This revenue report is 4 months late. I’m publishing it in April 2021.
Rather a lot has occurred. I’ve been busy with my portfolio. Nevertheless, I’m publishing it to take care of consistency.
I offered 7 websites in December 2020 and Jan. 2021.
I merged two websites (Website 6 into Website 9). Website 9 is a newish website I launched in June 2020 however by no means included it within the revenue experiences. It’s now my second most profitable website. It’s a keeper for now.
During the last 5 months I’ve examined a ton of software program instruments (KW analysis, content material optimization, website velocity software program and plugins, and so on.) and have ditched the usage of many plugins in effort to lean out my websites.
In March 2021 I began a brand new website on an expired area. That’ll be Website 10. It’s an experiment to see if beginning with an expired area speeds issues up. I’ll get to that within the March 2021 revenue report and as soon as it truly has site visitors and income will focus on additional.
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Fats Stacks NOT included in revenue experiences
This revenue report ONLY consists of income/bills from my numerous area of interest blogs. It does NOT embody income or bills from Fats Stacks. Fats Stacks is a special kind of website altogether. These experiences are merely to exhibit that numerous area of interest blogs is usually a good enterprise. It might be ludicrous to incorporate income from Fats Stacks because it’s the very website that publishes revenue experiences. It might state “right here’s my revenue report based mostly on revenue earned by publishing revenue experiences.” Doesn’t make sense to me.
eight 5 area of interest websites I personal
I didn’t get round to publishing this November 2020 revenue report till April 6, 2021. Throughout that delay, I offered 7 websites (in December 2020 and January 2021). I not have entry to the income for these websites so no income might be attributed to them. They earned roughly the identical as October.
All figures are in USD.
- Area of interest Website 1: $70,889
- Area of interest Website 2: SOLD
- Area of interest Website 3: $416
- Area of interest Website 4: SOLD
- Area of interest Website 5: SOLD
- Area of interest Website 6: MERGED INTO Website 9
- Area of interest Website 7: SOLD
- Area of interest Website 8 (Cyclebaron.com): $63
- Area of interest Website 9 : $1,676
- Area of interest Website 10: $157
Whole Income from 5 websites: $73,201 (Oct. income was: $76,389)
The lion’s share of income is from show advertisements.
Bills for all area of interest websites
I lump collectively all bills for all 8 area of interest websites as a result of it’s troublesome, impractical and unhelpful to spend the time allocating every expense to every website.
Whole bills for 8 area of interest websites: $10,105
Web Income: $63,096
Content material funding: $7,935
Content material sources embody WriterAccess and in-house writers.
Web revenue after content material funding: $55,161
I clarify right here why I extract content material prices from bills.
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Because the lion’s share of income is from AdThrive, I’ll simply embody an AdThrive screenshot. Further income sources embody EX.co, Amazon and some different tiny income streams.
Click on right here to be taught extra about every area of interest website featured in my revenue experiences.
Jon runs the place round right here. He pontificates about launching and rising on-line publishing companies, aka blogs that make a couple of dollars. His delight and pleasure is the e-mail e-newsletter he publishes.
Hyperbole? Possibly, however go test it out to see what some readers say.
In all seriousness, Jon is the founder and proprietor of a digital media firm that publishes quite a lot of net properties visited and beloved by thousands and thousands of readers month-to-month. Fatstacks is the place he shares a glimpse into his digital publishing enterprise.