Niche Sites Income Report – September 2021


$ 33,539


$ 11,751


$ 21,788

These income reports are only for those niche sites that I started in 2019 or later

September is the last month of the quarter and is usually a good month for display ad income.

I also bought a new site from Motion Invest and I am adding that site to my income reports.

Bought a New Site from Motion Invest (Domain Revealed)

I decided a few months ago to not start or buy any new site. But I found one that felt promising and also a good candidate for me to openly share and show how I build and grow sites.

So I bought it!

It’s in the Pet’s niche (about rabbits) and cost me $ 5,800. It had 99 articles and was making $139 per month (all from the Amazon associates program).

I have decided to use this as my public case study site, and you can learn more about the site in the video I made

The site domain name is

Niche Sites Income in September 2021

Site 112841,581$ 1,388
Site 226368,652 $ 2,459
Site 322367,773$ 2,159
Site 48611,338$ 225
Site 5131330,058$ 26,505
Site 611615,531$ 314
Site 715720,779$ 489
Site 8: WhyRabbits.com998,854$ 0

If you’re interested in learning more about the sites, check out the first income report.

Total Income in September 2021 – $ 33,539 (vs. $ 25,201 last month)

Some $$ screenshots:

Mediavine Sep 2021
Site 5 on Mediavine
AdThrive Sep 2021
Site 2 on AdThrive
Ezoic Sep 2021
Site 7 on Ezoic

Now let’s have a look at the expenses.

Expense in September 2021

  • Kinsta: $ 300
  • Manage WP: $ 15
  • Jarvis.AI: $ 99
  • Upwork Writer: $ 1,588
  • In-house writer: $ 500
  • Motion Invest (new site purchase): $ 5,800
  • Content from CDP: $ 3,000
  • Keyword Chef: $ 250
  • Canva Pro: $ 99
  • Copyscape: $ 100

Total Expense: $ 11,751 (vs. $ 1,550 last month)

Expenses related to hosting and some of the plugins/tools are paid yearly. I will add these whenever they come up for renewal.

Net Income for September 2021: $ 21,788 (vs. $ 23,651 last month)

What Am I Reading/Learning?

For September, our book club chose ‘Never Split the Difference’ by Chriss Voss.

This book is written by an FBI hostage negotiator about negotiation.

It’s a good read and has some really interesting concepts. The author explains these concepts using real-life hostage situations.

While there is not much that I can use from the book in my online work, it does have some powerful techniques that can be used in our daily life.

My Favorite Tools and Services

Disclosure: Some of the links in this income report are affiliate links. So if you choose to use my links to make a purchase, it helps me with a little commission (without any extra cost to you, of course)

Some Useful Resources:

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