What Were Your Blogging Startup Costs?

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17 thoughts on “What Were Your Blogging Startup Costs?”

  1. Great, great post. Startup costs for a blog can vary depending on how much you sink into design, hosting, etc., but it’s always good to have an idea of what you’re looking at going into it.

  2. The great thing about starting a blog is that it doesn’t cost too terribly much depending on the route you go. And then depending on how committed you are, it can really pay off!

  3. I love the idea of the FAQ post. This is a great question for anyone who wants to start blogging to find the answer to!

  4. This is very helpful especially for those who wants to start blogging but have tight budget. It is very important that you know what you are doing. This will be a great start for new bloggers!

  5. What an informative post for people looking to dive into the blogging world. It is important to always remember that you have to spend money to make money.

  6. I’ve always wondered how much it would cost to start a blog. I wouldn’t want to start one though, with the business I have now.

  7. I literally get people almost daily asking me these types of questions! And I never know where to send them to get all the answers in one place. I am bookmarking your blog post so I know where to send them for some answers to some of their blogger 101 FAQs!

  8. This is really helpful info. It’s just good to know the startup costs pay off. It can be scary investing in something new.

  9. Really, I just pay for my domain and that’s about it. After a few years I did pay less than $50 to have someone revamp the look. I agree, it takes money to make money, but don’t spend a lot until you know you want to invest the time that it takes to make your blog work as well.

  10. This is very informative, a friend of mine is asking about this. I will share with her so she can start blogging.

  11. I don’t even want to think about what I’ve spent on my blog. lol. Probably way too much, but it seems to pay for itself after awhile. You just have to stick with it.

  12. I’ve spent so much money on my blog since I started it in 2007, lol. But the returns are great so no regrets for me. I love blogging and if you take it as a business like I do, then you have to know what you’re spending on and if the expense is worth it or not.

  13. I would hate to think of the amount I have spent all in all but my first spend out was £10 for a domain name and that did me for the first yearish I think,

  14. I have been able to be frugal with my Blog. The money I do have to spend I am able to get back in other ways. It is important to keep track of your expenses.

  15. These are such great tips and it is great to see how much you have made in just 6 months time. It’s encouraging to others that they can do it too.

  16. Congrats to 8 years of blogging. I am halfway on your level but I am making money doing it as well. Although i have larger financial goals I know this is my career that is going to continue to return to me ten-fold as well.

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