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Track Your Blog’s Finances #WAHMHop

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If you are a professional blogger at some point you will need to find a way to keep track of your finances . Your income (sponsored posts, ad revenue, affiliate ads, product or service fees) and expenses (conference fees, design work, office supplies, internet fees.)

Many bloggers have created printables or spreadsheets to track these things. Try a few and figure out which one works best for you. I highlight a few options below. They show as pins so you can easily repin to your own boards or click through to see the website it came from.


Income/Expenses Sheet from The Alisha Nicole

This is a simple sheet that you can print out and keep track of the date, source, expense, income and notes.

Monthly Blog Income/Expense Tracker from The Stitchin Mommy

Another simple print out, one for income and one for expenses. Date, Source, Description, Amount.

Blogging Income Spreadsheet from Simply Stacie

This spreadsheet is a Google Doc that you can save to use for yourself. It’s a simple setup with date, company, description, amount and notes. It has different tabs for each month.

Affiliate Website Earnings Spreadsheet from SugarRae

This spreadsheet is more complicated and allows you to track where you are an affiliate for including your contacts info, login info, niche, commission rate and similar info. Then a spreadsheet allows you to track your earnings for each month and year plus list of expenses.


Blog Revenue Spreadsheet from Pulling Curls – $3

This spreadsheet allows you to track your traffic as well as your income. It’ allows you to track many income sources and tracks the changes from month to month. You can order it through PayPal.

For more finance-related topics visit a few of my favorite blogs:

  • Free Program for Small Business Accounting byEllen Blogs
  • Financing Your Blog: What to Pay For and What to Do Yourself by Pretty Opinionated
  • Stop the CHAOS | Gain Control Over Finances by Day by Day in Our World

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Ellen Christian

Saturday 15th of August 2015

I need to learn how to track my affiliate income better. That's one area I am sadly lacking in.

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