Can I be financially stable with blogging in a few months?

allan.d

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Depends where you live and what you call financially stable.

IMO in a few month its difficult.
 

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If you keep at it and do proper keyword research, you will definitely get stable income. How much will depend on your niche and dedication. It’s a good thing that you have several websites and not putting all your eggs in one basket.
 

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I still consider myself a beginner… With that being said, my websites already have content and are out of the sandbox but I’m wondering is it realistic to think that in a few months I can be financially stable?
It depends. If your blog is truly unique and breaks through quickly, you may achieve some decent income quickly.

On average new blogs take years not months in the current market
 

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If you promote your product(s) or services, then yes. But it is nearly impossible if you focus on ad revenues
Wasn't planning to solely focus on ad revenue.

Too little content to become financially stable. Will take a few years not months.

Ok maybe 1 year if you start to rank consistently from now on.
Thanks for your honesty.

Depends where you live and what you call financially stable.

IMO in a few month its difficult.
I live in a very expensive country...

If you keep at it and do proper keyword research, you will definitely get stable income. How much will depend on your niche and dedication. It’s a good thing that you have several websites and not putting all your eggs in one basket.
Thanks mate; if only I could push content faster, I have so many ideas and so many I want to implement and just not enough time.

Few months? No. Maybe a few years.
Appreciate the honesty.

It depends. If your blog is truly unique and breaks through quickly, you may achieve some decent income quickly.

On average new blogs take years not months in the current market
Thanks mate.
 

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Try to use your content for other purposes too:

- Build an email list
- Create ebooks
- Use content for twitter threads/ reddit posts

There’s many things you can doo to take advantage of the work you’ve already done.

Blogging alone is really slow. I am in the same situation as you right now, but I had to find some ways to make money while I’m still working on my websites.
 

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It's hard, but all is possible.
You need to work a lot about your blog, that's all.
 

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It's good to know such info. Your website took off just after 6 months, can you tell us more? I'm just curious as to the number of articles you had, how many articles were bringing in most of the traffic, how you monetized, how much you earned from the website at that time, etc.
I'm just really curious because I'm on a similar journey I'm on my 4th month with 70+ articles and so far, a few articles have led to a massive increase in the website's traffic.
 

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Something for you to consider is that income from a website can fluctuate widely, you can be earning well but you're only one algorithm change away from losing it all.
 

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Based on what I've read, it takes about a year to see consistent income from blogging.
 

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I'd say keep writing consistently, proper link building, and give it a year, and you should be able to do that. I'm on a similar journey now and know a year from now; I will be making a full time income to live in any country.
 

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blog is really hard. if you wanna make money, start with an onlineshop from Shopify and sell products
This was actually one of my first venture but it was short lived because of payment issues; any suggestions?

Move somewhere cheaper and live your life to the fullest. Earn more and spend less.
I will think about it.

Try to use your content for other purposes too:

- Build an email list
- Create ebooks
- Use content for twitter threads/ reddit posts

There’s many things you can doo to take advantage of the work you’ve already done.

Blogging alone is really slow. I am in the same situation as you right now, but I had to find some ways to make money while I’m still working on my websites.
I want to do other stuff as well (to not put all my eggs in one basket), but I'm having trouble balancing everything out...

It's hard, but all is possible.
You need to work a lot about your blog, that's all.
Hopefully all the hard work will pay off.

It's good to know such info. Your website took off just after 6 months, can you tell us more? I'm just curious as to the number of articles you had, how many articles were bringing in most of the traffic, how you monetized, how much you earned from the website at that time, etc.
I'm just really curious because I'm on a similar journey I'm on my 4th month with 70+ articles and so far, a few articles have led to a massive increase in the website's traffic.
Not many articles but I'm working on pushing as much content as I can (someday it's so much easier to write than others); honestly I'm hyper focused on growing them more than anything else atm. 70+ articles? That's great; keep on pushing content!

Something for you to consider is that income from a website can fluctuate widely, you can be earning well but you're only one algorithm change away from losing it all.
I'm well aware and I'd be lying if I said it wasn't my biggest concern.

Based on what I've read, it takes about a year to see consistent income from blogging.
Yeah, it seems like it!

Possible? Absolutely.

Likely? Statistically, no, unless you live in a very cheap country.
I live in a very expensive country.

I'd say keep writing consistently, proper link building, and give it a year, and you should be able to do that. I'm on a similar journey now and know a year from now; I will be making a full time income to live in any country.
Any tips for link building?
 

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it all depends on how much work you put into blogging
stay consistent and don't stick to one niche, try different things, and other platforms like yt, ig, and others.
 

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As you said you live in a pretty expensive country.
No It isn't possible in some months.
Give it a year and try to create more blogs in that time not just one. That will help you diversify your income.
 

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it all depends on how much work you put into blogging
stay consistent and don't stick to one niche, try different things, and other platforms like yt, ig, and others.
Yes, this is what I'm aiming for but it's really hard to do anything else when writing content takes a big chunk of time.

As you said you live in a pretty expensive country.
No It isn't possible in some months.
Give it a year and try to create more blogs in that time not just one. That will help you diversify your income.
Thanks mate!

My advice will be to have multiple blogs and not depend on just a single blog. Also, use the latest methods like YouTube to make money.
I wanted to get into YT but I didn't want to show my face; and I'm not sure how to approach my niches as a faceless channel on YT.
 
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