Welcome to another Blog Income report. This time we will be looking at Full-Time Job From Home’s June 2018 income. June was another increase, so I’m happy to say that income is still on the rise. If you’ve missed any of the past reports, you can see all of my blog income reports here.
Below you’ll find a breakdown of exactly where my income came from in June. You’ll see the name of the site with a link to join, a link to my full review if I have one, how much I made, and a brief description of what the site is.
Before we get started, a few things to note. I’ve been blogging since 2013, so it’s taken me a while to build a large online income. Don’t expect to see results like this overnight. Which is a great reason why you should learn more about blogging right away!
Next, you’ll see a lot of sites on this list that I consider “extra income” sites, but I’ve made several hundred dollars. This is from referring others, I only recommend sites I use, but the bulk of my earnings come from referring others so don’t expect to make a huge income with some of these sites.
Now that we have that out of the way, here’s my income for June 2018. If you have any questions, feel free to leave comments I’d be happy to expand on how I promote a specific site.
Blog Income Report June 2018
Most of my income comes from affiliate marketing, and in my opinion, it’s the best way to monetize your blog. Below is the breakdown of the different sites/programs that I promote and how much I made from each. I’ve left links to full reviews of sites and a brief description of what the site is. Feel free to leave comments below if you have questions about a particular site.
Amazon – $25.10 (Amazon Affiliate Program)
ZipRecruiter – $147.26(New Work From Home Job Leads)
PinterestVA – $3.60 (New Course on How To Work From Home as a Pinterest Virtual Assistant)
Uber – $25 (Refer New Drivers)
Total Affiliate Income: $4,513.55
Most of my income comes from Affiliate Marketing, but Ad Revenue is still a profitable way to monetize your blog. Here are the ad networks I use to put ads on my blog:
Monumetric – $1,606.48 (Main Ad Network Need Minimum 10K page views a month to apply)
Google Adsense – $86.00 (Google’s Ad Network. Available to New Bloggers)
Media.net – $19.24 (Bing/Yahoo Ad Network Accepts Most New Bloggers)
Total Ad Revenue: $1,711.72
June Income: $6,224.27
Income Compared To Last Month
Before we talk about last month, there’re a few new programs on this month’s income report. The two programs are Uber and Panel App. Everyone should know what Uber is but it’s basically a taxi service, but you can sign up to drive to earn extra cash. If you have any interest make sure to check out Uber.com to learn more.
Panel app is a passive income app that pays you to have it installed on your phone. You won’t earn much, but this month I was able to cash out a $25 Amazon gift card just for having it installed.
Now let’s compare June to May. In May I made $5,977.16, so my income went up a few hundred bucks. It’s a step in the right direction, but I was surprised that my income did not increase more. I’ve consistently published new content, and I think with the end of summer right around the corner the monthly income will continue to trend up for the rest of the year (that’s the hope anyway.)
How To Start A Blog
Hopefully you enjoyed this blog income report. Keep in mind that it took me several years to build up my income to make a substantial income with my blog, which is why I highly recommend anyone that has any interest to get started right away.
If you have any interest in making money with a blog, I highly recommend the course/community at Wealthy Affiliate. It’s the course I took to learn how to create a website, create content, drive traffic to my site, and make money. The best part is Wealthy Affiliate will let you try for completely free. That means you can work through some of the training before you pay a dime just to make sure it’s right for you.
If you’d like to learn more visit my full Wealthy Affiliate Review.
Do you have any questions about the sites listed above? Know of any other legitimate sites you think I should cover? I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!