304: The $5k a Month Part-Time Girl Scout Blog

Jodi Carlson has been running her blog LeaderConnectingLeaders.com part-time since 2014 and has slowly built it up to $5-6k a month in revenue.

The earnings come from a combination of mostly digital product sales, as well as advertising, and affiliate relationships.

The surprising thing – to me at least – is that she’s done this in a niche that theoretically doesn’t have any money.

282: How to Build a $60k a Year Part-Time Blog

Brett Lindenberg is the founder of FoodTruckEmpire.com. A part-time blog that generates $60k a year with just 15 or so hours a week time investment.

Why did Brett start a blog about the food trucking industry?

“I started the blog at a time in my life when I was looking at just a whole bunch of different business ideas,” Brett said.

268: Blogging ROI: From $18 to $100k a Month in 2.5 Years

Could a part-time blog really bring in that kind of cash? Rosemarie swears she only works 20 hours a week!

Yes, The Busy Budgeter is back for her 3rd round on The Side Hustle Show, and it’s a good one.

Since we last spoke, she started posting consistent $100k months from her blog, so of course I had to invite her back to hear what changed.

If you guessed creating her own products and driving paid traffic, you’d be the big winner.

257: Affiliate Marketing for Bloggers: How Michelle Makes $50,000 a Month Selling Other People’s Products

affiliate marketing for bloggers

You might know Michelle Schroeder-Gardner from her super-popular blog MakingSenseofCents.com where she gets hundreds of thousands of readers and makes 6-figures a month.

The bulk of her revenue comes from affiliate marketing, and Michelle now has a course explaining exactly how you too can build a profitable blog at MakingSenseofAffiliateMarketing.com.

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