This is my April 2020 blog income report in my twelfth month of blogging.
In April my traffic grew even more than it did last month.
How I continue to get hundreds of thousands of page views every month.
I am very active on Pinterest. I spend 4 productive hours working on my blog every day. Of those 4 hours, close to two hours is spent focused on Pinterest daily. I use this time to create new eye-catching pins with text overlay. I join group boards, I spend time learning the various strategies in this Pinterest e-course and I study the Pinterest platform to appraise myself on what’s working for other food bloggers.
Before writing my content, I pay attention to what’s popular on Pinterest. I try to publish at least 1 popular recipe in my niche.
I also like to focus on what’s not yet available in my niche. I know my niche pretty well so I know what potential readers what.
Food blog highlights For April 2020
April was another great month for the blog. I didn’t quite double my traffic like I did in March, but I certainly was able to increase my traffic!
Before you continue reading, feel free to check out the progress of blogs income and traffic over the last 11 months below:
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I sometimes go months without posting or touching my blog and still earn between $2000-$3500 every single month! This has been ongoing ever since the blog had its first $1000+ month in January 2020. You can check out my income reports here.
The barrier to entry doesn’t exist because starting a food blog only requires you to pay for hosting, buy groceries, cook, take photos, and learn how to market on a social media platform or Search engines. You can do all of those things from anywhere in the world and there is no cap on how much you can earn.
Food blogging can be fun.
Blogging is awesome. No matter what day it is, or whether it’s the weekend, a holiday, or if you’re sick or demotivated and can’t show up to work on your blog, etc, as long as you’re on an ad network, and you’re receiving traffic, you will make money. This makes blogging so reliable and constant.