Blogs That Make the Most Money


So you want to know about the blogs that make the most money? Well here are a few examples and tips of how you can work from home and generate income through a blog.

Here are a few examples of the highest paid blogs that make the most money. All are estimated monthly earnings:

1. The Huffington Post: $2,300,000

2. Mashable: $560,000

3. Perez Hilton: $450,000

4. Techcrunch: $400,000

5. Smashing Magazine: $190,000

*figures from

Do you want to know how to make money creating blogs?

Blogs that make the most money are good at 3 things: driving high traffic, being a profitable marketplace, and having reasonable competition.

All of the blogs that make the most money are very good at driving traffic. The basic fundamental way to earn income through a blog is by having a lot of daily visitors. You can have the best product or service ever, but if no one sees it, no one buys it. The same thing with blogs. You can have the best written content, information, opportunity or product, but if no one knows about it, no one is going to read it. So, it’s important to learn how to drive traffic to that blog!

Another aspect of generating money through a blog is you need to have ads or at least programs for people to use. For an example, many of the blogs in the list above have Google AdSense installed in their site. This is a program where every time someone clicks an AdSense ad, you get paid. So if you get a lot of hits on your blog, you are likely to get a lot of “clicks” on your ads. The more clicks, the more money. You can also install banner ads that have your affiliate code embedded into them. This means anything a person buys through that banner, you get paid as well.

Blogs that make the most money didn’t get there by diving into something that had a lot of competition. You have to start off with a niche, or special focus of interest, then work your way up. If you think you can just jump into the same field as the top blogs and start making money, you’re not going to have a chance. Choose a niche that has low competition. But make sure there is some competition. That at least means people are making money.

Source by Samuel Jameson II

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