How Much Money I Made Online

I did a post not so long ago about how some blogging for money isn’t as easy as some folk out there made it out to be. I thought I would follow that post with this one, a post that is going to show you exactly how much money I made online in 2014 / 2015.

It’s not going to be a long post. I’m just going to break down my blogging for money earnings into their respective categories.

How Much Money I Made Blogging In 2014 / 2015

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Advertising: $470 This includes money I’ve earned some of that from my OIOPublisher ad space in the top right sidebar. OIOPublisher makes accepting ads from clients as easy as pie, completely automating the process. The rest I got from doing paid posts on my blogs.

Affiliate Payments: $3901.59 Apart from a couple of sales from promoting FlexSqueeze2 the bulk of that money has come from my lottery sites. You can find the affiliates I use to make all this cash here.

Other Income: $28.08 This was from people paying me to remove links leading to their website.

All in all I made a total of $4399.73! Not a huge amount but it is steadily growing. Also my Sport Betting site hasn’t kicked in yet and I have high hopes for that site. That and the fact that every time someone signs up under me as a Lottery customer they become my customer for life. This means every time they buy a lottery ticket online I get paid my commission.

Just a quick note, these earnings do not include any monies that have not reached payment levels, a little over $1000. That’s cool though because They’ll all be added to my 2015 / 2016 earnings.

Any money that I earn online is payed into either of three accounts.

  1. Neteller
  2. PayPal
  3. Skrill

Of those my favourite is Neteller because they offer a free MasterCard which I can use online and in the real world as well.

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Peter Pelliccia

I'm an Aussie blogger who loves to blog and share everything that I've learned on my blogging journey, including blogging tips and ways to blog for money. I am also trying to make my way on YouTube. You can follow my progress by subscribing to My Bonzer Channel.

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  1. Twitter:
    I wish you all the best with your future earnings. It took me a couple of years to build up a decent income from my websites, Adsense and eBooks, and I still work full time…
    Leslie recently posted…An Introduction to Digital MarketingMy Profile


    1. Twitter:
      It took me years as well Leslie. It definitely is a slow process. As little as it is its extra income which always comes in handy.

      As for Adsense, it’a the lowest contributor and I don’t even have it on my niche sites.
      Peter Pelliccia recently posted…Make Money OnlineMy Profile


  2. Twitter:
    Good share Pete. The thing is you have fewer ads here than you used to as you’ve figured out that you can make money off those other sites better. Still, it’s all about promotion and getting the traffic so you have a better chance for those sales. I wish you good luck on it all.
    Mitch Mitchell recently posted…The Ethics Of Social MediaMy Profile


    1. Twitter:
      You know me Mitch, I’m as honest as they come. I could have easily blown out those figures, as some do, to try and suck people in but I’m not built that way.

      As for the ads, I know some folks who would disagree with you :wink_ee:
      Peter Pelliccia recently posted…Why I Love WP Zon BuilderMy Profile


  3. Twitter:
    That’s some good money, you’re making. I’m new in the world of blogging and i can’t help but look up to people like you. I’m sure you’ll have great tips for me.

  4. I run a few sites and it took me at least 2 years before I saw reasonable income from most of them. I noticed once I hit the 2 year mark, though, things really began to take off and my income hugely increased.

    Like you, I tend to not push AdSense on my niche sites as much as I do affiliate programs as AdSense is just such a low earner nowadays.

    Congrats on your income though. That’s more than a very good start :)


    1. Twitter:
      Leo, I’ve been blogging for more than 10 years now but it’s only since I started the online lottery sites that the money started coming in. I’m happy in the knowledge that every time I sign someone new up my earning potential also increases.
      Peter Pelliccia recently posted…Lotto AffiliateMy Profile


  5. Twitter:
    I read in a book somewhere, “Keep on keeping on.” I think I remember who said it but maybe on of your good readers call tell us for sure as I do not want to guess wrong.


    1. Twitter:
      I don’t know who said it Troy but my intention is to ‘keep on keeping on!’ I’m hoping that my blogging for money revenue will be my retirement fund. :smoke_tb:
      Peter Pelliccia recently posted…Lotto AffiliateMy Profile

  6. Pete, You are off to a good start – thanks for sharing! Online marketing and affiliate work is slow to start, but having that residual years down the road is worth it! How much time have you put in so far to get where you are?

  7. That’s some impressive dedication! If you were doing it all again, what is the #1 thing you’d do differently / your #1 internet marketing tip you learned?


  8. Twitter:
    This is quite a good amount of money. I guess that most online entrepreneur doesn’t come even close to this. I hope you will be able to multiply the model and double or even triple your online income in the next couple of months.
    Jason recently posted…Phantom Encrypt Launches its Online StoreMy Profile


    1. Twitter:
      Hey Jason, I doubt that I will be able to do that over the next couple of months. I’m afraid it will take a lot longer than that. Still I’m positive my earnings will grow as I grow my customer base. And all without having a list.
      Peter Pelliccia recently posted…Just Funny Jokes Friday Funnies #175My Profile


  9. Twitter:
    It is decent amount of earnings from multiple streams. I’ve had quite a good year in 2014. I’ve got $12k from a business incubator program for my website, few months bring on average $900/month on affiliate marketing and quite a lot on web services that I offer. Though AdSense income nearly disappeared.

  10. Hi Peter,Thanks for sharing this. I’m new in blogging, and I definitely need to check some of your blogging tips. And it’s just great that you have mentioned about a niche blogs in one of your comments.

    Rebecca
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  11. As a Nigerian Blogger ,about 40 percent of the total money i make online blogging is from Advertisement. After writing articles that are generating views from readers,most bloggers sign up with ad parties,like Adsense,Media.net,infolinks etc,and once they get approved by the ad network they sign up for,advertisement will start showing on there blog.Apart from selling adverts from ads networks,most professional bloggers in Nigeria also make money blogging by selling adverts from private advertisers.


    1. Twitter:
      Hey Benny,

      its good to know that you’re making good money from ads. Personally that’s never been my biggest earner. That’s why I have turned to other avenues.
      Peter Pelliccia recently posted…My Top Ten YouTube VideosMy Profile

  12. Hi , Thank you for sharing this useful Post. In 2014 I could make around $500 with my blog with much effort. If I could make 4000 dollars in a single year with the internet I would not worry about anything. hehe. In my country (Rep. Dom.) The money in dollars is much more profitable.

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