Christian girl dating a non christin guy
If they got 400,000 pageviews per month, it was about $4000 a month.
Currently I make six figures a year, but back in 2010 when I was just starting out, I asked the readers of this blog to share their incomes.
It certainly wasn’t a scientific study, nor was it a representative cross-section of all bloggers, but many did share their incomes and I am so grateful they did.
Within that struggle, inevitably the question comes up: Can a Christian date a non-Christian?
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I’d say most of the bloggers who answered the question in 2010 made most of their money via display ads.
This is important to remember, lest you think these numbers are typical.
In other words, it’s not likely you’ll make a full-time income writing and networking 2-4 hours a day.In fact, I keep track of many on one of my Pinterest boards (you can follow that board here).Usually a person has been blogging a while before they start posting their income reports, so the numbers you see here are generally not from beginning bloggers.Update: It’s now 2016 and many of the incomes people shared (in the comments below) are now years old and likely no longer accurate simply because things in the blogging world change so fast. When I first asked people to share what they were making in 2010, I saw a general trend emerge.Of those who answered, most were making about 1% of their monthly pageviews.For example, if a blogger got 40,000 pageviews per month, they we’re making roughly $400 a month.