November 2016 Money Manifesto Blogging Income Report

Welcome to another Money Manifesto blogging income report!

I share my income every month without fail for two reasons. Reason one is to inspire others. Reason two is to hold myself accountable.

This month’s income report is going to be a short one. We’re preparing for the holidays, settling in to our new home and putting the finishing touches on cleaning our apartment.

To top it all off, we have family coming in town today and we have to get ready for them, too!

Major Plans For 2017

I’ve already started thinking about 2017 and I’ve come to two conclusions. The first is I need to spend more time on Money Manifesto to grow it.

This past year has been about everything besides the blog. We sold two houses, built a home, moved twice and had our first child! If that isn’t a busy year, I don’t know what is. So, next year, one of my main focuses will be growing the blog.

To do that, my other conclusion is I need to start investing in my blog if I want it to grow. Yes, you can bootstrap and grow a blog, but there comes a point where spending money can help accelerate that growth. That’s where I feel I am at in my blogging journey now.

Ok, time to get to November’s income!

November Blogging Income – $3,318.43

November was another decent month for blogging income. I didn’t hit it out of the park by any means, but I exceeded the minimum amount of income my family needs easily.

I continued to earn income through freelance writing, affiliate income, traditional advertisements and sponsored content. For more on these types of income, check out my October blogging income report.

Well, this was a short report, but expect longer reports with more juicy information in 2017!

Do you have any questions about my blogging income? Feel free to ask in the comments below or send me an email.

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About Lance Cothern

Lance Cothern, a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) licensed in the Commonwealth of Virginia, is the founder of Money Manifesto. You can read more about him here or connect with him on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or Pinterest.

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