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”
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.
It does take time to start making money online.
Wow, your direct ad sales remind me of my income earlier in the year. By the way, what’s the offline business about?
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.
awesome! good luck with your new venture.
Inspiring post. This is real motivation for a novice blogger like me.
Congrats and good luck with your new venture!
Great revenue in this month!
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.
Comments are closed.