My name is Jeni Hott and I’m a professional blogger and internet entrepreneur.
I’ve been making money online since 1996, a professional blogger since 2005, a 6 figure blogger since 2007 and a 7 figure blogger since 2008. My automation strategies and techniques have allowed me make millions of dollars while working only 3 months at a time, and taking as much as a year off, while traveling the world and devoting time to family, friends and various humanitarian projects. What I really love doing though… is teaching others to have this type of joy and freedom by working online.
Get to know me…
You may have seen me speak, heard me interview on the radio, or know me from the movie “Living Dot Com” where I was featured as the first 7 figure blogger, and recognized for crossing 100 million visits back in 2013- giving a little more “clout” to the blogging industry. Overall, I’m known as “that blogger that makes a whole lotta money, while traveling the world and working once every 3 or 4 months.” While that may be true, I also take pride in being considered a pioneer of the blogging industry, a devoted entrepreneur, and above all… an advocate for countless humanitarian causes.
On a personal note… I love being a mother to my toddler son, London Hott. I’m a huge sushi buff and an absolute travel fanatic. I love talking about blogging, helping new bloggers get started and am happy to share my trade secrets in exchange for lattes.
In January, 2017, I lost my baby sister and beloved 11 year old niece to domestic violence. It has changed my world. This tragedy inspired me to do something beyond donations, bringing food to the homeless and sending shoes to children halfway across the world. I have decided to do something on a much bigger scale and am starting a project designed to encourage my fellow bloggers to incorporate charitable and humanitarian causes into their blogs. If you would like to learn more as this progresses, connect with me on social media or subscribe to my mailing list at the top of this site.
More about my blogging…
I’m a professional blogger known for my passive income blogging strategies. As of January 2013, I had well over 100 million visits to my most popular blog, which is also one of the most visited health sites on the web, according to the good people at Google. I have never paid for advertising of any kind and have always maintained a strong sense of ethics and contribution in my online entrepreneur efforts- principles that have served me well and have placed me in the top 1% of highest earning and most-read bloggers in the world. I now take great pride in sharing these principles and strategies with my fellow online entrepreneurs. Why? Simply because I enjoy helping others to design the life and lifestyle they have always wanted to have.
How I started blogging…
My story is an interesting one, and I hope it inspires you…
In 2006, I had moved to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico from the US. That year, I earned around $1,300… for the entire year. When I first started blogging, there was very little in the way of instruction guides for making money online, let alone on “how to make money blogging.” Back then, I would have given anything to have that available. I now count this as a blessing because I was forced to test, test, and test some more, ultimately developing my own strategies for what really works. Not only what works, but what brings in the money, ethically and with as little effort as possible. If you would like to hear the entire story, read on: How I started Blogging or watch this video: Jeni Hott – 7 Figure Blogging Tips.
Jeni Hott Bio Highlights:
Blogosphere name: Jeni Hott, aka brilliantjeni
- Considered to be the first 7 figure blogger in the world, bringing light to blogging in the business world.
- Recognized by Google as one of the most widely read bloggers on the web, with over 100 million visits and growing.
- Longtime collaborator with both Google America and Google Latin America on AdSense for testing and general insights.
- Successful 7 figure blogger, speaker, online entrepreneur and humanitarian.
- Known for humanitarian efforts and contribution through blogging and social media.
- Featured in Living Dot Com documentary, (Summer 2014.)