25 Top Earning Bloggers You’ll Want To Learn From

Blogs and podcasts have exploded in popularity over the last few decades. With more people gaining access to the internet, bloggers from all over the world share content with a simple click of the button. Naturally, a handful of small blogs slowly evolved into massive media and news organizations, creating new content for a new generation. With that kind of traffic, bloggers suddenly found a new stream of revenue they didn’t think possible before. Here are 25 Top Earning Bloggers You’ll Want To Learn From.


John Lee Dumas

John_Lee_DumasSource: https://www.eofire.com/income/

John Lee Dumas is the founder of the podcast Entrepreneurs on Fire. He interviews inspiring entrepreneurs seven days a week about how they’re growing their business. It was also awarded Best of iTunes. He made a total gross income of $2,643,033 in 2016.


Pat Flynn

pat flynnSource: https://www.smartpassiveincome.com/

Pat Flynn blogs at Smart Passive Income, writing about how to make a steady income online. He regularly blogs, runs a podcast, and has plenty of ebooks on business and products. In the last twelve months, he’s earned $1,764,106.


Steve Pavlina

Steve-pavlinaSource: https://www.stevepavlina.com/

Blogging on his personal website, Steve Pavlina discusses personal growth and development, including emotional health, relationships, and values. He regularly blogs through articles, podcasts, and videos. His net worth is roughly estimated at a half million dollars.


Heather B. Armstrong

Heather_Armstrong_in_2010Source: https://dooce.com/

Heather B. Armstrong’s been blogging for roughly ten years and runs Dooce.com, a blog about family and life. She also runs a podcast of the same name and has an estimated net worth of 2 million dollars.


Matt Marshall

matt marshallSource: https://venturebeat.com/

Matt Marshall founded the blog Venture Beat, covering entrepreneurship and the tech scene, in 2006 and has watched it grow exponentially since then. He makes $3.6 million from Venture Beat.

Photo: Feature Image: shutterstock, 25. EJO25959, John Lee Dumas, CC BY-SA 3.0, 24. The Sales Whisperer via flickr. CC BY 2.0., 23. Wikipedia Commons.com (Public Domain), 22. Sarah from Houston, USA, Heather Armstrong in 2010, CC BY 2.0, 21. Matt Marshall (Fair Use: No free images available), 20. Joel Comm, Joel-comm-2016, CC BY-SA 3.0,  19. Jake Dobkins (Fair Use: No free images available), 18. Eric from Irvine, Perezhiltonblue, CC BY 2.0, 17. Mykl Roventine, ChrisBrogan, CC BY 3.0, 16. Matt Carter (Fair Use: No free images available), 15. Chris Garett (Fair Use: No Free images available), 14. John Paul Aguiar (Fair Use: No free images available), 13. Erik Kastner, Gary Vaynerchuk by Erik Kastner, CC BY-SA 2.0, 12. Alborz Fallah (Fair Use: No Free images available), 11. Andreas Dantz via flickr. CC BY 2.0. , 10. Wendy Piersall via flickr. CC BY 2.0, 9. Ewdison Then (Fair Use: No free images available), 8. Envato via flickr. CC BY 2.0, 7. Tim Sykes, Tim Sykes, CC BY 2.0, 6. Josh Marshall (Fair Use: No Free Images available), 5. Enrique Dans from Madrid, Spain, Peter Rojas, CC BY 2.0, 4. Geoff Livingston via flickr. CC BY 2.o , 3. Brian Solis, Michael Arrington 1, CC BY 2.0, 2. David Shankbone, Pete Cashmore 2012 Shankbone, CC BY 3.0, 1. syedbalkhi.com

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