November 2008 Blog Revenue Report
One year later and we have finally hit the 12th month in the “Blog Revenue Report” case study. As you may already know, ZacJohnnson.com is less than two years old, and only in December of 2007 did it start to generate any revenue. Before that, it was strictly a unique blog design, with no advertisements in place.
Now on its third redesign, and one year later of first generate revenue, I can only say that it has been a great success. Not only from a revenue standpoint, but from the sheer amount of emails and feedback I receive from readers on how much the blog has helped them make money online.
In October 2008, this blog generated $4,594.95 in income. Down from its previous high, but still above it’s average for the year. Here is the LAST revenue report for ZacJohnson.com, as the 12-month case study has come to a close.
NOVEMBER 2008 BLOG REVENUE REPORT:
– Affiliate Sales/Referrals: $2,134.44
– Private Ad Sales: $2,675.00
Total Revenue: $4,809.44
– No Costs
Total Costs: $0.00
Total Blog Income for October 2008: $4,809.44
Nothing too surprising about last months numbers, as they were right in line with the previous month. No additional advertising or hosting costs, since the blog is hosted on my own servers. It would only be fitting to say that December is looking to be the best month yet for this blog, so I will leave it at that and will continue to write occasional news and updates on the blog.
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