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By: Vicki Bensinger

Written By: symsyd - Apr• 13•16

I was just talking to a blogger friend of mine via email, and she told me it wasn’t worth it to go out and work since she already makes a great income on her food blog. So then I run across this post in my mailbox and wonder what have I been doing wrong all these years. I virtually make nothing on my blog. Please tell me what I’m doing wrong? Where do I begin to start generating a decent income? I used a couple of outside parties but nothing to speak of came through in revenues.

I look forward to your reply. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. While I love blogging and creating posts, it would be nice to earn a few $$ doing it especially when I read posts like this.

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By: Mario Armstrong

Written By: symsyd - Apr• 13•16

Amy, I wouldn’t be discouraged or put it on the back burner so quickly. It is true apps can be expensive BUT you can also find very talented app developers who will charge way less or you can also phase out your app. So maybe phase 1 accomplishes a certain goal and instead of paying a lot up front you can pay as phases are cometed. I know several people who have had quality apps done between $2,500-5k

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By: Tabetha Robert

Written By: symsyd - Apr• 13•16

Nice tips. The information will definitely help!

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By: Doug

Written By: symsyd - Apr• 13•16

This is the biggest pile of baloney I have ever read. Like: “You can live very comfortably on $45,000 a month”

Really? I did not know that. How will I keep fuel in my jet? Who is the target market for this post based on that statement?

I would love to know how many people are making $100k per MONTH from their blog and this article is about taking your blog to the “next level”. Get real.

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By: Carla Gutierrez

Written By: symsyd - Apr• 13•16

Great stuff indeed! Getting to the next step in business is so easy if you really focus and need to be successful! Nothing just comes out of lazy hands, we must be devoted in our steps to shine. I loved the ideas above. Really look forward to do the same. Thanks for sharing!

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By: Ayaz

Written By: symsyd - Apr• 13•16

Hello! I love reading the post. Excellent tips and especially five and six digits successfull stories. and I am in b/w them working on my app to create next month and certainly learned few things from here.

Thanks for sharing valuable information.

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By: Shelby Roth

Written By: symsyd - Apr• 13•16

I loved teh 5 digit stories, I think you really thought about it. Sounds indeed a very informative and inspiring idea. I look forward into it. Keep up!

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By: Sudhir

Written By: symsyd - Apr• 13•16

well said. investing more by outsourcing and using time in the right way is good for business

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By: Sudhir

Written By: symsyd - Apr• 13•16

i loved reading this post, it had much to say.
I accept the fact that we need to invest more for the growth. our blog has been fetching us a decent amount of money and its been stable without any increase so i think its time to invest more to get back more.

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By: Web Marketing Ninja

Written By: symsyd - Apr• 13•16

Hi Amy.

An app can be cheap if you build it yourself, use a framework or find some cheap help (they all have their upside and downsides). The App industry is not as mature, thus not as empowering. Every day the barriers to adoption will go down, but we’re still waiting for the ‘wordpress of apps’ to emerge.

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