Making a Living as a Blogger


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According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 452,000 people make their primary income as a blogger. That’s more people than work as computer programmers or firefighters.

Why the emergence of paid blogging? Bloggers have influence in almost every field and industry. But, they must earn their influence by providing information people want.

Is it a living? It takes about 100,000 unique visitors to a blog per month to make $75,000 per year. About 1% of bloggers make more than $200,000 per year.

Then there are the 22 million of us blogger that do it for nothing.

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John Todor
John I. Todor, Ph.D. is the Managing Partner of the MindShift Innovation, a firm that helps executives confront the volatility and complexity of the marketplace. We engage executives in a process that tackles two critical challenges: envisioning new possibilities for creating and delivering value to customers and, fostering employee engagement in the innovation and alignment of business practices to deliver on the new possibilities. Follow me on Twitter @johntodor


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