  8. Nikki’s Plate, $2332 (October 2019)
  9. The Honest Spoonful, $787.21 (April 2019)
  10. Fork in the Road, $1056.25 (March 2019)
  11. Elizabeth Chloe, $48.17 (January 2019)
  12. Salted Mint, $406.59 (April 2019)
  13. The Clean Eating Couple, Over $150,000 (Annual)
  14. The Fit Delish, $560 (October 2019)
  15. Lucky Mojito, $686.03 (June 2019)
  16. Pinch of Yum, Over $60,000 (Annual)
  17. The BeWitchin Kitchen: $6,313 (February 2018)
  18. Yup, It’s Vegan: $1,478.54 (February 2017)
  19. Show Me The Yummy: $46,367 (Monthly)
  20. Jessica Gavin: $5,097.80 (March 2017)
  21. Pickled Plum: $4,330.08 (November 2016)
  22. Recipe This: $2,431 (Monthly)

Blogging, Entrepreneurship & Tech

  1. Adam Enfroy, $35,174 (September 2019)
  2. Kate Kordsmeier, $15,167.70 (October 2019)
  3. Ryan Robinson, $39,448.92 (July 2019)
  4. Matthew Woodward, $25,718.28 (Annual)
  5. This Online World, $7,000 (Annual)
  6. Joanna Rahier, Over $700 (August 2019)
  7. Blog Ambitious, $6,949.64 (July 2019)
  8. 99signals, $5,242.48 (July 2019)
  9. Like to Dabble, $29,887.26 (Annual)
  10. A Self Guru, $35,000 (October 2019)
  11. Let’s Reach Success, $6,652 (July 2019)
  12. Anastasia Blogger, $8,336 (March 2019)
  13. Cassie Scroggins, $3,713.40 (December 2019)
  14. Boss Girl Bloggers, $5,051.81 (Annual)
  15. Living the Blog, $115,370.26 (Annual)
  16. Easy Blog Emily, $512 (September 2019)
  17. BforBloggers, $3804.86 (March 2019)
  18. Perfection Hangover, $1627.5 (March 2019)
  19. Jasmine Alley, $36,975.21 (Annual)
  20. Chelsea Joy Eats:$789 (March 2021)
  21. The Fiery Vegetarian:$888 (March 2020)
  22. The Twin Cooking Project:$997 (May 2020)
  23. Jar of Lemons:$1,121 (June 2017)
  24. Get on My Plate:$2,106 (December 2021)
  25. Always Use Butter:$3,183 (September 2022)
  26. Broken Oven Baking:~$3,800 (Annual)
  27. Oh So Foodie:$4,506.30 (May 2020)
  28. Stephanie’s Sweets:~$6,791 (Annual)
  29. Kitchen Sanctuary:$18,341 (October 2018)
  30. Out of the 925:$1,182 (January 2021)
  31. Passive Income Wise:$1,693 (October 2017)
  32. House of Brazen:$5,221 (March 2017)
  33. Prosmartrepreneur:$8,657 (January 2021)
  34. Do You Even Blog:$9,663 (July 2018)
  35. Horkey Handbook: $20,492 (December 2016)
  36. Treasure Gnome: $9750.93 (Monthly)
  37. Patchesoft: $3,142.12 (February 2018)

Lifestyle/DIY/Crafts

  1. Lovely Refinement, $2,000 (October 2019)
  2. Fit Mommy in Heels, $11,562.19 (September 2019)
  3. Lifestyle with Leah, $233.82 (December 2019)
  4. Italian Polish Momma, $1,600 (March 2019)
  5. Life Fully Caffeinated, $40.63 (June 2019)
  6. About Social Anxiety, $405.48 (November 2019)
  7. Desert Blossom Crafts, $1,941.44 (Annual)
  8. Ironwild Fitness, $133.71 (April 2019)
  9. KAinspired, Over $10,000 (Annual)
  10. Crochet 365 Knit Too, $5,286 (April 2019)
  11. Liana Desu, $2,386.99 (September 2019)
  12. The Fab 20s, $1,566.40 (February 2019)
  13. Tickled Think:$111 (May 2018)
  14. Mind Her Way:$202 (July 2020)
  15. Blast Aloud:$442 (April 2018)
  16. Budget and Mom Jeans:$507 (June 2021)
  17. Boss Babe Chronicles:$821 (May 2020)
  18. Tory Stender:$1,166 (September 2020)
  19. The Thought Journal:$1,257 (April 2018)
  20. A Love 4 Me:$1,790 (January 2021)
  21. Oh Clary:$1,910 (August 2018)
  22. The Huntswoman:$3,541 (September 2021)
  23. Heart’s Content Farmhouse:$4,310 (March 2021)
  24. Hooked to Books:$5,440 (December 2018)
  25. By Leah Claire:$6,119 (September 2022)
  26. Thrifts and Tangles:$6,796 9December 2021)
  27. By Sophia Lee:$9,439 (January 2019)
  28. Hot Beauty Health:$9,655 (September 2018)
  29. One Big Happy Life:$10,900 (November 2018)
  30. Anna in the House:$13,813 (November 2020)
  31. Neat House Sweet Home:$653 (April 2017)
  32. Sew Some Stuff:$2,802 (February 2018)
  33. Fiddle Leaf Interiors:$2,911 (Annual)
  34. Cut n Make Crafts:$3,154 (January 2020)
  35. Swoodson Says:~$4,374 (Annual)
  36. Xukkhini:$1,732 (March 2018)
  37. Embracing Simple: $2,400 (Monthly)
  38. Mostly Morgan: $2,000 (Monthly)
  39. Just a Girl & Her Blog: $41,700 (Monthly)
  40. Nerd Fitness: Over $100,000 (Monthly)
  41. Master Sketchup: $3,120 per (Monthly)
  42. Art of Manliness: 400,000 a year (Annual)
  43. Orlando Date Night Guide: $100,000 (Annual)
  44. Celebrity Baby Scoop: $300,000 (Annual)
  45. Arts & Classy: $3364.75 (October 2016)
  46. While She Naps: $3,152.3 (Monthly)
  47. Sewrella: $9755.76 (February 2018)
  48. The Flooring Girl: $2,006 (October 2017)

Mom Blog 

  1. Easy Baby Life, $4,310 (April 2017)
  2. Pulling Curls, $6,631 (May 2017)
  3. The Keele Deal:$345 (March 2021)
  4. House of Sonshine:$487 (June 2021)
  5. Seaside Sundays:$525 (May 2017)
  6. Journey to SAHM:$630 (December 2018)
  7. Midwife and Life:~$1,035 (Annual)
  8. The Mummy Front:$1,555 (August 2018)
  9. Another Mommy Blogger:$2,546 (February 2020)
  10. Mommy to Max:$5,251 (April 2017)
  11. The Intentional Mom:$5,481 (April 2017)
  12. Swaddles ‘n’ Bottles:$11,180 (Annual)
  13. Fit Mom Journey:$10,124 (December 2018)

3 thoughts on “Is Blogging Dead In 2024?”

  1. No, blogging is not dead it’s just morphing. For example it’s going to be a bit more difficult to just start a blog using a free blogging service from scratch with no type of authority on your particular domain name. So like you said in one of your trainings it’s going to be a good idea to choose the domain name wisely; one which already has a bit of ranking power.

    Of course this blows the whole “doing everything for free” method out of the water. That’s what’s getting harder: trying to find ways to do it without spending a dime!

    As for the morphing aspect I mentioned at the beginning of this comment, using places like Medium as the new blogging platform would be smarter especially for those concerned about cost. The articles you publish there gets indexed very fast like Iin less than 24 hours and I’m seeing this myself and i just started using Medium.

    But if you use ai generated content you got to edit it well so it’s personalized and not redundant or robotic sounding. One of my articles that got indexed got removed grin search results 2 days later and I know it was because i didn’t edit an Ai assisted article i published well enough.

    Looking forward to moor insight on these things.

  2. So, 43 niches? I teach drums and piano and I’m using YouTube, getting some response not as much as I’d like but I’m going to check this medium thing out and i’ll join you people too.

    Keyguy88

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