It’s been a long since I have posted my last blogging income report, and here I’m posting it again for the sake of new bloggers, who is looking forward for more ways to earn from blogging. More over, this also helps me to set a higher goal for upcoming-months.
Past few months have been lots of up’s an down’s for many of my blogs, as I’m learning many new things, and implementing it. One of the best thing which I did in last couple of months is, changed one of my micro-niche blog monetization from AdSense to Affiliate, and picking the right affiliate product increased my earning from that blog by 150%.
I will be sharing all about my learning, and experiences like always, but for now lets look at the blogging earning report for the month of July 2013. Do remember, I’m only adding report for payment I got from various networks last month. For AdSense, I’m sharing the total revenue generated in the month of July.
ShoutMeLoud Income report for July 2013:
AdSense earning was quite low last month, due to disabling of ad for one of my micro-niche blog (which later enabled), and still one of my blog (ShoutMeTech) is facing AdSense ban due to placement violation (Blah!).
Also check out: My AdSense earning report for 4 years
- Google AdSense: $358
- Skimlinks : $31.27
- Viglink: $42.71
- Elegant Themes: $83.50
- Dreamhost Affiliate program: $56.52
- Knownhost : $23.72
- Direct Ads: $945
- Other Affiliate program: $5340
- WordPress Services : $452
- Webhosting and domain business: $114
- Total: $7446.72
In last few months, I have stopped offering WordPress services for new clients, and only giving services to existing clients. I’m shifting to self serving model from service model, to ensure that I get better return for my time. Though, I will continue Free WordPress setup program and SEO consultancy, until few products which are in pipe-line are launched. Here is a screenshot of my PayPal account for the last month:
I will be sharing all the details, when I have something concrete to share. I hope this earning report will help you to find new ways to monetize your blog, and earn more from it. Also here are some of the top articles from last month:
Top Posts from July 2013:
- 6 crucial components for freelance writing: Nothing beats other than personal experience. This article is targeted for freelance writer, and written by Karol, who is a popular freelance writer.
- Stop making these silly blogging mistakes: Mistakes happen at every-point, and this guest post will ensure that you don’t end up making a silly boy face.
- 12 immortal ways for newbies to get Google traffic: This is one of the most popular post of the Amaan, and title says it all.
- How to build a trustable blog for long-run: This article will help you in improving the over all trust factor of your blog.
WordPress and design:
- WordPress.com Vs. WordPress.org: This article is for BlogSpot users or for newbies, who are trying to understand WordPress as a blogging platform.
- Codelight responsive WordPress theme review: One of our staff member decided to share the review of premium WordPress theme; he is using. Codeliight also impressed me as a theme, and you might like to take it for a test drive.
- 10 of the best free Tumblr Themes: A collection of 10 premium looking free Tumblr themes.
Make money online:
- Amazon India affiliate program: Amazon India is one of the best way to monetize your Indian traffic. Learn everything about Amazon India affiliate program, and additional tips to get started.
- Is Google AdSense scamming you? This is a discussion post by one of our guest author ( Johanna).
- Top 11 Instagram apps : If you are a power Instagram user, these list of useful apps will help you to do-more.
- Postplanner Facebook tool review: This is one Facebook tool I started using last month, and it helped me a lot to improve the engagement on ShoutMeLoud Fan page.
- Embedle – Twitter app to find conversation on a Web-page: Very interesting app for Twitter, which is available in the form of bookmarklet and browser add-ons.
- Free helpful SEO tools to run existing SEO campaign: Here you can discover some new free SEO tools.
- Bluehost Pro Vs. Bluehost Shared hosting : If you are an existing Bluehost customer, this article is for you.
- How to take website backup on Godaddy: This is a personal-experience post with Godaddy hosting for WordPress. I shared what problems I encountered, and what are the possible solutions.
Don’t forget to share your income report from online work for the last month? Which new monetization network or technique you used, and worked for you?
Subscribe to Download WordPress Guide Worth $99