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Blogging vs Vlogging,What Makes the Most Money?

Blogging vs Vlogging

With the rise of social media and the production of online video content, vlogging has become popular among people. Both of the activities depend upon traffic to generate money. Is vlogging more profitable than blogging? Read this entire article to find the answer. 

What is blogging?

A blog is an online/virtual journal that is maintained by the website creator. A blogger can write about their personal life, express their ideas, share their knowledge, and much more. A blogger has no form of restrictions upon them or their writings. Blogging can appear in the form of texts, pdfs, or images.

Some blogging platforms for beginners

Wix
Perfect for beginners; this platform allows them to create amazing websites for their blogs without much hassle. Lastly, this is free.

Squarespace
This platform allows the blogger to design their websites beautifully and arrange their posts in an attractive manner.

Blogger
You can easily use this app even without having any knowledge about coding.

LinkedIn
This platform is used by more than 500 million people, which will help you to increase the audience reading or viewing your blogs.

Advantages of blogging

Blogging would help you to develop your writing skills since you would be sharing blogs daily. In addition, you even need to connect with your audience by replying to their comments, further enhancing your skills.
Companies or brands can reach you through your blog. Your blogging website increases your exposure to the world.


If you’re willing to write in a different language, then a new language would be added to your list. Connecting to your audience from different nations would also help you to learn a new language.
If your writing skills are impeccable and attractive, then you might get noticed by a publisher and sign a book.
You can sell your merchandise or products through blogging if you manage to convince the readers.

Disadvantages Of Blogging

There is no consistency in your income as it depends on your monthly traffic or number of viewers.
You don’t get paid on your holidays; if you fail to update your blog, you face a loss in income.
Often working from home can make you feel isolated and lonely.

What is Vlogging?

If you aren’t interested in penning down your ideas and experiences, then Vlogging is the appropriate option for you to explore. Vlogging includes recording your zone of interest in a video format. A vlogger vlog his/her daily routine, skills, travel experiences, etc.

Some vlogging platforms 

YouTube
The most popular platform for vlogging is YouTube. It pays you well for your vlogs if they appeal to a larger section of the audience.

Instagram
You can release your vlogs in the form of posts, stories, or igtvs here. Here you might get offers for brand collaboration or sponsorship.

Facebook
You can interact with your fans/followers live here.

Advantages of Vlogging

If your content is interesting to the audience, then you might get much fame and recognition
You will receive association offers and deals from companies.
You can enjoy your passion and vlog the things which interest you.
You can educate, entertain and motivate people through your vlogs.

Disadvantages Of Vlogging

Filming and editing your vlogs might be a difficult task and you will need a lot of patience.
You need to invest in your filming device and set up before starting a vlog channel.
Since videos are larger, as compared to blogs, they take a longer time to get posted.

Which offers more money?

A blogger, on average, makes about 28,34,330 rupees whereas, a vlogger makes logger makes 38,97,204 rupees. However, this may vary from platform to platform and the amount of traffic generated.

If you are interested in writing and are not comfortable in front of the camera, you should choose to blog whereas, if you are not a pro in expressing your ideas through texts, you should try vlogging.