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Wednesday, December 14, 2005

Some AdSense Stats

This morning I went to one of my Favorite Blogs (ProBlogger) and found some interesting stats.
I would like to thank Darren for taking such a poll, as he gets Many more readers than I.

Many of us use AdSense and have varying degrees of sucess. I for one did vote (guess where I was on the graph).

You are probably right, since I happen to be in the Majority.

There are obviously a lot of bloggers at the bottom end making less than 34 cents per day with AdSense (27% of those who responded) with a further 10% making under the $1 per day mark.

This is very important to keep in mind if you’re just getting into blogging with dollar signs in your eyes. Drink in these figures and give yourself a reality check if this is you.

While there are some nice earnings in this mix the vast majority of respondents are not getting rich from blogging. Quote from Darren Rowse at Problogger

This is one reason not to depend on ONLY ONE REVENUE STREAM.

Make sure you have a REAL game plan for making money on the Internet. Very few will succeed using just one source of income. I'm quite sure that the TOP 18 are some of the Better Known Bloggers (I'm not sure if Darren included himself) and have MANY other Revenue streams they are using.

Visit Darren at Problogger and cast your vote (please, be honest).

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