My Zero Month Blog Income Report

Blogging Tips

So it’s June 1, 2020 and I have officially re-launched my blog. I started a blog last year on pennies while I was in between jobs and sure enough as soon as I got another job I abandoned it. It wasn’t making me any money and I was treating it like a hobby not a business. Recently, I made a BUNCH of changes to help my blog bring in income here’s what I did:

First, I changed my hosting and site. I initially started my blog on Blogger because it was free. It was a headache and it looked low budget. If I wanted to keep people looking around on my site, it had to be pretty. So I made the painful switch to I did a bit of research before I made the switch and I took the DIY approach and I regret it. It was time consuming and a headache. If you’re not a tech person (like me), hire someone. Fiverr is a great place to find help for a low price. I ended up going there to find someone to help me clean up the mess.

Second, I changed my hosting to Bluehost. This was a no-brainer because it is integrated with WordPress and they offer free email.

Third, I joined affiliate programs. There is a ton of ones out there so find ones that go with your niche.

Fourth, I invested in my blog. I signed up for Tailwind and it has been a game changer. I am getting so much exposure on Pinterest. I also went to Etsy and bought some social media art to make my pins more attractive.

I am convinced that doing these things gave me the push that I needed. I made $9.90 selling products from my website and $114.84 from selling printables on Etsy. My total blog income for May 2020 was $124.74.

Overall, I think these changes were much needed and overdue. I feel like my blog looks “ok” for now but I know I am going to upgrade it again within a year or so. I was so happy after making these changes that I decided to set some goals. Here are my goals for June:

  • Achieve 1000 monthly page views. I made the switch to WordPress around May 19th and I currently have 238 views for that 12-day period. (up to June 1st).
  • Get 50K Pinterest monthly views. I’m currently at 22.3K.
  • Have 1500 Pinterest followers, I currently have 919. Don’t forget to follow me on Pinterest.
  • Have 30 published blog posts, I currently have 23.
  • Add at least one related content post to every blog post.
  • Grow my email list by 3 subscribers.

So those are my goals for this month. Stay tuned to see how I do! If you’re thinking about starting a blog and you need some motivation check out my post below.

Why I Started a Blog.

Always secure the bag,

from the lawyer next door,
Crystallace Fenn

FTC: I participate in an affiliate marketing program. If you choose to make a purchase as a result of clicking a link, I may receive a small commission of the sale. This helps me run my blog and I don’t talk about things I don’t actually use.

Legal Disclaimer: Although I am a lawyer by profession, I am not YOUR lawyer. All content and information on this website is for informational and educational purposes only, does not constitute legal advice and does not establish any kind of attorney-client relationship by your use of this website.

about the blogger
Hi, I’m Crystal and welcome to my blog. I’m a Millennial (and a lawyer) who enjoys sharing and helping others.
search the blog
featured product
Read More

Recommended Posts

5 Black Bloggers Who Blog About Blogging

5 Black Bloggers Who Blog About Blogging

Let's admit it, the blogging world industry is White. So, it may be hard for aspiring black bloggers or existing black bloggers to find a community and mentorship. These things are important because having a successful blog is about building a community. Blogging is a...

5 Truths About Law School ….

5 Truths About Law School ….

Last year, I made a YouTube video "5 Myths About Law School." So, I wanted to write a blog post about "5 Truths About Law School." I'll put the link to my YouTube video below so that you can check it out. Don't forget to subscribe while you're there! Let's jump right...

4 Ways Having a Household Budget Benefits You

4 Ways Having a Household Budget Benefits You

Household budgeting is one of the simplest ways to start being in charge of your money. One of the biggest lessons most people learn is that they don’t have an income problem, they have a spending problem. While I’m not going to get into the steps to plan a household...


Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Pin It on Pinterest