January 2017 Blog Income Report


Below is my first income report for 2017! I honestly thought January would be much slower, but I have been so busy! I have changed some things up on the report. I am now going to be including my expenses, so you can see those as well. As usual, I am not including any affiliates where I did not reach the minimum payout and was not paid this month.


Advertising – $125
TapInfluence – $50
iConnect – $40
Clever Girls Collective – $195
Linqia – $97.60
Amazon – $17.28
BlogHer/She Knows – $50
Google Adsense – $107.32
Massive Sway – $60
Activate by Bloglovin – $789.82
Other Sponsored Posts – $110
Best Buy WOLF Bloggers – $75 gift card

Total Income for January 2017 = $1,717.12

It is interesting to compare this month’s income to last January’s income. I hit the jackpot this month with opportunities on Activate by Bloglovin. But the really exciting news is that I finally got accepted into Social Fabric! This is one of the top platforms for bloggers. I can’t wait to get accepted for a campaign. They really make you write quality pitches.


Pinterest Advertising – $5
MomDot VIP Blogger Group – $55
IZEA Basic Membership – $1
LinkInProfile (Instagram Tool) – $9.99
Retweet Chores (Twitter Tool) – $10
Mad Mimi (Email Service) – $16
PayPal Fees – $10.77
Yoast SEO (WordPress Plugin) – $96.75
Google Email Plugin – $29.99
Adobe Stock Photos – $39.96
Stable Host – $68.42
Giveaway Prizes – $20
Supplies/Props – $17.55

Total Expenses for January 2017 = $380.43

My expenses this month were higher than normal because of yearly recurring charges that came due.


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2 Comments on January 2017 Blog Income Report – $1,717.12

  1. Anosa
    February 4, 2017 at 2:13 am (2 years ago)

    You did really well for January. I made just under £1000 in January which was pretty good too.
    You’ve made me consider Activate now as I always dismiss them.

  2. Steven
    February 6, 2017 at 6:30 am (2 years ago)

    I’m impressed.
    Those monlthy Income Reports are the reason why i startet blogging last year.

    Good job Emily, Keep going.


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