Online Income Report – June 2011

Here is a breakdown of my online income for June 2011.

Google Adsense – $244.82

Affiliate Income – $208

Brokered Ads – $56.52

Direct Ads- $2286.91

Kontera – $86.42

Ehow – $3.29

Total – $2885.96

June was a record month for online income.  This was the first time I made more than $2,000 in a month and I came very close to $3,000.  Things have slowed down quite a bit this month but I’ll still come close to making $2,000.  This level of ad sales isn’t sustainable but I have some ideas to bring in additional income that I will implement next month.  I also have a possible offline business opportunity that could provide a nice income.  If that opportunity comes through I’ll have less time to spend online but I should still be able to make some changes.  Making a full-time income online is looking very possible.

14 thoughts on “Online Income Report – June 2011”

  1. Your income report is inspiring. I really impressed that making money online is really possible. But it’s not a get-rich-quick scheme. It needs hard work and lots of our time before earning this kind of money.

    • Yeah, the direct ad sales really took off last month but they have already started to cool down and I’m not counting on making nearly as much from them on a consistent basis. That is why I’m trying to develop new income streams. I don’t want to reveal the offline business until it is actually started. My wife and I will be doing the business together and we’re close to getting our first client. When that happens I’ll post about it.

  2. Very impressive earnings. I assume you’re accounting for your income on a cash basis. But is your direct ad income a figure paid to you for one month’s worth of advertising or is that figure a prepayment for 12 months worth of advertising?

    • You are right that I’m accounting on a cash basis. I count the money as I receive it so if someone pays for a year I count it the month I get paid. This does make my income somewhat inconsistent but I have several advertisers paying every month and annual deals that renew in different months so I don’t think it throws it off too much. It is much easier for me to just report it when I get it so I’ll probably continue to do it that way.

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