Can blogging be considered a full time income? Some blogs are cashing in making over 6 figures. BusinessWeek reports:
Launched: January, 2007
Revenue: Estimated $5,600 a month based on ad rates and self-reported traffic data
This blog, consisting of silly photos of cats, and even sillier captions, rocketed to the top of the blogosphere a few months after a Hawaii-based pair started it on a lark.
Launched: January, 2000
Revenue: Over $1 million a year
BoingBoing, a “directory of wonderful things,” might be the king of moneymaking blogs. Always at the top of Technorati, in June the site garnered 22 million page views from 2.6 million unique visitors.
Launched: July, 2003
Revenue: Estimated $8,100 a month based on ad rates and self-reported traffic data Software developer Morgan Friedman and five editors work part-time, running Overheard in New York, a collection of anonymous comments submitted by readers that range from the hilarious to the outrageous.