Affiliate And Internet Income For 2007 Over $25,000

John over at JTPRATT’s Blogging Mistakes is asking bloggers and affiliate marketers to disclose their 2007 online income, if they choose to, and he will add you to his post reporting on the $16,000 in online earnings he made in 2007.

Many bloggers report their monthly income such as John Chow, but not many report it for the year. I earned $25,964 last year in internet based income. There are a few expenses such as advertising to deduct, but they are minimal and around 95% of the income is profit. I’ll break it down somewhat below, but it won’t add up to the total because there are a lot of little things that I’m not going to hunt down the figures for, so I’ll just stick with the major money makers.

What I earned income from on the Internet in 2007:

Google Adsense – $12,349.64
Commission Junction – $6,436.15
Clickbank – $1,536.00
TripAdvisor – $1,092.43
AzoogleAds – $604.15
and a few more…

Our financial advisor has been pretty impressed with the fact that for the last 2 years I’ve been able to double my online income and asked me this year if I had a plan to double it again. I’m hoping  that will be the case and more and have plans to triple or quadruple it this year. January’s income will be over $3,000, a more than $500, or 20% increase over December. So, it’s going in the right direction.

If you want to report on your income for 2007, contact John at his blog and let him know you’ve posted your earnings and he’ll add you to his post on earnings for 2007.


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5 Responses to “Affiliate And Internet Income For 2007 Over $25,000”

  1. Thanks Alan! I’ve added you to the blogroll of people that disclosed 2007 earnings. I believe for all of us it’s always fascinating to read about the online progress and earnings of others (as well as helpful)!

  2. Congratulations on your earnings! I think if more affiliates would post their earnings it would inspire others to work harder. When smaller affiliate marketers post their earnings, others will think, “I can do that.” The smaller amounts seem more realistic to earn than the larger amounts.

  3. Thanks Debby, that’s what Affiliate Confession is all about, giving people a realistic picture of making money online.

  4. Alan,

    I forgot to mention that I love your blog and I just added it to my RSS reader.


  5. Pretty tough income, i think 2008 review would be more exciting.

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