Types of Blogs that make Money

Health Blogs

Adriene hosts the YouTube channel, Yoga With Adriene, a global online community of over 10 million subscribers. Yoga with Adriene provides high quality practices on yoga and mindfulness at no cost to inspire people of all ages, shapes and sizes across the globe.

Natural Living Ideas was born in 2013 and quickly rose to be a leader in the natural living community on the web. From its inception, Natural Living Ideas has made it a priority to bring readers relevant, practical and 100% factual and research-based information in the natural health and living space.

Lifestyle Blogs

Cinoko is a lifestyle blog that gives you a trustworthy approach. We explore, analyse and single out the best alternative solution before introducing the results to you.

Founded in January 2007, Cup of Jo covers style, design, food, culture, travel, relationships and parenting. Our readers are enthusiastic women who love discovering new things. Cup of Jo receives over 5 million monthly page views and 1 million monthly unique visitors.

Fashion blogs

Marie Claire is committed to celebrating the richness and scope of women’s lives. We’re known for our award-winning features, thoughtful essays and op-eds, deep commitment to sustainable fashion, and buzzy interviews and reviews.

Sara Crampton (nee Donaldson) in one of the pioneering style bloggers in Australia, launching her blog Harper and Harley in 2008. With almost a decade of experience in the social media and blogging spectrum, Sara is considered an expert in her field.

Finance Blogs

Our Next Life is written by Tanja Hester, author of Wallet Activism: How to Use Every Dollar You Spend, Earn, and Save as a Force for Change and Work Optional: Retire Early the Non-Penny-Pinching Way. She retired at the end of 2017 at the age of 38 along with her husband Mark Bunge, who was 41.

Travel Blog

Whether you’re interested in traveling to a new city, going on a cruise, or cooking a new dish — we’re committed to inspiring you to experience travel in a whole new way. Lonely Planet’s collection of 825+ travel and guidebooks is sure to inspire the traveler within.

Maptia is a collaborative project with a diverse group of photographers, writers, adventurers, and conservationists. Together we bring readers a world of inspiring and thought-provoking stories.

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